“Dopaminergic contributions to Vocal Learning” by Lukas Hoffmann, Varun Saravanan, Lyndie Wood (graduate students), Li He (Emory Dept. of Opthamology), and Sam Sober is published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
“Universal mechanisms of sound production and control in birds and mammals” by Kyle Srivastava (graduate student) Sam Sober, and 10 other coauthors is published in Nature Communications.
David Nicholson (graduate student) is selected to join the Mu circle of Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society “in recognition of his academic achievement, commitment to service, and demonstrated leadership.” Congrats David!
The lab dominates the departmental chili cook-off, sweeping both the carnivorous and vegetarian divisions (thanks to chefs Conor and David).
“Multifunctional and Context-Dependent Control of Vocal Acoustics by Individual Muscles” Kyle Srivastava (graduate student) Coen Elemans, and Sam Sober is published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
Lukas Hoffmann (graduate student) wins the Graduate Program in Biology Academic and Professional Achievement Award. Congrats Lukas!
“Variations on a theme: Songbirds, variability, and sensorimotor error correction” by Ben Kuebrich (graduate student) and Sam Sober is published in Neuroscience as part of a special issue on the contributions of different model organisms to neuroscience research.
The lab is awarded a 3-year research grant from the National Science Foundation.
Lyndie Wood (graduate student) is awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations Lyndie!
Students from the lab visit Kittredge Elementary School and demonstrate visuomotor adaptation.