DEEPFAKES AND SYNTHETIC MICE HELP NEUROSCIENTISTS UNDERSTAND BEHAVIOUR
A team of researchers led by DMCBH member Dr. Tim Murphy has created a synthetic animated mouse which can be used to train machine learning algorithms to analyze animal behaviour, the details of which were published this week in Nature Methods.
“Brain Damage Occurs Within Minutes From The Onset Of A Stroke, Study Reveals”: Science Daily
February 19, 2008: “Scientists at the Brain Research Centre at the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute have found that harmful changes to the brain’s synaptic connections occur within the first three minutes following a stroke.”
“Mild Tactile Stimulation Completely Protects Against Stroke in Rat Model”: Neurology Today
January 6, 2011: Dr. Murphy’s commentary on Ron Frostig’s lab’s work using sensory stimulation to restore blood flow.
“A Globe and Mail article about the connectome featuring the Murphy lab. Published January 11, 2013.”