Jan Zimmermann, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2014-2019 Center for Neural Science New York University, New York, NY, United States 
 2019- Department of Neuroscience University of Minnesota - Minneapolis 
Area:
Neural Coding, High field MRI, Neuroeconomics
Website:
www.zimmermannlab.com
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Manea AMG, Zilverstand A, Ugurbil K, et al. (2022) Intrinsic timescales as an organizational principle of neural processing across the whole rhesus macaque brain. Elife. 11
Hayden BY, Park HS, Zimmermann J. (2021) Automated pose estimation in primates. American Journal of Primatology. e23348
Maisson DJ, Cash-Padgett TV, Wang MZ, et al. (2021) Choice-relevant information transformation along a ventrodorsal axis in the medial prefrontal cortex. Nature Communications. 12: 4830
Voloh B, Knoebl R, Hayden BY, et al. (2021) Oscillations as a window into neuronal mechanisms underlying dorsal anterior cingulate cortex function. International Review of Neurobiology. 158: 311-335
Lagore RL, Moeller S, Zimmermann J, et al. (2021) An 8-dipole transceive and 24-loop receive array for non-human primate head imaging at 10.5 T. Nmr in Biomedicine. e4472
Bala PC, Eisenreich BR, Yoo SBM, et al. (2020) Automated markerless pose estimation in freely moving macaques with OpenMonkeyStudio. Nature Communications. 11: 4560
Yacoub E, Grier MD, Auerbach EJ, et al. (2020) Ultra-high field (10.5 T) resting state fMRI in the macaque. Neuroimage. 117349
Grier MD, Zimmermann J, Heilbronner SR. (2020) Estimating Brain Connectivity With Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Promise and Peril. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Steverson K, Chung HK, Zimmermann J, et al. (2019) Sensitivity of reaction time to the magnitude of rewards reveals the cost-structure of time. Scientific Reports. 9: 20053
Eisenreich BR, Hayden BY, Zimmermann J. (2019) Macaques are risk-averse in a freely moving foraging task. Scientific Reports. 9: 15091
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