Selection of media coverage and videos of work by the Rutishauser lab:
2019: CBS News appearance on our research on memory (triggered by NIH BRAIN initiative press release)
2019: Youtube video of my talk at LabRoot's virtual Neuroscience 2019 conference (update on NIH Brain initiative's research on human consortium
2018: Caltech and Cedars-Sinai press release on our work on error neurons in the medial frontal cortex.
2018: Cedars-Sinai press release on our work on the sensitivity of human dopamine cells to novelty
2018: Caltech Press release on target cells
2017: Caltech Press release on memory-choice neurons in the posterior parietal cortex
2017: Cedars-Sinai press release on our new Brain Initiative consortium
2017: Caltech Press release on amygdala ambiguity coding neurons
2017: Cedars-Sinai press release on winning the PRISM prize
2017: Cedars-Sinai press release on our work on persistent activity
2017: Caltech press release on our new work on face cells in the amygdala
2015: arstechnica article summarizing our work on MTL neurons signaling memory strength and confidence
2015: CSMC press release on representation of confidence in MTL
2015: Youtube video on our finding of confidence-coding neurons in the MTL
2014: Youtube video of my talk at the Allen Institute Showcase 2014
2014: Discoveries Magazine article on our work, entitled "The sound of Musing"
2014: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center press release on representation of subjective facial emotions by individual neurons in the amygdala
2014: National Academy of Sciences Troland Award announcement
2014: CSMC press release Troland Award
2013: Caltech press release on new paper on amygdala neurons in autism
2013: CSMC press release on new paper on amygdala neurons in autism
2013: Los Angeles times article on amygdala neurons in autism
2013: University of Zurich press release on our theoretical work on computation and cognition in neuropmorphic chips.
2011: Caltech press release on the representation of faces within the human amygdala.
2010: Scientific american article describing my work ("You Must Remember This: What Makes Something Memorable?"), written by Christof Koch (2010).
2010: Reuters article on my theta phase-locking paper, which MSNBC health caried for a while (Nature, 2010), MSNBC link
2010: Discover magazine on my work with epilepsy patients
2010: Spektrum (german) article on the theta phase-locking paper (2010)
2010: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center press release on the theta work
2010: MIT Technology Review: Synchronized Brain Activity Helps Memories Form
2010: Caltech Today News on theta in the human hippocampus
2009: Nature News, article "Opening up brain surgery"
2006: HHMI press release on novelty/familiarity neurons
2006: Caltech PR/Media - novelty/familiarity neurons