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Jayaram V*, Kadakia N*, Emonet T (2022)
"Sensing complementary temporal features of odor signals enhances navigation of diverse turbulent plumes." eLife 11:e72415

Buerkle N, Jeanne JM (2021)
Decision making: An analogue implementation of a drift-diffusion computation in the Drosophila mushroom body." Current Biology 31

Ito T, Murray JD (2021; in revision at Nature Neuroscience)
"Multi-task representations in human cortex transform along a sensory-to-motor hierarchy." bioRxiv 10.1101/2021.11.29.470432.

Ito T, Klinger T, Schultz DH, Murray JD, Cole MW, Rigotti M (2022)
"Compositional generalization through abstract representations in human and artificial neural networks." NeurIPS (In Press; preprint: arXiv: 2209.07431)

Benisty H, Moberly AH, Lohani S, Barson D, Coifman RR, Mishne G, Cardin JA, Higley JH (2021)
Rapid fluctuations in functional connectivity of cortical networks encode spontaneous behavior. bioRxiv 10.1101/2021.08.15.456390.

Gu QL, Lam NH, Wimmer RD, Halassa MM, Murray JD (2021)
Computational circuit mechanisms underlying thalamic control of attention, bioRxiv 10.1101/2020.09.16.300749.

Jayaram V*, Kadakia N*, Emonet T (* equal contribution) (2021)
Navigating a diversity of turbulent plumes is enhanced by sensing complementary temporal features of odor signals, bioRxiv 10.1101/2021.07.28.454116.

Burt JB, Preller KH, Demirtas M, Ji JL, Krystal JH, Vollenweider FX, Anticevic A, Murray JD (2021)
Transcriptomics-informed large-scale cortical model captures topography of pharmacological neuroimaging effects of LSD, eLife 10:e69320.

Puscian A*, Benisty H*, Higley (* equal contribution) (2020)
NMDAR-dependent emergence of behavioral representation in primary visual cortex, Cell Reports 32: 107970.

Lohani S, Moberly AH, Benisty H, Landa B, Jing M, Li Y, Higley MJ, Cardin JA (2020)
Dual color mesoscopic imaging reveals spatiotemporally heterogeneous coordination of cholinergic and neocortical activity. bioRxiv 10.1101/2020.12.09.418632.

Demir M*, Kadakia N*, Anderson HD, Clark DA, Emonet T (* equal contribution) (2020)
Walking Drosophila navigate complex plumes using stochastic decisions biased by the timing of odor encounters, eLife 9:e57524.

Demirtas M, Burt JB, Helmer M, Ji JL, Adkinson BD, Glasser MF, Van Essen DC, Sotiropoulos S, Anticevic A, Murray JD (2019)
Hierarchical heterogeneity across human cortex shapes large-scale neural dynamics," Neuron 101:1181.

Kadakia N, Emonet T (2019)
Front-end Weber-Fechner gain control enhances the fidelity of combinatorial odor coding, eLife 8: e45293.

Murray JD, Demirtas M, Anticevic A (2018)
Biophysical modeling of large-scale brain dynamics and applications for computational psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3:777.

Burt JB, Demirtas M, Eckner WJ, Navejar N, Ji JL, Martin WJ, Bernacchia A, Anticevic A, Murray JD (2018)
Hierarchy of transcriptomic specialization across human cortex captured by structural neuroimaging topography, Nature Neuroscience 21:1251

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