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Roberto Vincis Laboratory

Department of Biological Science and Program in Neuroscience.

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Publications


Chen, K, Vincis R and Fontanini, A. (2019). Disruption of cortical dopaminergic modulation impairs preparatory activity and delays licking initiation. Cerebral Cortex. PDF

Gschwend, O, Beroud, J, Vincis R and Carleton A (2016). Dense encoding of natural odorants by ensembles of sparsely activated neurons in the olfactory bulb. Science Report. PDF

Vincis R and Fontanini A (2016). A gustocentric perspective to understanding primary sensory cortices. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. PDF

Vincis R and Fontanini A. (2016). Associative learning changes cross-modal representations in the gustatory cortex. eLife . PDF

Vincis R * , Lagier S*, Van der Ville D, Rodriguez I. and Carleton A. (2015). Sensory-evoked intrinsic imaging signals in the olfactory bulb are independent of neurovascular coupling. Cell Reports. PDF

Abraham N. M*, Vincis R *, Lagier S, Rodriguez I, and Carleton A. (2014). Long term functional plasticity of sensory inputs mediated by olfactory learning. eLife. PDF

Vincis R , Gschwend O, Bhaukaurally K, Beroud J, and Carleton A. (2012). Dense representation of natural odorants in the mouse olfactory bulb. Nature Neuroscience. PDF

Commentary: Welberg, L. (2012). "Dense scents of nature." Nat Rev Neurosci. PDF

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  • Florida State University
  • Tallahassee, Florida