Dr. Brumback participates in the NIH workshop Biomarkers to Enable Therapeutics Development in Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
We begin analysis of our first in vivo electrophysiology recordings with the help of automated spike sorting.
We collect our first patch clamp physiology recording thanks to INS rotator Sophie Sánchez!
Dr. Brumback accepts the Philip R. Dodge Young Investigator Award at the annual meeting of the Child Neurology Society and gives a presentation entitled Toward novel circuit therapies for autism.
September: We hold our inaugural weekly lab meeting!
Dr. Brumback pens a guest blog for Dell Medical School.
August: Dr. Brumback's postdoctoral fellowship work accepted for publication in Molecular Psychiatry.
Dr. Brumback performs her first in vivo electrophysiology (tetrode) recordings in awake, behaving mice with mentorship from our next door neighbors in the Colgin Lab.
We welcome Aurora Weiden and Meredith McCarty to the lab as research assistants.
INS student Sophie Sánchez begins her first rotation with us - welcome!
May: Dr. Brumback speaks at the Early Career Research Training Symposium: A Roadmap to Academic Success for Residents and Fellows at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.