Not currently up-to-date. See Dr. Albert's Google Scholar page for the most up-to-date publications list

Publications and presentations

  1. Albert MV, Catz N, Thier P, and Kording KP (2012)
    Saccadic gain adaptation is predicted by the statistics of natural fluctuations in oculomotor function 
    Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 6:96. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2012.00096 [link],[pdf]
  2. Albert MV, Miikkulainen R, Field DJ (2011)
    Using the statistics of binocular images to model spontaneous activity in the developing visual system 
    Society for Neuroscience 2011, oral presentation [abstract]
  3. Albert MV, Field DJ (2010)
    Normative Visual Development: efficient coding principles for adult V1 predict properties of LGN waves prior to eye opening 
    Computational Neuroscience 2010 [pdf]
  4. Albert MV, Catz N, Their P, Kording K (2010)
    Oculomotor adaptation matches natural changes in the body over time 
    Society for Neuroscience Conference 2010, oral presentation [pdf]
  5. Albert MV (2010)
    Normative Visual Development: innate learning in the early visual system. 
    Ph.D. Thesis, Computational Biology, Cornell University. [abstract]
  6. Albert MV, Field DJ (2009)
    Neural Representation and Coding. 
    Encyclopedia of Perception, Ed. E.B. Goldstein et al., SAGE Press. [PDF]
  7. Albert MV, Field DJ (2009)
    Efficient coding of binocular spontaneous activity for innate learning in V1 development. 
    Computational and Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE 2009)
  8. Albert MV, Schnabel A, Field DJ (2008)
    Innate Visual Learning through Spontaneous Activity Patterns. 
    PLoS Computational Biology 4(8) [pdf]

  9. Albert MV, Field DJ, Schnabel A (2007)
    Innate Visual Learning Through Spontaneous Patterns of Activity. 
    Computational and Systems Neuroscience 2007, poster presentation. [ABSTRACT][PDF]
  10. Albert MV, Field DJ (2006)
    Problems in Nonlinear Efficient Coding: relating quadratic forms and spike-triggered covariance analysis. 
    Computational and Systems Neuroscience 2006
  11. Albert MV (2005)
    Nonlinearity in primary visual cortex. 
    Nonlinear Systems Igert program presentation, Cornell University. Feb 4, 2005.
  12. Touretzky DS; Ladsariya A; Albert MV; Johnson JW; Daw ND (2004)
    HHSIM: An Open Source, Real-time, Graphical Hodgkin-Huxley Simulator. 
    Neuroscience Abstracts 26 (2004)


Lab publications and presentations in other areas of neuroscience

  1. Mhatra PV, Vilares I, Stibb SM, Albert MV, Pickering L, Marciniak C, Kording K, Toledo S (2013)
    Wii Fit Balance Board Playing Improves Balance and Gait in Parkinson Disease.
    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (in press)
  2. Marciniak C, Albert MV, Vilares V (2013)
    Overview of Research: Exercise, Physical Activity, and Smartphone technology.
    Rehabilitation Instiitute of Chicago Symposium “Theory, evidence and innovation: interdisciplinary care for Parkinson’s disease”. (invited presentation) April 8, 2013
  3. Antos S, Albert MV, Kording K (2013)
    Hand, belt, pocket, or bag: practical activity tracking with mobile phones.
    Journal of Neuroscience Methods – Special issue on motion capture techniques in neurodegenerative disease (submitted)
  4. Albert MV, Toledo S, Shapiro M, and Kording KP (2012)
    Using mobile phones for activity recognition in Parkinson’s patients 
    Frontiers in Neurology 3:158. doi: 10.3389/fneur.2012.00158 [link]
  5. Karvelas K, Murtaugh B, Albert MV, Marciniak C, and Toledo S (2012)
    Does a supervised program in phyiscal therapy and/or occupational therapy improve pain scores in patients with parkinson disease 
    AAPM&R conference 2012, Atlanta, GA [poster pdf]
  6. Santiago D. Toledo MD, Mark V. Albert PhD, Konrad Kording, Christina M. Marciniak MD, Priya V. Mhatre MD, Laura Pickering, Stacy M. Stibb DO, Iris Vilares (2011)
    Wii Video Game Balance-board Training: Does It Improve Balance and Gait in Adults With Parkinson Disease? 
    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2011, Volume 3, Issue 10, Supplement 1, Pg S264 (Poster Presentation) [abstract].
  7. Anderson JR, Albert MV, Fincham JM (2005)
    Tracing Problem Solving in Real Time: fMRI Analysis of the Subject-Paced Tower of Hanoi. 
    Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17 1261-1274. [pdf] [ACT-R website]
  8. Sohn M-H, Albert MV, Jung K, Carter CS, & Anderson JR (2004)
    Pay now or pay later: Preparatory conflict resolution in the anterior cingulate cortex and the prefrontal cortex. 
    11th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco.