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Featured Publications

Sheffield MEJ, Dombeck DA (2019). Dendritic mechanisms of hippocampal place field formation.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 54:1-11.

Poulin J-F, Caronia G, Hofer C, Cui Q, Helm B, Ramakrishnan C, Chan CS, Dombeck DA, Deisseroth K, Awatramani R (2018). Mapping projections of molecularly defined dopamine neuron subtypes using intersectional genetic approachesNature Neuroscience, 21:1260-1271.

Patriarchi T, Cho JR, Merten K, Howe MW, Marley A, Xiong WH, Folk RW, Broussard GJ, Liang R, Jang MJ, Zhong H, Dombeck DA, Zastrow MV, Nimmerjahn A, Gradinaru V, Williams JT, Tian L (2018). Ultrafast neuronal imaging of dopamine dynamics with designed genetically encoded sensors.  Science.

Radvansky BA, Dombeck DA (2018). An olfactory virtual reality system for mice.  Nature Communications, 9, 839.

Sheffield, ME, Adoff MD, Dombeck DA ​(2017). Increased Prevalence of Calcium Transients across the Dendritic Arbor during Place Field Formation.  Neuron, 96, 490–504.

Howe MW, Dombeck DA. (2016). Rapid signaling in distinct dopaminergic axons during locomotion and reward​.  Nature, 535, 505-510.

Sheffield MEJ, Dombeck DA (2015). Calcium transient prevalence across the dendritic arbour predicts place field properties.  Nature, 517, 200-204.

Heys JG, Rangarajan KV, Dombeck DA (2014). The functional micro-organization of grid cells revealed by cellular-resolution imaging.  Neuron, 84, 1079-90.

Dombeck DA, Reiser MB (2012). Real neuroscience in virtual worlds.  Curr Opin Neurobiol, 22, 3-10.

Dombeck DA, Harvey CD, Tian L, Looger LL, Tank DW (2010). Functional imaging of hippocampal place cells at cellular resolution during virtual navigation.  Nat Neurosci, 13(11), 1433-1440.

Harvey CD, Collman F, Dombeck DA, Tank DW (2009). Intracellular dynamics of hippocampal place cells during virtual navigation.  Nature, Oct 15;461(7266):941-6.

Dombeck DA, Khabbaz AN, Collman F, Adelman TL, Tank DW (2007). Imaging large-scale neural activity with cellular resolution in awake, mobile mice.  Neuron, Oct 4;56(1):43-57.