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Cortical projections to the two retinotopic maps of primate pulvinar are distinct
Moore B, Li K, Kaas JH, Liao CC, Boal AM, Mavity-Hudson J, Casagrande VA. (2018)
The galago visual pulvinar includes two nuclei with distinct, but mirrored retinotopic maps; one dorsal and one ventral. Retrograde tracers injected in each nucleus produced similar and distinct patterns of labeling across visual areas: notably layer 5 pyramidal neurons in V2 and layer 6 neurons in V1, V2, and MT.
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I'm passionate about both exploring the world around us via empirical methods and spreading that passion to the next generation.

My interests include: primate visual perception, brain-machine interfaces, and transhumanism. (Read more)

Vanderbilt Brain Institute
515 Wilson Hall
Nashville, TN 37240
brandon@insalubrio.us

Colleagues: Jon Kaas, Keji Li, Virgil Griffith, Katie Correl, Julie Mavity-Hudson, Vivien Casagrande, Sarah Baum-Miller, Timur Sahin, Pawan Sinha, Margaret Livingstone, Diana Sarko, Alex Nackenoff, Matthew Spencer, Daniel Kane, Jean-Paul Noel