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The connectome and website are created by a team of creative professionals who each contribute unique  knowledge and skills to this project.

Natalie Cappaert

Natalie Cappaert, Ph.D., is a renowned neurophysiologist at the University of Amsterdam. Expert in both anatomy and physiology, Dr. Cappaert's work on the hippocampal connectome has provided unparalleled insights into its neural circuitry. Her work includes in vitro voltage sensitive dye imaging and extracellular recordings, graph analysis, computational networks and connectomics.

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Niels van Strien

Niels van Strien, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist at the University of Amsterdam. His best known work is on the hippocampal connectome featured on this webpage. Dr. van Strien's is currently working on improving the connectome by incorporating a nomenclature dictionary, allowing for easier aggregation of connectivity data.

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Menno Witter

Menno Witter, Ph.D., is a distinguished neuroscientist specializing in the structure and function of the hippocampal-entorhinal system. An emeritus professor at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, Dr. Witter's pioneering research in memory formation and spatial navigation has significantly advanced our understanding of neural circuits, yielding impactful publications and international recognition.

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Jaap Murre

Jaap Murre, Ph.D., is an esteemed cognitive neuroscientist and professor at the University of Amsterdam since 1995. Renowned for his contributions to memory consolidation theory, Dr. Murre's research combines computational modeling, neuroimaging and connectomics to elucidate cognitive processes and brain network dynamics, enhancing our knowledge of learning and memory.

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