Publications

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Selected papers

  1. Raman DV, Rotondo AP, O'Leary T (2019) Fundamental bounds on learning performance in neural circuits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116(21), 10537-10546.
     
  2. O'Leary T (2018) Homeostasis, failure of homeostasis and degenerate ion channel regulation. Current Opinion in Physiology 2, 129-138.

  3. Williams AH, O'Donnell C, Sejnowski T, O'Leary T (2016) Dendritic trafficking faces physiologically critical speed-precision tradeoffs. eLife, e20556.
     
  4. O'Leary T & Marder E (2016) Temperature-robust neural function from activity dependent ion channel regulation. Current Biology 26 (21), 2935-2941.
     
  5. Drion G, O’Leary T, & Marder, E (2015) Ion channel degeneracy enables robust and tunable neuronal firing rates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(38), E5361-E5370.
     
  6. O’Leary T, Sutton A, Marder E (2015) Computational Models in the age of large data sets. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 32, 87-94.
     
  7. O’Leary T, Marder E (2014) Mapping Neural Activation onto Behavior in an Entire Animal Science 344(6182).
     
  8. O’Leary T, Williams AH, Franci A, Marder E (2014) Cell types, network homeostasis and pathological compensation from a biologically plausible ion channel expression model. Neuron 82(4), 809-821.
     
  9. Marder E, O’Leary T, Shruti S (2014) Neuromodulation of Circuits with Variable Parameters: Small Circuits Reveal Principles of State-Dependent and Robust Neuromodulation. Annual Review of Neuroscience 37(1), 329-346.
     
  10. O’Leary T, Williams AH, Caplan JC, Marder E. (2013) Correlations in ion channel expression emerge from homeostatic tuning rules. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(28), E2645-E2654.
     
  11. O’Leary T, Wyllie DJ. (2011) Neuronal Homeostasis: time for a change? The Journal of Physiology 589(20), 4811-4826.
     
  12. O’Leary T, van Rossum MC, Wyllie DJ. (2010) Homeostasis of intrinsic excitability in hippocampal neurones: dynamics and mechanism of the response to chronic depolarization. The Journal of Physiology 588(1), 157-170.