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Marshall Shuler Laboratory

Marshall Shuler, Ph.D.

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Marshall Shuler, Ph.D.

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The Marshall Shuler Laboratory aims to understand the means by which brain reward systems convey reward value, expectancy, quality, probability and utility, and the rules by which such activity is used to affect synaptic weight within brain networks to encode stimulus-action associations. We use an interdisciplinary approach combining multisite recordings of neural activity, targeted pharmacological manipulation, viral-mediated gene transfer and behavior to study the neural mechanisms of reward-based interval learning in the primary visual cortex.

Research Areas: neural circuits, reward-based systems, brain, vision, pharmacology

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