Current and Past Trainees

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A Wealth of Talent
 

With the goal of building interdisciplinary collaborations, LaMP trainees are sought from diverse graduate groups including Neuroscience (NSC), Pharmacology and Toxicology (PTX), Psychology (PSY), Integrative Genetics and Genomics (IGG), Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (BMCDB), Molecular Cellular and Integrative Physiology (MCIP) and Biomedical Engineering (BMEGG) graduate programs.  Current and past trainees are highlighted below with links to their biographies and recent publications.

 

Current Trainees (2020-2021)
 

Jasmine Carter

Jasmine Carter

Graduate Group: Neuroscience

Major Professor: Kyle Fink

Research Area: Cell/Molecular

Proposal Title:  iPSC-derived neuronal model to study synaptic plasticity impairments associated with intellectual disabilities

 

Rose De KockRose De Kock

Graduate Group: Neuroscience

Major Professor: Wil Joiner

Research Area: Systems/Behavior

Proposal Title: Influence of movement on temporal discrimination in children with ADHD

 

Anirudh GaurAnirudh Gaur

Graduate Group: Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology

Major Professor: Jennifer Whistler

Research Area: Systems/Behavior

Proposal Title: Glucagon-like peptide 1 receptors gate dopamine dynamics, memory and learning

 

Kiran Long-IyerKiran Long-Iyer

Graduate Group: Neuroscience

Major Professor: Lin Tian

Research Area: Cell/Molecular

Proposal Title:  Investigating the sterotonergic modulation of reinforcement learning

 

Jacob RussinJacob Russin

Graduate Group: Psychology

Major Professor: Randy O'Reilly

Research Area: Computational

Proposal Title: Computational principles underlying learning in the prefrontal cortex

 

 

Ksenia VlasovKsenia Vlasov

Graduate Group: Neuroscience

Major Professor: Diasynou Fioravante

Research Area: Systems/Behavior

Proposal Title: Functional connectivity in novel cerebellar-amygdala circuits in mice

 

Tracy Warren

Tracy Warren

Graduate Group: Neuroscience

Major Professor: Alex Nord

Research Area: Cell/Molecular

Proposal Title: Uncovering the functional role of memory-associated risk variants in CACNA1C