Doris Tsao wants to understand how the brain stitches together visual features into discrete, recognizable objects. Tsao has spent more than 15 years dissecting the neural mechanisms in the brain region dedicated to solving this challenge - the inferotemporal cortex (IT). Her team recently cracked the code for an interconnected cellular “face patch” system in the IT and is now studying how.
The What Problem Tackling the problem of how the brain recognizes visual form is incredibly difficult due to the infinite number of possible forms and the huge cortical territory dedicated to encoding visual form. For making headway into this problem, it would be ideal if there were a small piece of brain specialized to encode a single visual form.The laboratories of Mikhail Shapiro and Doris Tsao at the California Institute of Technology are seeking a post-doctoral fellow to research the molecular, cellular and circuit mechanisms of ultrasonic neuromodulation. This work is supported by a BRAIN Initiative grant from the NIH. Modulation of brain and peripheral nerve activity with ultrasound has shown great promise in model organisms and.Chia-Wen Tsao Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Maryland, College Park, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 2008 Advisory Committee: Associate Professor Don L. DeVoe, Chair Professor Gary W. Rubloff Professor Balakumar Balachandran.
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Functional Anatomy of the Macaque Face Processing System Dissertation zur Erlangung des Grades eines By Doktors Der Naturwissenschaften, Betreut Durch, D. Y. Tsao (phd, D. Y. Tsao (phd, Sebastian Moeller, Abteilung Theoretische Neurobiologie, Doris Y. Tsao, Winrich A. Freiwald and Nicole Schweers.
There are many people without whom this thesis would not exist. First and foremost, I would like to acknowledge my PhD advisor, Doris Tsao, for giving me the opportunity to perform research in her lab and the freedom to pursue my own research ideas. She provided.
After working as a research assistant at the University of Bremen at the Brain Research Institute III on the neural basis of selective visual attention, he joined the lab of Prof Doris Tsao an did his PhD on functional anatomy of face perception in rhesus monkeys at the California Institute of Technology. Following a postdoctoral position at.
Dr. Winrich Freiwald, Laboratory of Neurosystems, Rockefeller University and Dr. Doris Tsao, Department of Biology, California Institute of Technology.
Tsao feels fortunate that Margaret Livingstone, PhD ’81, neurobiology, Takeda Professor of Neurobiology, served as her PhD advisor. “All of us desire to find a mentor who sees us as we wish to be, rather than as we are,” she says. “Marge did this naturally. She encouraged us to dream.”.
This dissertation explores works by Mona Hatoum, Jenny Holzer and Doris Salcedo produced in response to recent wars in which subjectivity is examined as a precarious condition rather than fixed certainty. Following in the footsteps of their feminist predecessors and previous efforts of artistic resistance to war, these artists continue to investigate the capacity of subjective experience to.
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Margaret Stratford Livingstone is the Takeda Professor of Neurobiology in the Department of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School in the field of visual perception. Livingstone received her PhD from Harvard University in 1981 working with Edward Kravitz, after which she worked as a postdoctoral fellow under David H. Hubel at Harvard University. She authored the book Vision and Art: The.
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Sinchai Tsao, PhD. Posted on. June 4, 2014. Posted under. Projects. Breakthrough Brain Model. The powerhouse team of Drs. Sharmishtaa Seshamani, PhD and Anna Blazejewska, PhD has created the first functioning chocolate-based model of the human central nervous system. “ The number of neuronal connections in this artificial system is yet unknown but we predict that it will be a game changer in.
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