I am a systems neuroscientist and electrophysiologist studying the brain’s neuronal network dynamics. I am leading our research focused on spatial memory and the involved mechanisms like theta oscillations in behaving rats, and the development of related tools.
I am a systems neuroscientist with experience in studying generation of normal and abnormal rhythms and neural activity dynamics in the hippocampus and the thalamocortical system using electrophysiology and computational modelling tools. In my next research project, I will be focusing on hippocampal theta rhythm generation and its function in spatial cognition of rodents.
Anne Marie is a part-time Laboratory Technician taking care of all the practical things in the lab such as ordering, handling of invoices and chemical registration. Besides working for the Petersen Lab, I also work for Perrier Lab and Walter Lab.
We are looking for talented, creative, and motivated students and postdoctoral candidates to join our team.