Meet PNI Professors Mala Murthy and Joshua Shaevitz at the annual reception that brings together friends in the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem with our faculty researchers.
PNI research shows that more complex perceptual decisions engage more diverse and spatially distributed computations across the cortex than simpler decisions, even when sensory stimuli and motor output are held constant.
The awards are part of the NIH Common Fund’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program, which supports investigators pursuing highly innovative, high-impact biomedical and behavioral research.
HHMI announces the selection of 15 exceptional early-career scientists as 2019 HHMI Hanna Gray Fellows to support diversity in biomedical research.
The national award provides six years of pre- and postdoctoral funding for outstanding neuroscience graduate students.
Murthy's lab has pioneered studies of the acoustic communication system of Drosophila, to address fundamental questions related to the neural mechanisms underlying sensory perception and the generation of behaviors.
Does the human hippocampus also replay activity sequences, even in a nonspatial task?
In a report published June 27 in the journal Cell, a Princeton-led team of researchers proposes a new avenue in the search for anti-obesity drugs.
Virtual-reality environment used to determine how responses are organized across the population of dopamine (DA) neurons.
Discrete Stepping and Nonlinear Ramping Dynamics Underlie Spiking Responses of LIP Neurons during Decision-Making.
The Princeton Neuroscience Institute held its annual Class Day event on Monday, June 3, 2019, to celebrate graduating seniors, honors recipients, and award winners.
This annual award honors Princeton faculty members who are exemplary in supporting the development of their graduate students as teachers, scholars, and professionals.
PNI and Intel are making both the software and the hardware required for real-time and other fMRI analyses accessible to all.
The goal was to determine whether and how IL-NAc neurons contribute to the increase in cocaine motivation that results from a drug-free period.
Bouchacourt and Buschman present a model of working memory that uses random connections to flexibly maintain any input.