Margaret Livingstone, Harvard Medical School
Margaret Livingstone is the Takeda Professor of Neurobiology in the Blavatnik Institute of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School. Livingstone has long been interested in how tuning properties of individual neurons can be clustered at a gross level in the brain. The lab began by looking at the parallel processing of different kinds of visual information, going back and forth between human psychophysics, anatomical interconnectivity of modules in the primate brain, and single unit receptive-field properties.
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