Michael S. Brainard

University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
song system, motor planning
"Michael Brainard"
Mean distance: 12.89 (cluster 6)


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Eszter Kish grad student UCSF
Kurtis J Swartz grad student UCSF
Ritu Kapur grad student 2008 UCSF
Melville Joseph Wohlgemuth grad student 2008 UCSF
Cara Marie Hampton grad student 2004-2008 UCSF
Kristofer E. Bouchard grad student 2010 UCSF
Jonathan D. Charlesworth grad student 2012 UCSF
Timothy L. Warren grad student 2012 UCSF
Lucas Y Tian grad student 2013-2019 UCSF
David G. Mets post-doc HHMI/UCSF
Jon T. Sakata post-doc UCSF
Samuel J. Sober post-doc UCSF
Mark N. Miller post-doc 2009- UCSF
SooYoon Shin post-doc 2011- Keck Center, UCSF
Bradley M. Colquitt post-doc 2014- UCSF
Hamish Mehaffey post-doc 2015- UCSF
Daniel M. Brady post-doc 2012-2013 Keck Center, UCSF
Mimi H. Kao post-doc 2014 UCSF
Lena Veit post-doc 2016-2020 UCSF
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Veit L, Tian LY, Monroy Hernandez CJ, et al. (2021) Songbirds can learn flexible contextual control over syllable sequencing. Elife. 10
Colquitt BM, Merullo DP, Konopka G, et al. (2021) Cellular transcriptomics reveals evolutionary identities of songbird vocal circuits. Science (New York, N.Y.). 371
Jaffe PI, Brainard MS. (2020) Acetylcholine acts on songbird premotor circuitry to invigorate vocal output. Elife. 9
Jaffe PI, Brainard MS. (2020) Author response: Acetylcholine acts on songbird premotor circuitry to invigorate vocal output Elife
Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2019) Learning is enhanced by tailoring instruction to individual genetic differences. Elife. 8
Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2019) Author response: Learning is enhanced by tailoring instruction to individual genetic differences Elife
Kojima 小島哲 S, Kao MH, Doupe AJ, et al. (2018) The avian basal ganglia are a source of rapid behavioral variation that enables vocal motor exploration. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Knowles JM, Doupe AJ, Brainard MS. (2018) Zebra finches are sensitive to combinations of temporally distributed features in a model of word recognition. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 144: 872
Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2018) An automated approach to the quantitation of vocalizations and vocal learning in the songbird. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006437
Colquitt BM, Mets DG, Brainard MS. (2018) Draft genome assembly of the Bengalese finch, Lonchura striata domestica, a model for motor skill variability and learning. Gigascience. 7: 1-6
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