Differences in Gamma Frequencies across Visual Cortex Restrict Their Possible Use in Computation
Lesions of prefrontal cortex reduce attentional modulation of neuronal responses and synchrony in V4
Correlated variability modifies working memory fidelity in primate prefrontal neuronal ensembles
Sequential sensory and decision processing in posterior parietal cortex
Dual origins of measured phase-amplitude coupling reveal distinct neural mechanisms underlying episodic memory in the human cortex
Gamma Synchrony Predicts Neuron–Neuron Correlations and Correlations with Motor Behavior in Extrastriate Visual Area MT
Content-Specific Fronto-Parietal Synchronization During Visual Working Memory
A stochastic model of input effectiveness during irregular gamma rhythms
Computing by Robust Transience: How the Fronto-Parietal Network Performs Sequential, Category-Based Decisions
Dynamic integration of Task-Relevant Visual Features in Posterior Parietal Cortex
  Effect of Stimulus Intensity on the Spike–Local Field Potential Relationship in the Secondary Somatosensory Cortex  
Cortical information flow during flexible sensorimotor decisions
Establishing a Statistical Link between Network Oscillations and Neural Synchrony
Beta-Coupled High-Frequency Activity and Beta-Locked Neuronal Spiking in the Subthalamic Nucleus of Parkinson’s Disease
Laminar Organization of Attentional Modulation in Macaque Visual Area V4 Anirvan S. Nandy,1,3,* Jonathan J. Nassi,1,2 and John H. Reynolds1



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    Mini-symposium Held at IUST

    In July, 2017 we held a one-day mini-symposium at IUST, for the interchange of scientific expertise and findings between different projects of the our lab and external collaborating teams. The lectures were organized in two panels: Invited talks (given by principle investigators cooperating with our lab) and Project presentations (delivered by PhD students). Topics ranging all the way from the dynamics of neural coding in primate brain to computational approaches in modeling the neural system were covered through these lectures. Importantly we had the honor to host Dr. Fatemeh Bakouie (Shahid Beheshti University), Dr. Zeinab Fazlali (IPM School of Cognitive Sciences), Prof. Dr. Shahriyar Gharibzadeh (Amirkabir University of Technology) and Dr. Marzieh Zare (IPM School of Computer Sciences), to present their ongoing research lines in the symposium.
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    The surgery center has been launched in the Cognitive Neurobiology Lab

    We are pleased to announce that on Sep 2016, we launched a non-human primate surgery center in IPM School of Cognitive Sciences. The surgery room is equipped with the most modern equipment enabling primate neuroscientists to carry out the most sophisticated brain surgeries. These surgeries are aimed at implanting either fixation or neural implants. Facilities such as accurate human-level monitoring and anesthesia systems enable us to carry out surgeries with the highest standards of animal welfare.
  • F. Zareayan’s winning support to attend FENS 2016

    Fatemeh Zareayan won the prize to attend the 10th Forum of Neuroscience Conference to be held in Copenhagen July 2-6, 2016 from the Iranian Cognitive Sciences and Technologies Council

  • PhD defence

    "Moein Esghaei successfully defended his thesis at IPM. His thesis addressed the role of low frequency oscillatory activities of brain in the process of selective attention."