Shekib comes to us from Tom O’Dell’s lab at UCLA where he found unique NMDA receptor differences between ventral and dorsal hippocampus mediated by SK channels that account for differences in synaptic plasticity between those regions. We’re excited to have
We are excited to have MD/PhD student Ariel Jacobi rotating in the lab. As an undergraduate, Ariel worked with David Lynch at UPenn examining the novel possibility of postsynaptic D-serine and its biosynthetic enzyme, serine racemase. She then spent a
Congrats to Lindsay for getting her first whole cell patch clamp AMPA receptor EPSC recording! Much faster than I did when I was learning e-phys, that’s for sure. And thanks to Eden and Jon for your great teaching!
One of the rare moments everyone is in the lab at the same time! No, we didn’t plan to all wear flannel, and no, I don’t have an abnormally long left arm. L-to-R: Jon Wong, Sunny Zhang, Haley Martin, John
Excited to have Lindsay Cameron from the Neuroscience Graduate Group rotating this quarter!
Congratulations to Jonathan Wong for passing his qualifying exam and becoming an official PhD candidate!!
Excited that Eden has decided to join the Gray Lab! Eden graduated from UC Irvine where she worked in the lab of Diane O’Dowd studying how mutations in the gene for the voltage-gated sodium channel NaV1.1 lead to epilepsy.
Happy to have Eden Barragan from the Neuroscience Graduate Group rotating in the lab!
Finally got the first photo of the lab. L-to-R: Meaghan, Aaron, Jon, John
I am really excited to Meaghan joining the lab, my first postdoc! She comes from Gabriela Popescu’s laboratory at the University at Buffalo, where she published a series of elegant studies that contributed significantly to our understanding of the structure/function relationships