Josh Siegle, Ph.D.
Josh Siegle joined the Allen Institute in 2014 as part of the Neural Coding research program. He received his PhD in Neuroscience from MIT, where he studied hippocampal circuits with Dr. Matthew Wilson and cortical and thalamic circuits with Dr. Christopher Moore. In both labs, he combined optogenetics and extracellular electrophysiology in order to investigate the impact of neural oscillations on behavior. In addition to his scientific work, Josh has been heavily involved in the design and distribution of open-source tools for electrophysiology. He co-founded Open Ephys in order to centralize some of the development efforts occurring across the community. Josh has also carried out research at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics and Brown University, where he earned an Sc.B. in Neuroscience.
The effortless way in which we see the world around us belies the complexity of the neural circuits that make our perceptions possible. All of our experience requires the precise coordination of distributed networks of cells, which fluidly converge and diverge in response to novel external challenges and shifting internal goals. I'm interested in studying how neural activity on the timescale of milliseconds underlies the brain's tremendous versatility. At the Allen Institute, I will apply new techniques for multichannel electrophysiology and optogenetics in order to observe and perturb the visual system in real time.
- Large-scale electrophysiology
- Open-source tool development
- Neural Coding
Selected Publications View Publications
January 20, 2021
Siegle JH, Jia X, Durand S, Gale S, Bennett C, Graddis N, Heller G, Ramirez TK, Choi H, Luviano JA, Groblewski PA, Ahmed R, Arkhipov A, Bernard A, Billeh YN, Brown D, Buice MA, Cain N, Caldejon S, Casal L, Cho A, Chvilicek M, Cox TC, Dai K, Denman DJ, de Vries S., Dietzman R, Esposito L, Farrell C, Feng D, Galbraith J, Garrett M, Gelfand EC, Hancock N, Harris JA, Howard R, Hu B, Hytnen R, Iyer R, Jessett E, Johnson K, Kato I, Kiggins J, Lambert S, Lecoq J, Ledochowitsch P, Lee JH, Leon A, Li Y, Liang E, Long F, Mace K, Melchior J, Millman D, Mollenkopf T, Nayan C, Ng L, Ngo D, Nguyen T, Nicovich PR, North K, Ocker GK, Ollerenshaw D, Oliver M, Pachitariu M, Perkins J, Reding M, Reid D, Robertson M, Ronellenfitch K, Seid S, Slaughterbeck C, Stoecklin M, Sullivan D, Sutton B, Swapp J, Thompson C, Turner K, Wakeman W, Whitesell JD, Williams D, Williford A, Young R, Zeng H, Naylor S, Phillips JW, Reid RC, Mihalas S, Olsen SR, Koch C
March 5, 2020
Billeh YN, Cai B, Gratiy SL, Dai K, Iyer R, Gouwens NW, Abbasi-Asl R, Jia X, Siegle JH, Olsen SR, Koch C, Mihalas S, Arkhipov A
Journal of Neurophysiology
March 6, 2019
Jia X, Siegle JH, Bennett C, Gale SD, Denman DJ, Koch C, Olsen SR
November 8, 2017
Jun JJ, Steinmetz NA, Siegle JH, Denman DJ, Bauza M, Barbarits B, Lee AK, Anastassiou CA, Andrei A, Aydın Ç, Barbic M, Blanche TJ, Bonin V, Couto J, Dutta B, Gratiy SL, Gutnisky DA, Häusser M, Karsh B, Ledochowitsch P, Lopez CM, Mitelut C, Musa S, Okun M, Pachitariu M, Putzeys J, Rich PD, Rossant C, Sun WL, Svoboda K, Carandini M, Harris KD, Koch C5 O'Keefe J, Harris TD
August 24, 2014
Siegle JH, Pritchett DL, Moore CI
July 29, 2014
Siegle JH, Wilson MA
Halassa MM, Siegle JH, Ritt J, Ting JT, Feng G, & CI Moore