Electrophysiological Recording Lab
The principal research interest of this laboratory is to understand the cellular / neurophysiological mechanisms underlying neuronal function with focus on the critical role of the hippocampus and other brain areas in neuronal plasticity. Also we focus particularly on a remarkable form of synaptic plasticity known as long-term potentiation or LTP on hippocampus, single unit recording and field potential from brain nucleus, which are involved in processes of learning and memory.
Lab facilities and instruments
Oscilloscopes, Microelectrode amplifiers. Stimulators, Steriotaxic and , Field potential recording setup, single unit recording setup and so on
Ali Rashidy-Pour, Ph.D, Professor of physiology and Neuroscince