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Talk (30)

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Kerr, J.: Imaging active neuronal circuits in the freely moving animal: seeing what they see from the eye to the cortex. FIN Building Inauguration Symposium: New Perspectives in Integrative Neuroscience , Tübingen, Germany (2012)
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Kerr, J.: Areal Distribution Of The Von Economo In The Anterior Insular And Anterior Cingulate Cortices In The Macaque Monkey. University of Edinburgh: Centre for Integrative Physiology, Edinburgh, UK (2012)
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Kerr, J.: 2-photon imaging of neuronal activity in freely moving animals: from the eye to the visual cortex during self-determined behavior. FAU/MPFI Neuroscience Seminar Series Fall 2011: Neural Circuits at Multiple Scales , Jupiter, FL, USA (2011)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging activity from neuronal populations in the awake and freely moving rat. EMBO Practical Course: Two-Photon Imaging of Brain Circuits, München, Germany (2011)
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Kerr, J.: 2-photon imaging of neuronal activity in freely moving animals: from the eye to the visual cortex during self determined behavior. Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel, Switzerland (2011)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging neuronal population activity in the cortex of freely moving animals: The what where and how. HHMI Janelia Research Campus: Multiphoton Imaging: The Next 6x1023 Femtoseconds, Ashburn, VA, USA (2011)
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Kerr, J.: Release the Hounds: Imaging Activity in Neuronal Populations in the Freely Moving Anima. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Program: Emerging Techniques in Neuroscience, Santa Barbara, CA, USA (2010)
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Kerr, J.: Releasing the Hounds: Imaging Activity in Neuronal Populations in the Freely Moving Animal. New York University School of Medicine, NYU Medical Center, New York, NY, USA (2010)
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Kerr, J.: Releasing the Hounds: Imaging Activity in Neuronal Populations in the Freely Moving Animal. 16th German-American Symposium, Potsdam, Germany (2010)
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Kerr, J.: Releasing the hounds: population imaging in the freely moving animal. CIN-Retreat Cellular Neurophysiology , Reutlingen, Germany (2010)
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Kerr, J.: Two-photon imaging of neuronal populations in awake-restrained and freely-moving animals. Jamelia Research Campus: Fluorescent Proteins and Biological Sensors II, Ashburn, VA, USA (2009)
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Kerr, J.: Population imaging of neuronal activity in vivo: From the awake to the anesthetized. Symposium Confocal Imaging of Plasticity Processes, Bochum, Germany (2009)
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Kerr, J.: Would the real inhibitor please stand up: imaging neural populations in vivo. Cosyne 2009 Workshop: The role(s) of inhibition and excitatory/inhibitory balance in sensory processing, Snow Bird, UT, USA (2009)
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Kerr, J.: Imaging activity in cortical neuronal populations in vivo: from the anesthetized to the awake. Nonlinear Dynamics Groups at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization: BCCN AG-Seminar, Göttingen, Germany (2008)
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Kerr, J.: Spatial Organization of Neuronal Population Responses in vivo: can you repeat that? University of California: Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, Berkeley, CA, USA (2007)

Poster (23)

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Czubayko, U.; Bassetto, G.; Narayanan, R.; Oberlaender, M.; Macke, J.; Kerr, J.: Anatomical basis of spiking correlation in upper layers of somatosensory cortex. 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2015), Chicago, IL, USA (2015)
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Rulla, S.; Ng, B.; Macke, J.; Wallace, D.; Sawinski, J.; Kerr, J.: Two-photon imaging of neuronal populations in the primary visual cortex representation of the overhead visual field. 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2015), Chicago, IL, USA (2015)
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Egger, R.; Schmitt, A.; Dercksen, V.; Narayanan, R.; de Kock, C.; Kerr, J.; Oberlaender, M.: Reverse Engineering the 3D Structure and In Vivo Function of Rat Vibrissal Cortex. 6th International Conference on Brain and Cognitive Engineering (BCE 2014), Tübingen, Germany (2014)
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Egger, R.; Schmitt, A.; Dercksen, V.; De Kock, C.; Kerr, J.; Oberlaender, M.: Reverse-engineering sensory-evoked signal flow in rat barrel cortex. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2013), San Diego, CA, USA (2013)
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Egger, R.; Schmitt, A.; Dercksen, V.; Narayanan, R.; De Kock, C.; Kerr, J.; Oberlaender, M.: Reverse-engineering sensory-evoked signal flow in rat barrel cortex. 26th Annual Barrels Meeting (Barrels XXVI), San Diego, CA, USA (2013)
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