Event Detail

Circuit, Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Epilepsy Development by Dr. Shanti Frausto

You’re invited to attend a lecture by Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Shanti Frausto. The dentate gyrus (DG) is critically involved in cognitive processes such as pattern separation and is crucial to the formation of episodic memories. In this study, Frausto examined how the DG circuit is altered during epilepsy and begin to investigate the cellular and molecular mechanisms that may be involved in the development of epilepsy.

Location

Dana Science Classroom-146

Event Type

Lecture

Contact

Duncan, Fern L
feduncan@davidson.edu