- Lab member: 2021-
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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
London SW7 2AZ
Marcus Ghosh is a Research Fellow funded by the Paris Region Fellowship Programme. He works on spiking neural network models of multisensory integration in larval zebrafish. He carries out corresponding experimental work in the group of Volker Bormuth.
This is a short preview of the publications from other sources (ORCID, Semantic Scholar). Note that publications from work done outside the Neural Reckoning group are included in this list.
- Hellen Weinschutz Mendes, et al. (2023)
High-throughput functional analysis of autism genes in zebrafish identifies convergence in dopaminergic and neuroimmune pathways
- Dale Bryant, et al. (2020)
Diverse species-specific phenotypic consequences of loss of function sorting nexin 14 mutations
- Marcus Ghosh, Jason Rihel (2020)
Hierarchical Compression Reveals Sub-Second to Day-Long Structure in Larval Zebrafish Behavior
- Tim G. Ashlin, Nicholas J. Blunsom, Marcus Ghosh, Shamshad Cockcroft, Jason Rihel (2018)
Pitpnc1a Regulates Zebrafish Sleep and Wake Behavior through Modulation of Insulin-like Growth Factor Signaling.
- Ellen J. Hoffman, et al. (2016)
Estrogens Suppress a Behavioral Phenotype in Zebrafish Mutants of the Autism Risk Gene, CNTNAP2
- Jason Rihel, Marcus Ghosh (2016)
Drug Discovery and Evaluation: Pharmacological Assays
- Pedro Martin-Cabrera, et al. (2015)
Clinical use of low haemoglobin density, transferrin saturation, bone marrow morphology, Perl's stain and other plasma markers in the identification of treatable anaemia presenting for cardiac surgery in a prospective cohort study
Journal of Clinical Pathology
- Matthew Hung, et al. (2014)
A prospective observational cohort study to identify the causes of anaemia and association with outcome in cardiac surgical patients