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Kar 

First Name

Kohitij 

E-mail Address

kohitij@vision.rutgers.edu 

Job Title

Graduate Student 

Business Phone

973-353-3604 

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Jersey City 

Country/Region

USA 

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On the origin of my neuroscience 

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ProfessionalMemberships: Vision Sciences Society and Society for Neuroscience
 
Intern Mentoring:
Michael Frederikse, Project: Development of microsaccade detection toolbox.

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Kohitij Kar 

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Research Interests

Transcranial Stimulation of Visual Cortex, Fixational Eye Movements, Electrophysiology (Single Unit Recording ), Computational Modelling 

Moved on to

MIT (Postdoc with James DiCarlo) 

Publications

Kohitij Kar and Bart Krekelberg.Transcranial electrical stimulation over visual cortex evokes phosphenes with a retinal origin.Journal of Neurophysiology, 108(8), 2173-2178 (2012); Kohitij Kar, Bart Krekelberg.Effects of transcranial electrical stimulation on human motion detection.Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (2012); Kohitij Kar, Bart Krekelberg.Retinal and cortical effects of transcranial electric stimulation.Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (2011); Kohitij Kar, Jacob Duijnhouwer, Bart Krekelberg.Transcranial alternating current stimulation affects motion adaptation in V1 and MT neurons in awake, behaving macaques.Rhythmic Dynamics and Cognition Conference (2013); Kohitij Kar, Jacob Duijnhouwer, Bart Krekelberg.Transcranial electrical stimulation affects adaptation of MT/V5 neurons in awake, behaving macaques.Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (2013); Kohitij Kar, Jacob Duijnhouwer, Bart Krekelberg.Transcranial electrical stimulation mitigates motion adaption in V1, MT, and MST neurons of awake, behaving macaques.Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2013) 
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