Say Cheese! Snapshots of the Living Mouse Brain Elizabeth Brockman, Syn2Psy ESR8, has published the first Syn2Psy article in the scientific journal for kids Frontiers for Young Minds. Abstract: The human brain is a highly complex system comprised of billions of cells, called neurons, that are all interconnected. Normal brain function depends on effective communication […]
In July 9-13 (2022), Syn2Psy ESRs Alessandro Chioino, Giuseppe Cammarata, Marcos Sintes, Daniel Hunter, Elisa Corti, Elizabeth Brockman, Laura Upton, Flavio Tomasi, Loredana Cumpana and Vanesa Salazar participated in the 2022 edition of FENS Forum in Paris, where they presented their latest work in the form of poster presentations.
Syn2Psy ESR Vanesa Salazar participated in the Fragile X and Autism-Related Disorders Gordon Research Conference, which was held in Lucca, Italy, on May 15-20 (2022). Vanesa presented a poster entitled “Reduced social interaction in two rat models of SYNGAP1 haploinsufficiency” by Vanesa Salazar-Sanchez1, Sulafa Fakhreddin1, Thomas Watson1,2,3, Emma Wood1,2,3 and Peter Kind1,2,3 . 1 – Centre […]
Last week, on September 23rd and 24th, Syn2Psy consortium held its second online PhD day, where the ESRs had the opportunity to present their latest results, ongoing work and to receive feedback from the consortium experts. During this meeting, Prof. Ana Luísa Carvalho (project coordinator), gave an overview of the project, including the outreach and […]
Syn2Psy EPFL students Alessandro Chioino and Loredana Cumpana participated in the 49th Meeting of the European Brain and Behavior Society, which was held on September 4-7, 2021 in Lausanne, Swizzerland. Alessandro Chioino (ESR2) presented a poster entitled “Impact of Mfn2 in the Nucleus Accumbens on motivated behavior and underlying neurobiological mechanisms” by Alessandro Chioino, Sriparna […]
During the first week of May, all members of Syn2Psy met online with the REA Project Officer for two days of meetings and science! During the three days that followed the meeting, the ESRs virtually joined Lundbeck for Network School 3, under the theme “Drug discovery and development: from idea to product”.
On October 5th, Syn2Psy held its first online PhD day. ESRs, PIs and partners gathered remotely to discuss the projects’ progress. This was a great opportunity for the ESRs to present their ongoing work and to receive feedback from the consortium experts. The discussions were fruitful, and we were glad to meet again, even if […]