Recommended Readings: Gaby Maimon, Ph.D. Monday November 16, 2020

Recommended Readings: Gaby Maimon, Ph.D. Monday November 16, 2020

Webinar Monday Lecture Series  Gaby Maimon, Ph.D

(open to the Tri-I community)

Monday, November 16, 2020

Gaby Maimon, Ph.D

Associate Professor and Head

Laboratory of Integrative Brain Function

The Rockefeller University

                                                        How Brains Add Vectors

Recommended Readings:

Empirical Articles

Lyu, C., Abbott, L.F., and Maimon, G . (2020) A neuronal circuit for vector addition builds an allocentric traveling-direction signal in the Drosophila  fan-shaped body. In preparation

Isaacman-Beck, Jesse; Paik, Kristine C.; Wienecke, Carl F. R.; et al. (2020). SPARC enables genetic manipulation of precise proportions of cells. NATURE NEUROSCIENCE. 23 (9): 1168-1175

Green, Jonathan; Vijayan, Vikram; Pires, Peter Mussells; et al. (2019). A neural heading estimate is compared with an internal goal to guide oriented navigation. NATURE NEUROSCIENCE. 22 (9): 1460- 1468

Green, Jonathan; Maimon, Gaby. (2018). Building a heading signal from anatomically defined neuron types in the Drosophila central complex. CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY. 52: 156-164

Ferris, Bennett Drew; Green, Jonathan; Maimon, Gaby. (2018). Abolishment of Spontaneous Flight Turns in Visually Responsive Drosophila. CURRENT BIOLOGY. 28 (2): 170-180.e1–e5

Green, Jonathan; Adachi, Atsuko; Shah, Kunal K.; et al. (2017). A neural circuit architecture for angular integration in Drosophila. NATURE. 546 (7656): 101-106

Kim, Anmo J.; Fenk, Lisa M.; Lyu, Cheng; et al. (2017). Quantitative Predictions Orchestrate Visual Signaling in Drosophila. CELL. 168 (1-2): 280-294

Kim, Anmo J.; Fitzgerald, Jamie K.; Maimon, Gaby. (2015). Cellular evidence for efference copy in Drosophila visuomotor processing. NATURE NEUROSCIENCE. 18 (9): 1247-1255

Review Paper

Maimon, Gaby. (2011). Modulation of visual physiology by behavioral state in monkeys, mice, and flies. CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY. 21 (4): 559-564

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