Dr Dana Galili
Did you ever wonder what makes males and females respond differently to the same stimulus? Sex differences are basic for reproduction, parenting and other social interactions. I work on Drosophila sexually dimorphic behaviours and their underlying neuronal circuity. specifically, I use neurogenetic, physiology and neuroanatomy tools to study how different connectivity patterns between male and female flies enable separate behavioural responses to pheromonal stimuli.
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Galili DS, Dylla KV, Lüdke A, Friedrich AB, Yamagata N, Wong JY, Ho CH, Szyszka P, Tanimoto H. (2014), “Converging circuits mediate temperature and shock aversive olfactory conditioning in Drosophila.” Curr Biol. 24(15):1712-22.
Galili DS, Lüdke A, Galizia CG, Szyszka P, Tanimoto H. (2011), “Olfactory trace conditioning in Drosophila.” J Neurosci. 31(20):7240-8.
Dylla KV, Galili DS, Szyszka P, Lüdke A. (2013), “Trace conditioning in insects-keep the trace!” Front Physiol. 4:67.