The cerebellum has a remarkably uniform structure, but shows highly diverse connectivity. In this lecture, I review cerebellar organization from gross anatomical divisions, to lobular and sub-lobular organization, to cell types and circuitry. I then describe cerebellar function, focussing on classical studies of the cerebellum and the models of cerebellar function these studies gave rise to, but also discuss recent evidence regarding cerebellar cognition.

Feb 3, 2021 4:00 PM
University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom
Caroline Nettekoven
Caroline Nettekoven
Postdoctoral Researcher

I am interested in the neural basis of complex behaviour. To study this, I use neuroimaging techniques, computational modelling of behaviour and brain stimulation.