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Tom Davidson

  • Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Bioengineering Dept., Stanford University
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  • 4

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Research Interests

Optogenetics learning and memory neuroethology

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  • Melissa Warden

    Melissa Warden Cornell University

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  • Melissa Warden

    Melissa Warden Cornell University

Publications

Hippocampal replay of extended experience.

  • Davidson T
  • Kloosterman F
  • Wilson M
Neuron (2009)
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Micro-drive Array for Chronic in vivo Recording: Drive Fabrication

  • Kloosterman F
  • Davidson T
  • Gomperts S
  • Layton S
  • Hale G
  • Nguyen D
  • Wilson M
Journal of Visualized Experiments (2009)
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Micro-drive Array for Chronic in vivo Recording: Tetrode Assembly

  • Nguyen D
  • Layton S
  • Hale G
  • Gomperts S
  • Davidson T
  • Kloosterman F
  • Wilson M
Journal of Visualized Experiments (2009)
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Highly efficient small interfering RNA delivery to primary mammalian neurons induces MicroRNA-like effects before mRNA degradation.

  • Davidson T
  • Harel S
  • Arboleda V
  • Prunell G
  • Shelanski M
  • Greene L
  • Troy C
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience (2004)
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Professional experience

Postdoctoral Fellow

Bioengineering Dept., Stanford University

October 2009

Education history

Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Ph. D.

September 2002 - August 2009 (7 years)