Zuo Laboratory, MCD Biology, UCSC  


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Yi Zuo, Professor of MCD Biology

My laboratory studies how the neuronal circuitry rewires during learning and memory formation, particularly in the motor system. We combine vital imaging, molecular manipulation, circuitry tracing and behavioral analysis to investigate the cellular mechanisms underlying synapse plasticity in both physiological and pathological conditions.

My laboratory can be found at UCSC's Dept. of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology. The lab is relatively small (typically 8-10 members) and includes postdoctoral, graduate and undergraduate researchers. The University also offers a wide range of shared instrumentation facilities, as well as opportunities for exciting interdisciplinary collaborations.

For more information about our research topics or how to become a member of our research team, see the links above the banner of each page.

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Related Links:   Dept. of MCD Biology     UCSC Biomedical Research

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