My research interests are focused on understanding the neuronal substrates of perception and memory. My work uses a combination of large-scale electrophysiological recording methods and molecular-genetic tools in behaving rodents to examine 1) how neurones encode complex sounds in auditory cortex, and 2) how auditory information is stored into memory by interactions between auditory cortex and the hippocampus during sleep.
On the web
- Manipulating hippocampus-dependent memories: To enhance, delete or incept? In The Hippocampus from Cells to Systems: Structure, Connectivity, and Functional Contributions to Memory and Flexible Cognition , (pp. 123-137). : 1518014. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-50406-3_5
- Neuronal Mechanisms and Transformations Encoding Time-Varying Signals NEURON, 91 (4), 718-721 DOI: 10.1016/j.neuron.2016.08.006
- Tracking the Time-Dependent Role of the Hippocampus in Memory Recall Using DREADDs PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0154374
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