Astrid Prinz

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Astrid A. Prinz
Affiliation: Emory University
Location: United States of America
Position: Associate Professor
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Astrid Prinz is researcher and Associate Professor in the Department of Biology, Emory University where she heads the "Prinz Lab". She is working with models of small neural networks, more specifically the pyloric pattern-generating circuit found in the lobster. She has also built a database of pyloric network.[1]

Some of Prinz's work also deals with "high-dimensional parameter spave visualization by demnsional stacking".[2]

[edit] Paper

  1. Similar network activity from disparate circuit parameters

[edit] As co-author

  1. Calcium sensor parameters and readout configurations for activity-dependent homeostatic regulation of pyloric network rhythms in the lobster stomatogastric ganglion

[edit] References

  1. Astrid A. Prinz, D. Bucher, E. Marder (2004). "Similar network activity from disparate circuit parameters.". Nature Neuroscience 7(12): 1345-1352. PMID: 15558066.
  2. Adam L. Taylor, Timothy J. Hickey, Astrid A. Prinz, Eve Marder (2006). "Structure and visualization of high-dimensional conductance spaces". Journal of Neurophysiology missing volume: missing pages. [1].
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