The Neural Networks and Microcircuits Research Group performs basic and translational research within the area of neuroscience:
The Lundervold lab has a focus on pattern recognition in structural and functional biomedical magnetic resonance images (MRI) and its application in clinical neurology and neurobiological research.
The Retinal Microcircuits Laboratory, led by Meg Veruki and Espen Hartveit has a focus on the synaptic and cellular mechanisms of visual processing in neural microcircuits in the mammalian retina.
Figure: Reconstructions of a synaptically coupled AII amacrine cell and rod bipolar cell from the mammalian retina. Zandt et al., (2017) Brain Struct Funct 222:151-182