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 +====== Justin L. Gardner, PhD ======
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 +Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Stanford University\\
 +====== Address ======
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 +Department of Psychology, Stanford University\\
 +450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
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 +[[http://​justingardner.net/​justin/​pictures/​|personal website]]
 +====== Education ======
 |//1989 - 1993//|BS, Computer Science, Yale University| |//1989 - 1993//|BS, Computer Science, Yale University|
 |//1996 - 2002 //|PhD, Bioengineering,​ University of California, Berkeley and UCSF| |//1996 - 2002 //|PhD, Bioengineering,​ University of California, Berkeley and UCSF|
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-<div class="table sectionedit1"><​table class="​inline">​ +====== Research and Professional Experience ====== 
- <tr class="​row0"​ style="​border:​ 5px solid;">​ +|//​1996 ​2002 //|Graduate StudentLab of Stephen G. Lisberger, University of California, Berkeley and UCSF| 
- <td class="​col0"><​em>​1989 ​1993</em></td><​td class="​col1">​BSComputer ​Science, ​Yale University</td> +|//2002 - 2004//​|Postdoctoral Fellow, Lab of Keiji Tanaka, RIKEN Brain Science ​Institute| 
- </tr> +|//2004 - 2009//​|Postdoctoral FellowLab of David J. Heeger, New York University
- <tr class="​row1">​ +|//2009 - 2013//|Unit Leader (Assistant Professor equivalent),​ RIKEN Brain Science Institute| 
- <td class="​col0"><​em>​1996 - 2002 </em></td><​td class="​col1">​PhD, Bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley ​and UCSF</td> +|//2011 - 2014//​|Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Tokyo, Department of Life Sciences| 
- </tr> +|//2013 - 2015//|Team Leader (Assistant/​Associate Professor equivalent),​ RIKEN Brain Science Institute| 
-</table><​/div> +|//2014 - present//​|Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Stanford University| 
-</html>+====== Industry ====== 
 +|//1993 - 1994//​|Member of Technical Staff, Epson Research and Development ASD Group, San Jose, CA| 
 + |////​|Worked on image processing and compression algorithms and implementation| 
 + |////​|Two research and development awards from Seiko-Epson| 
 +\\ 
 +|//1994 - 1996//​|Programmer,​ Smoking Car Productions,​ San Francisco, CA| 
 + |////​|Core programmer on The Last Express, an action-adventure game by Jordan Mechner, published by Broderbund and SoftBank.| 
 +\\ 
 +====== Awards, Fellowships and Honors ====== 
 +|//​1993//​|Tau Beta Pi national engineering honor society| 
 +|//​1993//​|BS in Computer Science awarded Cum Laude with Distinction in the major| 
 +|//1996 - 1999//​|National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship| 
 +|//​2001 ​- 2002//|Burroughs Wellcome Fund Fellowship in Quantitative Biology| 
 +|//2002 - 2004//​|Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellow| 
 +|//2004 - 2007//|NRSA from the National Eye Institute| 
 +|//2006 - 2009//​|Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award in the Biomedical Sciences| 
 +|//2015 - 2016//​|Hellman Fellow| 
 +|//2017 - 2020//​|Research to Prevent Blindness / Lions Clubs International Foundation: Low Vision Research Award| 
 +|//2018 - 2019//|John Philip Coghlan Fellowship| 
 +====== Publications ====== 
 +==== Journal Articles ==== 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Anzai, A., Ohzawa. I.,  and Freeman, R. D. (1999) Linear and nonlinear contributions to orientation tuning of simple cells in the cat's striate cortex **//Visual Neuroscience //​**16:​1115-1121\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, ​ and Lisberger, S. G. (2001) Linked target selection for saccadic and smooth pursuit eye movements **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**21(6):​2075-2084\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, ​ and Lisberger, S. G. (2002) Serial linkage of target selection for orienting and tracking eye movements **//Nature Neuroscience //​**5:​892-899\\ 
 + 
 +Churchland, A. K., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Chou, I. H., Priebe, N. J.,  and Lisberger, S. G. (2003) Directional anisotropies reveal a functional segregation of visual motion processing for perception and action **//Neuron //​**37:​1001-1011\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Tokiyama, S.,  and Lisberger, S. G. (2004) A population decoding framework for motion aftereffects on smooth pursuit eye movements **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**24:​9035-9048\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Sun, P., Waggoner, R. A., Ueno K., Tanaka, K.,  and Cheng K. (2005) Contrast adaptation and representation in human early visual cortex **//Neuron //​**47:​607-620\\ 
 + 
 +Sun, P., Ueno K., Waggoner, R. A., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Tanaka, K.,  and Cheng K. (2007) A temporal frequency-dependent functional architecture in human V1 revealed by high-resolution fMRI **//Nature Neuroscience //​**10:​1404-1406\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Merriam, E. P., Movshon, J. A.,  and Heeger, D.J. (2008) Maps of visual space in human occipital cortex are retinotopic,​ not spatiotopic **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**28:​3988-3999\\ 
 + 
 +Dinstein, I., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Jazayeri, M.,  and Heeger, D.J. (2008) Executed and observed movements have different distributed representations in human aIPS **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**28:​11231-11239\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2010) Is cortical vasculature functionally organized? **//​Neuroimage //​**49:​1953-6\\ 
 + 
 +Offen, S., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Schluppeck, D.,  and Heeger, D.J. (2010) Differential roles for frontal eye fields (FEFs) and intraparietal sulcus (IPS) in visual working memory and attention **//Journal of Vision //​**10:​1-14\\ 
 + 
 +Liu, T., Hospadaruk, L., Zhu, D. C.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2011) Feature-specific attentional priority signals in human cortex **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**31:​4484-95\\ 
 + 
 +Pestilli, F., Carrasco, M., Heeger, D. J.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2011) Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex **//Neuron //​**72:​832-46\\ 
 + 
 +Suzuki, S., Harasawa, N., Ueno, K., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Ichinohe, N., Haruno, M., Cheng, K.,  and Nakahara H. (2012) Learning to simulate others'​ decisions **//Neuron //​**74:​1125-37\\ 
 + 
 +Sun, P., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Costagli, M., Ueno, K., Waggoner, R. A., Tanaka, K.,  and Cheng K. (2013) Demonstration of tuning to stimulus orientation in the human visual cortex: A high-resolution fMRI study with a novel continuous and periodic stimulation paradigm **//​Cerebral Cortex //​**23:​1618-29\\ 
 + 
 +Merriam, E. P., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Movshon, J. A.,  and Heeger, D.J. (2013) Modulation of visual responses by gaze direction in human visual cortex **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**33:​9879-89\\ 
 + 
 +Costagli, M., Ueno, K., Sun, P., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Wan, X., Ricciardi, E., Pietrini, P., Tanaka, K.,  and Cheng, K. (2014) Functional signalers of changes in visual stimuli: Cortical responses to increments and decrements in motion coherence **//​Cerebral Cortex //​**24:​110-8\\ 
 + 
 +Hara, Y., Pestilli, F.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2014) Differing effects of attention in single-units and populations are well predicted by heterogeneous tuning and the normalization model of attention **//​Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience //​**8:​12\\ 
 + 
 +Vintch, B.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2014) Cortical correlates of human motion perception biases **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**34:​2592-2604\\ 
 + 
 +Hara, Y.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2014) Encoding of graded changes in spatial specificity of prior cues in human visual cortex **//Journal of Neurophysiology //​**112:​2834-49\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2015) A case for human systems neuroscience **//​Neuroscience //​**296:​130-137\\ 
 + 
 +Birman, D.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2016) Parietal and prefrontal: categorical differences?​ **//Nature Neuroscience //​**19:​5-7\\ 
 + 
 +Abrahamyan, A., Silva, L. L., Dakin, S. C., Carandini, M.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2016) Adaptable history biases in human perceptual decisions **//​Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences //​**113.25:​E3548-57\\ 
 + 
 +Liu, T., Cable, D.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2018) Inverted encoding models of human population response conflate noise and neural tuning width **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**38(2):​398-408\\ 
 + 
 +Laquitaine, S.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2018) A switching observer for human perceptual estimation **//Neuron //​**97(2):​462-474\\ 
 + 
 +Dobs, K., Schultz, J., Bulthoff, I.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2018) Task-dependent enhancement of facial expression and identity representations in human cortex **//​Neuroimage //​**10:​689-702\\ 
 + 
 +Birman, D.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2018) A quantitative framework for motion visibility in human cortex **//Journal of Neurophysiology //​**120(4):​1824-1839\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2019) Optimality and heuristics in perceptual neurosceince **//Nature Neuroscience //​**22:​514-523\\ 
 + 
 +**__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, ​ and Liu, T. (2019) Inverted encoding models reconstruct an arbitrary model response, not the stimulus **//eNeuro //​**6:​e0363-18.2019 1-11\\ 
 + 
 +Fukuda, H., Ma, N., Suzuki, S., Harasawa, N., Ueno, K., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Ichinohe, N., Haruno, M., Cheng, K.,  and Nakahara, H. (2019) Computing social value conversion in the human brain **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**39(26):​5153-72\\ 
 + 
 +Birman, D.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (In press) A flexible readout mechanism of human sensory representations **//Nature Communications //**\\ 
 +==== Patents ==== 
 + 
 +Tostevin, N. H., Moran, M. R., **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Marrero, N. M.,  and Cook, R. A. (1997) Digital cartoon and animation process **//U.S. Patent Office //​**6061462\\ 
 +====== Teaching ====== 
 +|//2016 - current//​|**//​Psych 50: Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience//​**,​ //​Instructor and course designer//, Introductory Undergraduate (~200 students), //Stanford Psychology Department//​| 
 +|//2014 - current//​|**//​Psych 164: Brain Decoding//​**,​ //​Instructor and course designer//, Upper-level Undergraduate (~20 students), //Stanford Psychology Department//​| 
 +|//2016 - current//​|**//​NEPR 207: Neurosciences Cognitive Core//**, //​Co-instructor and course designer with Russ Poldrack//, Graduate (~20 students), //Stanford Neurosciences ​PhD Program//​| 
 +|//2017 - current//​|**//​Psych/​NSUR 287: Brain Machine Interfaces: ScienceTechnologyand Application//​**,​ //​Co-instructor with EJ Chichilnisky//,​ Graduate (~25 students), //Stanford Psychology and Neurosurgery Departments//​| 
 +|//​2016//​|**//​Psych 263: Cognitive Neuroscience:​ Vision//**, //​Instructor and course designer//, Graduate (10 students), //Stanford Psychology Department//​| 
 +|//​2015//​|**//​Psych 202: Cognitive Neuroscience Core//**, //​Co-instructor with Sam McClure//, Graduate (28 students), //Stanford Psychology Department//​| 
 +====== Invited talks ====== 
 +|//April 21, 2003//​|**//​The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute//​** Stimulating the cognitive: Serial linkage of target selection for orienting and tracking eye movements. //Invited seminar//. San Francisco, CA| 
 +|//Sept 12, 2003//​|**//​Osaka University//​** Stimulating the cognitive: Serial linkage of target selection for orienting and tracking eye movements. //Invited seminar//. Osaka, Japan| 
 +|//Nov 28, 2003//​|**//​National Institute for Physiological Sciences//​** Contrast adaptation and the BOLD signal in early human visual cortex. //Symposium Talk//. Okazaki, Japan| 
 +|//Feb 5, 2004//​|**//​Hokkaido University//​** Horizontal shifts of contrast response curves after contrast adaptation in human visual cortex. //Invited seminar//. Sapporo Japan| 
 +|//Jan 4, 2005//​|**//​Columbia University//​** Stimulating the cognitive: Serial linkage of target selection for orienting and tracking eye movements. //Invited seminar//. New York, NY| 
 +|//Oct 6, 2005//​|**//​The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute//​** Contrast adaptation and representation in human early visual cortex. //Invited seminar//. San Francisco, CA| 
 +|//Mar 9, 2006//​|**//​Cosyne 2006 Postconference Workshop//​** High spatial resolution imaging to determine the dependence on spatial scale of classifier performance. //Post Conference Workshop//. The Canyons, Utah| 
 +|//Mar 28, 2006//​|**//​Yale University Magnetic Resonance Research Center//** Contrast adaptation and a functional baseline for BOLD activity in human early visual cortex. //Invited Seminar//. New Haven, CT| 
 +|//Oct 26, 2008//​|**//​Fall Vision Meeting//** Inferring population responses in human visual cortex with classification analysis. //Invited talk//. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY| 
 +|//May 24, 2010//​|**//​Neuroscience Research Institute, Gachon University of Medicine and Science//** Linking human visual perception to brain activity measured with fMRI. //Invited talk//. Incheon, Korea| 
 +|//Sept 27, 2010//​|**//​ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories//​** Attentional enhancement of perceptual decision making through selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex. //Invited talk//. Keihanna Science City, Kyoto| 
 +|//Oct 21, 2010//​|**//​Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Seoul National University//​** Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of human visual cortical responses. //Invited talk//. Seoul, Korea| 
 +|//Nov 26, 2010//​|**//​Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences,​ Osaka University//​** The role of selection and pooling of human visual cortical responses in attentional enhancement. //Invited talk//. Osaka, Japan| 
 +|//Jan 19, 2011//​|**//​Vision Society of Japan Meeting//** Quantitatively using measured human cortical responses to account for improved contrast discrimination performance with attention. //Invited talk//. Tokyo| 
 +|//Mar 8, 2011//​|**//​Kyoto University//​** Representation of a prior for slow speeds in human visual cortex. //Symposium talk//. International Workshop on Visual Motion Perception and its Brain Mechanism, Kyoto, Japan| 
 +|//June 14, 2011//​|**//​Nottingham University//​** Attentional enhancement through selection and pooling of visual cortical signals. //Invited Talk//. Nottingham, UK| 
 +|//June 15, 2011//​|**//​Newcastle University//​** Attentional enhancement through selection and pooling of visual cortical signals. //Invited Talk//. Newcastle, UK| 
 +|//June 16, 2011//​|**//​Royal Holloway, University of London//** Attentional enhancement through selection and pooling of visual cortical signals. //Invited Talk//. Egham, Surrey, UK| 
 +|//Dec 2, 2011//|**// 文部科学省 (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)//​** 「効率的選択」で脳は注意を向け集中を高める. //Press lecture//. Tokyo, Japan| 
 +|//Feb 1, 2012//​|**//​Osaka University//​** Statistical decision making in understanding human visual perceptual inferences. //Invited Talk//. International Symposium on the Dynamics of Biosystems and Large Scale Information Systems, Osaka, Japan| 
 +|//June 15, 2012//​|**//​Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Seoul National University//​** Biases in speed perception are encoded in human early visual cortex. //Invited talk//. Expanding Horizon of MRI in Neuroscience:​ SNU Brain Imaging Center Opening Symposium, Seoul, Korea| 
 +|//Oct 18, 2012//​|**//​Emory University//​** Spatial priors enhance behavioral performance through efficient selection of visual cortical signals. //Invited talk//. Atlanta, GA| 
 +|//Oct 19, 2012//​|**//​Harvard University//​** Human imaging of visual priors. //Symposium talk//. Cambridge, MA| 
 +|//Dec 10, 2012//|**//University of California, Berkeley//** Cortical mechanisms in humans which improve perception with prior information. //Invited talk//. Berkeley, CA| 
 +|//Dec 11, 2012//|**//UCSF//** Cortical mechanisms in humans which improve perception with prior information. //Invited talk//. San Francisco, CA| 
 +|//Dec 13, 2012//​|**//​Stanford University//​** Cortical mechanisms in humans which improve perception with prior information. //Invited talk//. Stanford, CA| 
 +|//Jan 15, 2013//​|**//​Salk Institute//​** Human cortical mechanisms which improve perception with prior information. //Invited talk//. San Diego, CA| 
 +|//Mar 13, 2013//​|**//​Stanford University//​** Efficient selection of visual information. //​Colloquium talk//. Stanford, CA| 
 +|//May, 2013//​|**//​University of Tokyo//** Human cortical mechanisms which improve perception with prior information. //Invited talk//. Tokyo, Japan| 
 +|//July, 2013//​|**//​Taiwan Mind and Brain Imaging Center, National Cheng-Chi University//​** Cortical mechanisms in humans which improve perception with prior information. //Invited symposium and workshop talks//. Taipei, Taiwan| 
 +|//Nov 29, 2013//​|**//​応用脳科学コンソーシアム,​ CAN: Consortium for Applied Neuroscience//​** 事前情報と視覚. //Invited seminar//. Tokyo, Japan| 
 +|//Jan 17, 2014//​|**//​応用脳科学コンソーシアム,​ CAN: Consortium for Applied Neuroscience//​** 視覚注意について. //CAN Academy, Invited lecture//. Tokyo, Japan| 
 +|//Mar 9, 2014//​|**//​Systems Neurobiology Spring School//** Neural mechanisms for perceptual enhancement with spatial attention. //Invited lecture//. Kyoto, Japan| 
 +|//Jun 25, 2014//​|**//​Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience//​** Efficient selection of sensory signals for attention. //Invited lecture//. Santa Barbara, CA| 
 +|//Mar 3, 2015//​|**//​International Symposium on Neural Mechanisms of Vision and Cognition//​** From contrast adaptation to efficient selection. //Invited talk//. CiNet, Osaka, Japan| 
 +|//May 15, 2015//​|**//​Vision Science Society 15th Annual Meeting//** Linking brain activity to visual attentional behavior considering multiple spatial-scales of measurement. //Symposium talk//. St. Pete Beach, FL| 
 +|//April 28, 2016//​|**//​Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science and Technology, Boston University//​** Efficient selection of visual information in human visual cortex. //Invited talk//. Boston, MA| 
 +|//June 30, 2017//​|**//​Qufu Vision Science Conference//​** Contrast adaptation in human visual cortex. //Symposium talk//. Qufu, China| 
 +|//July 4, 2017//​|**//​Tsinghua University//​** Priors and heuristics in human visual perception. //Invited talk//. Beijing, China| 
 +|//July 19, 2017//​|**//​RIKEN Brain Science Institute//​** Priors and heuristics in human visual perception. //Symposium talk//. Wako, Japan| 
 +|//July 20, 2017//​|**//​Japan Neuroscience Society Meeting//** Testing linking hypotheses for human visual perception. //Symposium talk//. Chiba, Japan| 
 +|//Aug 28, 2017//​|**//​European Conference on Visual Perception//​** Asymmetric adaptability of choice history biases in human perceptual decisions. //​Unraveling sequential dependencies in perceptual choice, Symposium talk//. Berlin, Germany| 
 +|//Sept 7, 2017//​|**//​Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour//​** Priors and heuristics in human visual perception. //Invited talk//. Nijmegen, Netherlands| 
 +|//Nov 23, 2017//​|**//​National Yang Ming University//​** Inverted encoding models of human population response conflate noise and neural tuning width. //Invited talk//. Taipei, Taiwan| 
 +|//May 4, 2018//​|**//​BrainHack Global//** Reverse-hacking the brain: Inferring neural coding properties from population measurements. //Invited speaker//. Indiana University, Bloomington,​ IN| 
 +|//July 17, 2018//​|**//​CNS*2018 Workshop on Methods of Information Theory in Computational Neuroscience//​** Optimality and heuristics for human perceptual inference. //Invited talk//. Allen Institute, Seattle, WA| 
 +|//Aug 17, 2018//​|**//​2018 IEEE EMBS International Summer School//** Inferring neural coding properties using inverted-encoding models of population response. //Invited speaker//. Beijing, China| 
 +|//Aug 18, 2018//​|**//​1st Tsinghua Social Neuroscience Symposium//​** Sensory inference through heuristic solution. //Invited speaker//. Beijing, China| 
 +|//Aug 19, 2018//​|**//​Beijing Normal University//​** Optimality and heuristics for human perceptual inference. //Invited talk//. Beijing, China| 
 +|//Aug 20, 2018//​|**//​Institute of Biophysics of Chinese Academy of Sciences//​** Optimality and heuristics for human perceptual inference. //Invited talk//. Beijing, China| 
 +|//April 19, 2019//​|**//​From Neural Activity to Behavior: Computation Modeling of the Nervous System Meeting//** Linking models for human systems neuroscience. //Symposium talk//. NIMH, Bethesda, MD| 
 +|//May 17, 2019//​|**//​Vision Science Society Annual Meeting//** Inverted encoding models reconstruct the model response, not the stimulus. //Symposium talk//. St. Pete Beach, FL| 
 +|//July 4, 2019//​|**//​Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience//​** How to use (and how not to use) inverted encoding models. //Lab session with Tommy Sprague//. Santa Barbara, CA| 
 +====== Conference Session Organizing ====== 
 +|//Mar 4, 2008//|What can functional imaging tell us about population coding in sensory systems?: Bridging computation,​ single neurons and imaging, Organizers: **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Huk, A. and Schluppeck, D. **//Cosyne Workshops, //​**Snowbird,​ Utah| 
 +|//Mar 3, 2009//​|Common computational principals of attention and decision making: can they account for unexpected observations in parietal cortex?, Organizers: Churchland, A. K., Ditterich, J. and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** **//Cosyne Workshops, //​**Snowbird,​ Utah| 
 +|//Mar 5, 2013//​|Priors in perception, decision-making and physiology, Organizers: **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** and Nienborg, H. **//Cosyne Workshops, //​**Snowbird,​ Utah| 
 +|//May 15, 2015//​|Linking behavior to different measures of cortical activity, Organizers: **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Serences, J. and Pestilli, F. **//Vision Science Society Workshops, //**St. Pete beach, FL| 
 +====== Service to Professional Organizations ====== 
 +|//Ad hoc Manuscript Review://​|Cerebral Cortex, Vision Research, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Neuron, Neuroimage, Nature Neuroscience,​ Nature, Journal of Vision, The Journal of Neuroscience,​ Journal of Neurophysiology| 
 +|//Ad hoc Grant Review://​|Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Agence Nationale de la Recherche, Wellcome Trust, Human Frontiers Research Grants| 
 +====== Specialized Training ====== 
 +|//​1997//​|**//​NSF Summer Institute in Japan Fellow//**, //Lab of Manabu Tanifuji, //RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wako, Japan| 
 +|//1998 + 2000//​|**//​Student and Teaching Assistant//​**,​ //​Computational Neuroscience:​ Vision, //Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY| 
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 +//​**Document last updated: July 08, 2019**// 
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