CAN meeting

Our lab presented three posters at CAN meeting in Toronto. Jakki presented her Master thesis showing that event-locked transient cholinergic signal in the medial prefrontal cortex has opposing effects on memory encoding depending on event types. Tag showed that the inactivation of the lateral entorhinal cortex abolishes a neural signature of temporal associative learning in the medial prefrontal cortex. Kaori presented novel, minutes-order neural plasticity in the medial prefrontal cortex that occurs at the time of memory encoding. All these posters were well received, and we would like to thank everyone who stopped by and engaged in active discussion.

Seeking a New Research Assistant!

THANK YOU FOR MANY ENTHUSIASTIC APPLICATIONS TO THIS POSITION. THE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED. We are currently recruiting for one volunteer research assistant position. Our lab primarily works with rodents, investigating both the electrophysiological and cellular underpinnings of learning and memory formation. We are seeking an enthusiastic and eager undergraduate student to work with one of our Graduate students to examine cell activity patterns and their relation to memory formation. The prospective research assistant will be trained in a wide range of neuroscience focused experimental techniques, which include but are not limited to: animal handling, brain tissue possessing, brain tissue

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