Bence Ölveczky

Associate Professor of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology

Phone: 617-496-9114
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Office: Northwest Labs, 52 Oxford Street, Rm 219.30

Website: http://www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/olveczky/


The research in my lab focuses on the principles and mechanisms used by neural circuits to generate complex, learned behaviors. We are using the songbird as a model system, concentrating our efforts on understanding the process of vocal learning. By measuring from and manipulating the circuits involved in this process, we hope to arrive at a mechanistic description of how song learning is implemented by neurons and their connections.


Recent Publications


Ölveczky BP, Andalman AS and Fee MS, 2005. Vocal Experimentation in the Juvenile Songbird Requires a Basal Ganglia Circuit. PLoS Biol 3(5): e153 70:412-420.

Smallwood PM, Ölveczky BP, Williams GM, Jacobs HJ, Reese BE, Meister M and Nathans J., 2003. Genetically engineered mice with a novel class of cone photoreceptors: implications for the evolution of color vision. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 100 (20): 11706-11711

Ölveczky BP, Baccus SA and Meister M., 2003. Segregation of object and background motion in the retina. Nature 423: 401-8.

See complete publications list.

 

 

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