Blake Aaron Richards, Ph.D.

Neurosciences and Mental Health Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON 
Learning, Memory, Interneurons, Computation
"Blake Richards neuroscience"
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Robert James McDonald research assistant 2003-2004 University of Toronto
Geoffrey E. Hinton research assistant 2005-2006 University of Toronto
 (Voluntary research assistant work)
Colin Akerman grad student 2007-2011 Oxford
Ole Paulsen grad student 2007-2011 Oxford
Paul W. Frankland post-doc 2011- The Hospital for Sick Children / University of Toronto
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Richards BA, Lillicrap TP, Beaudoin P, et al. (2019) A deep learning framework for neuroscience. Nature Neuroscience. 22: 1761-1770
Tran LM, Josselyn SA, Richards BA, et al. (2019) Forgetting at biologically realistic levels of neurogenesis in alarge-scale hippocampal model. Behavioural Brain Research
Richards BA, Lillicrap TP. (2018) Dendritic solutions to the credit assignment problem. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 54: 28-36
Richards BA, Lillicrap TP. (2018) Can neocortical feedback alter the sign of plasticity? Nature Reviews. Neuroscience
Guerguiev J, Lillicrap TP, Richards BA. (2017) Towards deep learning with segregated dendrites. Elife. 6
Xia F, Richards BA, Tran MM, et al. (2017) Parvalbumin-positive interneurons mediate cortical-hippocampal interactions that are necessary for memory consolidation. Elife. 6
Richards BA, Frankland PW. (2017) The Persistence and Transience of Memory. Neuron. 94: 1071-1084
Raimondo JV, Richards BA, Woodin MA. (2016) Neuronal chloride and excitability - the big impact of small changes. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 43: 35-42
Santoro A, Frankland PW, Richards BA. (2016) Memory Transformation Enhances Reinforcement Learning in Dynamic Environments. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 12228-12242
van Rheede JJ, Richards BA, Akerman CJ. (2015) Sensory-Evoked Spiking Behavior Emerges via an Experience-Dependent Plasticity Mechanism. Neuron. 87: 1050-62
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