CBS Brain Science Seminar Series(CBSS)
Dr. Priya Rajasethupathy

Dr. Priya Rajasethupathy, The Rockefeller University


Thursday, June 13, 16:00-17:30


Genetic and circuit contributions to memory

How are transient stimuli converted into lasting internal representations? And are there unique strategies to achieve memory on different time scales. Our lab addresses these questions by bridging functional genomics with systems neuroscience to provide cross-disciplinary insights. On one hand, we perform genetic mapping in outbred mice for unbiased discovery of genes, cell types, and circuits relevant for memory across different time scales. In parallel, we develop and apply methodologies to record and manipulate neural activity from relevant circuits in the behaving animal. In today’s talk, I will discuss how these approaches have led to insights into the thalamic contributions of both short- and long- term memory.


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