Video recording from Terje Lømo’s March 3rd lecture on Long Term Potentiation is out on YouTube

“Long term potentiation (LTP): Essential in forming interconnected assemblies of  engram cells for learning and memory.”

About Lømo’s landmark discovery and first description of long term potentiation (LTP) in 1966 and 1973, and the wide range of research that has followed from it. LTP is one of the most important discoveries is modern neuroscience, providing a leading model of learning and memory in the brain, and the best example of Hebb’s rule: “Cells that fire together wire together.”

00.00 – Johan Storm, UiO: Welcome
00.05 – Jens-Petter Berg, Research Dean, The Medical Faculty, UiO: Introduction
00.10 – Edvard Moser, NTNU: On the importance of Terje Lømo’s research
00.15 – Terje Lømo’s lecture

Terje Lømo’s lecture was held Thursday, March 3rd, at 12.00-13.15 in Runde Auditorium, Domus Medica, University of Oslo

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