publications

2020

  1. Context-dependent representations of objects and space in the primate hippocampus during virtual navigation
    Gulli, Roberto A., Duong, Lyndon R., Corrigan, B W, Doucet, Guillaume, Williams, Sylvain, Fusi, Stefano, and Martinez-Trujillo, Julio C.
    Nature Neuroscience 2020
  2. Naturalistic coding of working memory in primate prefrontal cortex
    Roussy, Megan, Luna, Rogelio, Duong, Lyndon, Corrigan, Benjamin, Gulli, Roberto A., Nogueira, Ramon, Moreno-Bote, Ruben, Sachs, Adam J., Palaniyappan, Lena, and Martinez-Trujillo, Julio C.
    bioRxiv 2020
  3. The application of noninvasive, restraint-free eye-tracking methods for use with nonhuman primates
    Hopper, Lydia M., Gulli, Roberto A., Howard, Lauren H., Kano, Fumihiro, Krupenye, Christopher, Ryan, Amy M., and Paukner, Annika
    Behavior Research Methods 2020
  4. An Open Resource for Non-Human Primate Optogenetics
    (Consortium),
    Neuron 2020
  5. Modulation of local field potentials and neuronal activity in primate hippocampus during saccades
    Doucet, Guillaume, Gulli, Roberto A., Corrigan, Benjamin W., Duong, Lyndon R., and Martinez‐Trujillo, Julio C.
    Hippocampus 2020

2019

  1. Beyond metaphors and semantics: A framework for causal inference in neuroscience
    Gulli, Roberto A.
    Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2019
  2. PhD Thesis: Hippocampal function in non-human primates
    Gulli, Roberto A.
    2019

2018

  1. Customizable cap implants for neurophysiological experimentation
    Blonde, Jackson D., Roussy, Megan, Luna, Rogelio, Mahmoudian, Borna, Gulli, Roberto A., Barker, Kevin C., Lau, Jonathan C., and Martinez-Trujillo, Julio C.
    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 2018
  2. Flexible coding of memory and space in the primate hippocampus during virtual navigation
    Gulli, Roberto A., Duong, Lyndon R., Corrigan, Benjamin W., Doucet, Guillaume, Williams, Sylvain, Fusi, Stefano, and Martinez-Trujillo, Julio C.
    bioRxiv 2018

2017

  1. Characterizing eye movement behaviors and kinematics of non-human primates during virtual navigation tasks
    Corrigan, Benjamin W., Gulli, Roberto A., Doucet, Guillaume, and Martinez-Trujillo, Julio C.
    Journal of Vision 2017

2016

  1. Cross-species 3D virtual reality toolbox for visual and cognitive experiments
    Doucet, Guillaume, Gulli, Roberto A., and Martinez-Trujillo, Julio C.
    Journal of Neuroscience Methods 2016

2012

  1. Exercise restores insulin, but not adiponectin, response in skeletal muscle of high-fat fed rodents.
    Gulli, Roberto A., Tishinsky, Justine M., MacDonald, Tara, Robinson, Lindsay E., Wright, David C., and Dyck, David J.
    American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 2012
  2. Fish oil prevents high-saturated fat diet-induced impairments in adiponectin and insulin response in rodent soleus muscle.
    Tishinsky, Justine M., Gulli, Roberto A., Mullen, Kerry L., Dyck, David J., and Robinson, Lindsay E.
    American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 2012

2011

  1. Recovered insulin response by 2 weeks of leptin administration in high-fat fed rats is associated with restored AS160 activation and decreased reactive lipid accumulation.
    Stefanyk, Leslie E., Gulli, Roberto A., Ritchie, Ian R., Chabowski, Adrian, Snook, Laelie A., Bonen, Arend, and Dyck, David J.
    American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 2011
  2. A single prior bout of exercise protects against palmitate-induced insulin resistance despite an increase in total ceramide content.
    Thrush, A. Brianne, Harasim, Ewa, Chabowski, Adrian, Gulli, Roberto, Stefanyk, Leslie, and Dyck, David J.
    American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 2011
  3. Restoration of skeletal muscle leptin response does not precede the exercise-induced recovery of insulin-stimulated glucose uptake in high-fat-fed rats.
    Ritchie, Ian R. W., Gulli, Roberto A., Stefanyk, Leslie E., Harasim, Ewa, Chabowski, Adrian, and Dyck, David J.
    American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 2011

2010

  1. Oral administration of a PPAR-delta agonist to rodents worsens, not improves, maximal insulin-stimulated glucose transport in skeletal muscle of different fibers.
    Cresser, Justin, Bonen, Arend, Chabowski, Adrian, Stefanyk, Leslie E., Gulli, Roberto, Ritchie, Ian, and Dyck, David J.
    American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 2010