Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
7/29 - Our information theory tutorial was published in eNeuro (link).
7/13 to 7/18 - I attended the Organization for Computational Neuroscience annual meeting in Seattle and presented a poster entitled "Using information theory and a Bayesian model to examine the factors that influence the decision to consume alcohol in a rodent model of alcoholism." I also attended the subsequent workshop on information theory and presented a talk entitled "From neural cultures to rodent models of disease: examples of information theory analyses of effective connectivity, computation, and encoding."
6/16 to 6/20 - I attended the Research Society on Alcoholism's annual meeting in San Diego and presented a poster entitled "A Bayesian model to explore the factors that influence the decision to drink in rodents."
3/28 - Our paper on computation and rich clubs was posted to bioRxiv (link).
3/27 - Our paper on maternal deprivation and altered neural encoding was published (link).
3/3 to 3/9 - I attended the Alcohol and the Nervous System Gordon Research Conference and Seminar. At the seminar, I presented a poster entitled "Using a Bayesian model to explore the behavioral factors that influence the decision to consume alcohol in rodents." At the conference, I presented a poster entitled "Alcohol cue and drinking intent encoding is diminished in the prefrontal cortex of alcohol preferring rats."
11/11 to 11/15 - I attended SfN 2017 and presented a dynamic poster on decision-making related information encoding in mPFC of rodents during an alcohol drinking task (link, page 1059, poster PD10/NN31)
6/24 to 6/28 - I attended the Research Society on Alcoholism's annual meeting in Denver and presented a poster on our information theory analysis of neural data from a rodent model of compulsive drinking (link, poster 051 - 380).
5/31 to 6/2 - I attended the eighth Statistical Analysis of Neuronal Data (Sand8) workshop in Pittsburgh and presented a poster on our Neuroscience Information Theory Matlab Toolbox (link, poster 20).
11/12 to 11/16 - I attended SfN 2016 and presented a poster on our Neuroscience Information Theory software package (link, page 1630, poster LLL30).
11/10 - Our Neuroscience Information Theory software package was launched.
9/27 - Our criticality and complexity paper was published (link).
9/1 - Our dissociated culture data was posted on the CRCNS data sharing website (link).
6/27 - Our criticality methods paper was published (link).
6/14 - The Neural Complexity and Criticality (NCC) Matlab Toolbox was launched.