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Emmanuel Perisse

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

I studied ethology and the neurobiology of learning and memory in honeybees as an undergraduate and during my PhD studies at the University of Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France.  A desire to use genetics to gain a higher resolution neural circuit understanding of mnemonic processes, lead me to join the Waddell lab at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, USA as a postdoc. I relocated with the Waddell group to the University of Oxford in November 2011 to continue my postdoctoral research.

I am currently using a variety of approaches in Drosophila to decipher the neural circuitry involved in the appropriate retrieval of goal-directed memory.

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