Name: Artur Luczak
Dr. Artur Luczak received a MSc in Biomedical Engineering, and in 2002 he obtained a PhD from Jagiellonian University, Poland. During that time he was also awarded fellowships in the Netherlands, France, and Italy. During his postdoctoral training at Yale University and at Rutgers University, he studied information processing in neuronal populations using experimental and theoretical methods. In 2009, Dr. Luczak joined the University of Lethbridge as an assistant professor and was subsequently promoted to an associate professor.
Luczak A, McNaughton BL, Harris KD. Packet-based communication in the cortex . Nature Rev Neurosci (2015)
Bermudez Contreras E, Gomez Palacio Schjetnan A, Muhammad A, Bartho P, McNaughton BL, Kolb B, Gruber AJ, Luczak A. Formation and reverberation of sequential neural activity patterns evoked by sensory stimulation is enhanced during cortical desynchronization. Neuron (2013)
Luczak A, Bartho P, Harris KD. Gating of sensory input by spontaneous cortical activity. J.Neurosci. (2013)
Luczak A, Barthó P, Harris KD. Spontaneous events outline the realm of possible sensory responses in the auditory cortex. Neuron 62 (2009)
Luczak A, Barthó P, Marguet SL, Buzsáki G, Harris KD. Sequential structure of neocortical spontaneous activity in vivo. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 104 (2007)