The models commonly used in researching brain function and development are substantially different. This is of course stating the obvious when considering mouse and human. But even Continue reading
A picture is worth a thousand words. Or maybe three thousand.
I began my education in cortical development in Sharon Juliano’s lab. She had a great group. Deb McLaughlin was mapping out the sensory system of adult ferret cerebral cortex through marathon Ephys recording sessions that each lasted well over 24 hours straight. Continue reading