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Slide 1: Optimal routing to cerebellum-like structures, Samuel Muscinelli et al, Nature Neuroscience, 26, pgs 1630–1641
Slide 2: Neuroscience Cloud Analysis As a Service: An open-source platform for scalable, reproducible data analysis. Taiga Abe et al, Neuron, 110(17), 2771-2789.
Slide 3: A distributed neural code in the dentate gyrus and in CA1, Fabio Stefanini et al, Neuron, 107(4), 703-716
Mechanisms underlying reshuffling of visual responses by optogenetic stimulation in mice and monkeys, *Sanzeni A, *Palmigiano A, *Nguyen TH, Luo J, Nassi JJ, Reynolds JH, Histed MH, +Miller KD, +Brunel N (*,+: authors contributed equally), Neuron. October 2023
Optimal routing to cerebellum-like structures, Muscinelli S, Wagner MJ, Litwin-Kumar A, Nature Neuroscience. August 2023
A mechanism for differential control of axonal and dendritic spiking underlying learning in a cerebellum-like circuit, Muller SZ, Abbott LF, Sawtell NS, Current Biology. June 2023
Neuroscience Cloud Analysis As a Service: An open-source platform for scalable, reproducible data analysis, Abe T, Kinsella I, Saxena S, Buchanan EK, Couto J, Briggs J, Kitt SL, Glassman R, Zhou J, Paninski LM, Cunningham JP. Neuron. July 2022
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