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NNR Meets First Author Dr Sepiedeh Keshavarzi to Discuss Visual Motion Integration in the Brain

Video   Apr 09, 2018

 

Adam speaks to Dr Sepiedeh Keshavarzi, one of the four first authors of a recent paper on visual motion integration in the brain, entitled: 'A Circuit for Integration of Head- and Visual-Motion Signals in Layer 6 of Mouse Primary Visual Cortex', published in Neuron.

Sepiedeh describes the collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to their discovery and explains what the findings mean for our understanding of visual motion integration in the brain. 

Read: about the findings here

 
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