Patrick Jendritza

Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI)
for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society 
Deutschordenstr. 46
60528 Frankfurt am Main


Research Statement

What is the relationship between interareal synchronization and information processing in the brain and what are the consequences for perception? In order to shed light on these questions, I study the brain of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus). By employing large-scale electrophysiology and optogenetics, I am investigating the causal role of brain oscillations in the visual system. Additionally, I am developing new methods that combine large scale surface recordings with laminar neuronal activity.

Publication List

Ni, J., Lewis, C., Wunderle, T., Jendritza, P., Diester, I., & Fries, P. (2017). Gamma-Band Resonance Of Visual Cortex To Optogenetic Stimulation. bioRxiv, 135467.

Caruso, L., Wunderle, T., Lewis, C. M., Valadeiro, J., Trauchessec, V., Rosillo, J. T., ... & Cardoso, S. (2017). In vivo magnetic recording of neuronal activity. Neuron, 95(6), 1283-1291.

Treviño, M., Oviedo, T., Jendritza, P., Li, S. B., Köhr, G., & De Marco, R. J. (2013). Controlled variations in stimulus similarity during learning determine visual discrimination capacity in freely moving mice. Scientific reports, 3, 1048.

Punnakkal, P., Jendritza, P., & Köhr, G. (2012). Influence of the intracellular GluN2 C-terminal domain on NMDA receptor function. Neuropharmacology, 62(5-6), 1985-1992.

Treviño, M., Aguilar-Garnica, E., Jendritza, P., Li, S. B., Oviedo, T., Köhr, G., & De Marco, R. J. (2011). Discrimination learning with variable stimulus' salience'. International archives of medicine, 4(1), 26.