Tatyana Sharpee

Affiliations: 
Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, United States 
Area:
Visual system, computational neuroscience
Website:
http://cnl-t.salk.edu
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Mark I. Dykman grad student 2001 Michigan State
 (Many-electron tunneling in a magnetic field.)
William Bialek post-doc UCSF
Kenneth D. Miller post-doc UCSF
Michael P. Stryker post-doc UCSF
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Hsu WM, Kastner DB, Baccus SA, et al. (2021) How inhibitory neurons increase information transmission under threshold modulation. Cell Reports. 35: 109158
Amatya DN, Linker SB, Mendes APD, et al. (2019) Dynamical Electrical Complexity Is Reduced during Neuronal Differentiation in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Stem Cell Reports
Berkowitz JA, Sharpee TO. (2019) Quantifying Information Conveyed by Large Neuronal Populations. Neural Computation. 1-33
Zhang Y, Kastner DB, Baccus SA, et al. (2018) Optimal Information Transmission by Overlapping Retinal Cell Mosaics. Proceedings of the ... Conference On Information Sciences and Systems. Conference On Information Sciences and Systems. 2018
Kaardal JT, Theunissen FE, Sharpee TO. (2017) A Low-Rank Method for Characterizing High-Level Neural Computations. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 11: 68
Atencio CA, Sharpee TO. (2017) Multidimensional receptive field processing by cat primary auditory cortical neurons. Neuroscience
Sharpee TO. (2017) Optimizing Neural Information Capacity through Discretization. Neuron. 94: 954-960
Rowekamp RJ, Sharpee TO. (2017) Cross-orientation suppression in visual area V2. Nature Communications. 8: 15739
Sharpee TO. (2016) How Invariant Feature Selectivity Is Achieved in Cortex. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience. 8: 26
Calhoun AJ, Tong A, Pokala N, et al. (2015) Neural Mechanisms for Evaluating Environmental Variability in Caenorhabditis elegans. Neuron. 86: 428-41
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