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Drew Schreiner
PhD candidate in the Gremel Lab at UCSD. Love behavioral neuroscience, science communication (writing at ), and my chinchilla
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Tim Sainburg 4h
UMAP projection of spikes from starling auditory neurons recorded over the first 10 days. Colors are kilosort2 labels (which still need to be curated). 200k spikes / 90M total.
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Timothy Verstynen PhD Nov 30
COAX LAB PREPRINT ALERT #1: Erik Peterson & I have revised and expanded our theory on optimal curiosity as a solution to the exploration-exploitation (e-e) dilemma. 1/7
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Daniel E. Weeks Nov 21
Here I explore some strange aspects of the data set used in the problematic AlShebli paper. See Section 13 'Summary'. How can one have a set of mentors with an average age > 200? How can one have 91 mentors? Always always graph your data!
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San Diego Science Writers Association Nov 24
San Diego science writers, come join our webinar next Thurs., Dec. 3! It's called Decolonizing Science Writing, and it includes speakers & discussions about how to write stories while accounting for racial injustices & disparities. SANDSWA co-organized this w/our friends at SDSU.
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James Antony Nov 25
Odd time to share good personal news, but our work bridging event cognition research in naturalistic paradigms, reinforcement learning, and memory while subjects watch 🏀 is out! Paper: Code/data: THREAD 👇🏼
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Jaeeon Lee Nov 24
Extremely comprehensive work, with lots of parallel with our recent work. Just highlights how much fine topography there is in these small nuclei, and how we should try to target the relevant functional zone when doing behavior.
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𝙸𝚜𝚑𝚖𝚊𝚒𝚕 𝙰𝚋𝚍𝚞𝚜-𝚂𝚊𝚋𝚘𝚘𝚛 Nov 24
What a discovery. Sol Snyder has only been making big findings for like 50 years right? "Cocaine receptor identified as BASP1"
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Jonathan Wilson Nov 22
You know this study wasn't written by historians because they would have explained that the fracturing of dinosaur society was evident long before the asteroid came.
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Drew Schreiner Nov 22
Very interesting!
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Ahmed El Hady Nov 22
Very much excited to be hosting Yossi Yovel (Tel Aviv Uni) this Wednesday 25th November for a webinar at 12 PM EST. It will be here: . Yossi's talk title: On cognitive maps and reinforcement learning in large-scale animal behavior
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Jeremy Day Nov 20
New preprint from the lab! Here Nancy Carullo () describes a Cre-dependent CRISPRa system that we hope will enable cell-specific gene regulation in neurons.
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Drew Schreiner Nov 19
Replying to @analog_ashley
For another cute cam that with a (animal named) Joey
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Patrick Mineault Nov 18
A 3-D printable open source platform for fluorescence microscopy, optogenetics and accurate temperature control 😲
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UCSD Psychology Nov 16
Lateralized alpha activity and slow potential shifts over visual cortex track the time course of both endogenous and exogenous orienting of attention.
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Jonathan Pillow Nov 16
Very cool postdoc opportunity with Cory Miller (UCSD) and Alex Huk (UT-Austin) doing computation, ephys, and behavior in freely-behaving marmosets. (Part of a BRAIN Initiative U01). Spread the word!
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Drew Schreiner Nov 16
Who else reads all caps as shouting?
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UCSD Neurosciences Nov 13
Hot off the presses! Amazing work Spike Train Coactivity Encodes Learned Natural Stimulus Invariances in Songbird Auditory Cortex
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NeuWrite San Diego Oct 29
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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Grissom Lab Oct 29
What started as a pilot of visual decision-making task in mice led us to discover that females use a very different strategy to figure it out, leading to faster learning! The lab's first paper, out today, with co-first authors and
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Nicholas Bellono Oct 29
The octopus uses its long, flexible arms to explore the seafloor for hidden prey. Here, Lena and team investigate the ‘taste by touch’ sense of the octopus. , , .
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