Dr. Matthieu Vanni is a post-doctoral fellow from Tim Murphy’s group in the Brain Research Center at the University of British Columbia. His current research interests include functional connectivity mapping using neurophotonics approaches such as optogenetics and in vivo two-photons microscopy.
Vanni earned his PhD from the Université de Montréal and two MSc degrees in neuroscience and computer science from Ecole Normale Supérieure and Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris.
M.P. Vanni, J. Provost, C. Casanova, F. Lesage, Bimodal modulation in optical imaging continuous stimulation to map direction and binocular selectivity Neuroimage 2010; 49: 1416–1431
M.Y. Villeneuve, M.P. Vanni, C. Casanova, Modular organization in area 21a of the cat revealed by optical imaging: comparison with the primary visual cortex. Neuroscience 2009 Dec 15; 164(3): 1320-33.
M.P. Vanni, J. Provost, F. Lesage, C. Casanova, Retinotopic mapping of cat visual cortex by optical imaging: Spectral evaluation of hemodynamic response function and receptive field size of underlying neurons Journal of Neuroscience Methods 2010 May 30;189(1):138-50.
D.H. Lim, J. LeDue, M.H. Mohajerani, M.P. Vanni, Timothy H. Murphy, Optogenetic approaches for functional mouse brain mapping. Frontiers in Neuroscience, In Press
M.P. Vanni, C. Casanova, Surround Suppression Maps in the Cat Primary Visual Cortex, Frontier in Neural Circuit, In Press