Michele A. Basso

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Michele Basso"
Mean distance: 13.57 (cluster 41)


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Craig Evinger grad student 1990-1995 SUNY Stony Brook
Robert H. Wurtz post-doc 1995-2000 NEI


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Heather AC Wark research assistant 2005-2006 UW Madison
Nima Ghitani grad student UCLA
Xiaobing Li grad student 2001-2008 UW Madison
Byounghoon KIM grad student 2010 UW Madison
Corinne R. Vokoun grad student 2012 UW Madison
Peter Bayguinov post-doc UW Madison
Krystyna B. Wieczerzak post-doc University of Washington
Claudio A. Villalobos post-doc 2017- Brain Research Institute, UCLA
Safraaz Mahamed post-doc 2009-2012 UW Madison
Shima Ovaysikia research scientist
Michael D Nunez research scientist 2019- UCLA
Brittany N. Bushnell research scientist 2023- University of Wahington
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Daw T, El-Nahal H, Basso MA, et al. (2023) Direct comparison of epifluorescence and immunostaining for assessing viral mediated gene expression in the primate brain. Human Gene Therapy
Villalobos CA, Basso MA. (2022) Optogenetic activation of the inhibitory nigro-collicular circuit evokes contralateral orienting movements in mice. Cell Reports. 39: 110699
Jun EJ, Bautista AR, Nunez MD, et al. (2021) Causal role for the primate superior colliculus in the computation of evidence for perceptual decisions. Nature Neuroscience
Tremblay S, Acker L, Afraz A, et al. (2020) An Open Resource for Non-human Primate Optogenetics. Neuron
Bohlen MO, McCown TJ, Powell SK, et al. (2020) AAV Capsid-Promoter Interactions in the Brain Translate from Rat to the Non-Human Primate. Human Gene Therapy
Cushnie AK, El-Nahal HG, Bohlen MO, et al. (2020) Using rAAV2-retro in rhesus macaques: Promise and caveats for circuit manipulation. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 108859
Maniscalco B, Odegaard B, Grimaldi P, et al. (2019) Tuned normalization in perceptual decision-making circuits can explain seemingly suboptimal confidence behavior Journal of Vision. 19: 289b
Grimaldi P, Hah Cho S, Lau H, et al. (2018) Superior Colliculus Signals Decisions Rather Than Confidence: Analysis of Single Neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology
Villalobos CA, Wu Q, Lee PH, et al. (2018) Parvalbumin and GABA Microcircuits in the Mouse Superior Colliculus. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 12: 35
Odegaard B, Grimaldi P, Cho SH, et al. (2018) Superior colliculus neuronal ensemble activity signals optimal rather than subjective confidence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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