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Publications - Published


  • Vanni S., Hokkanen H., and Angelucci A. (2020) Anatomy and physiology of macaque visual cortical areas V1, V2 and V5/MT: bases for biologically realistic models. Cerebral Cortex 30:3483-3517.

  • Siu C., Balsor J., Federer F., and Angelucci A. (2020) “A direct interareal feedback-to-feedforward circuit in primate visual cortex”. BioRxiv, Submitted to Nature Communications.

  • Federer F., Ta’afua S., Merlin S., and Angelucci A. (2020) Stream-specific feedback inputs to the primate primary visual cortex. BioRxiv, Under revision in Nature Communications. 


  • Yarch J., Larsen H., Chen M. and Angelucci A. (2019) Morphological cell types projecting from V1 layer 4B to V2 thick and thin Stripes.      J. Neurosci. 39:7501-7512.


  • Nurminen L., Merlin S., Bijanzadeh M., Federer F. and Angelucci A. (2018) Top-down feedback controls spatial summation and response amplitude in primate visual cortex. Nature Communications 9:2281.

  • Bijanzadeh M., Nurminen L., Merlin S., Clark A.M. and Angelucci A. (2018). Distinct laminar processing of local and global context in primate primary visual cortex. Neuron 100:259-274. Video Abstract at: .

  • Petruzza S., Venkat A., Gyulassy A., Scorzelli G., Federer F., Angelucci A., Pascucci V. and Bremer P.T. (2018). Scaling big data neuroscience: From interactive analytics to HPC platforms. Big Data and HPC: Ecosystem and Convergence 33:53-68. doi: 10.3233/978-1-61499-882-2-53.

  • Usher W., Klacansky P., Federer F., Bremer P.T., Knoll A., Angelucci A., and Pascucci V. (2018). A virtual reality visualization tool for neuron tracing. IEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph. 24: 994-1003


  • Petruzza S., Venkat A., Gyulassy A., Scorzelli G., Federer F., Angelucci A., Pascucci V. and Bremer P.-T. (2017). ISAVS: Interactive scalable analysis and visualization system. SIGGRAPH ASIA 2017 Symposium on Visualization (SA '17), pii:18.doi: 10.1145/3139295.3139299
  • Boutte R.W., Merlin S., Yona G., Griffiths B., Angelucci A., Kahn I., Shoham S. and Blair S. (2017). Utah Optrode Array customization using stereotactic brain atlases and 3-D CAD modeling for optogenetic neocortical interrogation in small rodents and nonhuman primates. Neurophotonics 4:041502.

  • Angelucci A., Bijanzadeh M., Nurminen L., Federer, F., Merlin S. and Bressloff P.C. (2017) Circuits and mechanisms for surround modulation in visual cortex. Ann. Rev. Neurosci. 40: 425-451.

  • Yarch J., Federer F. and Angelucci A. (2017) Local circuits of V1 layer 4B neurons projecting to V2 thick stripes define distinct cell classes and avoid cytochrome oxidase blobs. J. Neurosci. 37:422-436.


  • Venkat A., Christensen C., Gyulassy A., Summa B., Federer F., Angelucci A*. and Pascucci* V. (2016). A scalable cyberinfrastructure for interactive visualization of terascale microscopy data. NYSDS, IEEE, pp1-7 * Equal Contribution


  • Angelucci A., Roe A. W. and Sereno M. I. (2015) Controversial Issues in Visual Cortex Mapping: Extrastriate Cortex between areas V2 and MT in Human and Non-Human Primates. Visual Neurosci. 32: E025 (pp. 1-3).

  • Angelucci A., and Rosa M.  (2015) Resolving the organization of the third tier visual cortex in primates: a hypothesis-based approach. Visual Neurosci. 32: E010 (pp. 1-26).

  • Jeffs J., Federer F. and Angelucci A. (2015) Corticocortical connection patterns reveal two distinct visual cortical areas bordering dorsal V2 in marmoset monkey. Visual Neurosci. 32: E012 (pp. 1-24).

  • Seyedhosseini M., Shushruth S., Davis T., Ichida J.M., Greger B., Angelucci A.* and Tasdizen T.* (2015) Informative features of local field potential signals in primary visual cortex during natural image stimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 113:1520-1532.*Equal Contribution.


  • Kingdom FA, Angelucci A, Clifford CW (2014) Special Issue: The function of contextual modulation. Vision Res. 104:1-2.

  • Nurminen L. and Angelucci A. (2014) Multiple components of surround modulation in primary visual cortex: multiple neural circuits with multiple functions?.Vision Res. 104: 47-56.


  • Federer F., Williams D., Ichida J.M., Merlin S. and Angelucci A. (2013) Two projection streams from macaque V1 to the pale cytochrome oxidase stripes of V2. J. Neurosci. 33: 11530-11539.

  • Shushruth S., Nurminen L., Bijanzadeh M., Ichida J.M., Vanni S., and Angelucci A. (2013) Different orientation-tuning of near and far surround suppression in macaque primary visual cortex mirrors their tuning in human perception. J. Neurosci. 33: 106-119.

  • Rosa M., Angelucci A. and Pettigrew J.D. (2013). The case for a dorsomedial area (DM) in the primate “third tier” visual cortex. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 280: 20121372.

  • Jeffs J., Federer F., Ichida J. M. and Angelucci A. (2013). High-resolution mapping of anatomical connections in marmoset extrastriate cortex reveals a complete representation of the visual field bordering dorsal V2.Cerebral Cortex. 23: 1126-1147.

  • Angelucci A.,Shushruth S. (2013) Beyond the classical receptive field: surround modulation in primary visual cortex. In: The New Visual Neurosciences, (L.M. Chalupa& J.S. Werner, Eds.), MIT Press (Cambridge): Chapter 30, pp. 425-444.


  • Shushruth, Mangapathy P., Ichida J. M., Bressloff P.C., Schwabe L. and Angelucci A.  (2012). Strong recurrent networks compute the orientation-tuning of surround modulation in the primate primary visual cortex.J. Neurosci. 32:308-321.


  • Schwabe L., Ichida J.M., Shushruth, Mangapathy P. and Angelucci A.(2010). Contrast-dependence of surround suppression in macaque V1: experimental testing of a recurrent network model.Neuroimage52: 777-792.


  • Federer F., Ichida J. M., Jeffs J., Schiessl I., McLoughlin N. and Angelucci A. (2009) Four projection streams from primate V1 to the cytochrome oxidase stripes of V2.J. Neurosci.29: 15455-15471.

  • Shushruth, Ichida J.M., Levitt J.B. and Angelucci A. (2009) Comparison of spatial summation properties of neurons in macaque V1 and V2. J. Neurophysiol.102:2069-2083.

  • Jeffs J., Ichida J. M., Federer F. and Angelucci A. (2009). Anatomical evidence for classical and extra-classical receptive field completion across the discontinuous horizontal meridian representation of primate area V2. Cerebral Cortex19:963-981.


  • Ichida J. M., Schwabe L.,  Bressloff P.C. and Angelucci A.  (2007). Response facilitation from the “suppressive” receptive field surround of macaque V1 neurons. J. Neurophysiol. 98: 2168-2181.


  • Angelucci A. and Bressloff P.C. (2006).  Contribution of feedforward, lateral and feedback connections to the classical receptive field and extra-classical receptive field surround of primate V1 neurons. Prog. Brain Res. 154:93-121.

  • Schwabe L., Obermayer K., Angelucci A.* and Bressloff P.C.*  (2006).  The role of feedback in shaping the extra-classical receptive field of cortical neurons: a recurrent network model. J Neurosci  26:9117-9129.* A.A. and P.C.B. equal senior author contribution.

  • Angelucci A, Sainsbury K. (2006). Contribution of feedforward thalamic afferents and corticogeniculate feedback to the spatial summation area of macaque V1 and LGN. J Comp Neurol 498: 330-351.


  • Angelucci A, Bullier J. (2003). Reaching beyond the classical receptive field of V1 neurons: horizontal or feedback axons? J Physiol97: 141-154.

  • Lund JS, Angelucci A, Bressloff PC. (2003). Anatomical substrates for functional columns in macaque monkey primary visual cortex. Cereb Cortex13:15-24.


  • Angelucci A, Levitt JB, Lund JS. (2002). Anatomical origins of the classical receptive field and modulatory surround field of single neurons in macaque visual cortical area V1. Prog Brain Res 136: 373-88.

  • Angelucci A, Levitt JB, Walton EJ, Hupe JM, Bullier J, Lund JS. (2002). Circuits for local and global signal integration in primary visual cortex. J Neurosci22: 8633-8646.


  • Parkes L, Lund J, Angelucci A, Solomon JA, Morgan M. (2001). Compulsory averaging of crowded orientation signals in human vision. Nature Neurosci4: 739-744.


  • Sharma J, Angelucci A, Sur M. (2000). Induction of visual orientation modules in auditory cortex. Nature404: 841-847.

  • Angelucci A, Sharma J, Sur M. (2000). Modifiability of neocortical connections and function during development. In J. H. Kaas (Ed.), The Mutable Brain(pp. 351-392). Hardwood Academic Publishers. 


  • Sur M, Angelucci A, Sharma J. (1999). Rewiring cortex: the role of patterned activity in development and plasticity of neocortical circuits. J Neurobiol41: 33-43.

  • Angelucci A, Clasca F, Sur M. (1998). Brainstem inputs to the ferret medial geniculate nucleus and the effect of early deafferentation on novel retinal projections to the auditory thalamus. J Comp Neurol400: 417-439.

  • Angelucci A, Clasca F, Bricolo E, Cramer KS, Sur M. (1997). Experimentally induced retinal projections to the ferret auditory thalamus: development of clustered eye-specific patterns in a novel target. J Neurosci17: 2040-2055.

  • Cramer KS, Angelucci A, Hahm JO, Bogdanov MB, Sur M. (1996). A role for nitric oxide in the development of the ferret retinogeniculate projection. J Neurosci16: 7995-8004.

  • Angelucci A, Clasca F, Sur M. (1996). Anterograde axonal tracing with the subunit B of cholera toxin: a highly sensitive immunohistochemical protocol for revealing fine axonal morphology in adult and neonatal brains. J Neurosci Methods65: 101-112.

  • Clasca F, Angelucci A, Sur M. (1995). Layer-specific programs of development in neocortical projection neurons. ProcNatlAcadSci U S A92: 11145-11149.

  • Johnson PB, Angelucci A, Ziparo RM, Minciacchi D, Bentivoglio M, Caminiti R. (1989). Segregation and overlap of callosal and association neurons in frontal and parietal cortices of primates: a spectral and coherency analysis. J Neurosci9: 2313-2326.