Cristopher M. Niell

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University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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Stephen J. Smith grad student 1998-2004 Stanford
 (Imaging neural circuit formation and function in the zebrafish visual system.)
Michael P. Stryker post-doc 2005-
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Tomorsky J, Parker PRL, Doe CQ, et al. (2020) Precise levels of nectin-3 are required for proper synapse formation in postnatal visual cortex. Neural Development. 15: 13
Michaiel AM, Abe ETT, Niell CM. (2020) Dynamics of gaze control during prey capture in freely moving mice. Elife. 9
Parker PRL, Brown MA, Smear MC, et al. (2020) Movement-Related Signals in Sensory Areas: Roles in Natural Behavior. Trends in Neurosciences
Hoy JL, Bishop HI, Niell CM. (2019) Defined Cell Types in Superior Colliculus Make Distinct Contributions to Prey Capture Behavior in the Mouse. Current Biology : Cb
Onorato I, Neuenschwander S, Hoy J, et al. (2019) A Distinct Class of Bursting Neurons with Strong Gamma Synchronization and Stimulus Selectivity in Monkey V1. Neuron
Michaiel AM, Parker PRL, Niell CM. (2019) A Hallucinogenic Serotonin-2A Receptor Agonist Reduces Visual Response Gain and Alters Temporal Dynamics in Mouse V1. Cell Reports. 26: 3475-3483.e4
Song C, Piscopo DM, Niell CM, et al. (2018) Cortical signatures of wakeful somatosensory processing. Scientific Reports. 8: 11977
Piscopo DM, Weible AP, Rothbart MK, et al. (2018) Changes in white matter in mice resulting from low-frequency brain stimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Tomorsky J, DeBlander L, Kentros CG, et al. (2017) TU-Tagging: A Method for Identifying Layer-Enriched Neuronal Genes in Developing Mouse Visual Cortex. Eneuro. 4
Weible AP, Piscopo DM, Rothbart MK, et al. (2017) Rhythmic brain stimulation reduces anxiety-related behavior in a mouse model based on meditation training. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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