Geoffrey Schoenbaum

Affiliations: 
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
Area:
decision, reward
Website:
http://www.schoenbaumlab.org/
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Parents

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David Roane research assistant 1987-1989 University of Georgia
Howard Eichenbaum grad student 1989-1994 UNC Chapel Hill
Peter C. Holland post-doc 1994-2003 Johns Hopkins
Michela Gallagher post-doc 1995-2003 Johns Hopkins

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Michael P. Saddoris research assistant
Richard Zachary Haney research assistant 2006- University of Maryland Medical School
Domenic Cerri research assistant 2008- University of Maryland Medical School
Federica Lucantonio research assistant 2008- University of Maryland Medical School
Benjamin Berg research assistant 2012- IRP/NIDA/NIH
Theresa Franz research assistant 2003-2007 University of Maryland Medical School
Meredyth A. Wegener research assistant 2010-2011 University of Maryland Medical School
Heather Weid grad student University of Maryland Medical School
Donna Calu grad student 2005- University of Maryland Medical School
Nisha Kaul grad student 2009- University of Maryland Medical School
Kathryn A. Burke grad student 2003-2009 University of Maryland Medical School
Teghpal Singh grad student 2006-2011 University of Maryland Medical School
Federica Lucantonio grad student 2013 University of Maryland Medical School
Nisha Kaul Cooch grad student 2014 University of Maryland Medical School
Tina Chang post-doc University of Maryland Medical School
Evan E. Hart post-doc National Institute of Health - NIDA IRP
Mihaela Iordanova post-doc University of Maryland Medical School
Joshua L. Jones post-doc University of Maryland Medical School
Jingfeng Zhou post-doc
Thomas A. Stalnaker post-doc 2003- University of Maryland Medical School
Yuji Takahashi post-doc 2004- University of Maryland Medical School
Masaaki Ogawa post-doc 2007- University of Maryland Medical School
Guillermo Esber post-doc 2008- University of Maryland Medical School
Michael A. McDannald post-doc 2008- University of Maryland Medical School
Jason Trageser post-doc 2009- University of Maryland Medical School
Brian F. Sadacca post-doc 2012- NIDA
Matthew PH Gardner post-doc 2014- NIDA Intramural Research Program
Andrew M. Wikenheiser post-doc 2014-
Matthew Roesch post-doc 2003-2009 University of Maryland Medical School
Clinton B. McCracken post-doc 2009-2009 University of Maryland Medical School
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Wikenheiser AM, Gardner MPH, Mueller LE, et al. (2021) Spatial representations in rat orbitofrontal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Zhou J, Zong W, Jia C, et al. (2021) Prospective representations in rat orbitofrontal ensembles. Behavioral Neuroscience
Gardner MPH, Schoenbaum G. (2021) The orbitofrontal cartographer. Behavioral Neuroscience. 135: 267-276
Kahnt T, Schoenbaum G. (2021) Cross-species studies on orbitofrontal control of inference-based behavior. Behavioral Neuroscience. 135: 109-119
Schoenbaum G, Khamassi M, Pessiglione M, et al. (2021) The magical orbitofrontal cortex. Behavioral Neuroscience. 135: 108
Zhou J, Gardner MPH, Schoenbaum G. (2021) Is the core function of orbitofrontal cortex to signal values or make predictions? Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 41: 1-9
Schoenbaum G. (2021) A new team is on the field. Behavioral Neuroscience. 135: 1
Costa KM, Sengupta A, Schoenbaum G. (2021) The orbitofrontal cortex is necessary for learning to ignore. Current Biology : Cb
Sharpe MJ, Batchelor HM, Mueller LE, et al. (2021) Past experience shapes the neural circuits recruited for future learning. Nature Neuroscience
Stalnaker TA, Raheja N, Schoenbaum G. (2021) Orbitofrontal state representations are related to choice adaptations and reward predictions. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
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