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Aoto Lab September 2022
Photo credit: Nicole Brown
Pat the Plat
B.S. Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2015, University of Arizona
NSP Graduate Student (2018-present)
JungMin is interested in the function of Neurexin-3 in cocaine-induced plasticity and its significance in drug-related behaviors.
B.M. Vocal Performance, 2013, University of Denver;
B.S. Biology, 2017, University of Colorado Denver
MSTP Pharmacology Graduate Student (2019-present)
Brian utilizes super-resolution microscopy to investigate how manipulation of synaptic proteins affects the subsynaptic organization of excitatory synapses in hippocampus.
B.S. Biology, 2018, Morehouse College
Pharmacology Graduate Student (2019-present)
HHMI Gilliam Fellow
Eric is investigating how precise alterations in Nrxn3a sequence affects synaptic physiology and animal behavior
Emma Boxer, Ph.D
B.S. Biology and Psychology, 2015, University of Colorado Denver
NSP Graduate Student (2016-2022)
Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Fellow
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow, CalTech. Dr. David Anderson Lab
Susana Restrepo Upegui, Ph.D
BS, Biotechnology, 2015, University of Florida
Pharmacology Graduate program (2016-2021)
HHMI Gilliam Fellow
Current position: Clinical Project Manager, Gateway Institute for Brain Research
BS, Neuroscience, 2018, College of William and Mary
Research Assistant 2020-2021
Current position: Graduate student in Georgetown University
BS, Neuroscience, Minor Molecular and Cellular Biology, 2018, Colorado College
Professional Research Assistant 2018-2020
Brett Dunn, M.S.
Master's Degree 2016-2017
Current position: Biodesix
Professional Research Assistant 2016-2018
Current position: Medical student at CU Anschutz
University of Wyoming
Former Rotation Students:
We are interested in you!
The Aoto Lab is now hiring!
Are you a dedicated, independent and hard-working scientist?
Do you enjoy working in a collaborative environment?
We are always looking for scientists at all levels (undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral fellows). Postdoctoral fellows with a background in synaptic electrophsyiology or molecular biology are encouraged to apply.
For inquiries, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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