Richard D. Mooney

Duke University, Durham, NC 
birdsong, development
"Richard Mooney"
Mean distance: 11.75 (cluster 6)


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Jiaxuan Qi grad student Duke
Wendy  Y. X. Peh grad student 2008- Duke
Anders M. Nelson grad student 2010- Duke
Frederick S. Livingston grad student 2000 Duke
J Matthew Kittelberger grad student 2002 Duke
Merri J. Rosen grad student 1995-2002 Duke
Huimeng Lei grad student 2008 Duke
Ye Li grad student 2008 Duke
Malavika Murugan grad student 2007-2013 Duke
Drew Marticorena grad student 2008-2013 Duke
Kosuke Hamaguchi grad student 2008-2014 Duke
Eric E. Bauer post-doc Duke
Todd F. Roberts post-doc Duke
John E. Spiro post-doc Duke
Yoko Sugiyama post-doc Duke
Timothy L. Warren post-doc Duke
Stephanie A. White post-doc Duke
Stephen D. Shea post-doc 2005- Duke
David Michael Schneider post-doc 2013- Duke
Bernard J. Slater post-doc 2020- Duke
Drew C Schreiner post-doc 2021- Duke
Christopher B. Sturdy post-doc 2000-2001 Duke
Melissa J. Coleman post-doc 2006 Duke
Jonathan F. Prather post-doc 2003-2009 Duke
Masashi Tanaka post-doc 2013-2018 Duke
Clara K Starkweather research scientist 2009-2013 Duke


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Stephen Nowicki collaborator 2000- Duke
Michale S. Fee collaborator 2004-2006 MIT
Martin Wild collaborator 2001-2007 Duke Medical School
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Singh Alvarado J, Goffinet J, Michael V, et al. (2021) Neural dynamics underlying birdsong practice and performance. Nature
Michael V, Goffinet J, Pearson J, et al. (2020) Circuit and synaptic organization of forebrain-to-midbrain pathways that promote and suppress vocalization. Elife. 9
Mooney R. (2020) The neurobiology of innate and learned vocalizations in rodents and songbirds. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 64: 24-31
Nieder A, Mooney R. (2020) The neurobiology of innate, volitional and learned vocalizations in mammals and birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 375: 20190054
Kearney MG, Warren TL, Hisey E, et al. (2019) Discrete Evaluative and Premotor Circuits Enable Vocal Learning in Songbirds. Neuron
Tschida K, Michael V, Takato J, et al. (2019) A Specialized Neural Circuit Gates Social Vocalizations in the Mouse. Neuron
Tanaka M, Sun F, Li Y, et al. (2018) A mesocortical dopamine circuit enables the cultural transmission of vocal behaviour. Nature
Schneider DM, Sundararajan J, Mooney R. (2018) A cortical filter that learns to suppress the acoustic consequences of movement. Nature
Schneider DM, Mooney R. (2018) How Movement Modulates Hearing. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 41: 553-572
Mooney R. (2018) The Song Remains the Same. Trends in Neurosciences. 41: 167-170
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