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Research groups

Hannah Warming

Research Assistant

I studied Biomedical Science and investigated NMDA receptor diversity during my Masters degree, and then completed a PhD researching the neurobiology of haemorrhagic stroke at the University of Southampton, working with various in vitro models of brain circuitry including acute slice and primary cell culture.

I am now working with Simon Butt to investigate cortical brain circuitry. My specialty is patch clamp electrophysiology, and I'm combining this technique with laser-scanning photostimulation to understand neuronal connections in the cortex throughout postnatal brain development.