William de Cothi



About
PhD student at the Institute of Behavioural Neuroscience, University College London.
Based in the Spatial Cognition Group, supervised by Hugo Spiers and Ricardo Silva.
During the course of my PhD I hope to use recent advances in machine learning, virtual reality, neuroimaging and extracellular recordings to study the brain and behaviour in relation to navigational systems.
Here is my twitter, F1000, Google Scholar, ResearchGate and CV.


Education
MSci Mathematics,
MRes Mathematical Biology.


Contact
william.cothi.15{at}ucl.ac.uk

Room 511,
26 Bedford Way,
WC1H 0AP.


Publications

de Cothi, W., & Spiers, H. J. (2017). Spatial Cognition: Goal-Vector Cells in the Bat Hippocampus. Current Biology, 27(6), R239-R241.

Spiers, H. J., de Cothi, W., & Bendor, D. (2017). Manipulating Hippocampus-Dependent Memories: To Enhance, Delete or Incept?. In The Hippocampus from Cells to Systems (pp. 123-137). Springer International Publishing.