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Leah Krubitzer's Curriculum Vitae


Education and Experience:



  • Professor III, Department of Psychology and Center for Neuroscience,
    University of California, Davis USA 2006-present
  • Professor II, Department of Psychology and Center for Neuroscience,
    University of California, Davis, USA 2003 – 2006
  • Professor I, Department of Psychology and Center for Neuroscience,
    University of California, Davis, USA 2001-2003
  • Associate Professor III, Department of Psychology, and Center for Neuroscience, University of California, Davis, USA, 1999-2001
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, and Center for Neuroscience, University of California, Davis, USA 1995-1998.
  • ARC Research Fellow, Vision, Touch and Hearing Research Centre,
    Department of Physiology and Pharmacology,
    University of Queensland, AUSTRALIA 1993-1997.

Honors and Awards

  • 2011        Vanderbilt distinguished alumni award
  • 2002-2003       Bloedel Visiting Scientist fellowship, University of Washington.
  • 2002-2003      The James McKeen Cattell sabbatical fellowship.
  • 1999                Special Lecture for the Society for Neuroscience Meeting.
  • 1998                MacArthur Fellowship, MacArthur Foundation.
  • 1996                Herrick Award, American Association of Anatomists.
  • 1987                Kreig Cortical Scholar Award, Cajal Club.

Grant Support

  • 2011-2014 R03 (FIRCA;NINDS) Effects of Reversible deactivation of posterior parietal cortex in New World Cebus Monkeys (5th percentile; pending council review)
  • 2011-2013 R21 (NIBIB) “Development of a Microfluidic Thermal Regulator for Studies of Cortical Function (7th percentile; pending council review)
  • 2010-2012 R21 “Effects of Early Experience on Somatosensory Systems in Voles.  Co-PI  Leah                                 Krubitzer
  • 2010-2012 R21 (NINDS)  “Can cortical plasticity and adaptive behavior be amplified by an enhanced visual environment? PI:  Leah Krubitzer
  • 2004-2010 NIH R01 “The somatosensory cortex and thalamus.”  PI: Leah Krubitzer  1 RO1 NS35103.
  • 2004-2008 McDonnell Foundation.  “How does evolution build a complex brain?”  PI: Leah Krubitzer.
  • 2000-2004 NIH 1 R21 MH066756-01. “The role of the somatosensory cortex in affective social behavior.”  Co-PI.
  • 2000-2004 NIH RO1  “The somatosensory cortex and thalamus.” PI: Leah Krubitzer 1 RO1 NS35103-05A1.
  • 1998-2001 McDonnell-Pew Cognitive Neuroscience Program “Higher order somatosensory processing networks: A combined fMRI study in monkeys and humans.”  PI: Leah Krubitzer.
  • 1997-2000 Whitehall Foundation  “The role of the somatosensory system in intra- manual and bilateral coordination of the hands.” PI: Leah Krubitzer M97-20.
  • 1997-2000 NIH RO1.  “The somatosensory cortex and thalamus.” PI: Leah Krubitzer, 1 RO1 NS35103-01A1.
  • 1995 The Ciba Foundation Bursary Award Host for Zoltán Molnár.  “Interaction between the developing thalamus and cerebral cortex: mechanisms involved in the specification of  cortical areas.”  
  • 1994 University of Queensland Research Grant "The organization and connections of neocortex in mammals."  PI: Leah Krubitzer, NSG-17 VTHRC-94.
  • 1994-1995 ARC Small Grant "Thalamocortical relationships in the somatosensory system of mammals." PI: Leah Krubitzer, R VTHRC ARC 1261 94 B Small.
  • 1993 -1997 ARC Research Fellowship "A comparative study of the organization and connections of neocortex in Australian mammals." PI: Leah Krubitzer, R VTHRC ARF 9 94.
  • 1989 NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship  "Developmental influences on retinogeniculate axon arbors." Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA (declined).
  • 1987 Travel Award for the IBRO Second World Congress of Neuroscience, Budapest, Hungary, Society for Neuroscience.
  • 1987-1989 Predoctoral Fellowship “Organization of neocortex in a primate.”  NIMH.  PI: Leah Krubitzer.
  • 1986 Travel Award for College on the Organization of the Brain, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.


Meetings/Conferences Organized

  • Co-organizer for the Summer Institute in Social Neuroscience.
    Sage Institute, Santa Barbara, CA.
    June 22nd-July 3rd, 2009.

  • Co-organizer for IIIrd Antonio Borsellino College on Neurophysics
    "Sensory coding - spike trains to behaviour"
    Trieste, Italy
    September, 27, 2004 – October 8, 2004

  • Co-organizer for IIIrd Antonio Borsellino College on Neurophysics
    "Evolution of Intelligent Behaviour"
    Trieste, Italy
    April 23  May 4, 2001


NIH Study Sections

  • NIDA sponsored meeting:  “Not Just a Matter of Gray and White:  Exploring the Importance of Evolution, Genes and Experience on Brain Development”  Special council.  July 9-10, 2009.

  • Director’s Pioneer Award Special Study section – 2009

  • ZRG1-IFCN-E (01)
    April, 2004

  • NIH, Human Brain Mapping, 
    May, 2003
    February, 2004
    February, 2006

  • Multimodal Integration Research Networks in Cognitive Neuroscience
    June, 2002
  • IFCN-8
     February, 2003, December, 2003

Editorial Boards

  • International Review in Neurobiology
    Elsevier Science, publisher

  • Evolution of Nervous Systems, Volumes 1-4, (2003-2006)
    Elsevier Science, publisher

  • Visual Neuroscience
  • Anatomical Record
  • Brain, Behavior and Evolution


  • The Evolution of Nervous systems in mammals, Volume IV (2006). Elsevier Science, publisher

Journal Referee (1990-present)

  • American Journal of Primatology
  • Anatomical Records
  • Brain Research
  • Cerebral Cortex
  • Development
  • European Journal of Neuroscience
  • Experimental Brain Research
  • Frontiers in Neuroanatomy
  • Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • Human Brain Mapping
  • Journal of Comparative Neurology
  • Journal of Neurophysiology
  • Journal of Neuroscience
  • Journal of Visual Neuroscience
  • Nature Neuroscience
  • Nature
  • Neuroimage
  • Neuron
  • Neuroscience
  • PNAS
  • Plos
  • Science
  • Somatosensory and Motor Research
  • Trends in Neuroscience

Book Chapters

  • Karlen, S.J., Hunt, D., and Krubitzer (2009).  Cross-modal plasticity in mammalian neocortex. In: Developmental and Comparative Neuroscience: Epigenetics, Evolution, & Behavior.  Ed. Mark S. Blumberg, John H. Freeman, and Scott R. Robinson.  Oxford University Press, Inc.  In press.
  • Krubitzer, L., and Campi, K (2009). Neocortical organization in monotremes. In: Squire LR (ed.), Encylopedia of Neuroscience. Oxford: Academic Press. Volume 6, pp. 51-59.
  • Karlen, S. J. and Krubitzer, L. (2009). Marsupial Neocortex. In: Squire LR (ed), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Oxford: Academic Press. Volume 5, pp. 671-679.
  • Krubitzer, L., and Disbrow, E. (2008) The evolution of parietal areas involved in hand use in primates. In: The Senses: A Comprehensive Reference. Volume 6, Somatosensation (Jon Kaas and Esther Gardner eds.) Elsevier, London, pp.183-214.
  • Krubitzer, L. Padberg, J. (2008) Evolution of association pallial areas: parietal association areas in mammals.  In: Encyclopedic Reference of Neuroscience (Ann Butler, ed.)  Springer. Volume 5, pp 1225-1231.
  • Krubitzer, L. and Hunt, D. Captured in the net of space and time: Understanding cortical field evolution. In: The Evolution of Nervous systems in mammals, Volume IV (Kaas, J.H. and Krubitzer L., eds). Academic Press, Oxford, pp. 49-72.
  • Disbrow, E., Hinkley, L., Padberg, J., and Krubitzer, L. Hand use and the evolution of posterior parietal cortex in primates. In: The Evolution of Nervous systems in mammals, Volume IV (Kaas, J.H. and Preuss, T. eds). Academic Press, Oxford, pp. 407-416.
  • Karlen, S.J. and Krubitzer, L. (2006). The evolution of the neocortex in mammals: intrinsic and extrinsic contributions to the cortical phenotype.  Novartis Foundation Symposium, 270:146-169; discussion 159-163.
  • Krubitzer, L., and Disbrow, E. (2004) In search of self:  The evolution of parietal areas involved in hand use. In:  Spatial Perception.  Cambridge University Press.  Submitted.
  • Krubitzer, L. and Kahn, D (2003)  The evolution of human neocortex:  Is the human brain fundamentally different than that of other mammals?  In:  Attention and Performance XX, Functional Brain Imaging of Visual Cognition. (N. Kanwisher, J. Duncan, C. Umilta eds.).
  • Krubitzer, L.A. (2002) Evolutionary Perspectives in: Cognitive Neuroscience (M. Gazzaniga, R. Ivry, and R. Mangun eds.) W. W. Norton and Company. pp. 577-596.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. (2000) How does evolution build a complex brain? In: Evolutionary Developmental Biology of the Cerebral Cortex (G.R. Bock, G. Cardew, ed.) John Wiley and Sons, LTD. Chichester. pp. 206-220.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. (1998) Constructing the neocortex: Influences on the pattern of organization in mammals. In: Brain and Mind: Evolutionary Perspectives. (M. S. Gazzaniga and J. Altman, eds.) Human Frontier Science Program. Strasbourg, pp. 19-34.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. (1996) The Organization of Lateral Somatosensory Areas In Primates and Other Mammals. In: Somesthesis and the Neurobiology of the Somatosensory Cortex, International Symposium Series, (O. Franzen, R. Johanson, and L. Terenius, eds.) Boston, Birkhaeuser. pp.173-185.
  • Krubitzer, L., R. Belew, C. Boake, E. Boncinelli, E. Brenowitz, S. de Belle, J. Edwards, W.P.M. Geraerts. B. Kyriacou, G. Miklos, F. von Schilcher (1994) How Do Evolution and Behavior Interact? In: Dahlem Workshop on Flexibility and Constraint in Behavioral Systems. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, pp. 295-305.
  • Kaas, J.H. and L.A. Krubitzer (1991) The organization of extrastriate visual cortex. (B. Dreher and S.R. Robinson, eds.), In: Vision and Visual Dysfunction, Volume 3, Neuroanatomy of the Visual Pathways and Their Development. Macmillan Press, London, pp 302-323.

Invited Journal Reviews

  • Krubitzer, L, Campi K, Cooke D (2011) All rodents are not the same:  A mondern synthesis of cortical organization.  Brain, Behavior and Evolution, l; 78(1): 51-93. Epub 2011 June 23.

  • Krubitzer, L (2009). In search of a unifying theory of complex brain evolution. Ann NY Acad Sci, March: 1156: 44-67.

  • Krubitzer, L (2007).  The magnificent compromise:  Cortical field evolution in mammals.  Neuron  56:201-208.
  • Larsen, D, Krubitzer, L. (2007) Genetic and epigenetic contributions to the cortical phenotype in mammals.   Brain Research Bulletin  75:391-397
  • Karlen, S. J. and Krubitzer, L. (2007)  The functional and anatomical organization of marsupial neocortex; evidence for parallel evolution in mammals.  Progress in Neurobiology.  82:122-141.
  • Krubitzer, L. and Kaas, J.H. (2005) The evolution of the neocortex in mammals:  How is phenotypic diversity generated?  Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 15:444-453.
  • Krubitzer, L. and Kahn, D. (2003):  Nature vs. nurture revisited:  An Old Idea with a New Twist.  Progress in Neurobiology, 70:  33-52.
  • Krubitzer, L., and Huffman K. (2000) Arealization in the neocortex of mammals:  Genetic and epigenetic contributions to the phenotype.  Brain, Behavior, and Evolution.  55:322-335.
  • Rosa, M. G. P., and L.A. Krubitzer (1999) The evolution of visual cortex: Where is V2? TINS, 22: 242-247.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. (1998) What can monotremes tell us about brain evolution? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B) London, 353:1127-1146.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. (1995) The organization of neocortex in mammals: Are species differences really so different?  TINS  18:408-417.

Research Papers

  • Cooke DF, Padberg J, Zahner T, Krubitzer L (2011) The functional organization and cortical connections of motor cortex in squirrels. Cerebral Cortex, 2011 Oct 20 [Epub ahead of print]..
  • Seelke AM, Padberg JJ, Disbrow E, Purnell SM, Recanzone G, Krubitzer L (2011) Topographic maps within Brodmann’s area 5 of macaque monkeys. Cerebral Cortex, 2011 Sep 27 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Campi, K.L., Collins, C.E., Todd, W.D. Kaas, J., Krubitzer, L. (2011) Comparison of area 17 cellular composition in laboratory and wild-caught rats including diurnal and nocturnal species. Brain Behav Evol Apr 28; 77(2): 116-30.
  • Wang, W.Z., Oeschger F.M., Montiel, J.F., Garci-Moreno, F., Hoerder-Suabedissen, A., Krubitzer, L., Ek, C.J., Saunders, N.R., Reim, K., Villalon, A., Molnar, Z. (2011). Comparative aspects of subplate zone studied with gene expression in sauropsids and mammals. Cereb Cortex Mar 2 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Campi, K.L., Krubitzer, L. (2010). Comparative studies of diurnal and nocturnal rodents: differences in lifestyle result in alterations in cortical field size and number. J Comp Neurol Nov 15; 518(22): 4491-512.
  • Padberg, J., Recanzone, G., Engle, J., Cooke, D., Goldring, A., Krubitzer, L. (2010). Lesions in posterior parietal area 5 in monkeys result in rapid behavioral and cortical plasticity. J Neurosci Sep 29; 30(39): 12918-35.
  • Evans, K.D., Hewet, T.A., Clayton, C.J., Krubitzer, L.A., Griffey, S.M. (2010). Normal organ weights, serum chemistry, hematology, and cecal and nasopharyngeal bacterial cultures in the gray short-tailed opossum (Monodelphis domestica). J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci 49(4): 401-6.
  • Zumer, J.M., Nagarajan, S.S., Krubitzer, L.A., Turner, R.S., Disbrow, E.A. (2010). MEG in the macaque monkey and human: Distinguishing cortical fields in space and time. Brain Res., May 19 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Larsen, D.D., Luu, J.D., Burns, M.E., Krubitzer, L. (2009).What are the effects of severe visual impairment on the cortical organization and connectivity of primary visual cortex? Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, Dec. 23 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Hinkley, L.B., Krubitzer, L.A., Padberg, J., Disbrow, E.A. (2009) Visual-manual exploration and posterior parietal cortex in humans. Journal of Neurophysilogy, Oct. 7 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Cheung, A.F., Kondo, S., Abdel-Mannan, O., Chodroff, R.A., Sirey, T.M., Bluy, L.E., Webber, N., Deproto, J., Karlen, S.J., Krubitzer, L., Stold, H.B., Saunders, N.R., Molnar, Z. (2009) The subventricular zone is the developmental milestone of a 6-layered neocortex: comparisons in Metatherian and Eutherian mammals. Cerebral Cortex, Sep2 [Epub ahead of print].
  • Zhu, Z. Zumer, J.M., Lowenthal, M.E., Padberg, J., Recanzone, G.H., Krubitzer, L.A., Nagarajan, S.S., Disbrow, E.A. (2009). The relationship between magnetic and electrophysiological responses to complex tactile stimuli. BMC Neuroscience 2009 Jan 15; 10(1): 4.
  • Campi, K.L., Bales, K. L., Grunewald, R. and Krubitzer, L. (2009) Connections of Auditory and Visual Cortex in the Prairie Vole (Microtus ochrogaster):  Evidence for multisensory processing in primary sensory areas.  Cerebral Cortex, April 24 [Epub ahead of print]
  • Padberg, J., Cerkevich,  Engle, J., Rajan, A., Recanzone,  G., Kaas, J.H., and Krubitzer, L. (2009) Thalamocortical connections of parietal somatosensory cortical fields in macaque monkeys are highly divergent and convergent. Cerebral Cortex, Feb 16. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Hinkley, L.B.N, Krubitzer, L. A., Padberg, J. and Disbrow, E. A. (2009) Functional organization of posterior parietal cortex:  New areas and processing strategies associated with complex hand use in humans.  Under revision.
  • Karlen, S. J. and Krubitzer, L. (2008)  Effects of bilateral enucleation on the size of visual and non-visual areas of the brain. Cerebral Cortex, Oct 8. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Campi, K., Karlen, S., Bales, K., and Krubitzer, L. (2007) The organization of sensory neocortex in prarie voles (Micrtus, ochrogaster). J. Comp. Neurol. 502:414-426
  • Hinkley, L., Krubitzer, L., Nagarajan, S.S., and Disbrow E. A. (2007) Integration of tactile and motor inputs in the second somatosensory and parietal rostral ventral areas of the human Sylvian fissure. J. Neurophysiology:  97: 1288-1297
  • Karlen, S. J and Krubitzer, L.  (2006)  Phenotypic variability is the cornerstone of evolution:  Variability in cortical field size within a species.  J. Comp. Neurol.  499: 990-999.
  • Karlen, S., Kahn, D, and Krubitzer, L. (2006)  Early blindness results in abnormal cortoco-cortical and thalamocortical connections. Neuroscience, 142: 843-858.
  • Padberg, J. and Krubitzer, L. (2006) Thalamocortical connections of anterior and posterior parietal cortical areas in New World titi monkeys.  J. Comp. Neurol,  497:416-435.
  • Hunt, D.L, Yamoah, E., and Krubitzer, L.A.  (2006)  Multisensory plasticity in congenitally deaf mice.  Neuroscience, 
  • Hunt, D. L., King, B, Kahn, D. M. Yamoah, E.N., Shull, G. E. and Krubitzer, L. (2005)  Aberrant retinal projections in  congenitally deaf mice.  Anatomical Records. 287A:1051-1066 .
  • Padberg, J., Disbrow, E., and Krubitzer, L. (2005) The organization and connections of anterior and posterior parietal cortex in titi monkeys: Do New World monkeys have an area 2?  Cerebral Cortex:  15: 1938-1063.
  • Krubitzer, L., Huffman, K. J., Disbrow, E., and Recanzone, G. (2004) The organization of area 3a in macaque monkeys.  J. Comp. Neurol,  471:97-111.
  • Disbrow, E., Litinas, E., Recanzone, G., ,Padberg, J. and Krubitzer, L. (2003) Cortical connections of the parietal ventral area and the second somatosensory area in macaque monkeys.  J. Comp Neurol. , 462:382-399.
  • Kahn, D. M., and Krubitzer, L.A. (2002) Massive cross-modal cortical plasticity and the emergence of a new cortical field in developmentally blind mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 99:11429-11434
  • Disbrow, E., Litinas, E. Recanzone, G. H., Slutsky, D., and Krubitzer, L.A.  (2002) Thalamocortical connections of the parietal ventral area (PV) and the second somatosensory area (S2) in macaque monkeys.  Thalamus and Related Systems. 1: 289-302
  • Kahn. D. and Krubitzer, L. (2002)  Retinofugal projections in the short-tailed opossum (Monodelphis domestica).  J. Comp. Neurol.  447:114-127.
  • Huffman, K. J. and Krubitzer, L.A. (2001) Area 3a: Topographic organization and connections in marmoset monkeys. Cerebral Cortex 11:849-867.
  • Huffman, K.J. and Krubitzer,  L.A. (2001)  Thalamo-cortical connections of areas 3a and M1 in marmoset monkeys.  J. Comp. Neurol.  435:291-310.
  • Disbrow, E., Roberts, T., Poeppel, D., and Krubitzer, L (2001) Evidence for interhemispheric processing of inputs from the hands in the human second somatosensory and parietal ventral areas.  J. Neurophysiology.  85:2236-2244.
  • Kahn, D., Huffman, K., and Krubitzer, L. (2000).  The organization and connections of V1 in Monodelphis domestica. J. Comp. Neurol.  428:337-354.
  • Disbrow, E., Slutsky, D. A., Roberts, T., and Krubitzer, L.A. (2000).  Functional MRI at 1.5 Tesla: A comparison of the blood oxygenation level dependent signal and electrophysiology.  Proceeding of the National Academy of Science. 97: 9718-9723.
  • Slutsky, D. A., Manger, P. R., and Krubitzer, L. (2000).  Multiple somatosensory areas in the anterior parietal cortex of the California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyii).  J. Comp. Neurol, 416: 521-539.
  • Disbrow, E., Krubitzer, L., and Roberts, T. (2000)  The somatotopic organization of the lateral sulcus areas in Homo Sapiens:  Evidence for SII and PV.  J. Comp. Neurol.  418: 1-21.
  • Huffman, K. J., Molnar, Z., Van Dell, A., Kahn, D., Blakemore C., and Krubitzer, L. (1999)  Formation of cortical fields on a reduced cortical sheet.  Journal of Neuroscience, 19: 9939-9952.
  • Disbrow, E., Roberts, T., Slutsky, D., and Krubitzer, L. (1999) Functional MRI demonstrates the somatotopy of SI in humans and anesthetized macaques.  Brain Res., 829:167-173.
  • Rosa, M. G. P., L. A. Krubitzer, Z. Molnar, and J. E. Nelson (1999) Organization of visual cortex in the northern quoll, Dasyurus hallucautus:  Evidence for a homologue of the second visual area in marsupials.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 11:907-915.
  • Huffman, K., Nelson, J., Clarey, J., and Krubitzer, L.  (1999) Neocortical organization in four species of marsupials:  Neural correlates of morphological specialization.  J. Comp. Neurol., 403: 5-32.
  • Krubitzer, L., Clarey, J., Tweedale, J., and Calford, M. (1998) Interhemispheric connections of somatosensory cortex in the flying fox.   J. Comp. Neurol., 402: 538-559.
  • Manger, P., Sum, M., Szymanski, M., Ridgway, S., Krubitzer, L. (1998) Modular subdivisions of dolphin anterior insular cortex:  Does evolutionary history repeat itself?  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10:2, 153-166.
  • Krubitzer, L., A., Kunzle, H. and Kaas, J. H. (1997) The organization of sensory cortex in a Madagascan insectivore, the tenrec (Echinops telfairi).  J. Comp. Neurol.  378:1-16.
  • Krubitzer, L. A., Clarey, J., Tweedale, R., Elston, G., and Calford, M. (1995) A redefinition of somatosensory areas in the lateral sulcus of macaque monkeys.   J. Neuroscience.  15: 3821-3839.
  • Krubitzer, L. A., P. Manger, J. D. Pettigrew, and M. B. Calford, M.  (1995)  The organization of neocortex in monotremes:  In search of the prototypical plan  J. Comp. Neurol.  348: 1-45.
  • Rosa, M. G. P., Schmid, L. M., Krubitzer, L. A. and Pettigrew, J. D. (1993)  Retinotopic organization of the primary visual cortex of flying foxes (Pteropus poliocephalus and Pteropus scapulatus).  J. Comp. Neurol.  335: 55-72.
  • Krubitzer, L. A. and J. H. Kaas, (1993) The dorsomedial visual area (DM) of owl monkeys:  Connections, myeloarchitecture, and homologies with other primates.  J. Comp. Neurol.  334:497-528
  • Krubitzer, L. A., Calford, M. B., and  Schmid, L. M. (1993) Connections of somatosensory cortex in megachiropteran bats: The evolution of cortical fields in mammals.  J. Comp. Neurol.  327:473-506.
  • Kaas, J. H. and L. A. Krubitzer (1992) Area 17 lesions deactivate area MT in owl monkeys.  Visual Neuroscience 9:399-407.
  • Krubitzer, L. A. and Kaas, J. H. (1992) The somatosensory thalamus of monkeys:  Cortical connections and a redefinition of nuclei in marmosets.  J. Comp. Neurol.  319:123-140.
  • Krubitzer, L. A. and Calford, M. B. (1992) Five topographically organized fields in the somatosensory cortex of the flying fox: microelectrode maps, myeloarchitecture, and cortical modules.  J. Comp. Neurol.  317:1-30.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1990) Convergence of processing  channels in the extrastriate cortex of monkeys.  Visual Neuroscience  5:609-613.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1990) Cortical connections of MT in four species of primates: areal, modular and retinotopic patterns.  Visual Neuroscience   5:165-204.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1990) The organization and connections of somatosensory cortex in  marmosets.  J. Neuroscience   10:952-974.
  • Kaas, J.H., Krubitzer, L.A., Chino, Y., Langston, A., and Polley, E.H.  (1990) Reorganization of retinotopic cortical maps in adult mammals after lesions of the retina.  Science 248:229-231.
  • Luethke, L.E., Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H.  (1989) Connections of primary auditory cortex in the new world monkey , Saguinus.  J. Comp. Neurol  285:487-513.
  • Kaas, J.H., Krubitzer, L.A. and Johanson, K.L (1989) Cortical connections of areas 17 (V-I) and 18 (V-II) of squirrels.  J. Comp. Neurol.   281:426-446.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1989) Cortical  integration of parallel  pathways in the visual system of primates.  Brain  Res.  478:161-165.
  • Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1988) Responsiveness and somatotopic  organization of anterior parietal field 3b  and adjacent cortex in newborn and infant monkeys.  Somatosensory and Motor  Res.  6:179-205.
  • Luethke, L.E.,  Krubitzer, L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1988) Cortical connections of electrophysiologically and architectonically defined  subdivisions of auditory cortex in squirrels. J. Comp. Neurol.   268:181-2203.
  • Krubitzer,  L.A. and Kaas, J.H. (1987) Thalamic connections of three  representations of  the body surface in somatosensory cortex of grey  squirrels.  J.  Comp. Neurol.    265:549-580.
  • Huerta, M.F., Krubitzer, L.A., and Kaas, J.H.  (1987) Frontal eye fields as defined by intracortical microstimulation in squirrel monkeys, owl monkeys, and macaque monkeys:  II. cortical connections. J.  Comp. Neurol. 265:332-361.
  • Huerta, M.F., Krubitzer, L.A., and Kaas, J.H.  (1986) Frontal eye field as defined by intracortical   microstimulation in squirrel monkeys, owl monkeys, and macaque monkeys: I. subcortical connections.  J. Comp. Neurol.  253:415-439.
  • Krubitzer, L. A., Sesma, M.A., and  Kaas, J.H. (1986)  Microelectrode maps, myeloarchitecture, and cortical  connections of three somatotopically organized  representations of the body  surface in the parietal cortex of squirrels.  J.  Comp. Neurol.   250:403-430.