The image is from their paper, "Trim9 Deletion Alters the Morphogenesis of Developing and Adult-Born Hippocampal Neurons and Impairs Spatial Learning and Memory, " published in collaboration with Stephanie Gupton's lab in the same edition.
The Pharmacology Department held it's first “From Lab to Life” seminar April 15, 2016. This series features Pharmacology Alumni returning to share their stories. Our first “From Lab to Life” talk featured Emily Zhou.
UNC School of Medicine researchers have found a protein that appears to protect against coronary artery disease in older people with surprisingly clear arteries.
Study could lead to new drug development targets for forms of anxiety that are more pathological, such as those associated with excessive alcohol intake or opiate abuse.
Reid Olsen wins a 2015 Joy Cappel Young Investigator award.
Meagan Ryan, CCBTP trainee and graduate student in the Der and Cox Labs, has been selected to receive a Women in Cancer Research (WICR) Scholar Award.
Nicole Baker founds Science Writing and Communication Club and popular SWAC science blog, The PipettePen.
The Hahn, Kuhlman and Kasai labs developed a genetically encoded probe that can label and optically erase synapses that were enlarged or generated by motor learning. Dense labeling of synapses was found in a small subset of pyramidal neurons, and irradiation with blue light erased motor memory.