Laboratory of Jordan Hamm at Georgia State University

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The neuroscience laboratory of Jordan Hamm has just opened in september 2018 at GSU’s Neuroscience Institute¬†and the Center for Neuroinflammation and Cardiometabolic Diseases located in the Petit Science Center in downtown Atlanta.

Projects focus on understanding the cellular- and circuit-level mechanisms of sensory context processing and related schizophrenia biomarkers. We work mainly in awake mouse models, both wildtype and transgenic. Primary techniques are two-photon calcium imaging, multielectrode recordings, opto/chemicogenetics, and exploratory network analyses.

See here for a recent pre-print from an ongoing project.

We are looking for graduate students, postdocs, and research technicians to join the lab! Please contact me directly for more information at jhamm1@gsu.edu (or use the contact section).

Petit Science Center in downtown Atlanta:

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View from building:

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