Michael Georg Metzen, Ph.D.

2011- Physiology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
neuroethology, neural modeling, bionics, electrosensory system, computational biology
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Huang CG, Metzen MG, Chacron MJ. (2019) Descending pathways mediate adaptive optimized coding of natural stimuli in weakly electric fish. Science Advances. 5: eaax2211
Huang CG, Metzen MG, Chacron MJ. (2018) Feedback optimizes neural coding and perception of natural stimuli. Elife. 7
Thomas RA, Metzen MG, Chacron MJ. (2018) Weakly electric fish distinguish between envelope stimuli arising from different behavioral contexts. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Metzen MG, Huang CG, Chacron MJ. (2018) Descending pathways generate perception of and neural responses to weak sensory input. Plos Biology. 16: e2005239
Metzen MG, Chacron MJ. (2017) Stimulus background influences phase invariant coding by correlated neural activity. Elife. 6
Martinez D, Metzen MG, Chacron MJ. (2016) Electrosensory processing in Apteronotus albifrons: implications for general and specific neural coding strategies across wave-type weakly electric fish species. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00594.2016
Metzen MG, Krahe R, Chacron MJ. (2016) Burst Firing in the Electrosensory System of Gymnotiform Weakly Electric Fish: Mechanisms and Functional Roles. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 10: 81
Metzen MG, Hofmann V, Chacron MJ. (2016) Neural correlations enable invariant coding and perception of natural stimuli in weakly electric fish. Elife. 5
Aumentado-Armstrong T, Metzen MG, Sproule MK, et al. (2015) Electrosensory Midbrain Neurons Display Feature Invariant Responses to Natural Communication Stimuli. Plos Computational Biology. 11: e1004430
Sproule MK, Metzen MG, Chacron MJ. (2015) Parallel sparse and dense information coding streams in the electrosensory midbrain. Neuroscience Letters. 607: 1-6
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