Hyma Completes her Rotation

Hyma is a first year graduate student in the neuroscience program at Emory. During her rotation, she worked on mapping the relationship between sensory responses in the thalamus and the different cell types of the somatosensory cortex through low dimensional representations. She is now rotating at Dr. Malavika Murugan’s lab at Emory, working with in vivo calcium imaging of the prefrontal cortex while looking at the effect of social isolation in mouse decision making. Thank you for your efforts Hyma, and we hope to see you again!

This article was written by Adriano

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