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Hartmann 

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Till 

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till@hms.harvard.edu 

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Till Hartmann 

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Changes of neuronal response properties of MT neurons during eye movements. 

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Harvard Medical School (Postdoc) 

Publications

Till S. Hartmann, Bart Krekelberg.Synchrony and firing rate modulation in area MT at the time of saccades.Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (2012); Bart Krekelberg, Jacob Duijnhouwer, Till S. Hartmann.Predictive Neural Signals Related to Eye Movements in Visual Cortex.European Conference on Eye Movements (2011); Till S. Hartmann, Frank Bremmer, Thomas D. Albright, and Bart Krekelberg.Receptive Field Positions in Area MT during Slow Eye Movements.Journal of Neuroscience • 31(29):10437–10444 (2011); Till S. Hartmann, Bart Krekelberg.Simple cells provide strong input to MT neurons.Cosyne Meeting (2011); Till S. Hartmann, Frank Bremmer, Bart Krekelberg.Perisaccadic Response Properties of MT Neurons.Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, 2010 (2010); Till S. Hartmann, Thomas D. Albright, Frank Bremmer, Bart Krekelberg.Changes of visual response properties in area MT due to eye.Cosyne 2009 Program (2009); Till S. Hartmann, Frank Bremmer, Thomas D. Albright, Bart Krekelberg.Receptive Field Shifts in Area MT during Smooth and Rapid Eye Movements.Journal of Vision vol. 6 no. 6 article 406 (2006); Till S. Hartmann, Bart Krekelberg, Frank Bremmer, Thomas D. Albright.Spatiotemporal Receptive Fields of MT Cells during Smooth Eye Movements.Society for Neuroscience, 2005 (2005) 
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