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Dr. Frye began his research career at Union College, then received his PhD at the University of Washington. As a postdoctoral fellow at Berkeley and then at Caltech, he began to work on multi-sensory processing and motor control of flight in fruit flies. He is currently a member of the Department of Physiological Science, and teaches courses in integrative and comparative animal physiology. He is the reciepient of a Sloan Foundation Fellowship, and his laboratory examines sensory fuison and sensory-motor integration for the control of walking and flight in fruit flies.
Frye, M.A. Dynamic properties of large-field and small-field optomotor flight responses in Drosophila.
Journal of Comparative Physiology A
2007; in press:
Frye, M.A. Free-flight odor tracking in Drosophila is consistent with a mathematically optimal intermittent scale-free search.
Frye, M.A. Extracting behaviorally relevant retinal image motion cues via wide-field integration.
Proc. IEEE American Controls Conference
Frye, MA Dickinson, MH Fly flight: a model for the neural control of complex behavior..