Our research highlights


Selected recent publications

Chabrol, F.P., Arenz, A., Wiechert, M.T., Margrie, T.W., DiGregorio, D.A. (2015) Synaptic diversity enables temporal coding of coincident multi-sensory input in single neurons. Nature Neuroscience 18 (5) p718-27.

Rancz, E.R., Moya, J., Drawitsch, F., Brichta, A.M., Canals, S., Margrie T.W. (2015). Widespread vestibular activation of rodent cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 35 (15) p5926-34.

Velez-Fort, M., Rousseau, C., Niedworok, C., Wickersham, I.R., Rancz, ER., Strom, M., Margrie, T.W. (2014) The stimulus selectivity and connectivity of layer 6 principal cells reveals cortical microcircuits underlying visual processing. Neuron 83, p1431-43.

Chadderton, P., Williams, S.R., Schaefer, A.T., and Margrie T.W. (2014) Sensory-evoked synaptic integration in cerebellar and cerebral cortical neurons. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 15 (2) p71-83.

Bracey, E., Pichler, B., Schaefer, A.T., Wallace, D.H. and Margrie T.W. (2013) Perceptual judgments and chronic imaging of altered odor maps indicate comprehensive template matching in rodent olfaction. Nature Communications 4:2100 DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3100.

Osten, P. and Margrie, T.W. (2013) Mapping brain circuitry with a light microscope. Nature Methods 10 (6) p515-23.

Angelo, K., Rancz, E.A., Pimentel, D., Hundahl, C., Hannibal, J., Fleischmann, A., Pichler, B., and Margrie, T.W.  (2012) A biophysical signature of network affiliation and sensory processing in mitral cells. Nature 488, 7411 p375-8. 

Rancz, E.A., Franks, K.M., Schwarz, M., Pichler, B., Schaefer, A.T., and Margrie T. W. (2011) Transfection via whole-cell recordings in vivo: Bridging single-cell physiology, genetics and connectomics. Nature Neuroscience 14 (4) p527-532.