Kevin successfully defended his PhD dissertation, “Slow and fast gamma rhythms represent distinct memory processing states in the hippocampus”.
Chenguang’s paper about how slow and fast gamma frequencies change with running speed has been accepted to Hippocampus.
The lab received an R01 grant from NIMH to study the roles of slow and fast gamma oscillations in memory processing.
Congratulations to May-Britt Moser, Edvard Moser, and John O’Keefe! Hooray for them and hooray for place cells and grid cells!
The lab received a grant from the Whitehall Foundation to study grid cells in the medial entorhinal cortex during sleep.
Dylan received a BS in Neurobiology, and he graduated with High Honors. Dylan will continue working for the lab this summer. He will study gamma rhythms in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.