Eatai Roth, Ph.D.

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2012 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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Locomotion
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Noah Cowan grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
 (Task-level models for image-stabilization behaviors in animals.)
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Roth E, Hall RW, Daniel TL, et al. (2016) Integration of parallel mechanosensory and visual pathways resolved through sensory conflict. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Cowan NJ, Ankarali MM, Dyhr JP, et al. (2014) Feedback control as a framework for understanding tradeoffs in biology. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 54: 223-37
Roth E, Sponberg S, Cowan NJ. (2014) A comparative approach to closed-loop computation. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 25: 54-62
Schnell B, Weir PT, Roth E, et al. (2014) Cellular mechanisms for integral feedback in visually guided behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 5700-5
Sefati S, Neveln ID, Roth E, et al. (2013) Mutually opposing forces during locomotion can eliminate the tradeoff between maneuverability and stability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 18798-803
Stamper SA, Roth E, Cowan NJ, et al. (2012) Active sensing via movement shapes spatiotemporal patterns of sensory feedback. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 215: 1567-74
Roth E, Reiser MB, Dickinson MH, et al. (2012) A task-level model for optomotor yaw regulation in drosophila melanogaster: A frequency-domain system identification approach Proceedings of the Ieee Conference On Decision and Control. 3721-3726
Roth E, Zhuang K, Stamper SA, et al. (2011) Stimulus predictability mediates a switch in locomotor smooth pursuit performance for Eigenmannia virescens. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 214: 1170-80
Carver S, Roth E, Cowan NJ, et al. (2008) Synaptic plasticity can produce and enhance direction selectivity. Plos Computational Biology. 4: e32
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