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Tristan Chaplin

  • PhD
  • Research Associate
  • Sainsbury-Wellcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour
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Recent publications

  • Auditory and visual motion processing and integration in the primate cerebral cortex

    • Chaplin T
    • Rosa M
    • Lui L
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  • Neuronal correlations in MT and MST impair population decoding of opposite directions of random dot motion Correspondence :

    • Chaplin T
    • Hagan M
    • Allitt B
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Professional experience

Research Associate

Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour

January 2019 - Present

Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Physiology, Monash University

January 2018 - Present

Programmer

School of Psychology and Psychiatry, Monash University

May 2010 - December 2010(7 months)

Programmer

Mining Information Systems

May 2004 - May 2010(6 years)

Education

PhD

Monash University

January 2014 - December 2017(4 years)

GradDipSc Physiology

Department of Physiology, Monash University

March 2008 - June 2010(2 years)

BSc (Hons) Computer Science

The University of Western Australia

March 2000 - June 2003(3 years)

About

I completed my undergraduate training in computer science at the University of Western Australia in 2004, and later a graduate diploma in Physiology at Monash University supervised by Dr Hsin-Hao Yu. From 2010 I worked in the laboratory of Professor Marcello Rosa on computational neuroanatomy projects. In 2017 I completed my PhD, supervised by Dr Leo Lui, examining the neurophysiology of motion perception in marmosets. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow researching visually guided behaviour, and am looking to expand my scientific skills to include disease models in order to develop a research program in systems neuroscience of neurological disorders.

Co-authors (35)

  • Hsin-Hao Yu