Wayne, Jon, and Clay used a novel population receptive field mapping technique to show that the superior precentral sulcus is actually composed of two adjacent retinotopic maps! Now published in eLife (see Publications for a link).
Title: Testing models of the neural mechanisms of working memory
His talk, "Organization of the Human Homolog of the Macaque FEF," was in a session chaired by Jeff Schall, including co-speakers Bea Luna and Stephan Everling. Can you find him in the group photo?
Is the human PFC necessary for spatial working memory? Short answer: No!
Clay give talk at inaugural Shanghai Colloquium in Neuroeconomics - Mapping Spatial Priority in Human Frontoparietal Cortex
Clay will spend the Spring semester at NYU's Shanghai campus helping with the neuroscience curriculum and with the 3T MRI scanner shared with our partners at East China Normal University.
Golbarg publishes her dissertation in J Neurosci! Special thanks to co-author Franco Pestilli! (Click here for PDF)
Congrats to Wayne!
Welcome our new lab member, Masih Rahmati.
Welcome our new lab member, Wayne Mackey.