SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Falkner, A.L , Tremblay RD, Schmitt, I, Rudy B, Halassa, M.& Lin D. (2018) A hypothalamic to
midbrain circuit transforms aggressive motivation to aggressive action. (in prep).

Hashikawa Y, Hashikawa K, Falkner AL, Lin D. (2017) Ventromedial Hypothalamus and the Generation of Aggression.  Front Syst Neurosci. 2017 Dec 20;11:94. [pdf]

Falkner AL, Grosenick,L, Davidson, T, Deisseroth, K, & Lin D, (2016). Hypothalamic control of male

aggression-seeking behavior. Nature Neuroscience. Apr;19(4):596-604. [pdf]

Zhang, W, Falkner AL, Krishna BS, Goldberg ME, & Miller KD. (2016). Coupling between one dimensional

networks reconciles conflicting dynamics in LIP and reveals its recurrent circuitry. Neuron.

2016 Dec 5. S0896-6273(16)30861-3. [pdf]  

Hashigawa, K, Hashigawa, Y, Falkner AL, Lin D. (2016) The neural circuits of mating and fighting in

male mice. Current Biology. 38:27-37. [pdf]

Falkner AL, Lin D. (2014) Recent advances in understanding the role of the hypothalamic circuit during

aggression. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience; 8:168. [pdf]

Falkner, AL, Dollar, P, Perona, P, Anderson DJ, & Lin, D (2014) Decoding the ventromedial

hypothalamic neural activity during male mouse aggression. Journal of Neuroscience. 34(17):5971-84. [pdf]

Falkner, A.L, Goldberg, M.E & Krishna, B.S. (2013). Spatial representation and cognitive

modulation of response variability in the LIP priority map. Journal of Neuroscience. 33(41):16117-

30. [pdf]

Falkner, A.L., Krishna, B.S. & Goldberg, M.E. (2010). Surround suppression sharpens the

priority map in LIP. Journal of Neuroscience. 30(38):12787-97. [pdf]

 

Blackman, D., Falkner A.L. (2021) Balancing anxiety and social desire. Nature Neuroscience, News and Views. (in press)

Talmo D. Pereira , Nathaniel Tabris , Junyu Li , Shruthi Ravindranath , Eleni S. Papadoyannis , Z. Yan Wang, David M. Turner , Grace McKenzie-Smith , Sarah D. Kocher, Annegret L. Falkner, Joshua W. Shaevitz , Mala Murthy (2020).  SLEAP: Multi-animal pose tracking.  bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.31.276246

Falkner, A.L., Krishna, B.S. & Goldberg, M.E. (2010). Surround suppression sharpens the

priority map in LIP. Journal of Neuroscience. 30(38):12787-97. [pdf]

Falkner, A.L, Goldberg, M.E & Krishna, B.S. (2013). Spatial representation and cognitive

modulation of response variability in the LIP priority map. Journal of Neuroscience. 33(41):16117-

30. [pdf]

Falkner, AL, Dollar, P, Perona, P, Anderson DJ, & Lin, D (2014) Decoding the ventromedial

hypothalamic neural activity during male mouse aggression. Journal of Neuroscience. 34(17):5971-84. [pdf]

Falkner AL, Lin D. (2014) Recent advances in understanding the role of the hypothalamic circuit during

aggression. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience; 8:168. [pdf]

Hashigawa, K, Hashigawa, Y, Falkner AL, Lin D. (2016) The neural circuits of mating and fighting in

male mice. Current Biology. 38:27-37. [pdf]

Zhang, W, Falkner AL, Krishna BS, Goldberg ME, & Miller KD. (2016). Coupling between one dimensional

networks reconciles conflicting dynamics in LIP and reveals its recurrent circuitry. Neuron.

2016 Dec 5. S0896-6273(16)30861-3. [pdf]  

Falkner AL, Grosenick,L, Davidson, T, Deisseroth, K, & Lin D, (2016). Hypothalamic control of male

aggression-seeking behavior. Nature Neuroscience. Apr;19(4):596-604. [pdf]

Hashikawa Y, Hashikawa K, Falkner AL, Lin D. (2017) Ventromedial Hypothalamus and the Generation of Aggression.  Front Syst Neurosci. 2017 Dec 20;11:94. [pdf]

Falkner, A. L., Wei, D., Song, A., Watsek, L. W., Chen, I., Chen, P., Feng, J. E., & Lin, D. (2020). Hierarchical Representations of Aggression in a Hypothalamic-Midbrain Circuit. Neuron. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2020.02.014

Carcea I, López N, Marlin B, Ooyama R, Mendoza Navarro JM, Opendak M, Diaz VE, Schuster L, Alvarado Torres MI, Lethin H, Ramos D, Mendoza D, Hidema S,  Falkner  AL, Lin D, Mar A, Wadghiri YZ, Nishimori K, Kikusui T, Mogi K, Sullivan RM,  & Froemke RC. (2019) Oxytocin Neurons Enable Social Transmission of Maternal Behavior.  bioRxiv. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1101/845495