Imperial College London


Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Brain Sciences

Lead for In vivo Neurobiology



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Burlington DanesHammersmith Campus




Guest Lectures

Highly Translational Touchscreen Phenotyping of Mice Bearing Disease-Relevant Mutations, 8th European Charles River Short Course on Laboratory Animal Science, Berlin, Germany, 2017

Acquisition of Visual Discrimination and Reversal Learning in Mouse Models of Alzheimer's disease and Intellectual Disability, FENS 2016 Touchscreen Symposium, Copenhagen, 2016

Highly translational touchscreen phenotyping of mice bearing disease-relevant mutations, Charles River seminar "The Vital Role In Vivo Research Plays in Drug Discovery", Brussels, 2016

Large-scale genetic dissection of synaptic transmission in a canonical mammalian synapse, International Symposium “Advances in Systems Biology in Neurosciences”, Geneva, Switzerland, 2015

Use of multi-electrode arrays for large-scale genetic studies of synaptic transmission phenotypes in hippocampal slices, The 43rd annual Society for Neuroscience meeting satellite event “In vitro and in vivo Microelectrode Array Recording Techniques”:, San Diego, CA, USA, 2013

Research Student Supervision

Järvenpää,J, Evaluation of the MPTP mouse model of Parkinson’s disease and the effects of nilotinib using touchscreen testing