Zang, Yunliang and Marder, Eve. (2023) Neuronal morphology enhances robustness to perturbations of channel densities. PNAS. 120 (8) e2219049120. doi: [PNAS]

Zang, Yunliang, Marder, Eve, and Marom, Shimon. (2022) Sodium channel slow inactivation normalizes firing in axons with uneven conductance distributions. [bioRxiv]

Marder, Eve. (2022) Living Science: The compliment sandwich. eLife 11:e82928.
doi: [eLife]

Rue, Mara C.P., Alonso, Leandro, and Marder, Eve (2022) Repeated applications of high potassium elicit long-term changes in a motor circuit from the crab, Cancer borealisiScience. doi: [iScience]

Abbott, L.F. and Marder, Eve (2022) Remembering Hirsh Cohen and His Role in Developing Computational Neuroscience. eNeuro. 2022 9(4). doi: [eNeuro]

Rue, Mara C.P., Baas‐Thomas, Natasha, Iyengar, Priya S., Scaria, Lara K., and Marder, Eve (2022) Localization of chemical synapses and modulatory release sites in the cardiac ganglion of the crab, Cancer borealisJournal of Comparative Neurology. 2022; 1–12 doi: [Journal of Comparative Neurology]

Marder, Eve (2022) Maintaining the joy of discovery. eLife 11:e80711. doi: [eLife]

Zang, Yunliang and Marder, Eve (2022) Reply to Kotler et al.: Changing ion concentrations in conductance-based models. PNAS. 119 (12) e2121944119. doi: [PNAS]

Kedia, Sonal, and Marder, Eve (2022) Blue light responses in Cancer borealis stomatogastric ganglion neurons. Current Biology. doi: [Current Biology]

Morozova, Ekaterina O., Newstein, Peter, and Marder, Eve (2022) Reciprocally inhibitory circuits operating with distinct mechanisms are differentially robust to perturbation and modulation. eLife 2022;11:e74363 doi: 10.7554/eLife.74363 [eLife]

Marder, Eve, and Rue, Mara C.P. (2021) From the Neuroscience of Individual Variability to Climate Change. 

Powell, D.J., Marder, E., and Nusbaum, M.P. (2021) Perturbation-specific responses by two neural circuits generating similar activity patterns. Current Biology. doi: [Current Biology]

Zang, Yunliang and Marder, Eve. (2021) Interactions among diameter, myelination, and the Na/K pump affect axonal resilience to high-frequency spiking. PNAS, PMID: 34353911 doi: 10.1073/pnas.2105795118[PNAS]

Gorur-Shandilya, S., Cronin, E.M., Schneider, A., Haddad, S.A., Rosenbaum, P., Bucher, D., Nadim, F., and Marder, E. (2021) Mapping circuit dynamics during function and dysfunction. bioRxiv. doi: [bioRxiv]

Rue, M.C.P., Alonso, L., and Marder, E. (2021) A model of rapid homeostatic plasticity accounts for hidden, long-lasting changes in a neuronal circuit after exposure to high potassium. bioRxiv. doi:  [bioRxiv]

Marder, Eve (2021) Charismatic and Visionary Leaders. eNeuro, 8 (2). doi: 10.1523/ENEURO.0125-21.2021 [eNeuro]


Goaillard, J.-M. and Marder, Eve (2021) Ion Channel Degeneracy, Variability, and Covariation in Neuron and Circuit Resilience. Annual Review of Neuroscience.  44:335–57. doi: [Annual Reviews in Neuroscience]


Siegelbaum, S.A., Clapham, D.E. and Marder, E. (2021) Modulation of Synaptic Transmission and Neuronal Excitability: Second Messengers. Chapter 14. IN: Principles of Neural Science, 6th edition, Kandel, E.R., Koester, J.D., Mack, S.H. and Siegelbaum, S.A., eds. McGraw Hill, New York.  pp. 301-323. ISBN: 9781259642234

Marder, Eve (2021) Truth even unto its innermost parts. eLife, 10:e66850 doi: 10.7554/eLife.66850 [eLife]


Ratliff, J., Franci, A., Marder, E., and O’Leary, T. (2021). Neuronal oscillator robustness to multiple global perturbations. Biophysical Journal, 120(8) 1454-1468, doi: [Biophysical Journal]

Powell, D., Haddad, S., Gorur Shandilya, S., and Marder, E. (2021) Coupling between fast and slow oscillator circuits in Cancer borealis is temperature-compensated. eLife, 10:e60454 doi: 10.7554/eLife.60454 [eLife]

Gorur-Shandilya, S., Marder, E., and O’Leary, T. (2020) Activity-dependent compensation of cell size is vulnerable to targeted deletion of ion channels. Scientific Reports. 10, 15989 (2020). doi: [Scientific Reports]

Alonso, L., and Marder, E. (2020) Temperature compensation in a small rhythmic circuit. eLife, 9:e55470 doi: 10.7554/eLife.55470 [eLife]

HeLily S.RueMara C.P., MorozovaEkaterina O., PowellDaniel J., JamesEric J., KarManaswini, and Marder, Eve. (2020) Rapid adaptation to elevated extracellular potassium in the pyloric circuit of the Crab, Cancer borealis. Journal of Neurophysiology, 123:52075-2089. doi: [Journal of Neurophysiology]

Ori, H., Hazan, H., Marder, E., and Harom, S. (2020) Dynamic clamp constructed phase diagram for the Hodgkin and Huxley model of excitability. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.

Northcutt, A., Kick, D., Otopalik, A., Goetz, B., Harris, R., Santin, J., Hofmann, H., Marder, E., and Schulz, D. (2019) Molecular profiling of single neurons of known identity in two ganglia from the crab Cancer borealisProc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 52: 26980-26990. doi: [PNAS]

Otopalik, A., Lane, B., Schulz, D., and Marder, E. (2019) Innexin expression in electrically coupled motor circuits. Neuroscience Letters. 695: 19-24. doi: [Neuroscience Letters]

Kushinsky, D., Morozova, E. and Marder, E. (2019) In vivo recordings of the heart and pyloric rhythms in the crab, Cancer borealis. Journal of Experimental Biology.  222:5. doi: 10.1242/jeb.199190 [Journal of Experimental Biology]

Alonso, L., and Marder, E. (2019) Visualization of currents in neural models with similar behavior and different conductance densities. eLife. 8: e42722 doi: 10.7554/eLife.42722 [eLife]

Haley, J.A., Hampton, D., and Marder, Eve (2018) Two central pattern generators from the crab, Cancer borealis, respond robustly and differentially to extreme extracellular pH. eLife 7:e41877 doi: 10.7554/eLife.41877 [eLife]

Ratliff, J, Marder, E., and O’Leary, T. (2018) Neural circuit robustness to acute, global physiological perturbations. [bioRxiv]

Haddad, S.A. and Marder, E. (2018) Circuit robustness to temperature perturbation is altered by neuromodulators. Neuron. 100:3;609-623. doi: [Neuron]

Rosenbaum, P. and Marder, E. (2018) Graded transmission without action potentials sustains rhythmic activity in some but not all modulators that activate the same current. The Journal of Neuroscience [Journal of Neuroscience]

Marder, Eve (2018) The Voice of Evidence. eLife, 7: e39915. doi: [eLife]

Marder, Eve (2018) Foreward. In: Lessons from the Lobster, Eve Marder’s work in Neuroscience. Nassim, C. MIT Press, Cambridge. Pp. ix-xi. ISBN: 9780262037785

Bronk, P., Kuklin, E.A., Gorur-Shandilya, S., Liu, C., Wiggin, T.D., Marder, E., and Griffith, L.C. (2018) Regulation of Eag by calcium/calmodulin controls presynaptic excitability in Drosophila. J. Neurophysiol., 119: 1665-1680. doi: [Journal of Neurophysiology]

Marder, Eve (2018) Autobiography. In: The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography. Society for Neuroscience. Volume 10, Albright, T.D. and Squire, L.R., eds. 420-455. ISBN: 9780916110109 [SFN]

Otopalik, A.G., Lane, B., Schulz, D.J. and Marder, E. (2017) lnnexin Expression in electrically coupled motor circuits. Neurosci. Lett., 695; 19-24. doi: [Neuroscience Letters]

Marder, Eve (2017) Scientific Publishing: Beyond scoops to best practices. eLife 6:e30076. doi: 10.7554/ eLife.30076 [eLife]

Nusbaum, M.P., Blitz, D.M., and Marder, E. (2017) Functional consequences of neuropeptide and small molecule co-transmission. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 18: 389-403. [Nature Reviews]

Marder, Eve (2016) The Rites of Spring, Take 2. eLife 5: e16846. PMCID: PMC4871704. doi: 10.7554/eLife.16846 [eLife]

Gjorgjieva, J., Drion, G., and Marder, E. (2016) Computational implications of biophysical diversity and multiple timescales in neurons and synapses for circuit performance. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol, 37: 44-52. doi: [Current Opinion in Neurobiology]

Jorgenson LA, Newsome WT, Anderson DJ, Bargmann CI, Brown EN, Deisseroth K, Donoghue JP, Hudson KL, Ling GS, MacLeish PR, Marder, E et al. (2015) The BRAIN Initiative: developing technology to catalyze neuroscience discovery. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 370. PMCID: PMC4387507. doi: [Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B]

Marder, Eve (2015) Understanding Brains: Details, Intuition, and Big Data. PLoS 13(5): e1002147. PMCID: PMC4428625. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002147. [PLoS Biology]

Malhotra, V. and Marder, E. (2015) The pleasure of publishing. eLife; 4: eo5770. PMCID: PMC4284499. doi: 10.7554/eLife.05770 [eLife]

Marder, E., Goeritz, M. and Otopalik, A. (2015) Robust circuit rhythms in small circuits arise from variable circuit components and mechanisms. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., 31:156-163. PMCID: PMC4375070. doi: 10.1016/j.conb.2014.10.012 [Current Opinion in Neurobiology]

Marder, E., Goeritz, M.L., Gutierrez, G.J., Hamood, A., Brookings, T., Haddad S., Kispersky, T., and Shruti, S. (2014) The Crustacean Stomatogastric Nervous System. IN: Derby, C.D. and Thiel, M. eds. The Natural History of Crustacea: Crustacean Nervous Systems and their Control of Behavior. Chapter 13. pp. 337-361. Oxford University Press. 592 pages. ISBN: 9780199791712

Marder, Eve (2014) Looking out for future scientists. eLife; 3: eo4901. PMCID: PMC4185419. doi: 10.7554/eLife.04901 [eLife]

Marder, E., O’Leary, T., and Shruti, S. (2014) Neuromodulation of circuits with variable parameters: small circuits reveal principles of state-dependent and robust neuromodulation. Annu. Rev. Neurosci., 37: 329-346. PMID: 25032499. doi: [Annual Reviews]

Kispersky, T., O’Leary, T. and Marder, E. (2014) Variability in nervous systems as a guiding principle for constructing computational models. Cognitive Neuroscience, Gazzaniga, M., ed. 140.

O’Leary, T., and Marder, E. (2014) Mapping neural activation onto behavior in an entire animal. Science, 344: 372-373. PMID: 24763581. doi: 10.1126/science.1253853 [Science]

Marder, Eve (2014) In Numbers We Trust? eLife 3: eo2791. PMCID: PMC3970754. doi: 10.7554/eLife.02791 [eLife]

Williams, A. H., Hamood, A. W. and Marder, E. (2014) Neuromodulation in small networks. In: D. Jaeger & R. Jung, Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience (pp. 1957-1970). Springer, New York. doi: [Springer]

Marder, Eve (2013) Grandmother Elephants. eLife 2013; 2: eo1140.  PMCID: PMC3721233. doi: 10.7554/eLife.01140 [eLife]

Birren, S.J. and Marder, E. (2013) Neuroscience: Plasticity in the Neurotransmitter Repertoire. Science, 340: 436-437. PMID: 23620040. doi: 10.1126/science.1238518 [Science]

Marder, Eve (2013) Luck, Jobs, and Learning. eLife, 2013; 2: eoo676. PMCID: PMC 3628440. doi: 10.7554/eLife.00676. [eLife]

Marder, Eve (2012) Neuromodulation of neuronal circuits: back to the future. Neuron, 76: 1-11. PMCID: PMC3482119. doi: [Neuron]

Marder, Eve (2011) Variability, compensation, and modulation in neurons and circuits. PNAS, 108, 15542-15548, suppl. doi: [PNAS]

Marder, E. and Taylor, A.L. (2011) Multiple models to capture the variability in biological neurons and networks. Nature Neuroscience, 14: 133-138. PMCID: PMC3686573. [Nature Neuroscience]

Marder, E., Grillner, S., and Kettenmann, H. (2010) Impacting our young. PNAS, 107: 21233. PMCID: PMC3003078. doi: [PNAS]

Marder, Eve (2007) Nervous systems made simple. Book review of An Introduction to Nervous Systems, Greenspan, R, Nature, 448: 537. ISBN: 0879698217  [Nature]

Marder, Eve (2007) Searching for Insight: Using Invertebrate Nervous Systems to Illuminate Fundamental Principles in Neuroscience. In: Invertebrate Neurobiology, North, G. and Greenspan, R.J., eds Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. p. 1-18. ISBN:  9780879698195

Marder, E. and Bucher, D. (2005) Robustness in neuronal systems: the balance between homeostasis, plasticity, and modulation. In: Robust Design, Erica Jen, ed, Oxford University Press. pp 135-149. ISBN: 9780195165326

Marder, Eve (2005) Experimenting with theory. In: Les Houches, Session LXXX, 2003. Methods and Models in Neurophysics., Edited by C.C. Chow, B. Gutkin, D. Hansel, C. Meunier, and J. Dalibard. Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp 1-16. ISBN: 9780444517920 [Google Books]

Abbott, L.F., Thoroughman, K., Prinz, A., Thirumalai, V. and Marder, E. (2003) Activity-dependent modification of intrinsic and synaptic conductances in neurons and rhythmic networks. In Van Ooyen, A., ed. Modeling Neural Development (MIT Press, Cambridge MA). ISBN: 9780262526395

Marder, E. and Prinz, A.A. (2003) Current Compensation in neuronal homeostasis. Neuron, 37: 2-4. PMID: 12526765. doi: [Neuron]

Marder, E., Swensen, A.M., Christie, A.E., and Nusbaum, M.P. (2002) Convergence and divergence of cotransmitter systems in the crab stomatogastric nervous system. In: The Crustacean Nervous System, K. Wiese, ed. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp 20-33. ISBN: 9783662048436

Prinz, A. A., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (2001) Dynamic Clamp: modeling with biological neurons. The Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Elsevier Science, Adelman, G. and Smith, B.H. Eds.

Goldman, M.S., Golowasch, J., Marder, E., and Abbott, L.F. (2000) Dependence of firing pattern on intrinsic ionic conductances: sensitive and insensitive combinations. Neurocomputing, 32-33: 141-146. doi:  [Neurocomputing]