Zachary Davis

Affiliations: 
2009-2015 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
 2015- SNL-R The Salk Institute for Biological Sciences 
Area:
Marmosets, Cortex, Vision, Waves
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Dotson NM, Davis ZW, Jendritza P, et al. (2024) Acute Neuropixels recordings in the marmoset monkey. Eneuro
Davis Z, Busch A, Steward C, et al. (2024) Horizontal cortical connections shape intrinsic traveling waves into feature-selective motifs that regulate perceptual sensitivity. Research Square
Dotson NM, Davis ZW, Jendritza P, et al. (2023) Acute Neuropixels recordings in the marmoset monkey. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Reynolds J, Davis Z, Muller L, et al. (2023) Invited Session I: 30 years of normalization in the visual system: Spatiotemporal fluctuations in E/I balance & their impact on perception. Journal of Vision. 23: 3
Dotson NM, Davis ZW, Salisbury JM, et al. (2023) The double-drift illusion biases the marmoset oculomotor system. Journal of Vision. 23: 4
Benigno GB, Budzinski RC, Davis ZW, et al. (2023) Waves traveling over a map of visual space can ignite short-term predictions of sensory input. Nature Communications. 14: 3409
Davis ZW, Dotson NM, Franken TP, et al. (2023) Spike-phase coupling patterns reveal laminar identity in primate cortex. Elife. 12
Davis ZW, Muller L, Reynolds J. (2022) Spontaneous Spiking Is Governed By Broadband Fluctuations. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Davis ZW, Benigno GB, Fletterman C, et al. (2021) Spontaneous traveling waves naturally emerge from horizontal fiber time delays and travel through locally asynchronous-irregular states. Nature Communications. 12: 6057
Davis ZW, Muller L, Martinez-Trujillo J, et al. (2020) Spontaneous travelling cortical waves gate perception in behaving primates. Nature
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