BENJAMIN R. KANTER

Neuroscientist interested in learning and memory


                   
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March 18, 2019

Second exercise from Massive Science is live! One Concept, Five Audiences: Mechanisms of hippocampal remapping


March 16, 2019

Check out my first writing exercise for Massive Science where I summarize the latest findings from the Knierim lab. You don't need a FitBit. There's an activity tracker in your brain.


March 10, 2019

I recently became a member of the Massive Science Consortium to improve my writing skills and to connect with their great community. Keep an eye out for my posts there (@beneuroscience) and I'll also share my published stories here and on Twitter.

I posted copies of my papers above ☝️ for those without access. Reminder that to get behind the pay wall just email the authors. They can (and will be delighted to) provide you with their papers.


March 4, 2019

Added Twitter feed to the home page.


March 2, 2019

Added a link to my GitHub page above ☝️ which has 2 toolboxes for analyzing electrophyisiology data in freely-moving animals. Please harvest any bits and pieces that are useful to you.

I also added a gallery to share fun pictures from the lab.


March 1, 2019

Bruce McNaughton and Freyja Ólafsdóttir have agreed to be opponents for my PhD defense! Now just publish a few papers, write my thesis, welcome our daughter into the world, and maybe buy our first home before October. No problem.


January 14, 2019

Christy and I have accepted postdocs in the Moser lab starting in 2020! Can't wait to embark on a new line of research and excited to raise our little girl in beautiful Norway.


December 15, 2018

Website is born!