Mario Dipoppa

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Neurobiology
SchoolMedicine
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    Dr. Mario Dipoppa seeks to understand the neural mechanisms underlying cortical brain functions. He obtained his Ph.D. at Pierre and Marie Curie University where he developed neural circuit models underlying working memory, under the guidance of Boris Gutkin. He then joined as a postdoc in the laboratory of Kenneth Harris and Matteo Carandini at University College London and was the recipient of the Marie Curie Fellowship. As a postdoc, Dr. Dipoppa combined large-scale neural recordings and computational models to study the mouse visual system. He then served as an Associate Research Scientist at the Center for Theoretical Neuroscience of Columbia University advised by Ken Miller. There, he combined deep learning with dynamical systems methods to study fundamental properties of visual computations. Dr. Dipoppa’s computational neuroscience laboratory continues to investigate how neural networks and dynamics in the cerebral cortex give rise to neural computation. Despite the complexity of their operations, cortical circuits are stereotypical which may underlie common computations. To discover the governing principles of these canonical circuits, Dr. Dipoppa’s laboratory combines state-of-the-art approaches, including biologically realistic neural networks, artificial (deep and recurrent) neural networks, and encoding and decoding models.

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    1. On the contrast response function of adapted neural populations. J Neurophysiol. 2024 Feb 01; 131(2):446-453. Tring E, Dipoppa M, Ringach DL. PMID: 38264786.
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    2. A power law describes the magnitude of adaptation in neural populations of primary visual cortex. Nat Commun. 2023 Dec 15; 14(1):8366. Tring E, Dipoppa M, Ringach DL. PMID: 38102113; PMCID: PMC10724159.
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    3. On the contrast response function of adapted neural populations. bioRxiv. 2023 Oct 10. Tring E, Dipoppa M, Ringach DL. PMID: 37873350; PMCID: PMC10592696.
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    4. A power law of cortical adaptation. bioRxiv. 2023 May 22. Tring E, Dipoppa M, Ringach DL. PMID: 37292876; PMCID: PMC10245856.
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    5. A transcriptomic axis predicts state modulation of cortical interneurons. Nature. 2022 07; 607(7918):330-338. Bugeon S, Duffield J, Dipoppa M, Ritoux A, Prankerd I, Nicoloutsopoulos D, Orme D, Shinn M, Peng H, Forrest H, Viduolyte A, Reddy CB, Isogai Y, Carandini M, Harris KD. PMID: 35794483; PMCID: PMC9279161.
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    6. A human-specific modifier of cortical connectivity and circuit function. Nature. 2021 11; 599(7886):640-644. Schmidt ERE, Zhao HT, Park JM, Dipoppa M, Monsalve-Mercado MM, Dahan JB, Rodgers CC, Lejeune A, Hillman EMC, Miller KD, Bruno RM, Polleux F. PMID: 34707291; PMCID: PMC9161439.
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    7. Partitioning variability in animal behavioral videos using semi-supervised variational autoencoders. PLoS Comput Biol. 2021 09; 17(9):e1009439. Whiteway MR, Biderman D, Friedman Y, Dipoppa M, Buchanan EK, Wu A, Zhou J, Bonacchi N, Miska NJ, Noel JP, Rodriguez E, Schartner M, Socha K, Urai AE, Salzman CD, International Brain Laboratory, Cunningham JP, Paninski L. PMID: 34550974; PMCID: PMC8489729.
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    8. A Disinhibitory Circuit for Contextual Modulation in Primary Visual Cortex. Neuron. 2020 12 23; 108(6):1181-1193.e8. Keller AJ, Dipoppa M, Roth MM, Caudill MS, Ingrosso A, Miller KD, Scanziani M. PMID: 33301712; PMCID: PMC7850578.
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    9. Vision and Locomotion Shape the Interactions between Neuron Types in Mouse Visual Cortex. Neuron. 2018 05 02; 98(3):602-615.e8. Dipoppa M, Ranson A, Krumin M, Pachitariu M, Carandini M, Harris KD. PMID: 29656873; PMCID: PMC5946730.
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    10. Controlling Working Memory Operations by Selective Gating: The Roles of Oscillations and Synchrony. Adv Cogn Psychol. 2016; 12(4):209-232. Dipoppa M, Szwed M, Gutkin BS. PMID: 28154616; PMCID: PMC5280056.
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    11. Sustained Rhythmic Brain Activity Underlies Visual Motion Perception in Zebrafish. Cell Rep. 2016 12 13; 17(11):3089. Pérez-Schuster V, Kulkarni A, Nouvian M, Romano SA, Lygdas K, Jouary A, Dipoppa M, Pietri T, Haudrechy M, Candat V, Boulanger-Weill J, Hakim V, Sumbre G. PMID: 27974219; PMCID: PMC5638786.
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    12. Sustained Rhythmic Brain Activity Underlies Visual Motion Perception in Zebrafish. Cell Rep. 2016 10 18; 17(4):1098-1112. Pérez-Schuster V, Kulkarni A, Nouvian M, Romano SA, Lygdas K, Jouary A, Dipoppa M, Pietri T, Haudrechy M, Candat V, Boulanger-Weill J, Hakim V, Sumbre G. PMID: 27760314; PMCID: PMC5081404.
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    13. Correlations in background activity control persistent state stability and allow execution of working memory tasks. Front Comput Neurosci. 2013; 7:139. Dipoppa M, Gutkin BS. PMID: 24155714; PMCID: PMC3801087.
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    14. Flexible frequency control of cortical oscillations enables computations required for working memory. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Jul 30; 110(31):12828-33. Dipoppa M, Gutkin BS. PMID: 23858465; PMCID: PMC3732977.
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    15. Electron-hole interaction in carbon nanotubes: novel screening and exciton excitation spectra. Nano Lett. 2009 Apr; 9(4):1330-4. Deslippe J, Dipoppa M, Prendergast D, Moutinho MV, Capaz RB, Louie SG. PMID: 19271768.
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