- Welcome Aaron!
As part of the Oxford Hotchkiss Brain Institute Summer Student Exchange Scheme, Aaron Lanz joins us from Calgary for a three month project to study synaptic plasticity rules in the retrosplenial cortex.
- Welcome Matt!
Matthew Tran from our Linc Lab collaborators in Toronto joins us for the summer to learn advanced imaging methods.
- Welcome Karyna!
Biomedical Science student Karyna Mishchanchuk joins the lab for her FHS project. She will study synaptic plasticity in the retrosplenial cortex.
- Welcome Chris!
Dr Ee (Chris) Chong, on secondment from Prof Martin Booth's Dynamic Optics and Photonics Group, joins the lab to help set-up spatially multiplexed imaging on our two-photon rig.
- Good Luck Stevie!
Stevie just submitted his FHS thesis. Really well done! Let's hope the examiners agree... Good luck with Finals!!!
- Welcome Suzanne!
Wellcome Trust Neuroscience DTP student Suzanne Scott joins the lab for her D.Phil project. She will study inhibitory circuit function using novel pharmacological tools.
Inês and Marta defend their MSc theses and both receive top marks for their work in the lab. Well done!
- Welcome Stevie!
Stephen Wilson joins the lab for his FHS project. He will use optogenetics to map inputs into the retrosplenial cortex.
- Science without borders grant
Ana receives prestigious Science Without Borders Scholarship.
- Research in Conversation
Michael discusses memory function.
- HFSP Award
2015 Research Grant for an integrated multi-level investigation of neural codes in sensory processing.
- Welcome Ana!
Ana Carolina Bottura de Barros joins the lab as a graduate student for a D.Phil in Physiology. She will investigate structure and function of the retrosplenial cortex.
- Welcome Marta!
Marta Huelin Gorriz joins the lab from Amsterdam for her MSc Neuroscience project as part of the Erasmus+ programme. She will study how different types of cortical inhibition modulate thalamic input.
- 5' with ...
Michael speaks with Phenotype Science Journal about setting up lab in Oxford.
- PNAS paper out
Our latest paper demonstrating lateralisation of memory function – left CA3 activity is more critical for associative memory than right CA3. Highlighted in Nature Neuroscience Reviews and
- Welcome Inês!
Inês Barreiros joins the lab from Coimbra for her MSc Neuroscience project as part of the Erasmus+ programme. She will study the role of fast vs. slow inhibition in somatosensory processing.