Divergent roles of the medial PFC and the mediodorsal thalamus in alcohol-related behaviors

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Speaker(s): Dr. Jennifer Rinker
Research in the Mulholland Lab aims to unlock the molecular mechanisms by which chronic alcohol leads to excessive drinking, alcohol-biased choice behaviors, cognitive impairments, negative affective behaviors, and aberrant structural and functional plasticity. We combine various techniques, such as super-resolution confocal microscopy, light sheet whole-brain imaging, in vivo and ex vivo electrophysiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, fiber photometry, and behavior, to understand the cellular and molecular changes that contribute to alcohol use disorder.

Please contact Tyler Lee for Zoom access link.
Sponsor

Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS)

Co-Sponsor(s)

Center on Addiction and Behavior Change; Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Divergent roles of the medial PFC and the mediodorsal thalamus in alcohol-related behaviors

Contact

Lee, Tyler
613-5025