I am a 6th year in the Stanford University Neurosciences Ph.D. Program; I am co-advised by Liqun Luo and Karl Deisseroth, with support from the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Previously, I worked with Gilad Barnea, where I developed a technique for transsynaptic labeling and manipulation of neural circuits. I graduated from Brown University in 2013 with a degree in Applied Mathematics-Biology, where I focused on synthetic biology, engineering, and machine learning.
My current work in the Luo and Deisseroth labs is focused on neural circuits and technology development.
Richman EB *
, Luo L. "Suppressing Memories by Shrinking the Vesicle Pool" Neuron
101, 5-7 (2019) *=Corresponding author [pdf
Talay M*, Richman EB*
, Snell NJ, Hartmann GG, Fisher JD, Sorkaç A, Santoyo JF, Chou-Freed C, Nair N, Johnson M, Szymanski J, Barnea G. "Transsynaptic Mapping of Second-Order
Taste Neurons in Flies by trans-Tango." Neuron
96, 783–795 (2017) *=equal contribution [pdf
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, Yang SJ, Chan K, Gradinaru V, Deverman BE, Luo L, Deisseroth K. "Global Representations of Goal-Directed Behavior in Distinct Cell Types of Mouse Neocortex." Neuron
94, 891-907 (2017) [pdf