Eric E. Thomson

Duke University, Durham, NC 
Sensory Coding.
"Eric Thomson"

Post-doc in Nicolelis lab.

Mean distance: 13.16 (cluster 17)


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William B. Kristan grad student 2000-2004 UCSD
 (How the leech and its nervous system discriminate touch location.)
Miguel A. Nicolelis post-doc 2004- Duke
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Thomson EE, Zea I, Windham W, et al. (2017) Cortical Neuroprosthesis Merges Visible and Invisible Light Without Impairing Native Sensory Function. Eneuro. 4
Hartmann K, Thomson EE, Zea I, et al. (2016) Embedding a Panoramic Representation of Infrared Light in the Adult Rat Somatosensory Cortex through a Sensory Neuroprosthesis. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 2406-24
Thomson E, Lou J, Sylvester K, et al. (2014) Basal forebrain dynamics during a tactile discrimination task. Journal of Neurophysiology. 112: 1179-91
Thomson EE, Carra R, Nicolelis MA. (2013) Perceiving invisible light through a somatosensory cortical prosthesis. Nature Communications. 4: 1482
Wiest MC, Thomson E, Pantoja J, et al. (2010) Changes in S1 neural responses during tactile discrimination learning. Journal of Neurophysiology. 104: 300-12
Wiest MC, Thomson E, Nicolelis MAL. (2010) Twenty-Five Years of Multielectrode Recordings in the Somatosensory System: It is All about Dynamics The Senses: a Comprehensive Reference. 6: 315-330
Thomson EE, Kristan WB. (2006) Encoding and decoding touch location in the leech CNS. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 8009-16
Thomson EE, Kristan WB. (2005) Quantifying stimulus discriminability: a comparison of information theory and ideal observer analysis. Neural Computation. 17: 741-78
Baca SM, Thomson EE, Kristan WB. (2005) Location and intensity discrimination in the leech local bend response quantified using optic flow and principal components analysis. Journal of Neurophysiology. 93: 3560-72
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