Mr
Boris BARBOUR
Research Director
Chercheur
ED158 - 3C
23-03-2016
18-04-2014
22-09-2017
Available to host a PhD student
Learning, plasticity and network dynamics in the cerebellum

Team

Boris BARBOUR
Our group aims to understand the operation and function of one particular brain region, the cerebellum, basing our research upon a multidisciplinary characterization of the neural networks it...

Biography/CV

Academic career

1984 – 1987: Degree

BSc (Honours) First Class in Basic Medical Sciences with Physiology

Guys Hospital Medical School, London

1987 – 1991: PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Physiology

University College London

‘Properties of electrogenic glutamate uptake in salamander retinal glia’

Supervisor : David Attwell

1991 – 1996: Post-doc

Laboratoire de Neurobiologie (CNRS UMR 8544),

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

Director: Philippe Ascher

1996 – 2007: CNRS position

Laboratoire de Neurobiologie (CNRS UMR 8544),

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris

Directors: Philippe Ascher, Anne Feltz, Jacques Neyton

Currently Leader of the ‘Cerebellum group’

Chairman of Neuroscience Section

Institut de Biologie de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure (IBENS), Paris

1992 – 1998 : Degree by correspondance

BSc (Honours) First Class

Mathematics

Open University, UK

Dispensé d'HDR.

Publications

- 25 articles

- 4 reviews.

Editorial boards

- Journal of Neurophysiology

- Nature Scientific Reports

Reviewing activity

Nature Neuroscience, Neuron, Journal of Neuroscience, Journal of Physiology, Journal of Neurophysiology.

Teaching

Course organiser for M1 module "From neurone to network"

Lecturer in other Masters level courses in Paris

Coorganiser of ENP Spring School "Optical Imaging and Electrophysiological Recording in Neuroscience" ;

also lecturer and instructor

Lecturer and instructor at "Microelectrode Techniques for Cell Physiology" course in Plymouth, UK.

Author of "Electronics for Electrophysiologists" manual

http://www.biologie.ens.fr/~barbour/electronics_for_electrophysiologists...