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Avishek Adhikari, Ph.D.

Biography

Dr. Adhikari joined UCLA’s Psychology Department in 2016, following postdoctoral training at Stanford University with Prof. Karl Deisseroth and Ph.D. studies at Columbia University with Prof. Joshua A. Gordon and Prof. Rene Hen.

Dr. Adhikari’s lab investigates how the brain coordinates the constellation of changes related to emotional behaviors, with a focus on fear and anxiety. These multi-faceted changes involve complex and dynamic adaptations in hormonal, physiological and behavioral realms. Dr. Adhikari dissects how interactions between different brain structures control these processes, seeking insights that shed light on the neural basis of pathological anxiety disorders and adaptive aversion to danger. To do so we use a combination of powerful techniques, including electrophysiology, behavioral assays, optogenetics and calcium imaging to monitor and control neural activity and behavior.

Learn more about our research at our lab website

Publications

A selected list of publications:

Ye Li, Allen William E, Thompson Kimberly R, Tian Qiyuan, Hsueh Brian, Ramakrishnan Charu, Wang Ai-Chi, Jennings Joshua H, Adhikari Avishek, Halpern Casey H, Witten Ilana B, Barth Alison L, Luo Liqun, McNab Jennifer A, Deisseroth Karl   Wiring and Molecular Features of Prefrontal Ensembles Representing Distinct Experiences Cell, 2016; 165(7): 1776-88.
Adhikari Avishek, Lerner Talia N, Finkelstein Joel, Pak Sally, Jennings Joshua H, Davidson Thomas J, Ferenczi Emily, Gunaydin Lisa A, Mirzabekov Julie J, Ye Li, Kim Sung-Yon, Lei Anna, Deisseroth Karl   Basomedial amygdala mediates top-down control of anxiety and fear Nature, 2015; 527(7577): 179-85.
Adhikari Avishek   Distributed circuits underlying anxiety Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience, 2014; 8(7): 112.
Gunaydin Lisa A, Grosenick Logan, Finkelstein Joel C, Kauvar Isaac V, Fenno Lief E, Adhikari Avishek, Lammel Stephan, Mirzabekov Julie J, Airan Raag D, Zalocusky Kelly A, Tye Kay M, Anikeeva Polina, Malenka Robert C, Deisseroth Karl   Natural neural projection dynamics underlying social behavior Cell, 2014; 157(7): 1535-51.
Kim Sung-Yon, Adhikari Avishek, Lee Soo Yeun, Marshel James H, Kim Christina K, Mallory Caitlin S, Lo Maisie, Pak Sally, Mattis Joanna, Lim Byung Kook, Malenka Robert C, Warden Melissa R, Neve Rachael, Tye Kay M, Deisseroth Karl   Diverging neural pathways assemble a behavioural state from separable features in anxiety Nature, 2013; 496(7444): 219-23.
Tye Kay M, Mirzabekov Julie J, Warden Melissa R, Ferenczi Emily A, Tsai Hsing-Chen, Finkelstein Joel, Kim Sung-Yon, Adhikari Avishek, Thompson Kimberly R, Andalman Aaron S, Gunaydin Lisa A, Witten Ilana B, Deisseroth Karl   Dopamine neurons modulate neural encoding and expression of depression-related behaviour Nature, 2013; 493(7433): 537-41.
Warden Melissa R, Selimbeyoglu Aslihan, Mirzabekov Julie J, Lo Maisie, Thompson Kimberly R, Kim Sung-Yon, Adhikari Avishek, Tye Kay M, Frank Loren M, Deisseroth Karl   A prefrontal cortex-brainstem neuronal projection that controls response to behavioural challenge Nature, 2012; 492(7429): 428-32.
Nason Malcolm W, Adhikari Avishek, Bozinoski Marjan, Gordon Joshua A, Role Lorna W   Disrupted activity in the hippocampal-accumbens circuit of type III neuregulin 1 mutant mice Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 2011; 36(2): 488-96.
Adhikari Avishek, Sigurdsson Torfi, Topiwala Mihir A, Gordon Joshua A   Cross-correlation of instantaneous amplitudes of field potential oscillations: a straightforward method to estimate the directionality and lag between brain areas Journal of neuroscience methods, 2010; 191(2): 191-200.
Resende Rodrigo R, da Costa José L, Kihara Alexandre H, Adhikari Avishek, Lorençon Eudes   Intracellular Ca2+ regulation during neuronal differentiation of murine embryonal carcinoma and mesenchymal stem cells Stem cells and development, 2010; 19(3): 379-94.
Adhikari Avishek, Topiwala Mihir A, Gordon Joshua A   Synchronized activity between the ventral hippocampus and the medial prefrontal cortex during anxiety Neuron, 2010; 65(2): 257-69.
Resende Rodrigo R, Adhikari Avishek   Cholinergic receptor pathways involved in apoptosis, cell proliferation and neuronal differentiation Cell communication and signaling : CCS, 2009; 7(2): 20.
Resende Rodrigo R, Gomes Katia N, Adhikari Avishek, Britto Luiz R G, Ulrich Henning   Mechanism of acetylcholine-induced calcium signaling during neuronal differentiation of P19 embryonal carcinoma cells in vitro Cell calcium, 2008; 43(2): 107-21.
Bechara Etelvino J H, Dutra Fernando, Cardoso Vanessa E S, Sartori Adriano, Olympio Kelly P K, Penatti Carlos A A, Adhikari Avishek, Assunção Nilson A   The dual face of endogenous alpha-aminoketones: pro-oxidizing metabolic weapons Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP, 2008; 146(1-2): 88-110.
Adhikari Avishek, Penatti Carlos A A, Resende Rodrigo R, Ulrich Henning, Britto Luiz R G, Bechara Etelvino J H   5-Aminolevulinate and 4, 5-dioxovalerate ions decrease GABA(A) receptor density in neuronal cells, synaptosomes and rat brain Brain research, 2006; 1093(1): 95-104.

Arthur Arnold, Ph.D.

Publications

A selected list of publications:

Umar Soban, Cunningham Christine M, Itoh Yuichiro, Moazeni Shayan, Vaillancourt Mylene, Sarji Shervin, Centala Alex, Arnold Arthur P, Eghbali Mansoureh   The Y Chromosome Plays a Protective Role in Experimental Hypoxic Pulmonary Hypertension American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 2018; 197(7): 952-955.
McCarthy Margaret M, Woolley Catherine S, Arnold Arthur P   Incorporating sex as a biological variable in neuroscience: what do we gain? Nature reviews. Neuroscience, 2017; 18(12): 707-708.
Mauvais-Jarvis Franck, Arnold Arthur P, Reue Karen   A Guide for the Design of Pre-clinical Studies on Sex Differences in Metabolism Cell metabolism, 2017; 25(6): 1216-1230.
Arnold Arthur P, Cassis Lisa A, Eghbali Mansoureh, Reue Karen, Sandberg Kathryn   Sex Hormones and Sex Chromosomes Cause Sex Differences in the Development of Cardiovascular Diseases Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology, 2017; 37(5): 746-756.
Arnold Arthur P   Y chromosome’s roles in sex differences in disease Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2017; 114(15): 3787-3789.
Arnold Arthur P   A general theory of sexual differentiation Journal of neuroscience research, 2017; 95(1-2): 291-300.
Miller Leah R, Marks Cheryl, Becker Jill B, Hurn Patricia D, Chen Wei-Jung, Woodruff Teresa, McCarthy Margaret M, Sohrabji Farida, Schiebinger Londa, Wetherington Cora Lee, Makris Susan, Arnold Arthur P, Einstein Gillian, Miller Virginia M, Sandberg Kathryn, Maier Susan, Cornelison Terri L, Clayton Janine A   Considering sex as a biological variable in preclinical research FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 2017; 31(1): 29-34.
Link Jenny C, Hasin-Brumshtein Yehudit, Cantor Rita M, Chen Xuqi, Arnold Arthur P, Lusis Aldons J, Reue Karen   Diet, gonadal sex, and sex chromosome complement influence white adipose tissue miRNA expression BMC genomics, 2017; 18(1): 89.
Maric-Bilkan Christine, Arnold Arthur P, Taylor Doris A, Dwinell Melinda, Howlett Susan E, Wenger Nanette, Reckelhoff Jane F, Sandberg Kathryn, Churchill Gary, Levin Ellis, Lundberg Martha S   Report of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Working Group on Sex Differences Research in Cardiovascular Disease: Scientific Questions and Challenges Hypertension (Dallas, Tex. : 1979), 2016; 67(5): 802-7.
Arnold Arthur P, Reue Karen, Eghbali Mansoureh, Vilain Eric, Chen Xuqi, Ghahramani Negar, Itoh Yuichiro, Li Jingyuan, Link Jenny C, Ngun Tuck, Williams-Burris Shayna M   The importance of having two X chromosomes Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 2016; 371(1688): 20150113.
Link Jenny C, Chen Xuqi, Prien Christopher, Borja Mark S, Hammerson Bradley, Oda Michael N, Arnold Arthur P, Reue Karen   Increased high-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in mice with XX versus XY sex chromosomes Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology, 2015; 35(8): 1778-86.
Holásková Ida, Franko Jennifer, Goodman Robert L, Arnold Arthur P, Schafer Rosana   The XX Sex Chromosome Complement is Required in Male and Female Mice for Enhancement of Immunity Induced by Exposure to 3,4-Dichloropropionanilide American journal of reproductive immunology (New York, N.Y. : 1989), 2015; 74(2): 136-47.
Itoh Yuichiro, Mackie Ryan, Kampf Kathy, Domadia Shelly, Brown Judith D, O’Neill Rachel, Arnold Arthur P   Four core genotypes mouse model: localization of the Sry transgene and bioassay for testicular hormone levels BMC research notes, 2015; 8(8): 69.
Chen Xuqi, Wang Lixin, Loh Dawn H, Colwell Christopher S, Taché Yvette, Reue Karen, Arnold Arthur P   Sex differences in diurnal rhythms of food intake in mice caused by gonadal hormones and complement of sex chromosomes Hormones and behavior, 2015; 75(8): 55-63.
Itoh Yuichiro, Arnold Arthur P   Are females more variable than males in gene expression? Meta-analysis of microarray datasets Biology of sex differences, 2015; 6(1688): 18.
Manwani Bharti, Bentivegna Kathryn, Benashski Sharon E, Venna Venugopal Reddy, Xu Yan, Arnold Arthur P, McCullough Louise D   Sex differences in ischemic stroke sensitivity are influenced by gonadal hormones, not by sex chromosome complement Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 2015; 35(2): 221-9.
Itoh Yuichiro, Arnold Arthur P   X chromosome regulation of autosomal gene expression in bovine blastocysts Chromosoma, 2014; 123(5): 481-9.
Ngun Tuck C, Ghahramani Negar M, Creek Michelle M, Williams-Burris Shayna M, Barseghyan Hayk, Itoh Yuichiro, Sánchez Francisco J, McClusky Rebecca, Sinsheimer Janet S, Arnold Arthur P, Vilain Eric   Feminized behavior and brain gene expression in a novel mouse model of Klinefelter Syndrome Archives of sexual behavior, 2014; 43(6): 1043-57.
Seu E, Groman S M, Arnold A P, Jentsch J D   Sex chromosome complement influences operant responding for a palatable food in mice Genes, brain, and behavior, 2014; 13(6): 527-34.
Li Jingyuan, Chen Xuqi, McClusky Rebecca, Ruiz-Sundstrom Maureen, Itoh Yuichiro, Umar Soban, Arnold Arthur P, Eghbali Mansoureh   The number of X chromosomes influences protection from cardiac ischaemia/reperfusion injury in mice: one X is better than two Cardiovascular research, 2014; 102(3): 375-84.
Ghahramani Negar M, Ngun Tuck C, Chen Pao-Yang, Tian Yuan, Krishnan Sangitha, Muir Stephanie, Rubbi Liudmilla, Arnold Arthur P, de Vries Geert J, Forger Nancy G, Pellegrini Matteo, Vilain Eric   The effects of perinatal testosterone exposure on the DNA methylome of the mouse brain are late-emerging Biology of sex differences, 2014; 5(7): 8.
Du Sienmi, Itoh Noriko, Askarinam Sahar, Hill Haley, Arnold Arthur P, Voskuhl Rhonda R   XY sex chromosome complement, compared with XX, in the CNS confers greater neurodegeneration during experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2014; 111(7): 2806-11.
Arnold Arthur P, Chen Xuqi, Link Jenny C, Itoh Yuichiro, Reue Karen   Cell-autonomous sex determination outside of the gonad Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists, 2013; 242(4): 371-9.
Kuljis Dika A, Loh Dawn H, Truong Danny, Vosko Andrew M, Ong Margaret L, McClusky Rebecca, Arnold Arthur P, Colwell Christopher S   Gonadal- and sex-chromosome-dependent sex differences in the circadian system Endocrinology, 2013; 154(4): 1501-12.
Link Jenny C, Chen Xuqi, Arnold Arthur P, Reue Karen   Metabolic impact of sex chromosomes Adipocyte, 2013; 2(2): 74-9.
Chen Xuqi, McClusky Rebecca, Itoh Yuichiro, Reue Karen, Arnold Arthur P   X and Y chromosome complement influence adiposity and metabolism in mice Endocrinology, 2013; 154(3): 1092-104.
Chen Xuqi, Williams-Burris Shayna M, McClusky Rebecca, Ngun Tuck C, Ghahramani Negar, Barseghyan Hayk, Reue Karen, Vilain Eric, Arnold Arthur P   The Sex Chromosome Trisomy mouse model of XXY and XYY: metabolism and motor performance Biology of sex differences, 2013; 4(1): 15.
Drnevich Jenny, Replogle Kirstin L, Lovell Peter, Hahn Thomas P, Johnson Frank, Mast Thomas G, Nordeen Ernest, Nordeen Kathy, Strand Christy, London Sarah E, Mukai Motoko, Wingfield John C, Arnold Arthur P, Ball Gregory F, Brenowitz Eliot A, Wade Juli, Mello Claudio V, Clayton David F   Impact of experience-dependent and -independent factors on gene expression in songbird brain Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2012; 109 Suppl 2(3): 17245-52.
Arnold Arthur P, Lusis Aldons J   Understanding the sexome: measuring and reporting sex differences in gene systems Endocrinology, 2012; 153(6): 2551-5.
McCarthy Margaret M, Arnold Arthur P, Ball Gregory F, Blaustein Jeffrey D, De Vries Geert J   Sex differences in the brain: the not so inconvenient truth The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2012; 32(7): 2241-7.
Arnold Arthur P   The end of gonad-centric sex determination in mammals Trends in genetics : TIG, 2012; 28(2): 55-61.
Chen Xuqi, McClusky Rebecca, Chen Jenny, Beaven Simon W, Tontonoz Peter, Arnold Arthur P, Reue Karen   The number of x chromosomes causes sex differences in adiposity in mice PLoS genetics, 2012; 8(5): e1002709.
Arnold Arthur P, Chen Xuqi, Itoh Yuichiro   What a difference an X or Y makes: sex chromosomes, gene dose, and epigenetics in sexual differentiation Handbook of experimental pharmacology, 2012; 28(214): 67-88.
Itoh Yuichiro, Kampf Kathy, Arnold Arthur P   Possible differences in the two Z chromosomes in male chickens and evolution of MHM sequences in Galliformes Chromosoma, 2011; 120(6): 587-98.
Robinson Dionne P, Huber Sally A, Moussawi Mohamad, Roberts Brian, Teuscher Cory, Watkins Rebecca, Arnold Arthur P, Klein Sabra L   Sex chromosome complement contributes to sex differences in coxsackievirus B3 but not influenza A virus pathogenesis Biology of sex differences, 2011; 2(6): 8.
Arnold AP, Itoh Y, Melamed E   A bird’s eye view of sex chromosome dosage compensation, Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, 2008; in press: .
*Gioiosa L, *Chen X (co-first authors), Watkins R, Klanfer N, Bryant CD, Evans CJ, Arnold AP   Sex chromosome complement affects nociception in tests of actue and chronic exposure to morphine in mice, Hormones and Behavior, 2008; 54: 124-130.
Chen X, Watkins R, Delot E, Releine R, Schiestl RH, Burgoyne PS, Arnold AP   Sex difference in neural tube defects in p53-null mice is caused by differences in the complement of X not Y genes, Developmental Neurobiology, 2008; 68: 265-273.
*Itoh Y, *Melamed E (*co-first authors), Yang X, Kampf K, Wang S, Yehya N, Van Nas A, Replogle K, Band MR, Clayton DF, Schadt EE, Lusis AJ, Arnold AP   Dosage compensation is less effective in birds than in mammals Journal of Biology, 2007; 6: 2.
Melamed E, Arnold AP   Regional differences in dosage compensation on the chicken Z chromosome, Genome Biology, 2007; 8: R202.
Quinn JJ, Hitchcott PK, Umeda EA, Arnold AP, Taylor JR   Sex chromosome complement determines habit formation, Nature Neuroscience, 2007; 10: 1398-1400.
Gatewood JD, Wills A, Shetty S, Xu J, Arnold AP, Burgoyne PS, Rissman EF.   Sex chromosome complement and gonadal sex influence aggressive and parental behaviors in mice, Journal of Neuroscience, 2006; 26: 2335-2342.
Palaszynski KM, Smith DL, Burgoyne PS, Arnold AP, Voskuhl RR   A yin-yang effect between sex chromosomes and sex hormones on the immune response, Endocrinology, 2005; 146: 3280-3285.
Chen X, Agate RJ, Itoh Y, Arnold AP   Sexually dimorphic expression of trkB, a Z-linked gene, in early posthatch zebra finch brain, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA , 2005; 102: 7730-7735.
Arnold AP   Sex chromosomes and brain gender Nature Reviews Neuroscience , 2004; 5(9): 701-8.
Arnold, AP Burgoyne, PS   Are XX and XY brain cells intrinsically different? Trends in endocrinology and metabolism: TEM. , 2004; 15(1): 6-11.
Agate RJ, Grisham W, Wade J, Mann S, Wingfield J, Schanen C, Palotie A, Arnold AP   Neural not gonadal origin of brain sex differences in a gynandromorphic finch, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2003; 100: 4873-4878.
Carruth LC, Reisert I, Arnold AP   Direct effect of sex chromosome genes on brain sexual differentiation, Nature Neuroscience , 2002; 5: 933-934.
De Vries GJ, Rissman EF, Simerly RB, Yang L-Y , Scordalakes EM, Auger C, Swain A, Lovell-Badge R, Burgoyne PS, Arnold AP   Sex chromosome effects on the induction of sexually dimorphic neural and behavioral development, Journal of Neuroscience, 2002; 22: 9005-9014.

Carrie Bearden, Ph.D.

Biography

Dr. Carrie Bearden received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and joined the UCLA faculty as Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA in 2003. She hold a secondary appointment in the Department of Psychology. She has received numerous awards and honors, including Young Investigator Awards from the International Congress for Schizophrenia Research and the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders (NARSAD), and the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP), the A.E. Bennett Neuropsychiatric Research Award for Clinical Science in Biological Psychiatry, and the Samuel Gershon Junior Investigator Award from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders. Dr. Bearden’s research aims to understand genetic influences on brain structure in the development of psychosis, using converging methods to study cognition and neuroanatomy in clinical high-risk samples (e.g., adolescents at clinical high-risk for psychosis), and in possible ‘genetic subtypes of the disease with very high penetrance (e.g, 22q11.2 microdeletions). Another active research project, conducted in collaboration with Dr. Nelson Freimer, is an NIMH-funded study of neural endophenotypes of bipolar disorder in a genetically isolated population in Latin America.

Dean Buonomano, Ph.D.

Biography

NEURAL DYNAMICS: THE NEURAL BASIS OF LEARNING AND MEMORY AND TEMPORAL PROCESSING Behavior and cognition are not the product of isolated neurons, but rather emerge from the dynamics of interconnected neurons embedded in complex recurrent networks. Significant progress has been made towards understanding cellular and synaptic properties in isolation, as well as in establishing which areas of the brain are active during specific tasks. However, elucidating how the activity of hundreds of thousands of neurons within local cortical circuits underlie computations remains an elusive and fundamental goal in neuroscience. The primary goal of my laboratory is to understand how functional computations emerge from networks of neurons. One computation we are particularly interested in is how the brain tells time. Temporal processing refers to your ability to distinguish the interval and duration of sensory stimuli, and is a fundamental component of speech and music perception. To answer these questions the main approaches in my laboratory involve: (1) In Vitro Electrophysiology: Using acute and chronic brain slices we study the spatio-temporal dynamics of cortical circuits, as well as the learning rules that allow networks to develop, organize and perform computations ??? that is, to learn. (2) Computer Simulations: Computer models are used to simulate how networks perform computations, as well as test and generate predictions in parallel with our experimental research. (3) Human Psychophysics: We also use human pyschophysical experiments to characterize learning and generalization of temporal tasks, such as interval discrimination.

Publications

A selected list of publications:

Goel Anubhuti, Buonomano Dean V   Timing as an intrinsic property of neural networks: evidence from in vivo and in vitro experiments Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 2014; 369(1637): 20120460.
Laje Rodrigo, Buonomano Dean V   Robust timing and motor patterns by taming chaos in recurrent neural networks Nature neuroscience, 2013; 16(7): 925-33.
Buonomano Dean V, Laje Rodrigo   Population clocks: motor timing with neural dynamics Trends in cognitive sciences, 2010; 14(12): 520-7.
Johnson Hope A, Goel Anubhuthi, Buonomano Dean V   Neural dynamics of in vitro cortical networks reflects experienced temporal patterns Nature neuroscience, 2010; 13(8): 917-9.
Liu Jian K, Buonomano Dean V   Embedding multiple trajectories in simulated recurrent neural networks in a self-organizing manner The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2009; 29(42): 13172-81.
Buonomano Dean V   Harnessing chaos in recurrent neural networks Neuron, 2009; 63(4): 423-5.
Buonomano Dean V, Bramen Jennifer, Khodadadifar Mahsa   Influence of the interstimulus interval on temporal processing and learning: testing the state-dependent network model Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 2009; 364(1525): 1865-73.
Buonomano Dean V, Maass Wolfgang   State-dependent computations: spatiotemporal processing in cortical networks Nature reviews. Neuroscience, 2009; 10(2): 113-25.
Johnson Hope A, Buonomano Dean V   A method for chronic stimulation of cortical organotypic cultures using implanted electrodes Journal of neuroscience methods, 2009; 176(2): 136-43.
van Wassenhove V, Buonomano DV, Shimojo S, Shams L.   Distortions of subjective time perception within and across senses, PLoS ONE, 2008; 3(1): e1437.
Johnson, Hope A. Buonomano, Dean V.   Development and Plasticity of Spontaneous Activity and Up States in Cortical Organotypic Slices J. Neurosci, 2007; 27(22): 5915-5925.
Buonomano, D. V.   The biology of time across different scales Nat Chem Biol, 2007; 3(10): 594-7.
Karmarkar, U. R. Buonomano, D. V.   Timing in the absence of clocks: encoding time in neural network states Neuron, 2007; 53(3): 427-38.
Karmarkar, U. R. Buonomano, D. V.   Different forms of homeostatic plasticity are engaged with distinct temporal profiles, Eur J Neurosci, 2006; 23(6): 1575-84.
Eagleman, D. M. Tse, P. U. Buonomano, D. Janssen, P. Nobre, A. C. Holcombe, A. O.   Time and the brain: how subjective time relates to neural time, J Neurosci, 2005; 25(45): 10369-71.
Dong, H. W. Buonomano, D. V.   A technique for repeated recordings in cortical organotypic slices, J Neurosci Methods, 2005; 146(1): 69-75.
Buonomano, D. V.   A learning rule for the emergence of stable dynamics and timing in recurrent networks, J Neurophysiol, 2005; 94(4): 2275-83.
Marder, C. P. Buonomano, D. V.   Timing and balance of inhibition enhance the effect of long-term potentiation on cell firing, J Neurosci, 2004; 24(40): 8873-84.
Mauk, M. D. Buonomano, D. V.   The Neural Basis of Temporal Processing, Annual Rev. Neuroscience, 2004; 27: 304-340.
Karmarkar, U. R. Buonomano, D. V.   Temporal specificity of perceptual learning in an auditory discrimination task, Learn Mem, 2003; 10(2): 141-7.
Buonomano, D. V.   Timing of Neural Responses in Cortical Organotypic Slices, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2003; 100: 4897-4902.
Marder, C. P. Buonomano, D. V.   Differential effects of short- and long-term potentiation on cell firing in the CA1 region of the hippocampus, J Neurosci, 2003; 23(1): 112-21.
Karmarkar, U. R. Buonomano, D. V.   A model of spike-timing dependent plasticity: one or two coincidence detectors?, J Neurophysiol, 2002; 88(1): 507-13.
Buonomano, D. V. Karmarkar, U. R.   How do we tell time?, Neuroscientist, 2002; 8(1): 42-51.
Karmarkar, U. R. Najarian, M. T. Buonomano, D. V.   Mechanisms and significance of spike-timing dependent plasticity, Biol Cybern, 2002; 87(5-6): 373-82.
Buonomano, D. V.   Decoding temporal information: a model based on short-term synaptic plasticity, J Neurosci, 2000; 20: 1129-1141.
Buonomano, D. V.   Distinct functional types of associative long-term potentiation in neocortical and hippocampal pyramidal neurons, J Neurosci, 1999; 19: 6748-6754.
Buonomano, D. V. Merzenich, M.   A neural network model of temporal code generation and position-invariant pattern recognition, Neural Comput, 1999; 11(1): 103-16.
Buonomano, D. V. Merzenich, M. M.   Cortical plasticity: from synapses to maps, Annual Rev. Neuroscience, 1998; 21: 149-186.
Buonomano, D. V. Merzenich, M. M.   Temporal information transformed into a spatial code by a neural network with realistic properties, Science, 1995; 267: 1028-30.
Buonomano, D. V. Byrne, J. H.   Long-term synaptic changes produced by a cellular analog of classical conditioning in Aplysia, Science, 1990; 249(4967): 420-3.