The laboratory of Bill Saidel (MIT, ’78) is no-longer focused on the study of neuronal structures involved in behavior and sensory reception in  fish. Although I have spent much time studying the visual system of  Pantodon buchholzi, the African butterfly fish,  I have moved on to new topics whatever perks my interests. Currently,  they include the dynamics of bird groupings transitioning from ground to air, fish vocalizations and the origin of spatial memory.

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