Join us on Thursday, May 11th for the 8th Annual Tufts Neuroscience Symposium and William Shucart Lecture. The day-long event features diverse speakers from around the country (Guoping Feng, [...]
On April 28, 2017, Karen Perez de Arce speaks at a panel discussion at The New York Academy of Sciences to be part of the group of scientists representing the international community. Congrats!
Congratulations, Adema Ribic, on receiving a poster prize at the Tufts University annual postdoc poster competition funded by the Tabrisky Research Fund. Really nice to get the recognition by [...]
The renewal of our R01 on synapse organization by SynCAM 1 upon the first submission is a real reason to celebrate
The renewal of our R01 on synapse organization by SynCAM 1 upon the first submission is a real reason to celebrate! Thanks to everyone in the lab for making this possible.
Andrew Coleman, that’s a smooth start into the new year. The paper showing that ER stress affects dendrite morphogenesis and that this pathway is conserved from worms to mammals is now accepted [...]
Julia Bungenberg’s application for an MD Fellowship from the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds (BIF) was funded, supporting her research in our group on cellular aberrations in neurodegeneration.
Hats off, Tony Cijsouw. It’s outstanding that your application to the Yale/NIDA Neuroproteomics Center Pilot Project Grant was selected for funding.
Kellie and Adema’s study on the control of excitatory connectivity and inhibitory drive in the hippocampal CA3 is now accepted
Congratulations to Kellie Park and Adema Ribic! Your great team effort got your paper “Excitatory synaptic drive and feedforward inhibition in the hippocampal CA3 circuit are regulated by [...]