Sherman Lab

 

Welcome to the Sherman Lab Webpage

 

Research Interests

The research in the laboratory is directed at issues of thalamic functional organization, cortical functional organization and thalamocortical relationships. We use a broad interdisciplinary approach, attempting to answer the same or closely related questions with several different techniques. These involve neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, and behavioral methods. More specifically, we use light and electron microscopic techniques to explore various circuits; we use in vitro recordings from brain slices to study cell and synaptic properties; and we record from single thalamic neurons in awake, behaving animals to determine the relationship between behavioral state and thalamic functioning. (click here for more)

 

Publications

Recent Publications (2000-Present) (click here)

Older Publications (1966-1999) (click here)

Books and Other Publications (click here)

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Principal Investigator

Prof. S. MURRAY SHERMAN 

 

 

POST DOCS

        





 

Ying-Wan Lam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TINGTING LIU

 

 

 

 

 

 

DANIEL LITTLE

 

 

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JUDY PRASAD

 

 

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CHRISTINA MO

 

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

DOREEN RHEE

 

UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS

Elle Sullivan

Angie Wan

 


 

List of ALUMNI

(click here to see the list of Alumni)

 

Contacts: For general information on the Sherman Lab, please click on:  Sherman Lab InfoProspective students/postdocs interested in enquiring about positions available in the lab, please click on:  Sherman Lab Openings