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Eve Marder

Affiliations: 
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
Area:
motor system, network dynamics
Website:
http://www.bio.brandeis.edu/faculty01/marder.html
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Parents

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Allen I. Selverston grad student 1969-1974 UCSD
David L. Barker post-doc 1974-1975 University of Oregon
JacSue Kehoe post-doc 1975-1978 ENS Paris

Children

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Michael  L. Oshinsky research assistant 1989-1992 Brandeis
David A. Markowitz research assistant 2003-2004 Brandeis
Ryan T. Maloney research assistant 2009-2011 Brandeis
Alex Henry Williams research assistant 2012-2014 Brandeis
Judith Eisen grad student Brandeis
Jorge Golowasch grad student NJIT
Adriane Gerndt Otopalik grad student Brandeis
Vatsala Thirumalai grad student Brandeis
David Hampton grad student 2015- Brandeis
Scott L. Hooper grad student 1981-1986 Brandeis
Valerie L. Kilman grad student 1998 Brandeis
Kathryn S. Richards grad student 2000 Brandeis
Andrew Mark Swensen grad student 2000 Brandeis
Cyrus Phiroze Billimoria grad student 2005 Brandeis
Christian D. Swinehart grad student 2005 Brandeis
Nelson D. Cruz-Bermúdez grad student 2007 Brandeis
Kristina J. Rehm grad student 2001-2008 Brandeis
Rachel G. Grashow grad student 2004-2010 Brandeis
Lamont S. Tang grad student 2004-2010 Brandeis
Jonathan Stuart Caplan grad student 2013 Brandeis
Gabrielle J. Gutierrez grad student 2006-2013 Brandeis
Dirk M. Bucher post-doc Brandeis
Tilman J. Kispersky post-doc Brandeis
Chris Lingle post-doc Washington University
Michael P. Nusbaum post-doc Brandeis
Frances K. Skinner post-doc Brandeis
Kurt A. Thoroughman post-doc brandeis
Gina G. Turrigiano post-doc Brandeis
Adam L. Taylor post-doc 2003- Brandeis
Anne-Elise Tobin post-doc 2005- Brandeis
Pablo Achard post-doc 2007- Brandeis
Sonal Shruti post-doc 2010- Brandeis
Srinivas Gorur-Shandilya post-doc 2017- Brandeis
Farzan Nadim post-doc 1995-1998 Brandeis
Astrid A. Prinz post-doc 2000-2004 Brandeis
David J. Schulz post-doc 2002-2005 Brandeis
Jean-Marc Goaillard post-doc 2002-2006 Boston University, Brandeis University
Hilary S. Bierman post-doc 2007-2009 Brandeis
Theresa M. Szabo post-doc 2007-2010 Brandeis
Marie Luize Goeritz research scientist Brandeis
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Haddad SA, Marder E. (2018) Circuit Robustness to Temperature Perturbation Is Altered by Neuromodulators. Neuron
Rosenbaum P, Marder E. (2018) Graded transmission without action potentials sustains rhythmic activity in some but not all modulators that activate the same current. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Otopalik A, Lane B, Schulz DJ, et al. (2017) Innexin expression in electrically coupled motor circuits. Neuroscience Letters
Nusbaum MP, Blitz DM, Marder E. (2017) Functional consequences of neuropeptide and small-molecule co-transmission. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
Otopalik AG, Goeritz ML, Sutton AC, et al. (2017) Sloppy morphological tuning in identified neurons of the crustacean stomatogastric ganglion. Elife. 6
Otopalik AG, Sutton AC, Banghart MR, et al. (2017) When complex neuronal structures may not matter. Elife. 6
Northcutt AJ, Lett KM, Garcia VB, et al. (2016) Deep sequencing of transcriptomes from the nervous systems of two decapod crustaceans to characterize genes important for neural circuit function and modulation. Bmc Genomics. 17: 868
O'Leary T, Marder E. (2016) Temperature-Robust Neural Function from Activity-Dependent Ion Channel Regulation. Current Biology : Cb
Marder E, Gutierrez G, Nusbaum MP. (2016) Complicating connectomes: Electrical coupling creates parallel pathways and degenerate circuit mechanisms. Developmental Neurobiology
Gjorgjieva J, Drion G, Marder E. (2016) Computational implications of biophysical diversity and multiple timescales in neurons and synapses for circuit performance. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 37: 44-52
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