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The James S McDonnell Foundation has granted OHBA an award to lead collaborative network of five world-leading groups interested in getting to the bottom of how oscillations contribute to neuronal computation to support perception and cognition. The group leaders include Kia Nobre (OHBA), Ole Jensen (Donders), Sabine Kastner (Princeton), Bob Knight (Berkeley), and Charlie Schroeder (Columbia and NKI). Research fellows in the collaboration so far are Nick Myers (OHBA, co-applicant), Anne Martin (Princeton), and Anna Jafarpour (Berkeley). The groups will bring together their various theoretical and methodological approaches and experimentation at multiple levels of organization to derive principles about the mechanisms and functional contributions of oscillations.

Ohba to lead jsmf collaborative network on oscillations