In press / BioRxiv
Danielle Beckman , Kristine Donis-Cox, Sean Ott, Mary Roberts, Lisa Novik, William G. Janssen, Eliza Bliss-Moreau, Peter H. Rudebeck, Mark G. Baxter, and John H. Morrison (2018) Quantitative analysis of synaptic pathology and neuroinflammation: an initial study in a female rhesus monkey model of the synaptic phase of Alzheimer′s Disease. (https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/01/19/251025)
Erin L. Rich, Frederic M. Stoll, and Peter H. Rudebeck (2018) Linking dynamic patterns of neural activity in orbitofrontal cortex with decision making. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 49:24-32 (https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1WMdV3Q9h1uvLz)
Frederic M. Stoll, Clayton P. Mosher, Sarita Tamang, Elisabeth A. Murray, and Peter H. Rudebeck (2017) Amygdala plays distinct roles on prefrontal local field potential and single neuron encoding of reward-based decisions. (http://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/04/21/129221)
James J Young, Peter H Rudebeck, Lara V Marcuse, Madeline C Fields, Ji Yeoun Yoo, Fedor Panov, Saadi Ghatan, Arash Fazl, Sarah Mandelbaum, Mark G Baxter (2017) A Theta Band Network Involving Prefrontal Cortex Unique to Human Episodic Memory. (http://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/05/19/140251.1)
Jamie Nagy, Mark G. Baxter, Christienne Damatac, Peter H. Rudebeck, and Paula L. Croxson (2017) Lack of sex differences in higher cognitive function in macaques. (http://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/06/21/153593)
Peter H. Rudebeck, Richard C. Saunders, Dawn A. Lundgren, and Elisabeth A. Murray (2017) Specialized representations of value in orbital and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex: desirability versus availability of outcomes. Neuron, 95(5): 1208-1220
Peter H. Rudebeck, Joshua A. Ripple, Andrew R. Mitz, Bruno B. Averbeck, and Elisabeth A. Murray (2017) Amygdala contributions to stimulus–reward encoding in the macaque medial and orbital frontal cortex during learning. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(8): 2186-2202
Andrew R. Mitz, Ravi V. Chako, Philip T. Putnam, Peter H. Rudebeck, and Elisabeth A. Murray (2017) Using pupil size and heart rate to infer affective states during behavioral neurophysiology and neuropsychology experiments. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 279:1-12
Alicia Izquierdo, Jonathan L. Brigman, Anna K. Radke, Peter H. Rudebeck, and Andrew Holmes (2017) The neural basis of reversal learning: An updated perspective. Neuroscience, 345:12-26
Anthony I. Jang, Vincent D. Costa, Peter H. Rudebeck, Yogita Chudasama, Elisabeth A. Murray, and Bruno B. Averbeck (2015) The role of frontal cortical and medial-temporal lobe brain areas in learning a Bayesian prior belief on reversals, Journal of Neuroscience, 35(33): 11751-11760
Clayton Mosher and Peter H. Rudebeck (2015) New tricks for an old structure: the amygdala accountant. Nature Neuroscience, 18(3): 324-5
Rudebeck, PH and Murray, E.A. (2014) The Orbitofrontal Oracle: Cortical Mechanisms for the Prediction and Evaluation of Specific Behavioral Outcomes. Neuron, 84(6):1143-1156 doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2014.10.049.
Rudebeck PH, Putnam PT, Daniels TE, Yang T, Mitz AR, Rhodes SE, Murray EA. A role for primate subgenual cingulate cortex in sustaining autonomic arousal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2014 Apr; 111(14).
Tianming Yang, Rachel Bavley, Kevin Fomalont, Kevin Blomstrom, Andrew R Mitz, Janita Turchi, Peter H Rudebeck and Elisabeth A Murray (2014) Contributions of the hippocampus and entorhinal cortex to rapid associative learning in rhesus monkeys. Hippocampus, doi: 10.1002/hipo.22294.
Peter H Rudebeck, Philip T Putnam, Teresa E Daniels, Tianming Yang, Andrew R Mitz, Sarah EV Rhodes and Elisabeth A Murray (2014) A role for primate subgenual cingulate cortex in sustaining autonomic arousal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 111(14): 5391-6.
Peter H Rudebeck, Andrew R Mitz, Ravi V Chacko and Elisabeth A Murray (2013) Effects of amygdala lesions on reward-value coding in orbital and medial prefrontal cortex. Neuron, 80(6): 1519-31.
Peter H Rudebeck, Richard C Saunders, Anna T. Prescott, Lily S. Chau and Elisabeth A Murray (2013) Prefrontal mechanisms of emotion, value and behavioural flexibility. Nature Neuroscience, 16(8): 1140-5.
Elisabeth A Murray and Peter H Rudebeck (2013) Strive to drive: goal generation based on current needs. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 7: 112.
Alicia Izquierdo, Chelsi Darling, Nic Manos, Hilda Pozos, Charissa Kim, Serena Ostrander, Victor Cazares, Haley Stepp, Peter H Rudebeck (2013) Basolateral amygdala lesions facilitate and orbitofrontal cortex lesions impair responses after negative feedback in rats. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(9): 4105-9.
Yogita Chudasama, Teresa E Daniels, Daniel P Gorrin, Sarah EV Rhodes, Peter H Rudebeck, and Elisabeth A Murray (2013) Anterior cingulate cortex lesions in rhesus monkeys fail to disrupt choices guided by changes in reward value and reward contingency. Cerebral Cortex, 23(12): 2884-98.
Peter H Rudebeck and Elisabeth A Murray (2011) Balkanizing the primate orbitofrontal cortex: distinct subregions for comparing and contrasting values. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1239(1): 1-13.
Mark E. Walton, Timothy E. J. Behrens, Peter H. Rudebeck, & Matthew F. S. Rushworth (2011) Cingulate and orbitofrontal contributions to valuing knowns and unknowns in a changeable world. Attention & Performance XXIII: Decision Making. OUP, Oxford.
Peter H Rudebeck and Elisabeth A Murray (2011) Dissociable effects of subtotal lesions within the macaque orbitofrontal cortex on reward-guided behaviour. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(29): 10569-10578.
2010 and before
MaryAnn P Noonan, Jerome Sallet, Peter H Rudebeck, Mark J Buckley, Matthew F Rushworth (2010) Does the medial orbitofrontal cortex have a role in social valuation? European Journal of Neuroscience, 31(12): 2341-51
Mark E Walton, Timothy E Behrens, Mark J Buckley, Peter H Rudebeck and Matthew FS Rushworth (2010) Separable learning systems in the macaque brain and the role of orbitofrontal cortex in contingent learning. Neuron, 65(6): 927-39
Timothy Y Mariano, Mark G Baxter, Stephen B McHugh, Mark E Walton, Sarah R Rudebeck, Peter H Rudebeck, Matthew F Rushworth, J Nicholas Rawlins, Thomas G Campbell, David M Bannerman (2009) Impulsive choice in hippocampal but not orbitofrontal cortex-lesioned rats on a non-spatial decision making maze task. European Journal of Neuroscience, 30(3): 472-84
Peter H Rudebeck, Timothy E Behrens, Steven W Kennerley, Mark G Baxter, Mark J Buckley, Mark E Walton, and Matthew F Rushworth (2008) Frontal cortex subregions play distinct roles in choices between actions and stimuli. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(51): 13775-85
Peter H Rudebeck, David M Bannerman, Matthew F Rushworth (2008) The contribution of distinct subregions of ventromedial frontal cortex to emotion, social behavior and decision-making. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience 8 (4): 485-497
Peter H Rudebeck, Elisabeth A Murray (2008) Amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex lesions differentially influence choices during object reversal learning. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(33): 8338–8343
Peter H Rudebeck, Mark E Walton, Benjamin HP Millette, Elizabeth Shirley, Matthew F Rushworth, David M Bannerman (2007) Distinct contributions of frontal areas to emotion and social behaviour. European Journal of Neuroscience, 26(8): 2315-26
Mark E Walton, Peter H Rudebeck, David M Bannerman, & Matthew F S Rushworth (2007) Calculating the cost of acting in the prefrontal cortex. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1104: 340-56
Matthew FS Rushworth, Timothy EJ Behrens, Peter H Rudebeck and Mark E Walton (2007) Contrasting roles for cingulate and orbitofrontal cortex in decisions and social behaviour. Trends in Cognitive Science, 11(4): 168-76
Peter H Rudebeck, Mark J Buckley, Mark E Walton and Matthew F Rushworth (2006) A role for the macaque anterior cingulate gyrus in social valuation. Science, 313(5791): 1310-2
Peter H Rudebeck, Mark E Walton, Angharad N Smyth, David B Bannerman, Matthew F Rushworth (2006) Separate neural pathways process different decision costs. Nature Neuroscience, 9(9): 1161-8
Narender Ramnani, Timothy EJ Behrens, Heidi Johansen-Berg, Marlene C Richter, Mark A Pinsk, Jesper LR Andersson, Peter Rudebeck, Olga Ciccarelli, Wolfgang Richter, Alan J Thompson, Charles G Gross, Mark D Robson, Sabine Kastner and Paul M Matthews (2005) The evolution of prefrontal inputs to the cortico-pontine system: Diffusion imaging evidence from macaque monkeys and humans. Cerebral Cortex, 16(6): 811-8
Meet the Team
Megan E. Young, PhD
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Frederic M Stoll, PhD
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News, Funding, Job Opportunities
November, 2017 PhD rotation student Danilo Perez joins the lab
November, 2017 Megan (Young), Fred, and Megan (Fredericks) present at the 2017 Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington, DC
November, 2017 Pete wins the Janine Rosenberg Trubach Career Development Award from the Society for Neuroscience
November, 2017 Rudebeck Lab Escape the room!
September, 2017 PhD rotation students Joe Simon and Megan Fredericks as well as PREP student Khadijah Crawford join the lab
July, 2017 Rudebeck Lab conquer Bear Mountain!
01/15/2016 – 01/14/2018 Young Investigator Award Brain (Rudebeck, PI)
Behavior Research Foundation
Title: The Neurophysiology of Anhedonia
Goal: To determine how neural activity in a circuit linking prefrontal cortex and
limbic system is related to the anticipation of reward.
07/01/2016 – 3/31/2021 R01MH110822 (Rudebeck, PI)
NIMH Biobehavioral Research Awards for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS)
Title: A new approach to the role of prefrontal-limbic circuits in anxiety disorders.
Goal: To determine the mechanistic and causal basis of how the brain processes
information about the potential for both negative and positive events to occur.
03/24/2017 – 02/28/2019 R21MH112539 (Rudebeck,PI)
Title: Neural mechanisms of social affect induction
Goal: To determine how inducing temporally extended affective states in macaque
monkeys affects activity in circuits linking prefrontal cortex and limbic system.
02/2017 – 02/2018 Rosen Family Scholar
Friedman Brain Institute Scholars
Title: Neural mechanisms of human higher cognitive function
Goal: This project aims to determine the patterns of neural activity, both single
neuron and local field potentials, that support working memory in humans.
There are no specific positions that we are looking to recruit for at the moment, but we are always looking for talented MSc, PhD students, and postdocs to join the lab, so please get in contact.