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In the Motion Vision group we use hoverflies to understand how the nervous system codes visual information. We use a range of techniques, such as electrophysiology of single neurons in the fly nervous system, quantitative behavior, free flight experiments, and field site measurements. Our neuroethological approach allows us to use behaviorally relevant stimuli in more controlled laboratory experiments.
PhD, Lund University, 2003
MSc, Uppsala University, 1999
Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education), The University of Adelaide, 2008
Future Fellowship, ARC, 2019 - 2023
Research Fellowship, Swedish Research Council, 2009 – 2012
Research Fellowship, ARC, 2008-2010
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Swedish Research Council, 2005 – 2006
My primary research interest in understanding the neural computations underlying motion vision in small brains. You can read more about our research by following the link to our lab's homepage.
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