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Research groups

Qinbo Qiao

DPhil student

I completed my undergraduate studies at Ocean University of China, where I obtained a BSc (Hons) degree in Marine Biology. I gained a MSc degree in Neuroscience in Prof Bendor's Lab at University College London, where I was mainly investigating the mechanisms underlying the memory triage and memory consolidation in hippocampus using various mouse behavioural paradigm.

I joined the Cragg Group in July 2022, where my DPhil project mainly investigates the mechanisms underlying the regulation between striatal key neurotransmitters (such as serotonin) and dopamine in both health and Parkinson's Disease. Ex-vivo fast-scan cyclic voltammetry and genetically-encoded G-protein-coupled-receptor activation-based (GRAB) sensors is predominantly used to monitor the neurotransmitter release in real-time.