System neuroscience; Balanced networks in the spinal cord; Multifunctionalism in neuronal networks; Network dynamics; The head-direction system; Motor behaviors.
Berkeley course in mining and modeling of neuroscience data 2015. Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, UC Berkeley, California USA. July 6-17 2015. crcns.org/course
Advanced Course in Computational Neuroscience: ACCN 2014. Frankfurt, Germany August 3-30 2014. 4 weeks course in computational methods and theoretical neuroscience. uni-frankfurt.de/de/accn/
NYU Neuroscience group meeting. “Theta perturbation reveals phase-space coordination of hippocampal cell assemblies”.
New York University, September 18, 2019.
SEU-Allen Workshop 2019. “Communication tools for data sharing in neuroscience – Database for electrophysiological
recordings in freely moving rodents”. Nanjing, China. September 9, 2019.
Fruit Fly Brain Hackathon 2018. “Database for electrophysiological recordings in freely moving rodents”. Columbia
University, USA. March 14, 2018.
- The Brain Prize meeting 2013. Enlightening Neuroconnectivity. “Balanced excitation and inhibition underlies rhythmic motor activity in the spinal cord”. Hindsgavl Castle, Middelfart, Denmark. October 21-23, 2013.
- Sandbjerg Symposium 2012. Danish Society for Neuroscience. ”Balanced excitation and inhibition during functional motor activity in the spinal cord”. Sønderborg, Denmark. May 6-8, 2012.
2015: Ph.D. from University of Copenhagen
- Rune Berg’s laboratory at the Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology
“Neuronal Population dynamics and Multifunctionalism in the Central Nervous System”. Techniques: electrophysiology, multiunit recordings, spike sorting.
- György Buzsáki’s laboratory at New York University (6 months, 2012-2013)
Study: The Head-direction system in thalamus during different brain states. In collaboration with Dr. Adrien Peyrache. Techniques: in vivo electrophysiology, optogenetics, high-density single-unit recordings, spike sorting.
2010: Master of Science in Engineering Physics: Technical University of Denmark
- Focus on Biophysics and Neuroscience
Selected Courses: Computational Neuroscience, Neurophysics, Cellular Biophysics, Introduction to Cognitive Psychology, Introduction to Systems Biology.
- Thesis in Neuroscience
“Neuronal Population Coding during Functional Motor Activity – A Multiunit Study in the Spinal Cord”. Supervisors: Jakob Kisbye Dreyer & Kirstine Berg Sørensen.
- Study abroad at University of Maryland in Washington D.C. (6 months, 2007)
Courses: Neurobiology Laboratory, Introduction to Neuroscience, Introduction to Cognitive Science.