A MOLECULAR APPROACH TO NEUROMODULATION AND SYSTEMS NEUROSCIENCE
  • WHAT WE DO

    Our goal is to understand how learning is encoded in brain circuits, and how new behaviours that did not exist before imprint in neuronal circuits when they are generated, matured and adapted upon changes in environmental rules.
    Research
  • HOW WE DO IT

    We combine behavioural procedures in mice drawn from the associative learning literature with the use of modern microscopy and transgenic technology for the recording, tracing and manipulation of specific circuits in the brain.
    Publications
  • WHO WE ARE

    Meet the members of the Neuromodulatory Systems & Behaviour team (NeuroModuLab), led by J. Bertran-Gonzalez and Miriam Matamales. We are based in UNSW Sydney and are part of the Decision Neuroscience Laboratory.
    People

GRANT FUNDING
Our work is supported by the Australian Research Council (Project Grant to J. B-G and M. M; Future Fellowship to J. B-G) and the National Health and Medical Research Council (Project Grant to J. B-G and M. M). Click for details

RESEARCH ETHICS & SAFETY
All experimental procedures are approved by the Animal Care and Ethics Commitee and the Gene Technology Research Commitee at UNSW.

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