Sahil Moza, PhD

EBRAINS, Human Brain Project
SciLife Lab, KTH Stockholm
Solna, Sweden
sahil.moza AT gmail.com

moza@kth.se

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I am a computational neuroscientist, currently working for the Human Brain Project at KTH, Stockholm. I am interested in understanding how neural syntax is structured and transformed between different hierarchical levels in the brain. During my PhD at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bengaluru, I worked on the neuronal and molecular levels.

At the neuronal level, we showed that a precise EI balance exists in the brain, where random presynaptic inputs are balanced at fast (\(\lt \tau_m\)) timescales. Moreover, precise EI balance in a feedforward EI network naturally leads to a subthreshold gain control computation .

At the molecular level, I looked at all possible small bistable chemical reaction networks. These can work as biological flip-flops and store 1 bit of chemical memory at chemical synapses. Here we showed that certain patterns of chemical networks can be very robust to memory erasure due to different kinds of perturbations.

news

Jan 13, 2021 New website up and running :smiley:!
Jan 2, 2021 Resetting old website to a swanky new one :sparkles:!

selected publications

  1. Bhatia, Aanchal, Moza, Sahil, and Bhalla, Upinder Singh
    Elife , eLife Sciences Publications Limited (2019)
  2. Moza, Sahil, and Bhalla, Upinder S
    BioRxiv , Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (2020)
  3. HarshaRani, GV, Moza, Sahil, Ramakrishnan, Naren, and Bhalla, Upinder S
    Bionformatics , Oxford University Press (2021)