Master of Science. Thesis title:
“Investigating signal cascades promoting activity-dependent
neuroplasticity in monkey primary visual cortex”. McGill University.
Bachelor of Science (Honors). Thesis Title:
of visually deprived human and macaque monkey area V1”.
the moment working on understanding the (dys)regulation of
the transcription factor CREB and its contribution to
Alzheimer’s disease in a transgenic rat model of Aβ
Investigating the potential neuroprotective effect of the
CREB co-regulator CRTC1 (previously known as TORC1) and
evaluating the potential for CREB-potentiation via CRTC1 in
alleviating impairments in learning and memory.
Extracurricular Interests and Activities: