UCL Division of Biosciences


Rihel Lab paper at eNeuro

9 December 2020

Computational tools to analyse zebrafish behaviour


Congratulations to Marcus Ghosh from the Rihel lab on his new paper at eNeuro. Using a novel computational approach, Marcus found structure in zebrafish behaviour at both sub-second and days-long time-scales. Marcus designed a lovely Britpop art piece to accompany the paper. The red and blue arrows represent the 10 classes of active and inactive behaviors he found.

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