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Harold Monbouquette, Ph.D.

Harold Monbouquette, Ph.D., is a Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. His group conducts research focused on sensors and diagnostics, as well as the application of nanotechnology to these areas. He has been instrumental in creating an implantable microprobe with neurochemical sensing sites that exhibit rapid response times (<100 msec) while retaining high selectivity, in incorporating multiple sensing modalities on the same probe, in developing a PDMS microstamping method to deposit enzyme to targeted microelectrode sites, and in fabricating an on-probe reference site that results in 60-70% reduction in sensor noise.

Paul Macey, Ph.D.

Biography

Paul M. Macey is a neuroscientist who has worked at UCLA since 1999. He is an Associate Professor of Nursing, and serves in the School of Nursing Administration as Director of Information Technology and Innovation, and Chief Innovation Officer. Dr. Macey completed a degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, where he focused on bringing engineering approaches to the analysis of breathing signals recorded from infants during sleep. He started at UCLA in a post-doctoral position in the Department of Neurobiology, and continued as and Assistant then Associate Researcher. Dr. Macey then joined the School of Nursing and Brain Research Institute as a faculty member. Dr. Macey teaches in the undergraduate Nursing program, and serves on various faculty committees.

Walter Metzner, Ph.D.

Publications

A selected list of publications:

Hage Steffen R, Jiang Tinglei, Berquist Sean W, Feng Jiang, Metzner Walter   Ambient noise induces independent shifts in call frequency and amplitude within the Lombard effect in echolocating bats Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2013; 110(10): 4063-8.
Liu Ying, Feng Jiang, Metzner Walter   Different auditory feedback control for echolocation and communication in horseshoe bats PloS one, 2013; 8(4): e62710.
Hage Steffen R, Metzner Walter   Potential effects of anthropogenic noise on echolocation behavior in horseshoe bats Communicative & integrative biology, 2013; 6(4): e24753.
Kobayasi Kohta I, Hage Steffen R, Berquist Sean, Feng Jiang, Zhang Shuyi, Metzner Walter   Behavioural and neurobiological implications of linear and non-linear features in larynx phonations of horseshoe bats Nature communications, 2012; 3(18): 1184.
Yamase Hiroyuki, Metzner Walter   Fermi-surface truncation from thermal nematic fluctuations Physical review letters, 2012; 108(18): 186405.
Jiang Tinglei, Metzner Walter, You Yuyan, Liu Sen, Lu Guanjun, Li Shi, Wang Lei, Feng Jiang   Variation in the resting frequency of Rhinolophus pusillus in Mainland China: effect of climate and implications for conservation The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2010; 128(4): 2204-11.
Luo Feng, Metzner Walter, Wu Feijian, Wu Feijian J, Zhang Shuyi, Zhang Shuyi Y, Chen Qicai, Chen Qicai C   Duration-sensitive neurons in the inferior colliculus of horseshoe bats: adaptations for using CF-FM echolocation pulses Journal of neurophysiology, 2008; 99(1): 284-96.
Ma, J. Liang, B. Zhang, S. Metzner, W.   Dietary composition and echolocation call design of three sympatric insectivorous bat species from China, Ecological Research, 2007; DOI 10.1007/s11284-007-0344-5: .
Dell’Anna Luca, Metzner Walter   Electrical resistivity near Pomeranchuk instability in two dimensions Physical review letters, 2007; 98(13): 136402.
Smotherman Michael, Kobayasi Kohta, Ma Jie, Zhang Shuyi, Metzner Walter   A mechanism for vocal-respiratory coupling in the mammalian parabrachial nucleus The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2006; 26(18): 4860-9.
Ma, J. Zhang, J. Liang, B. Zhang, L. Zhang, S. Metzner, W.   Dietary characteristics of Myotis ricketti in Beijing, North China, Journal of Mammalogy, 2006; 87: 339-344.
Ma Jie, Kobayasi Kohta, Zhang Shuyi, Metzner Walter   Vocal communication in adult greater horseshoe bats, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum Journal of comparative physiology. A, Neuroethology, sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology, 2006; 192(5): 535-50.
Smotherman Michael, Metzner Walter   Auditory-feedback control of temporal call patterns in echolocating horseshoe bats Journal of neurophysiology, 2005; 93(3): 1295-303.
Gozalo Alfonso S, Schwiebert Rebecca S, Metzner Walter, Lawson Gregory W   Spontaneous, generalized lipidosis in captive greater horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) Contemporary topics in laboratory animal science / American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 2005; 44(6): 49-52.
Ma, Jie Metzner, W. Liang, B. Zhang, L. Zhang, J. Zhang, S. Shen, J..   Differences in diet and echolocation in four sympatric bat species and their respective ecological niches, Acta Zoologica Sinica, 2004; 50(2): 145-150.
Tian, L. Liang, B. Maeda, K. Metzner, W. Zhang, S.   Molecular studies on the classification of Miniopterus schreibersii (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences, Folia Zoologica, 2004; 53(3): .
Smotherman Michael, Zhang Shuyi, Metzner Walter   A neural basis for auditory feedback control of vocal pitch The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2003; 23(4): 1464-77.
Ma, Jie Jones, G. Zhang, S. Shen, J. Metzner, W. Zhang, L. Liang, B.   Dietary analysis confirms that Rickett’s big-footed bat (Myotis ricketti) is a piscivore, Journal of Zoology (London), 2003; 261(3): 245-248.
Smotherman Michael, Metzner Walter   Effects of echo intensity on Doppler-shift compensation behavior in horseshoe bats Journal of neurophysiology, 2003; 89(2): 814-21.
Smotherman, M. Metzner, W.   Fine control of call frequency by horseshoe bats, Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 2003; 189: 435-446.
Metzner Walter, Zhang Shuyi, Smotherman Michael   Doppler-shift compensation behavior in horseshoe bats revisited: auditory feedback controls both a decrease and an increase in call frequency The Journal of experimental biology, 2002; 205(Pt 11): 1607-16.
Krahe Rüdiger, Kreiman Gabriel, Gabbiani Fabrizio, Koch Christof, Metzner Walter   Stimulus encoding and feature extraction by multiple sensory neurons The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 2002; 22(6): 2374-82.
Kreiman, G. Krahe, R. Metzner, W. Koch, C. Gabbiani, F.   Robustness and variability of neuronal coding by amplitude-sensitive afferents in the weakly electric fish eigenmannia J Neurophysiol, 2000; 84(1): 189-204.
Gabbiani, F. Metzner, W.   Encoding and processing of sensory information in neuronal spike trains J Exp Biol, 1999; 202(# (Pt 10)): 1267-79.
Metzner, W.   Why are there so many sensory brain maps? Cell Mol Life Sci, 1999; 56(1-2): 1-4.
Metzner, W. Koch, C. Wessel, R. Gabbiani, F.   Feature extraction by burst-like spike patterns in multiple sensory maps J Neurosci, 1998; 18(6): 2283-300.
Metzner, W.   Measuring distance in two dimensions Nature, 1998; 395(6705): 838-9.
Juranek, J. Metzner, W.   Segregation of behavior-specific synaptic inputs to a vertebrate neuronal oscillator J Neurosci, 1998; 18(21): 9010-9.
Metzner, W. Juranek, J.   A sensory brain map for each behavior? Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 1997; 94(26): 14798-803.
Juranek, J. Metzner, W.   Cellular characterization of synaptic modulations of a neuronal oscillator in electric fish, J Comp Physiol A, 1997; 181(4): 393-414.
Metzner, W.   Anatomical basis for audio-vocal integration in echolocating horseshoe bats, Journal of Comparative Neurology, 1996; 368(2): 252-69.
Gabbiani, F. Metzner, W. Wessel, R. Koch, C.   From stimulus encoding to feature extraction in weakly electric fish Nature, 1996; 384(6609): 564-7.
Heiligenberg, W. Metzner, W. Wong, C. J. Keller, C. H.   Motor control of the jamming avoidance response of Apteronotus leptorhynchus: evolutionary changes of a behavior and its neuronal substrates J Comp Physiol A, 1996; 179(5): 653-74.
Metzner, W.   An audio-vocal interface in echolocating horseshoe bats, Journal of Neuroscience, 1993; 13(5): 1899-915.
Metzner, W.   The jamming avoidance response in Eigenmannia is controlled by two separate motor pathways Journnal of Neuroscience, 1993; 13(5): 1862-78.
Metzner, W.   Echolocation behaviour in bats, Science Progress, 1991; 75(298): 453-465.
Krull, D. Schumm, A. Metzner, W. Neuweiler, G.   Foraging areas and foraging behavior in the notch-eared bat Myotis emarginatus, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1991; 28(4): 247-254.
Metzner, W.   A possible neuronal basis for Doppler-shift compensation in echo-locating horseshoe bats, Nature, 1989; 341(6242): 529-32.
Neuweiler, G. Metzner, W. Heilmann, U. Rubsamen, R. Eckrich, M. Costa, H.H.   Foraging behaviour and echolocation in the rufous horseshoe bats, Rhinolophus rouxi, of Sri Lanka, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 1987; 20: 53-67.
Metzner, W. Radtke-Schuller, S.   The nuclei of the lateral lemniscus in the rufous horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus rouxi. A neurophysiological approach, Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, 1987; 160(3): 395-411.
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