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Ines Barreiros

DPhil Student

I'm a Neuroscience PhD student, enrolled in the 4-year Interdisciplinary Bioscience Doctoral Training Partnership, part of the Doctoral Training Centre, University of Oxford, and supported by the BBSRC. On my PhD project, I am investigating the representation of cognitive maps in the brain, under the supervision of Dr Mark Walton and Prof Tim Behrens.

Previously, I worked as Research Assistant & Lab Manager with Dr Michael Kohl (Oxford) on a project that aims to understand the role of interneurons on the neural coding strategies employed to represent sensory information. Before moving to Oxford, I obtained a BSc in Genetics and Biotechnology from the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro and a postgraduation in Neurobiology through the 2-years MSc in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Coimbra.

Recent publications

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Science Communication Publications:

Helping Alzheimer's research through Online GamingScience Innovation Union, online September 2018

Navigating through cognitive map research at the 2018 Grid Cell MeetingBritish Neuroscience Association Bulletin, Issue 83, 2018

Collaborative Troubleshooting with the NeuroMethods Slack Group. British Neuroscience Association Bulletin, Issue 83, 2018

Tackling Reproducibility: Antibody Review Databases. Phenotype. Issue 30 - Trinity Term, 2018

'Native Scientist': science outreach session in your native language, British Neuroscience Association Bulletin, Issue 76, 2016

Encoding information in neural circuits, Phenotype Journal, Neuroscience Supplement to Issue 23, 2016