The fellow’s main research project would be part of a recently funded 4-year BRAIN Initiative grant. Successful applicants will use nonhuman primate behavior, electrophysiological recordings, fMRI, and chemogenetics to investigate the casual relationship between neuronal activity and functional resting state connectivity patterns. We will address this question in a limbic-prefrontal pathway as emerging data suggests dissociations between neural activity and fMRI in limbic structures.
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