Florian Engert, Ph.D.
Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology
16 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 2138
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The general goal of my laboratory at present and in the intermediate future is the development of the larval zebrafish as a model system for the comprehensive identification and examination of neural circuits controlling visually induced behaviors. To that end we plan to establish and quantify a series of visually induced behaviours and analyze the individual resulting motor components. Using these assays we will monitor neuronal activity throughout the fish brain in an awake and intact preparation.
An extended goal is the study of how changes or variations in the behavior are reflected in changes in the underlying neuronal activity.
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Last Update: 10/30/2013