Diego Mendoza-Halliday, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2007- Physiology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
 2014- McGovern Institute for Brain Research Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Neuroscience, Visual Systems, Neurophysiology
Website:
http://desimonelab.org/members/
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Parents

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Julio Martinez-Trujillo grad student 2007- McGill
Avi Chaudhuri grad student 2004-2007 McGill
Robert Desimone post-doc McGill

Collaborators

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Frederico Augusto Casarsa de Azevedo collaborator
Andre Bastos collaborator
Guoping Feng collaborator
Xin Gong collaborator
Santiago Torres collaborator
Haoran Xu collaborator
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Mendoza-Halliday D, Martinez-Trujillo JC. (2017) Neuronal population coding of perceived and memorized visual features in the lateral prefrontal cortex. Nature Communications. 8: 15471
Leavitt ML, Mendoza-Halliday D, Martinez-Trujillo JC. (2017) Sustained Activity Encoding Working Memories: Not Fully Distributed. Trends in Neurosciences
Mendoza-Halliday D, Torres S, Martinez-Trujillo JC. (2014) Sharp emergence of feature-selective sustained activity along the dorsal visual pathway. Nature Neuroscience. 17: 1255-62
Malek N, Mendoza-Halliday D, Martinez-Trujillo J. (2012) Binocular rivalry of spiral and linear moving random dot patterns in human observers. Journal of Vision. 12: 16
Mendoza D, Schneiderman M, Kaul C, et al. (2011) Combined effects of feature-based working memory and feature-based attention on the perception of visual motion direction Journal of Vision. 11
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