Katherine Nagel, PhD

Neuroscience Institute

Assistant Professor, Department of Neuroscience and Physiology

Keywords
systems, cognitive, & computational neuroscience
Summary

The Nagel lab uses the fruit fly Drosophila to study how the brain transforms sensory stimuli into motor actions, in particular how neural circuits combine stimuli of different modalities to generate purposeful goal-directed movement.  We use a combination of quantitative behavior, whole-cell 
electrophysiology, genetic manipulations, and computational modeling to investigate this question at behavioral, algorithmic, circuit, and synaptic levels.
For more information please see our lab website: http://www.nagellab.com/

Phone

646-501-4556

Fax

212-263-9170

Academic office

Science Building, 435 East 30th Street

11th Floor, Room 1102

New York, NY 10016

Lab Website
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Assistant Professor, Department of Neuroscience and Physiology

PhD from University of California, San Francisco

Álvarez-Salvado, Efrén; Licata, Angela M; Connor, Erin G; McHugh, Margaret K; King, Benjamin Mn; Stavropoulos, Nicholas; Victor, Jonathan D; Crimaldi, John P; Nagel, Katherine I

eLife. 2018 Aug 21; 7:

Boie, Sebastian D; Connor, Erin G; McHugh, Margaret; Nagel, Katherine I; Ermentrout, G Bard; Crimaldi, John P; Victor, Jonathan D

PLoS computational biology. 2018 Jul 10; 14(7):e1006275-e1006275

Fulterer, Andreas; Andlauer, Till F M; Ender, Anatoli; Maglione, Marta; Eyring, Katherine; Woitkuhn, Jennifer; Lehmann, Martin; Matkovic-Rachid, Tanja; Geiger, Joerg R P; Walter, Alexander M; Nagel, Katherine I; Sigrist, Stephan J

Cell reports. 2018 May 01; 23(5):1259-1274

Nagel, Katherine I; Wilson, Rachel I

Journal of neuroscience. 2016 Apr 13; 36(15):4325-4338

Nagel, Katherine I; Hong, Elizabeth J; Wilson, Rachel I

Nature neuroscience. 2015 Jan; 18(1):56-65

Gaudry, Quentin; Nagel, Katherine I; Wilson, Rachel I

Current opinion in neurobiology. 2012 Apr; 22(2):216-222

Sharpee, Tatyana O; Nagel, Katherine I; Doupe, Allison J

Journal of neurophysiology. 2011 Oct; 106(4):1841-1861

Nagel, Katherine; Kim, Gunsoo; McLendon, Helen; Doupe, Allison

Hearing research. 2011 Mar; 273(1-2):123-133