Daniel is a National Library of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine. He obtained his undergraduate training in exercise physiology at Willamette University and graduate training in neurophysiology at Oregon Health & Science University. Daniel’s research interests include open source software development, biological signal processing, and machine learning.
Areas of interest
- Biological signal processing
- Open source software
- Machine learning
- B.A., Willamette University, Salem Oregon United States 2007
- Ph.D., Oregon Health & Science University, Portland Oregon United States 2015
Honors and awards
- National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders F31 Predoctoral Fellowship
- Vertex Pharmaceuticals Scholar Award
Yaeger DB, Coddington EJ. (2018) Calcium-induced calcium release activates spontaneous miniature outward currents in newt meduliary reticular formation neurons. J Neurophysiol., 120(6): 3140-54.
Gayet-Primo J, Yaeger DB, Khanjian R, Puthussery T. (2018) Heteromeric Kv2/Kv8.2 channels mediate delayed rectifier potassium currents in primate photoreceptors. J Neurosci. 38(14):3414-3427.
Yaeger DB, Trussell LO. (2016) Auditory Golgi cells are interconnected predominantly by electrical synapses. J Neurophysiol 116(2): 540-51.
Yaeger DB, Trussell LO. (2015) Single granule cells excite Golgi cells and evoke feedback inhibition in the cochlear nucleus. J Neurosci 35(11): 4741-50.