Congratulations to undergrad Cecilia Barowski who advanced to the women’s semifinal in the 800m track and field event at the
US Olympic Trials.
Congratulations to postdoc Marino Pagan, who was awarded a prestigious Simons Collaboration on the Global Brain Postdoctoral Fellowship!
(Recent graduate Ann Duan also got one!)
Congratulations to recently-graduated Ph.D. student Chun-Yu (Ann) Duan, who was awarded a prestigious Simons Collaboration on the Global Brain Postdoctoral Fellowship! After graduating in summer 2015, Ann joined Ning-long Xu’s lab at the Institute of Neuroscience in Shanghai.
(Current Postdoc Marino Pagan also got one!)
Congratulations to Ben Scott and Christine Constantinople, co-first authors of a paper in eLife describing how noise variance in pulsatile accumulation of evidence tasks appears to not scale linearly with the number of pulses, but as the square of the number of pulses. This has a number of important implications for how the noise might be generated.
Congratulations to both Tim Hanks and to UC Davis — Tim started his own lab there this November. We’ll miss you Tim!
Congratulations to postdoc Chuck Kopec, whose paper on cortical and superior colliculus contributions to memory-guided orienting is now online in Neuron.
Congratulations to graduate student C. Ann Duan, whose paper on prefrontal and midbrain contributions to fast executive control came out in Neuron. We also got a nice preview from Vanessa Carels and Mike DeWeese!
Congratulations to ex-postdoc Jeff Erlich, whose paper on inactivating PPC and FOF during accumulation of evidence came out in eLife.