Dr Johan Carlin
Dr Johan Carlin is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.
I work on scientific software development and MRI support as part of the CBU Methods group. I am particularly interested in developing software for reproducible, open, and massively distributed science, as well as analysis methods for multivariate pattern decoding and eye tracking.
I combine this methods work with basic research into visual recognition, attention, and decision-making.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Associated News Items
Zhang J, Kriegeskorte N, Carlin JD, Rowe JB (2013), “Choosing the rules: distinct and overlapping frontoparietal representations of task rules for perceptual decisions.” J Neurosci 33(29):11852-62 Details
Carlin JD, Calder AJ (2012), “The neural basis of eye gaze processing.” Curr Opin Neurobiol Details
Carlin JD, Rowe JB, Kriegeskorte N, Thompson R, Calder AJ (2012), “Direction-sensitive codes for observed head turns in human superior temporal sulcus.” Cereb Cortex 22(4):735-44 Details
Vicente-Grabovetsky A, Carlin JD, Cusack R (2012), “Strength of Retinotopic Representation of Visual Memories is Modulated by Strategy.” Cereb Cortex Details
Carlin JD, Calder AJ, Kriegeskorte N, Nili H, Rowe JB (2011), “A head view-invariant representation of gaze direction in anterior superior temporal sulcus.” Curr Biol 21(21):1817-21 Details
CARLIN JD, THOMPSON R, KRIEGESKORTE N, ROWE J, CALDER AJ (2010), “Response patterns in Human Superior Temporal Sulcus discriminate the direction of observed head turns” Vision Sciences Annual Meeting
Göbel SM, CARLIN JD, Paul I (2009), “An MEG study of symbolic number comparison” Sixteenth Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting