Henrik is a computational neuroscientist working at the interface between models of cortical dynamics and analysis of experimentally recorded data. His current project is focused on the ability of auditory cortex to extract meaningful sounds from background noise.
Before joining the lab he was a postdoc with Assoc. Prof. Rune Berg at the University of Copenhagen and Prof. Anders Lansner at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm where he worked on sequence generation in spiking network models.
He recieved his PhD at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences working with Prof. Gaute Einevoll on modeling local field potentials and how they relate to cortical activity.
Henrik joined the lab in April 2016 and is based at the Department of Neuroscience and Pharamcology at the University of Copenhagen.
Personal webpage: https://lindenh.wordpress.com.