Faculty Mentors

Shumyatsky Gleb 6aef6Professor Gleb Shumyatsky received his Ph.D. in the Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology (USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) and his postdoctoral training was at Columbia University with Eric Kandel, who received a Nobel Prize for identifying the molecular and synaptic mechanisms of memory storage in 2000. His lab is studying the molecular and cellular mechanisms of learning and memory as well as modeling in mice mental states such as autism and depression, using behavioral, molecular and genetic approaches. He welcomes undergraduate students who are passionate about science and in particular are curious about how the brain works.

 

 

 


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