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PROMEMO aims to identify and understand the function of memory-associated proteins that determines the persistence of a memory.
Switching memory "on" and "off" - generation and removal of an associative memory by changing synaptic strength (inducing LTD and LTP).
Spanning cutting-edge techniques in proteomics, complex structural biology, optogenetic memory engineering, electrophysiology, and high-resolution brain imaging.
Sierra will be performing a variety of assays to help lab members with their research, including histology, genotyping, cell culture and other biochemical and biological analysis. She will also be helping with routine lab maintenance. Welcome Sierra!
After working as an intern at Nabavi Lab for almost one year, Alejo has just started a new position as a Research Assistant. By combining electrophysiological recordings in awake mice and advanced computational analyses, he will continue to investigate the synaptic and circuit mechanisms that underlie the association of events separated in time. Congrats Alejo!
Tim recently completed an MSc. degree in Neurosciences (University of Bremen), during which he specialized particularly in the fields of behavioural research and neuropsychopharmacology. In an interdisciplinary approach, he will investigate the underlying mechanisms that mediate stress-induced social memory modulation. Functional circuit investigation will be carried out via optical and chemogenetic manipulations. Congratulations on your new title Tim!
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On 2 May 2023, the DNRF will visit PROMEMO for the 5th follow-up meeting.
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