Sheffield Lab

Revealing the brain mechanisms of memory

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Sheffield, M.E., Adoff M. D., Dombeck D. A. Increased prevalence of calcium transients across the dendritic arbor during place field formation. Neuron 96, 490-504 (2017).

 

Sheffield, M.E. & Dombeck, D.A. The binding solution? Nat Neurosci 18, 1060-1062 (2015). News and Views.

 

Sheffield, M.E. & Dombeck, D.A. Calcium transient prevalence across the dendritic arbour predicts place field properties. Nature 517, 200-204 (2015). (recommended by Faculty of 1000).

 

Research Highlight on: Calcium transient prevalence across the dendritic arbour predicts place field properties: Yates, D. Dendrites: regenerating space. Nat Rev Neurosci 15, 766 (2014).

 

Sheffield, M.E., Edgerton, G.B., Heuermann, R.J., Deemyad, T., Mensh, B.D., Spruston, N. Mechanisms of retroaxonal barrage firing in hippocampal interneurons. J Physiol 591, 4793-4805 (2013).

 

Sheffield, M.E., Best, T.K., Mensh, B.D., Kath, W.L. & Spruston, N. Slow integration leads to persistent action potential firing in distal axons of coupled interneurons. Nat Neurosci 14, 200-207 (2011). (recommended by Faculty of 1000).

           

News and Views on: Slow integration leads to persistent action potential firing in distal axons of coupled interneurons Connors, B.W. & Ahmed, O.J. Integration and autonomy in axons. Nat Neurosci 14, 128-130 (2011).