Frederic M. Stoll, Ph.D.

2015- Department of Neuroscience Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY 
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Emmanuel Procyk grad student 2010-2015
Peter Rudebeck post-doc 2015- Mount Sinai
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Zeisler ZR, London L, Janssen WG, et al. (2023) Single basolateral amygdala neurons in macaques exhibit distinct connectional motifs with frontal cortex. Neuron. 111: 3307-3320.e5
Elorette C, Fujimoto A, Stoll FM, et al. (2023) The neural basis of resting-state fMRI functional connectivity in fronto-limbic circuits revealed by chemogenetic manipulation. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Stoll FM, Rudebeck PH. (2023) Preferences reveal separable valuation systems in prefrontal-limbic circuits. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Goussi-Denjean C, Fontanier V, Stoll FM, et al. (2023) The differential weights of motivational and task performance measures on medial and lateral frontal neural activity. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Zeisler ZR, London L, Janssen WG, et al. (2023) High-throughput sequencing of macaque basolateral amygdala projections reveals dissociable connectional motifs with frontal cortex. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Fontanier V, Sarazin M, Stoll FM, et al. (2022) Inhibitory control of frontal metastability sets the temporal signature of cognition. Elife. 11
Elorette C, Fujimoto A, Fredericks JM, et al. (2021) Piecing together the orbitofrontal puzzle. Behavioral Neuroscience. 135: 301-311
Stoll FM, Rudebeck PH. (2019) The Value of Persistent Value. Neuron. 103: 757-758
Rich EL, Stoll FM, Rudebeck PH. (2017) Linking dynamic patterns of neural activity in orbitofrontal cortex with decision making. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 49: 24-32
Wilson CR, Vezoli J, Stoll FM, et al. (2016) Prefrontal Markers and Cognitive Performance Are Dissociated during Progressive Dopamine Lesion. Plos Biology. 14: e1002576
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