Tamás manages the Optogenetics and Behaviour Core facility while continuing to collaborate with us on many projects. He received his Ph.D. from Semmelweiss University in Budapest Hungary where he trained with Professor Csaba Fekete at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Tamás arrived in Calgary as an accomplished neuroanatomist. In our lab, he became an excellent synaptic physiologist and is now driving our interests in using optogenetics and in vivo imaging technologies to better understand stress circuits, plasticity and behaviour.
Check out a full list of Tamás’ publications here.
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