Patrick Jendritza

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

patrick.jendritza(at)esi-frankfurt.de 

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.