Developmental trajectories of emotional circuit neurons

The regulation of emotional states and their associated response to fear and stress are critical for organisms to survive, interact with their environment and reproduce. How the palette of emotions emerges during development, what controls the diversity of emotional circuits, and to which extent it relies on intrinsic factors (genes) and/or on our past experiences remains largely unknown and is the thematic of the laboratory.

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No open position are available at the moment, but we can consider spontaneous application from highly motivated master and PhD students, and postdocs interested in combining experimental and computational approaches to address key steps of emotional circuit development.


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