Wasil was awarded a spot in the Yale STARS II program, which will support his efforts toward his senior thesis project.
The Cardin and Higley labs received a new joint grant to study dysregulation of large-scale cortical circuits in a mouse model of Smith-Magenis Syndrome!
Hannah was awarded a travel grant to attend the 2019 SACNAS Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii!
Hannah is an MD/PhD student rotating in the lab. She’s working on mesoscale imaging of projection neurons during behavior.
Huge congratulations to Katie and Garrett, who each received a k99/R00 award from the NEI to provide grant support for their postdoctoral work and transitional funding to start their own labs.
Lavonna joins the lab from the Yale-Singapore campus, and will spend a year working on an independent project here.
Congratulations to Alejandro Nuno, who was awarded a prestigious Bouchet Undergraduate Fellowship to support his research in the lab!
Our summer students, Wasil Ahmed and Alejandro Nuno, completed the Yale STARS program and gave fantastic talks on their projects!
The Cardin lab has been awarded a 2-year grant from the Ludwig Family Foundation to study cortical network function in genetic models of autism.
The Cardin and Higley labs were awarded a new grant from the Simons SFARI program to use viral CRISPR mutation models in combination with whole-cortex imaging to study the effects of autism mutations on cortical function.
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