The Whitehall Foundation graciously funded our project proposal entitled “The Fundamental Role of NMDA Receptor Co-agonism” that will attempt to address two fundamental properties of the NMDA receptor: 1) why do NMDA receptors require two chemical signals, glutamate and glycine,
Eden receives T32 fellowship in the Pharmacology Training Program!
Congratulations Eden, looking forward to participating in the training program with you! http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/pharmacology/training_program.html
Congratulations Jon! Representing UC Davis in China
Congratulations to Jon Wong who was just selected to represent the UC Davis College of Biological Sciences at the International Student Workshop in Beijing, China in October! This is a collaborative program between UC Davis, the Nara Institute of Science and
John Gray awarded NARSAD Young Investigator Grant
Our proposal entitled “Genetic ‘Saturation’ of the NMDA Receptor Glycine Co-Agonist Site” was selected for a NARSAD Young Investigator Grant from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. We are interested in understanding the fundamental basis for the unique requirement of NMDA
New Pilot Grant from the ADC!
I just received the exciting news that I have received a pilot project grant from the UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center. Hippocampal synapse loss is an early finding in Alzheimer’s disease that is associated with elevated levels of soluble amyloid-β