Using the BSB, the modelling team of Pavia has modelled the intricate geometry of the cerebellar cortex and simulated its electrical dynamics. The model has been used to investigate pathologies and fundamental properties of single cells operating in the network, spanning all the way down to subcellular perturbations of biological mechanisms and up to the network level. This has allowed to successfully address short- and long-term plasticity changes and to generate models with a higher level of abstraction, including spiking neural networks and mean field models. These, once integrated into The Virtual Brain, are allowing to investigate the causal relationship between elementary causes and ensemble signals of clinical relevance, such as BOLD and LFP. Furthermore, the tool is being used for student training, to provide practical experience with coding, modelling, simulations and result analysis.