Key Publications: Andrew Lin

Andrew Lin

Key Publications

1: Abdelrahman, N.Y., Vasilaki, E., Lin, A.C. (2021). Compensatory variability in network parameters enhances memory performance in the Drosophila mushroom body. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118, e2102158118

2: Manneschi, L., Lin, A.C., Vasilaki, E. (2021). SpaRCe: Improved learning of reservoir computing systems through sparse representations. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems.

3: Manneschi, L., Ellis, M., Gigante, G., Lin, A.C., del Giudice, P., Vasilaki, E. (2021). Exploiting multiple timescales in hierarchical echo state networks. Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 6, 76.

4: Amin, H., Apostolopoulou, A.A., Suárez-Grimalt, R., Vrontou, E., Lin, A.C. (2020). Local inhibition in the Drosophila mushroom body. eLife, 9, e56954

5: Apostolopoulou, A.A., Lin, A.C. (2020). Mechanisms underlying homeostatic plasticity in the Drosophila mushroom body in vivo. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117, 16606-15.

6: Mittal, A.M., Gupta, D., Singh, A., Lin, A.C., Gupta, N. (2020). Multiple network properties overcome random connectivity to enable stereotypic sensory responses. Nature Communications, 11, 1023.

7: Bielopolski, N., Amin, H.#, Apostolopoulou, A.A.#, Rozenfeld, E.#, Lerner, H., Huetteroth, W., Lin, A.C.*, Parnas, M.* (2019). Inhibitory muscarinic acetylcholine receptors enhance aversive olfactory learning in adult Drosophila. eLife, 8, e48624. #,* equal contribution

8: Amin, H., Lin, A.C. (2019). Neuronal mechanisms underlying innate and learned olfactory processing in Drosophila. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 36, 9-17.

9: Pavlou, H.J., Lin, A.C., Neville, M.G., Nojima, T., Diao, F., Chen, B.E., White, B.H., Goodwin, S.F. (2016). Sensorimotor and local inhibitory circuits coordinate male copulatory behaviors. eLife, 5, e20713. Comment in: Levine, J. (2016). The circuitry of sex. eLife, 5, e22215.

10: Lin, A.C., Bygrave, A.M., de Calignon, A., Lee, T., Miesenböck, G. (2014). Sparse, decorrelated odor coding in the mushroom body enhances learned odor discriminationNature Neuroscience, 17, 559-68.