Welcome to the Barth Lab!
Research in the Barth lab is focused on understanding how experience assembles and alters the properties of neural circuits in the cerebral cortex, in both normal and disease states.
There is a postdoctoral position available in the lab.
January 2017 – Dika Kuljis received a training grant in the Neurobiology of Neurological Disease (T32 NS086749).
September 21, 2016 – Nick Audette received the Henry L. Hillman Presidential Fellowship.
January 2016 – Joanna Urban-Ciecko was awarded the SONATA BIS from the National Science Centre, Poland.
Title: Learning-evoked plasticity of somatostatin and parvalbumin interneurons: mechanisms and impact.
December 2015 – Images from Chandrasekaran et al selected for Journal of Neuroscience December 16; 35(50): 16297-16561
September 2015 - Alison Barth named interim director of BrainHub
May 2015 – Santosh Chandrasekaran received his PhD!
Thesis Title: Unbiased, High-Throughput Electron Microscopy Analysis of Experience-Dependent Synaptic Changes.
May 2015 – Nick Audette received the Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences Graduate Fellowship