PICS faculty member Danielle S Bassett publishes “Stability of spontaneous, correlated activity in mouse auditory cortex”

Danielle S. Bassett

Danielle S. Bassett
Eduardo D. Glandt Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Bioengineering & Electrical and Systems Engineering 

Professor Danielle S. Bassett, Eduardo D. Glandt Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of Bioengineering & Electrical and Systems Engineering, with four other authors, has published a paper in bioRxiv titled: “Stability of Spontaneous, Correlated Activity in Mouse Auditory Cortex.”

Using mathematical tools from network science and graph theory
Professor Danielle S. Basset models the neural system as a complex network using linked nodes to create structural and functional connections to better understand its function.   

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