Mark M. Churchland

Affiliations: 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
Motor Cortex
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Parents

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Stephen G. Lisberger grad student 2001 UCSF
 (Reconstructing visual speed: Behavior, perception, models, and the neural basis of an illusion of increased speed.)
Krishna V. Shenoy post-doc 2001-2011 Stanford

Children

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Abigail A Russo grad student 2013-
Francisco Sacadura grad student 2021- Columbia
Karen E. Schroeder post-doc Columbia
Cory R. Hussar post-doc 2012- Columbia

Collaborators

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Brian D. DePasquale collaborator
Matthew T. Kaufman collaborator 2006- Stanford
David Ferster collaborator 2010- Northwestern
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Saxena S, Russo AA, Cunningham J, et al. (2022) Motor cortex activity across movement speeds is predicted by network-level strategies for generating muscle activity. Elife. 11
Schroeder KE, Perkins SM, Wang Q, et al. (2021) Cortical control of virtual self-motion using task-specific subspaces. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Zimnik AJ, Churchland MM. (2021) Independent generation of sequence elements by motor cortex. Nature Neuroscience. 24: 412-424
Russo AA, Khajeh R, Bittner SR, et al. (2020) Neural Trajectories in the Supplementary Motor Area and Motor Cortex Exhibit Distinct Geometries, Compatible with Different Classes of Computation. Neuron
Albert ST, Hadjiosif AM, Jang J, et al. (2020) Postural control of arm and fingers through integration of movement commands. Elife. 9
Albert ST, Hadjiosif AM, Jang J, et al. (2020) Author response: Postural control of arm and fingers through integration of movement commands Elife
Ames KC, Churchland MM. (2019) Motor cortex signals for each arm are mixed across hemispheres and neurons yet partitioned within the population response. Elife. 8
Zimnik AJ, Lara AH, Churchland MM. (2019) Perturbation of macaque supplementary motor area produces context-independent changes in the probability of movement initiation. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Lara AH, Elsayed GF, Zimnik AJ, et al. (2018) Conservation of preparatory neural events in monkey motor cortex regardless of how movement is initiated. Elife. 7
Lara AH, Cunningham JP, Churchland MM. (2018) Different population dynamics in the supplementary motor area and motor cortex during reaching. Nature Communications. 9: 2754
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