Kamran Diba

Person Type: 
Core Faculty
Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience
Computational Neuroscience

Associate Professor, Anesthesiology

The Diba Lab is interested in the role that neuronal firing patterns play in the encoding, storage, transfer and retrieval of information by the brain. To study this question, we focus on in-vivo extracellular recordings and computational analyses of spike trains from tens to hundreds of neurons from the hippocampus and cortex during activity and sleep, combined with optogenetic and chemogenetic manipulations.