Tycho  Hoogland

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Dr. Tycho Hoogland (T.M.)

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • Erasmus MC

Research Interests

  1. What is the role of the olivo-cerebellar circuit in ongoing behavior?
  2. How do the cerebellum and cerebral cortex interact in to fine-tune adapative behavior?
  3. What happens in the cerebellum during sleep?
  4. What tools can be developed to allow us to investigate these questions?

Honors & Awards

Grants

2018

LSH-TKI Grant

2016

KNAW Research Fund Grant

2015

NWO-ALW Open Grant

Publications

1. Neurons of the inferior olive respond to broad classes of sensory input while subject to homeostatic control

Ju C, Bosman LW, Hoogland TM, Velauthapillai A, Murugesan P, Warnaar P, Negrello M, De Zeeuw CI
in 2018

2. Potentiation of cerebellar Purkinje cells facilitates whisker reflex adaptation through increased simple spike activity

Romano V, De Propris L, Bosman LW, Warnaar P, ten Brinke MM, Lindeman S, Ju C, Velauthapillai A, Spanke J, Guerra EM, Hoogland TM, Negrello M, D'Angelo E, De Zeeuw CI
in 2018

3. Editorial: The role of glia in plasticity and behavior.

Hoogland TM, Parpura V
in Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 2015

4. Reappraisal of Bergmann glial cells as modulators of cerebellar circuit function.

in Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 2015

5. Role of Synchronous Activation of Cerebellar Purkinje Cell Ensembles in Multi-joint Movement Control.

Hoogland TM, De Gruijl JR, Witter L, Canto CB, De Zeeuw CI
in Current biology : CB 2015

6. Behavioral correlates of complex spike synchrony in cerebellar microzones.

De Gruijl JR, Hoogland TM, De Zeeuw CI
in The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2014

7. Strength and timing of motor responses mediated by rebound firing in the cerebellar nuclei after Purkinje cell activation

Witter L, Canto CB, Hoogland TM, de Gruijl JR, De Zeeuw CI
in Front Neural Circuits 2013

8. A Cre-dependent GCaMP3 reporter mouse for neuronal imaging in vivo.

Zariwala HA, Borghuis BG, Hoogland TM, Madisen L, Tian L, De Zeeuw CI, Zeng H, Looger LL, Svoboda K, Chen TW.
in J Neurosci 2012

9. Widespread State-Dependent Shifts in Cerebellar Activity in Locomoting Mice

Ozden I, Dombeck DA, Hoogland TM, Tank DW, Wang SS
in PLoS One 2012

10. Anomalous diffusion imposed by dendritic spines (Commentary on Santamaria et al.).

in The European journal of neuroscience 2011
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