Systems Biology of Neural Circuits and Behaviors
Our research is aiming to the system level understanding of the neural information processing between environmental ques and animal behaviors by using whole-brain imaging and mathematical modeling.
2022/10/14: Our paper entitled “Different modes of stimuli delivery elicit changes in glutamate driven, experience-dependent interneuron response in C. elegans“ has been published in Neuroscience Research.
2022/10/01: Research proposal by Mikami team (Toyoshima joined as a collaborator) was accepted as a project in CREST “Bio-DX“.
2022/06/30: Our student Kuze (M2) and Tazawa (B4) presented their research results at Neuro2022@Okinawa.
2022/06/24: Our student Matsumoto-san (D2) presented her research results at CeNeuro2022＠Vienna.
2022/04/01: Our research proposal was accepted as a publicly offered research in “Information physics of living matters“.
2022/01/16: Interview with Associate Professor Toyoshima appeared on the University of Tokyo Newspaper website (in Japanese).
2021/11/18: Associate Professor Toyoshima was selected as The University of Tokyo Excellent Young Researcher 2021 (in Japanese).
2021/10/18: Our paper entitled “Probabilistic generative modeling and reinforcement learning extract the intrinsic features of animal behavior” has been published in Neural networks.
2021/08/01: Our lab website is now open!