September 16, 2021
“Spatial Cognition in the Brain” is an advanced graduate neuroscience course taught at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary on January 17-18, 2019 by Zoltan Nadasdy, PhD, Neuro Research Scientist with HCA Research Institute. Dr. Nadasdy lectured on the importance of grid cells and spatial navigation and the relevance of these findings on human spatial cognition. Dr. Nadasday’s research is fundamental because while much of the professional research literature is replete with rodent studies, Dr. Nadasdy’s research work is based on clinical human data.
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