Woojae and Seolmin published a paper titled “Predicting Trial-By-Trial Variation in Oculomotor Behavior Using Multivariate Electroencephalography Theta Phase” at IEEE Access through a collaboration with Dr. Yee-Joon Kim from IBS center for cognition and sociality. This study investigated the neural origin of timing and direction variability in oculomotor behavior using a novel multivariate pattern analysis technique.
Joonyeol published a paper titled “The neural basis for response latency in a sensory-motor behavior” at Cerebral Cortex. This study revealed the role of local field potential in frontal eye field smooth eye movement region (FEFsem) on the smooth pursuit latency variation.
Our new paper titled “Effect of prior direction expectation on the accuracy and precision of smooth pursuit eye movements” by Seolmin Kim and Jeongjun Park is published at Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience.
Woojae and Jeongjun presented posters at 2019 Society for Neuroscience Conference, held October 19-23 in Chicago, IL.
and had a great dinner at Chicago!
Jeongjun and Woojae presented posters at IBS Conference on Neuroimaging, held October 11-12 in Suwon, KOREA.
Jeongjun presented a poster at 10th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, held September 21-25 in DAEGU, KOREA.
Our new paper titled “Motion direction representation in multivariate electroencephalography activity for smooth pursuit eye movements” is published at NeuroImage. This study revealed a neural representational dynamics of motion direction in smooth pursuit eye movements. Woojae and Seolmin contributed to this study.
Mooyoung and Byeongjae finished a month of lab life, as a part of CNIR Summer Internship. They successfully conducted an experiment and presented a poster that studied the effect of temporal and directional expectations on the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements, under the guidance of Joonsik and Jeongjun. Congratulations!!
I organized a session in KSBN 2017 annual meeting, and invited Tianming Yang from Shanghai Institute for Biological Sciences as a speaker. His talk was fantastic!
Seolmin and Woojae presented at Annual meeting of Society for Neuroscience 2017, held November 11-15 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., USA.
Afterwards, we had dinner together with Dr. Incheol Kang, who is working with NHP at NIH now.