Zheng wins best paper award

He Zheng wins the Bioengineering program outstanding paper award for her paper titled The adaptive trade-off between detection and discrimination in cortical representations and behavior published in Neuron.

 

D. R. Ollerenshaw, H. J. V. Zheng, Q. Wang, and G. B. Stanley, The adaptive trade-off between detection and discrimination in cortical representations and behavior, Neuron., Mar 5;81(5):1152-64, 2014.PDF

Ortiz and Borden visit Allen Institute for Brain Science

Peter Borden and Alex Ortiz visit the Allen Institute for Brain Science. There they met with former Stanley lab member Douglas Ollerenshaw now part of Shawn Olsen’s group studying the neural basis of behavior and cognition using the mouse as a model system.

Waiblinger joins Stanley lab

We are please to welcome Christian Waiblinger as a new Post-doctoral researcher in the Neural Coding Lab. Chris joins us from the Cornelius Schwarz lab at The Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen Germany

Bolus wins NSF

Michael Bolus receives NSF fellowship

Cosyne

He Zheng presents at COSYNE conference in UT Friday 3/7/2015