2017, January 3rd – Gonzalo’s sparse L2 source reconstruction model is on the Arxiv. Finds known sources in presence of strong unknowns.
2016, December 8th – Pedro’s defense. Congrats Dr. Garcia da Silva!
2016, October 14th – Priyanka’s defense. Congrats Dr. Gupta!
2016, September 29th – Priyanka’s bioRxiv primer on robust, fast and flexible odor machines.
2016, August 18th – Justus, Pedro, Ian, Ashlan and Tony’s revolution of sequencing the brain connectome. Neuroscience in a new era.
2016, July 25th – Matt’s defense. Congrats Dr. Koh!
2016, May 11th – Kai, Pedro and Bo on active and passive defense.
2016, March 20th – Arka’s defense. Congrats Dr. Bandyopadhyay!
2015, July 1st – Arka and Fred’s saga on the long projecting, yet short axon cells, DAT+ for namesake, is in print. More below on how they go about implementing concentration gain control, and not only.
Science Daily – Revised view of brain circuit reveals gain control mechanisms in the olfactory bulb
2014, Sept 30th – yet again the BRAIN project.
CSHL press release – 4 CSHL scientists will contribute to President’s BRAIN Initiative under new NIH grants
2014, Aug 18th – The BRAIN project brings joy to the lab.
CSHL press release – NSF ‘Early Concept’ grants for neuroscience
2010, Oct 19th – Interest in olfaction rises in the media when it sounds fancy. In real, a surprising and binding report on how sisters mitral cells are yet so different and increase the information broadband from the bulb to the cortex. Congrats Ashesh!!!
Science Update, AAAS – Light Smelling Mice
National Public Radio (NPR) – Sensory Deception: Lab Mice Can ‘Smell’ Light