Hidehiko K. Inagaki

Affiliations: 
2007-2013 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
 2014-2019 Janelia Research Campus / HHMI 
 2019- Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience 
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Hitoshi Sakano research assistant 2006-2007 The University of Tokyo
Kei Ito research assistant 2005-2008 The University of Tokyo
David J. Anderson grad student 2008-2014 Caltech
 (Neuronal mechanism of state control in Drosophila melanogaster .)
Karel Svoboda post-doc 2014-2019 Janelia Farm / HHMI
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Inagaki HK, Chen S, Daie K, et al. (2022) Neural Algorithms and Circuits for Motor Planning. Annual Review of Neuroscience
Inagaki HK, Chen S, Ridder MC, et al. (2022) A midbrain-thalamus-cortex circuit reorganizes cortical dynamics to initiate movement. Cell. 185: 1065-1081.e23
Li N, Chen S, Guo ZV, et al. (2019) Spatiotemporal constraints on optogenetic inactivation in cortical circuits. Elife. 8
Inagaki HK, Fontolan L, Romani S, et al. (2019) Discrete attractor dynamics underlies persistent activity in the frontal cortex. Nature. 566: 212-217
Wei Z, Inagaki H, Li N, et al. (2019) An orderly single-trial organization of population dynamics in premotor cortex predicts behavioral variability. Nature Communications. 10: 216
Li N, Chen S, Guo ZV, et al. (2019) Author response: Spatiotemporal constraints on optogenetic inactivation in cortical circuits Elife
Inagaki HK, Inagaki M, Romani S, et al. (2018) Low-dimensional and monotonic preparatory activity in mouse anterior lateral motor cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Guo ZV, Inagaki HK, Daie K, et al. (2017) Maintenance of persistent activity in a frontal thalamocortical loop. Nature
Hoopfer ED, Jung Y, Inagaki HK, et al. (2015) P1 interneurons promote a persistent internal state that enhances inter-male aggression in Drosophila. Elife. 4
Hoopfer ED, Jung Y, Inagaki HK, et al. (2015) Author response: P1 interneurons promote a persistent internal state that enhances inter-male aggression in Drosophila Elife
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