Aman B. Saleem

Affiliations: 
2004-2009 Computational Neuroscience Imperial College London, London, England, United Kingdom 
 2010- Institute of Behavioural Neuroscience University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Neurophysiology, Vision, HIppocampus
Website:
http://www.ibn.ucl.ac.uk/saleem-lab
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Wheatcroft T, Saleem AB, Solomon SG. (2022) Functional Organisation of the Mouse Superior Colliculus. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 16: 792959
Muzzu T, Saleem AB. (2022) Feature selectivity can explain mismatch signals in mouse visual cortex. Cell Reports. 38: 110413
Papanikolaou A, Rodrigues FR, Holeniewska J, et al. (2022) Plasticity in visual cortex is disrupted in a mouse model of tauopathy. Communications Biology. 5: 77
Muzzu T, Saleem AB. (2021) Feature selectivity can explain mismatch signals in mouse visual cortex. Cell Reports. 37: 109772
Williams B, Del Rosario J, Muzzu T, et al. (2021) Spatial modulation of dark versus bright stimulus responses in the mouse visual system. Current Biology : Cb
Morimoto MM, Uchishiba E, Saleem AB. (2021) Organization of feedback projections to mouse primary visual cortex. Iscience. 24: 102450
Lopes G, Farrell K, Horrocks EAB, et al. (2021) Creating and controlling visual environments using BonVision. Elife. 10
Diamanti EM, Reddy CB, Schröder S, et al. (2021) Spatial modulation of visual responses arises in cortex with active navigation. Elife. 10
Fournier J, Saleem AB, Diamanti EM, et al. (2020) Mouse Visual Cortex Is Modulated by Distance Traveled and by Theta Oscillations. Current Biology : Cb
Saleem AB. (2020) Two stream hypothesis of visual processing for navigation in mouse. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 64: 70-78
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