Mathematical and Simulation Modeling in Neuroscience

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The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (RIDC NeuroMat) hosts the workshop "Mathematical and Simulation Modeling in Neuroscience," to be held on November 13 and 14, in São Paulo. This event has the support of the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) and the University of São Paulo Institute of Mathematics and Statistics (IME/USP).

Anticipated Synchronization and Zero-Lag Phases in Population Neural Models

Germán César Dima, Mauro Copelli and Gabriel Bernardo Mindlin

Discrete One-Dimensional Coverage Process on a Renewal Process

Sandro Gallo and Nancy L. Garcia

Comic books are making strides in higher education

This month on G1 website, a Brazilian news portal maintained by the Globo Group, reported that comic books are making strides in higher education. The subject is a research theme of professors from the University of Fortaleza (Unifor). In this context, RIDC NeuroMat comic book called "The Arms of Nildo and Ron" was a highlight case. It is about a comic book that guides patients with traumatic injury to the brachial plexus, a set of nerves responsible for communication between the brain and upper limbs. The story recounts the encounter of a "motoboy", Nildo, who had a motorcycle accident, and a doctor, Rony, who was shot in an armed robbery. Both of them damage the brachial plexus and have partial loss of arm movements. HQ was produced with the aim of informing patients and relatives about this type of injury, which leaves sequels even after surgery. Portal G1, 28/09/2018. (In Portuguese.)

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