Papers and research supported in part or in whole by The Swartz Foundation
Randi F. and Leifer A. M. (2021)
Nonequilibrium Green’s Functions for Functional Connectivity in the Brain, Physical Review Letters 126 (11), 118102.
Hallinen et al. (2021)
Decoding locomotion from population neural activity in moving C. elegans, bioRxiv 445643.
Randi F. and Leifer A. M. (2020)
Measuring and modeling whole-brain neural dynamics in Caenorhabditis elegans, Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 65, 167-175.
Yu X. et al
Fast deep learning correspondence for neuron tracking and identification in C. elegans using synthetic training, arXiv:2101.08211.
Greg J. Stephens, Lauren J. Silbert, and Uri Hasson
Speaker–listener neural coupling underlies successful communication. PNAS August 10, 2010 vol. 107 no. 32 14425-14430.
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