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  • Dr Elisa Galliano
    The ability of nerve cells to plastically modify themselves is one of the characteristics that make the brain millions of times more powerful and capable of learning than any supercomputer. I am particularly interested in the ways in which, during...
  • Gregory Jefferis Dr Gregory Jefferis
    Our broad goal is to understand how smell turns into behaviour in the fruit fly brain. We use a combination of genetic labelling and manipulation, targeted in vivo whole cell patch clamp recording and high resolution neuroanatomy to study olfactor...
  • Ben Sutcliffe Dr Ben Sutcliffe
    In the Drosophila olfactory system around 1300 olfactory receptor neurons transmit sensory information to the antennal lobe where neurons of the same class converge on distinct glomeruli. Projection neuron dendrites innervate these glomeruli in a...
  • Dr Jenny Tillotson
    This research crosses neuroscience, design, scent, biotechnology, complementary therapies and AI and combines wearable technology with new generation of sensors.   Using aroma-based stress management strategies, anxiety can be reduced using contro...
  • Mr Samuel White
    I am working for a PhD in the Galliano Lab, studying neuronal plasticity in the olfactory bulb. I am using electrophysiology and a range of histological and imaging techniques to study the induced homeostatic changes of plastic cellular and subcel...

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