Researcher interests: Interested in how this network of neurons processes information, transmits it throughout the brain, and converts the information into an appropriate behavior
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Science

Selected Publications

Lilach Avitan, geoffrey j goodhill, jan molter
correction to detecting neural assemblies in calcium imaging data (2019)| BMC Biology| Read more
a e myhre, Lilach Avitan, biao sun, geoffrey j goodhill, j moelter, m mccullough, s zhu, zac pujic
behavioral signatures of a developing neural code (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
Lilach Avitan, biao sun, geoffrey j goodhill, marcus a triplett, zac pujic
model based decoupling of evoked and spontaneous neural activity in calcium imaging data (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
Lilach Avitan, geoffrey j goodhill, iris zhu
f1000prime recommendation of topography of a visuomotor transformation (2019)| F1000 - Post-publication peer review of the biomedical literature| Read more
Lilach Avitan, geoffrey j goodhill, jan molter
detecting neural assemblies in calcium imaging data (2018)| BMC Biology| Read more
Lilach Avitan, geoffrey j goodhill, marcus a triplett
emergence of spontaneous assembly activity in developing neural networks without afferent input (2018)| PLOS Computational Biology| Read more
Lilach Avitan, geoffrey j goodhill
code under construction neural coding over development (2018)| Trends in Neurosciences| Read more
Lilach Avitan, geoffrey j goodhill
faculty of 1000 evaluation for long range order from local interactions organization and development of distributed cortical networks (2018)| F1000 - Post-publication peer review of the biomedical literature| Read more
Lilach Avitan, emiliano marachlian, geoffrey j goodhill, German Sumbre
principles of functional circuit connectivity insights from spontaneous activity in the zebrafish optic tectum (2018)| Frontiers in Neural Circuits| Read more
Lilach Avitan, biao sun, ethan k scott, geoffrey j goodhill, haotian teng, jan molter, matthew van de poll, rumelo amor, zac pujic
spontaneous activity in the zebrafish tectum reorganizes over development and is influenced by visual experience (2017)| Current Biology| Read more

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