New paper published in Neurobiology of Aging
Stephanie's hard work finally bear fruit! By recording oscillatory neural activity in rats that mimicked brain abnormality in the earliest stage of Alzheimer's disease, she found this minor brain abnormality dramatically changed the way that brain regions communicate to form associative memory. This work is in press in Neurobiology of Aging. It is conducted with collaboration with Dr. Ronald Klein at LSU. Read more here:
Tag breezed through the transfer exam!
Tag has worked in the lab since he was the third year undergraduate student. Last week, he has successfully passed the exam for transferring from the Masters to Ph.D. program. Congratulations, Tag!