Our lab participated at the Tüff (Tübingen’s window on research), a University event to present the ongoing research to the general public. We had the chance to interact with people discussing...

We have a new preprint available for download from bioRxiv! In the article, we show that probing the visual system with the same face stimulus (compared to a meaningless stimulus with...

Can microsaccades be executed at will? In a large behavioural and neurophysiological study we answered to this question. Our new article “Memory-guided micorsaccades” is now available on bioRxiv DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/539205

Our latest work about the effect of visual transients on the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movement as well as on-going visual tracking has been accepted for publication in the Journal...

Our article on smooth pursuit eye movements had been accepted for publication on the Journal of Neurophysiology. It is now accessible here: https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00437.2018

We have a new paper submitted: “The transfer function of the rhesus macaque oculomotor system for small-amplitude slow motion trajectories”. It is a new exciting work showing how slow movements can...

This year I will participate to ECVP in Trieste. This gives me the chance to go back and visit the University where I graduated, so I am very excited about it!...

This year the Primate Neurobiology Conference is held in Tübingen and it is an exciting forum of discussion for people particularly intersted in primate research. I’m giving a methodological talk on...