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The review we wrote with Dr Kristen Severi about the cellular organisation of supraspinal circuits is already available online!
Share link providing free access until May 10, 2019: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1Ym208nMlta80e
Congratulations to Asaph who was recently awarded a prestigious BBSRC Discovery Fellowship. It is all the more impressive because this is the first Discovery Fellowship ever awarded to any UCL researcher!
The award will allow Asaph to combine cellular resolution whole-brain functional imaging in larval zebrafish and modern machine learning techniques, to study how the brain transforms visual input to behaviour.
We’re all extremely proud of Pedro who by all accounts nailed his viva today [err, actually yesterday - ed]! First Bianco lab PhD… Celebrations much deserved!
The Bianco lab are pleased to welcome Kristie, Nicole and Adam (from left to right), who will be doing their research projects with us this year.
The Bianco lab are really excited to be part of a consortium that has been awarded funding from the EC Horizon 2020 ITN scheme. Our ZENITH (ZEbrafish Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Training Hub) programme will be training 15 graduate students in interdisciplinary systems neuroscience projects investigating sensorimotor processing using larval zebrafish.
Congratulations to everyone in the consortium and especially Claire Wyart and Alexandra Chukas for coordinating it all.
Congratulations to Pedro, who handed in his PhD thesis today!
Charlie returns to start his PhD project in the lab.
Joanna attends FENS 2018
Welcome to Charlie, a Wellcome Trust 4 Yr PhD student who is rotating in the lab. And also Happy Birthday to Megan!
The Bianco lab are pleased to welcome two new project students for 2017-18: Holly (MSc) and Dammy (MSci).
The Nvidia Corporation have generously given a hardware grant to the Bianco Lab.
Pictured right is Asaph with the Titan Xp (the world's most powerful grahics card), which we will be using for training Artificial Neural Networks to glean insights into sensorimotor processing.
Welcome to Asaph Zylbertal who has just joined the Bianco lab.
New Bianco lab member!
Poster prize for Joanna
Paride Antinucci has joined the Bianco lab and been awarded a prestigious Sir Henry Wellcome Fellowship!
Joanna's image of reticulospinal cells won the People’s Prize in this year's competition!
(but failed to bring back any pasteis de nata)
Joanna was awarded a travel grant to attend the Champalimaud Neuroscience Symposium in September 2016.