Seth M. Tomchik, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Neuroscience The Scripps Research Institute, Scripps Florida 
Area:
Learning & memory, Drosophila
Website:
http://www.scripps.edu/tomchik/
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Stahl A, Noyes NC, Boto T, et al. (2022) Associative learning drives longitudinally graded presynaptic plasticity of neurotransmitter release along axonal compartments. Elife. 11
Kaldun JC, Lone SR, Humbert Camps AM, et al. (2021) Dopamine, sleep, and neuronal excitability modulate amyloid-β-mediated forgetting in Drosophila. Plos Biology. 19: e3001412
Botero V, Stanhope BA, Brown EB, et al. (2021) Neurofibromin regulates metabolic rate via neuronal mechanisms in Drosophila. Nature Communications. 12: 4285
King LB, Boto T, Botero V, et al. (2020) Developmental loss of neurofibromin across distributed neuronal circuits drives excessive grooming in Drosophila. Plos Genetics. 16: e1008920
Boto T, Stahl A, Tomchik SM. (2020) Cellular and circuit mechanisms of olfactory associative learning in . Journal of Neurogenetics. 1-11
Boto T, Stahl A, Zhang X, et al. (2019) Independent Contributions of Discrete Dopaminergic Circuits to Cellular Plasticity, Memory Strength, and Valence in Drosophila. Cell Reports. 27: 2014-2021.e2
Boto T, Tomchik SM. (2019) The Excitatory, the Inhibitory, and the Modulatory: Mapping Chemical Neurotransmission in the Brain. Neuron. 101: 763-765
Yu D, Tan Y, Chakraborty M, et al. (2018) Elongator complex is required for long-term olfactory memory formation in. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 25: 183-196
Louis T, Stahl A, Boto T, et al. (2017) Cyclic AMP-dependent plasticity underlies rapid changes in odor coding associated with reward learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
King LB, Koch M, Murphy K, et al. (2016) Neurofibromin Loss of Function Drives Excessive Grooming in Drosophila. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
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