Matthew T C Brown

Imperial College, London, London, England, United Kingdom 
dopamine system, working memory
"Matthew Brown"
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Paul Bolam grad student 2005-2009 Oxford
Peter Magill grad student 2005-2009 Oxford
Paul Chadderton post-doc 2012- Imperial College London
Christian Lüscher post-doc 2009-2012 University of Geneva
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Henny P, Brown MT, Micklem BR, et al. (2014) Stereological and ultrastructural quantification of the afferent synaptome of individual neurons. Brain Structure & Function. 219: 631-40
Brown MT, Tan KR, O'Connor EC, et al. (2012) Ventral tegmental area GABA projections pause accumbal cholinergic interneurons to enhance associative learning. Nature. 492: 452-6
Mallet N, Micklem BR, Henny P, et al. (2012) Dichotomous organization of the external globus pallidus. Neuron. 74: 1075-86
Henny P, Brown MT, Northrop A, et al. (2012) Structural correlates of heterogeneous in vivo activity of midbrain dopaminergic neurons. Nature Neuroscience. 15: 613-9
Brown MT, Korn C, Lüscher C. (2011) Mimicking synaptic effects of addictive drugs with selective dopamine neuron stimulation. Channels (Austin, Tex.). 5: 461-3
Mameli M, Bellone C, Brown MT, et al. (2011) Cocaine inverts rules for synaptic plasticity of glutamate transmission in the ventral tegmental area. Nature Neuroscience. 14: 414-6
Brown MT, Bellone C, Mameli M, et al. (2010) Drug-driven AMPA receptor redistribution mimicked by selective dopamine neuron stimulation. Plos One. 5: e15870
Tan KR, Brown M, Labouèbe G, et al. (2010) Neural bases for addictive properties of benzodiazepines. Nature. 463: 769-74
Brown MT, Henny P, Bolam JP, et al. (2009) Activity of neurochemically heterogeneous dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra during spontaneous and driven changes in brain state. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 29: 2915-25
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