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NEURONS IN MOUSE INFERIOR COLLICULUS COLOUR CODED FOR FREQUENCY PREFERENCE


Barnstedt, Keating, Weissenberger, King, Dahmen (2015)

VISUAL RECEPTIVE FIELDS OF THALAMOCORTICAL BOUTONS


Roth, Dahmen, Muir, Imhof, Martini, Hofer (2016)

NEURONS IN MOUSE INFERIOR COLLICULUS COLOUR CODED FOR FREQUENCY PREFERENCE


Barnstedt, Keating, Weissenberger, King, Dahmen (2015)

Visual receptive fields of thalamocortical boutons


Roth, Dahmen, Muir, Imhof, Martini, Hofer (2016)

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VISUAL RECEPTIVE FIELDS OF THALAMOCORTICAL BOUTONS


Roth, Dahmen, Muir, Imhof, Martini, Hofer (2016)

Johannes Dahmen

DPhil, MSc, Dipl, BSc


Senior Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Auditory and Visual Neuroscience


I obtained undergraduate degrees from the University of London, Goldsmiths College (BSc) and the University of Düsseldorf (Diplom) and an MSc and DPhil (Supervisor: Andy King) from the University of Oxford. As a Postdoc I worked with Sonja Hofer at University College London before returning to Oxford and the Auditory Neuroscience Group.

Using psychophysical, anatomical, genetic and imaging tools I hope to improve our understanding of the mouse visual and auditory system and the computations going on within these circuits as animals perceive and engage with their sensory environment. Currently, I spend most of my time working on thalmocortical circuits and the corticocollicular pathway.  

Thalamic axons in mouse auditory cortex


Vasquez-Lopez, Weissenberger, Keating, King, Dahmen

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Neurons in mouse inferior colliculus colour coded for frequency preference


Barnstedt, Keating, Weissenberger, King, Dahmen (2015)

Courses

Doctoral Training Centre Degrees