“Ehsan Rezayat”


IPM Positions

Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2023 - Present )

Past IPM Positions

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2020 - 2023)
Ph.D. Student, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2014 - 2020)

Non IPM Affiliations

Assistant Professor of University of Tehran

Research Activities

My PhD was under the supervision of Dr Behrad Noudoost and Dr Mohammadreza Abolghasemi Dehaqani. I am interested in the interactions of prefrontal cortex with visual areas during object working memory tasks and also pharmacological manipulation of cortex.
I have a BSc. in Biomedical engineering from the Sharif University of Technology, Iran. Following my undergraduate studies, I was a researcher in ICSS at the electrophysiology lab where I worked on low intensity ultrasound brain stimulation in rodent.

Related Papers

1. R. Toosi, B. Karami, F. Shakerian, . , J. Noroozi, . , E. Rezayat, A.H. Vahabie and M.R. A. Dehaqani
The Spatial Frequency Representation Predicts Category Coding in the Inferior Temporal Cortex
eLife (2024),   [abstract]
2. L. Rezayat, M.H. Ghajar, A. Naji, J. Noroozi, M.R. A. Dehaqani and E. Rezayat
A low-cost protocol for reconditioning of deep-brain neural microelectrodes with material failure for electrophysiology recording
Biomedical Phys. & Engineering Express (2024),   [abstract]
3. E. Rezayat, H. Heidari-Gorji, P. Narimani, F. Shayahfar, J. Noroozi, E. Shahbazi, A. Ertiaei and M.R. A. Dehaqani
A multimodal imaging-guided software for access to primate brains
Heliyon 9 (2023), e12675  [abstract]
4. E. Rezayat, K. Clark, M.R. Abolghasemi-Dehaqani and B. Noudoust
Dependence of Working Memory on Coordinated Activity Across Brain Areas
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience (2022),   [abstract]
5. E. Rrzayat, M. A. Dehaqani, K. Clark, Z. Bahmani, T. Moore and B. Noudoost
Frontotemporal coordination predicts working memory performance and its local neural signatures
Nature Communications 12 (2021),   [abstract]
6. E. Rezayat, F. Shayanfar, M. HajiNasrollah, F. Shakerian and M. Abolghasemi Dehaqani
Custom-made implants for chronic in-vivo electrophysiological recording from primate�??s brain based on reconstructed skull model
Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (BCN, Publication of Tehran University of Medical Sciences) (2020),   [abstract]
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