Monday Lecture Series
A Synaptic Memory Trace for Cortical Receptive Field Plasticity
Robert Froemke, Ph.D.
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Otolaryngology
University of California, San Francisco
Monday, January 26, 2009
4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. (Refreshments, 3:45 p.m.)
Second Floor, Welch Hall
Froemke, R. C., and Y. Dan. 2002. Spike-timing-dependent synaptic modification induced by natural spike trains. Nature. 416(6879):433-438.
Froemke, R. C., M. M. Merzenich, and C. E. Schreiner. 2007. A synaptic memory trace for cortical receptive field plasticity. Nature. 450(7168):425-429.
Froemke, R. C., M. -M Poo, and Y. Dan. 2005. Spike-timing-dependent synaptic plasticity depends on dendritic location. Nature. 434(7030):221-225.
Froemke, R. C., I. A. Tsay, M. Raad, J. D. Long, and Y. Dan. 2006. Contribution of individual spikes in burst-induced long-term synaptic modification. Journal of Neurophysiology. 95(3):1620-1629.
Kenet, T., R. C. Froemke, C. E. Schreiner, I. N. Pessah, and M. M. Merzenich. 2007. Perinatal exposure to a noncoplanar polychlorinated biphenyl alters tonotopy, receptive fields, and plasticity in rat primary auditory cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104(18):7646-7651.
Urakubo, H., M. Honda, R. C. Froemke, and S. Kuroda. 2008. Requirement of an allosteric kinetics of NMDA receptors for spike timing-dependent plasticity. Journal of Neuroscience. 28(13):3310-3323.