Dr. Ashley Ingiosi Talk About Biology of Brain While Sleeping

Coffee Break with Dr. Ashley Ingiosi

A postdoctoral researcher in Marcos Frank’s lab, she discusses her work examining astroglial biology in sleep and sleep homeostasis. What is your background and how did you become a circuit neuroscientist? I got BS degrees in Biopsychology and General Biology as well as a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Michigan to study sleep

Enabling Circuit-Level Functional Readouts

Enabling circuit-level functional readouts in non-human primates for improved understanding of human brain function and CNS disease

Since this is my first blog post, I think a brief introduction is in order! I am currently the Director of Translational Science at Inscopix, overseeing our scientific programs with a translational and preclinical focus – which includes such activities as product and application development and scientific partnerships with academic and pharma/biotech groups. Before joining


Fear Memory

Believe it or not, this post was on our editorial calendar way back in January, and not even in our wildest imagination had we envisioned that at the time of publishing, life itself would become defined by the topic at hand- fear. Fear and anxiety are all too familiar to the world as a whole


Must-Read Circuit Neuroscience of 2020: Vol. I

We’re two months into 2020 and our beloved circuit neuroscience community has already served up so many treats that we’re wondering if it’s still the holidays! We’re excited to share with you our collection of top reads circuit neuroscience papers of 2020 thus far. You’ll find that each of them informs on fundamental biological functions

Coffee Break with Dr. Sachin Patel

Coffee Break with Dr. Sachin Patel

Our brain’s ability to respond and adapt to stress is imperative to health, with dysfunctional neuroadaptation being a key trigger for development and exacerbation of a variety of neuropsychiatric disorders like depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and addiction. Endogenous cannabinoids (eCBs) are well established regulators of this stress response, making their sophisticated synaptic signaling mechanisms

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