Sensory Perception Group

Research group leader

Research focuses

  • Sensory perception and attention
  • Unimodal and multimodal sensory processing
  • Sensory-motor transformations
  • Neuronal plasticity and learning of goal directed behaviour


  • In-vivo two-photon calcium imaging
  • In-vivo two-photon assisted patch-clamp electrophysiology
  • Circuit directed optogenetic manipulations

Short description

The cognitive process of attention and sensory perception is vital for our everyday interaction with the surrounding environment. We strive to understand the local cortical circuit dynamics that underlie these processes, using a combination of electrophysiological and imaging approaches at the single cell and population level.


Further information

Research group's website