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Internal Representations for the Generalization of Motor Memories
Movement and memory are two of the most fundamental components of our existence. From the moment of birth, we rely on a variety of movements to interact with people and objects around us, and as we grow, we continuously ...
A Role for Focal Adhesions and Extracellular Matrix in Traumatic Axonal Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is linked to a diverse range of diffuse pathological damage for which there is a severe lack of therapeutic options. A major limitation to drug development is the inability to identify causal ...
Bringing bioelectricity to light: all-optical electrophysiology using microbial rhodopsins
My work has focused on the development and application of fluorescent voltage-sensitive proteins based on microbial rhodopsins. These probes led to the discovery of electrical activity in the bacterium Escherichia coli, ...