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Eyal Seidemann

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University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
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http://www.utexas.edu/neuroscience/Neurobiology/EyalSeidemann/index.html
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Ryan T. Ash research assistant 2006-2007 UT Austin
Matthew P. Whitmire grad student UT Austin
Charles A. Michelson grad student 2003- UT Austin
Pin Kwang Tan grad student 2021- UT Austin
Chris R. Palmer grad student 2009 UT Austin
William Bosking post-doc 2006- UT Austin
Giacomo Benvenuti post-doc 2015- UT Austin
Satwant Kumar post-doc 2018- UT Austin
Melchi M. Michel post-doc 2011-2012 University of Texas
neda Shahidi research scientist 2009-2010 UT Austin
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Trautmann EM, O'Shea DJ, Sun X, et al. (2021) Dendritic calcium signals in rhesus macaque motor cortex drive an optical brain-computer interface. Nature Communications. 12: 3689
Bai Y, Chen S, Chen Y, et al. (2021) Similar masking effects of natural backgrounds on detection performances in humans, macaques, and macaque-V1 population responses. Journal of Neurophysiology
Tremblay S, Acker L, Afraz A, et al. (2020) An Open Resource for Non-human Primate Optogenetics. Neuron
Li B, Routh BN, Johnston D, et al. (2020) Voltage-Gated Intrinsic Conductances Shape the Input-Output Relationship of Cortical Neurons in Behaving Primate V1. Neuron
Mehta P, Kreeger L, Wylie DC, et al. (2019) Functional Access to Neuron Subclasses in Rodent and Primate Forebrain. Cell Reports. 26: 2818-2832.e8
Benvenuti G, Chen Y, Ramakrishnan C, et al. (2018) Scale-Invariant Visual Capabilities Explained by Topographic Representations of Luminance and Texture in Primate V1. Neuron. 100: 1533
Benvenuti G, Chen Y, Ramakrishnan C, et al. (2018) Scale-Invariant Visual Capabilities Explained by Topographic Representations of Luminance and Texture in Primate V1. Neuron
Michel MM, Chen Y, Seidemann E, et al. (2018) Nonlinear Lateral Interactions in V1 Population Responses Explained by a Contrast Gain Control Model. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Seidemann E, Geisler WS. (2018) Linking V1 Activity to Behavior. Annual Review of Vision Science
Seidemann E, Chen Y, Bai Y, et al. (2016) Calcium imaging with genetically encoded indicators in behaving primates. Elife. 5
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