Anca Savulescu University of Cape Town
19 protocols

Andrew Eagle Michigan State University
3 protocols

Ehsan Kheradpezhouh Australian National University
9 protocols

Fabiana Scornik University of Girona
2 protocols

Editor
Geoffrey C. Y. Lau
  • Assistant Professor, City University of Hong Kong
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • Mechanisms of homeostatic plasticity
    Cortical circuit mapping
    Neuron type-specific function
    Circuit basis of olfaction
    Models of neuropsychiatric disorders
  • 0 Author merit

Education

Ph.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 2007

Lab information

Geoff Lau Lab
http://geofflau.wixsite.com/neuro

Publications

7 Protocols reviewed
Cylinder Test to Assess Sensory-motor Function in a Mouse Model of Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative movement disorder that happens due to the loss of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra. The deficiency of dopamine in the basal nuclei drives cardinal motor symptoms such as bradykinesia ...
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A Mouse Model of Postoperative Pain
Authors:  Ashley M. Cowie and Cheryl L. Stucky, date: 01/20/2019, view: 2300, Q&A: 0
Postoperative pain is highly debilitating and hinders recovery. Opioids are the main pain medication used for acute postoperative pain. Given the devastating opioid addiction and overdose epidemic across the US, non-opioid pain therapeutics are ...
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6 Protocols edited
Assessing Olfaction Using Ultrasonic Vocalization Recordings in Mouse Pups with a Sono-olfactometer
Authors:  Sébastien Wagner, Pierre-Marie Lledo and Françoise Lazarini, date: 02/20/2019, view: 1192, Q&A: 0
Olfaction is the first sensory modality to develop during fetal life in mammals, and plays a key role in the various behaviors of neonates such as feeding and social interaction. Odorant cues (i.e., mother or predator scents) can trigger ...
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Mosaic Labeling and 3-Dimensional Morphological Analysis of Single Cells in the Zebrafish Left-right Organizer
Authors:  Agnik Dasgupta, Andrew E. Jacob and Jeffrey D. Amack, date: 11/20/2018, view: 1548, Q&A: 0
A transient epithelial structure called the left-right organizer (LRO) establishes left-right asymmetry in vertebrate embryos. Developmental defects that alter LRO formation result in left-right patterning errors that often lead to congenital heart ...
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