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Reza Rajimehr

Affiliations: 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Vision
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Robert Desimone post-doc 2008- MIT
Hossein Esteky post-doc 2000-2004 IPM
Roger Tootell post-doc 2005-2008 MGH Harvard
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Farzmahdi A, Fallah F, Rajimehr R, et al. (2021) Task-dependent neural representations of visual object categories. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Abbasi N, Duncan J, Rajimehr R. (2020) Genetic influence is linked to cortical morphology in category-selective areas of visual cortex. Nature Communications. 11: 709
Milham MP, Ai L, Koo B, et al. (2018) An Open Resource for Non-human Primate Imaging. Neuron
Emadi N, Rajimehr R, Esteky H. (2014) High baseline activity in inferior temporal cortex improves neural and behavioral discriminability during visual categorization. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 8: 218
Rajimehr R, Bilenko NY, Vanduffel W, et al. (2014) Retinotopy versus face selectivity in macaque visual cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 2691-700
Rajimehr R, Kornblith S, Desimone R. (2014) Functional parcellation of human visual cortex Journal of Vision. 14: 715-715
Rajimehr R, Nasr S, Tootell R. (2014) Deconstructing scene selectivity in visual cortex Scene Vision: Making Sense of What We See. 73-84
Nasr S, Liu N, Devaney KJ, et al. (2011) Scene-selective cortical regions in human and nonhuman primates. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 13771-85
Han X, Chow BY, Zhou H, et al. (2011) A high-light sensitivity optical neural silencer: development and application to optogenetic control of non-human primate cortex. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 5: 18
Rajimehr R, Devaney KJ, Bilenko NY, et al. (2011) The "parahippocampal place area" responds preferentially to high spatial frequencies in humans and monkeys. Plos Biology. 9: e1000608
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