Dr. Wan Chen Lin

Wan Chen Lin received her Ph.D. in behavioral and systems neuroscience. Congratulations Dr. Lin!

Dr. Wan Chen Lin2021-06-02T16:26:54+00:00

Kristen Delevich Awarded Tourette Association of America Funding

The Tourette Association of America has awarded its Young Investigator Award to Kristen Delevich for her research project, Studying the Influence of Hormones on the Brain. This work seeks to understand the influence of puberty on brain circuits involved in behavioral control, in an effort to elucidate why Tourette symptoms typically change during adolescence. Congratulations, Dr. Delevich!

Kristen Delevich Awarded Tourette Association of America Funding2019-10-17T22:14:02+00:00

New nIRCats Paper with the Landry Lab

We just published our first collaborative paper with the Landry lab in Science Advances. Beyene et al. shows that new nIRCats enable detection of dopamine release with high spatial resolution and are compatible with dopamine receptor pharmacology. There is brief coverage in Nature and a link to the paper is here.

New nIRCats Paper with the Landry Lab2019-07-17T19:39:50+00:00

Hoshal & Okada Awards

Undergraduate awards: Ben Hoshal won an MCB poster award and Nana Okada won a Psychology poster award. Congratulations to Ben and Nana!

Hoshal & Okada Awards2018-04-24T10:57:44+00:00

Congrats Wan Chen

Wan Chen Lin passed her qualifying exam! Congratulations Wan Chen!

Congrats Wan Chen2017-11-05T08:22:31+00:00

Wan Chen Lin Wins Poster Award at Flux

In September many of us attended the Flux Congress on brain development in Portland. Wan Chen Lin won a poster award. David Piekarski and Wan Chen Lin also won travel awards. Congratulations David and Wan Chen! Next year Flux will be in Berlin.

Wan Chen Lin Wins Poster Award at Flux2017-11-05T08:20:30+00:00