ZFIN ID: ZDB-PERS-080501-1
Severi, Kristen
Email: severi@njit.edu
URL: http://kristenseveri.wixsite.com/severilab
Affiliation: Severi Lab
Address: Severi Lab NJIT Biology Dept. Central King Building 420A 100 Summit Street, Newark, NJ 07102 USA
Country: United States
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-4568-1538


Severi, K.E., Böhm, U.L., Wyart, C. (2018) Investigation of hindbrain activity during active locomotion reveals inhibitory neurons involved in sensorimotor processing. Scientific Reports. 8:13615
Sternberg, J.R., Severi, K.E., Fidelin, K., Gomez, J., Ihara, H., Alcheikh, Y., Hubbard, J.M., Kawakami, K., Suster, M., Wyart, C. (2016) Optimization of a Neurotoxin to Investigate the Contribution of Excitatory Interneurons to Speed Modulation In Vivo. Current biology : CB. 26(17):2319-28
Severi, K.E., Portugues, R., Marques, J.C., O'Malley, D.M., Orger, M.B., Engert, F. (2014) Neural Control and Modulation of Swimming Speed in the Larval Zebrafish. Neuron. 83(3):692-707
Mirat, O., Sternberg, J.R., Severi, K.E., and Wyart, C. (2013) ZebraZoom: an automated program for high-throughput behavioral analysis and categorization. Frontiers in neural circuits. 7:107
Akerboom, J., Carreras Calderón, N., Tian, L., Wabnig, S., Prigge, M., Tolö, J., Gordus, A., Orger, M.B., Severi, K.E., Macklin, J.J., Patel, R., Pulver, S.R., Wardill, T.J., Fischer, E., Schüler, C., Chen, T.W., Sarkisyan, K.S., Marvin, J.S., Bargmann, C.I., Kim, D.S., Kügler, S., Lagnado, L., Hegemann, P., Gottschalk, A., Schreiter, E.R., and Looger, L.L. (2013) Genetically encoded calcium indicators for multi-color neural activity imaging and combination with optogenetics. Frontiers in molecular neuroscience. 6:2
Portugues, R., Severi, K.E., Wyart, C., and Ahrens, M.B. (2013) Optogenetics in a transparent animal: circuit function in the larval zebrafish. Current opinion in neurobiology. 23(1):119-126
Orger, M.B., Kampff, A.R., Severi, K.E., Bollmann, J.H., and Engert, F. (2008) Control of visually guided behavior by distinct populations of spinal projection neurons. Nature Neuroscience. 11(3):327-333