Greg J Stephens
Assistant Professor (Adjunct)
BSc (Physics, Ohio Univeristy) MSc (Physics, Syracuse University) PhD (Physics, University of Maryland)
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Biological Physics Theory Unit, OIST (2012-Present)
- Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (2012-Present)
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics and Department of Physics, Princeton University (2005-2011)
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Theory and Physics Divisions, Los Alamos National Laboratory
A Gomez-Marin, N Partoune, GJ Stephens & M Louis, Open source software to track and analyze orientation behavior in Drosophila larvae. (Accepted, PLoS One, 2012).
GJ Stephens, M Bueno de Mesquita, WS Ryu & W Bialek, The emergence of long timescales and stereotyped behavior in C. elegans. Proc Nat Acad Sci (USA) 108, 7286-7289 (2011); arXiv.org:0912.5232 [q–bio.NC].
A Gomez-Marin, GJ Stephens & M Louis, Active sampling and decision making in Drosophila chemotaxis. Nat Comm 2, 441 (2011).
GJ Stephens, LS Silbert & U Hasson, Speaker-listener neuronal coupling underlies successful communication. Proc Nat Acad Sci (USA) 107,14425–14430 (2010); See also Faculty of 1000 evaluation: C McGettigan & S Scott: 2010. F1000.com/5431957.
GJ Stephens & W Bialek, Statistical mechanics of letters in words. Phys Rev E 81, 066119 (2010); arXiv.org:0801.0253[q-Bio].
GJ Stephens, B Johnson–Kerner, W Bialek & WS Ryu, Dimensionality and dynamics in the behavior of C. elegans. PLoS Comp Bio 4, e1000028 (2008); arXiv:0705.1548 [q–bio.OT] ; See also Faculty of 1000 evaluations: I Couzin: 2009. F1000.com/1109020, L Maler: 2008. F1000.com/1109020.