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Raf Chociej joins the lab as an undergraduate student. Welcome Raf!
Cole Roland joins the lab as a rotation student. Welcome Cole!
Deepika Gupta joins the lab as a research assistant. Welcome Deepika!
Akash will start his postdoc in Feng Zhang's lab at MIT/Broad Institute in the fall. Congratulations!
Changwoo will start his postdoc in Catherine Dulac's lab at Harvard in the fall. Congratulations!
Yi-Yun will start her postdoc in Michael Halassa's lab at MIT in the fall. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Yi-Yun Ho for successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis: "The role of ventromedial prefrontal parvalbumin neurons in mediating proactive defensive responses"!
Congratulations to Akash Guru for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis: “Ramping activity in midbrain dopamine neurons signifies the use of a cognitive map”!
"A Hot-Coal theory of Working Memory" preprint on bioRxiv.
Congratulations to Changwoo Seo for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis "Intense threat switches dorsal raphe serotonin system to a paradoxical operational mode"!
Congratulations to Ryan Post for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis: "Initiation and adaptive termination of goal-directed behavior"! Ryan will start his postdoc in Nick Betley's lab at Penn in the fall.
"Ramping activity in midbrain dopamine neurons signifies the use of a cognitive map" preprint on bioRxiv.
"Quantitative analysis of 1300-nm three-photon calcium imaging in the mouse brain" published in eLife.
"Intense threat switches dorsal raphe serotonin neurons to a paradoxical operational mode" published in Science.
Wenchao receives a Mong Neurotechnology Fellowship.
Ryan receives a poster award at the Stress Neurobiology Workshop in Banff, Canada.
Mackenzie Lemieux receives the Mika Salpeter Prize for undergraduate research in Neurobiology.
Kasey Han receives the Robert Capranica Prize for undergraduate research in Neuroethology.
"Melancholy, anhedonia, apathy: the search for separable behaviors and neural circuits in depression" published in Current Opinion in Neurobiology.
"Gamma and beta bursts during working memory readout suggest roles in its volitional control" published in Nature Communications.
"Hebbian Learning in a Random Network Captures Selectivity Properties of the Prefrontal Cortex" published in Journal of Neuroscience.
Changwoo and Akash receive travel fellowships to attend Neuromodulation of Neural Microcircuits in Lausanne and Geneva, Switzerland.
Dave receives a second NARSAD Young Investigator Grant.
Ryan, Yi-Yun, and Akash receive Mong Neurotechnology Fellowships.
Michelle Jin receives the Mika Salpeter Prize for undergraduate research in Neurobiology.
Dave and Changwoo receive Mong Neurotechnology Fellowships.
"Prefrontal cortical regulation of brainwide circuit dynamics and reward-related behavior" published in Science.
Melissa receives an NIH Director's New Innovator Award.
Dave receives a NARSAD Young Investigator Grant.
"Making Sense of Optogenetics" is published in International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology.
Yi-Yun receives a Study Abroad Scholarship from the Ministry of Education of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Melissa receives a Whitehall Foundation Research Grant.
Changwoo receives a Sigma Xi research grant.
Melissa receives an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship.
"In vivo optogenetic stimulation of the rodent central nervous system" published in Journal of Visualized Experiments.
"Daytime spikes in dopaminergic activity drive rapid mood-cycling in mice" published in Molecular Psychiatry.
Jungsoo, Andrew, and Changwoo win the Cornell Biotech Imaging Contest.
"Optical Neural Interfaces" published in the Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering.
Changwoo receives a Cornell Neurobiology and Behavior Student Research Grant in Animal Behavior.
"Progress in understanding mood disorders: optogenetic dissection of neural circuits" published in Genes, Brain and Behavior.
The Warden Lab officially opens its doors!
Melissa receives a NYSCF - Robertson Neuroscience Investigator award.