Becoming a more open scientist

Over the past few months, I became increasingly aware that I wasn't be as open with my research as I could be. Sure, all my articles are openly available, including preprints of some of my work. But I also advocate for sharing code and data, and until now, I hadn't done either. That changes today.... Continue Reading →

Making motor neurons spike sooner and faster

Part V of the “Help me decide…” series. See parts I, II, III, and IV. In the last post in this series, I wrote about the excitability of neurons. What does it mean to say a neuron is excitable, or that a neuron's excitability changes due to an experimental manipulation? I showed an example of the Electrical Knock-In (EKI)... Continue Reading →

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