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SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC MAMMALIAN BRAIN FUNCTION AT THE SINGLE NEURON LEVEL [DULAC LAB]

Catherine Dulac and Joe Bergan An animal's survival depends critically on its ability to identify friends and foes in its environment and respond to each with suitable behaviors.…

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THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE [DULAC LAB]

  The discovery of neural circuits underlying social behavior is among the most fascinating goals in modern neuroscience: the specific brains areas and neuronal subsets in which social…

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CATHERINE DULAC TO DELIVER PRESTIGIOUS HARVEY LECTURE

Professor Catherine Dulac will present a Harvey Lecture on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at Rockefeller University in New York City. Her lecture, entitled “Molecular and Neural Sensing of…

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NOVEL HISTONE VARIANT SHAPING OLFACTORY NEURONS PUBLISHED IN ELIFE AT ITS OFFICIAL LAUNCH [DULAC LAB]

Catherine Dulac and Steve Santoro A hallmark of the mammalian nervous system is its capacity to undergo changes in function that are shaped by experience. This phenomenon underlies…

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NEW RESEARCH CENTER AIMS TO MAP BRAIN’S NERVE CIRCUITS IN SEARCH FOR CAUSES OF MENTAL ILLNESS

Scientists in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) and Center for Brain Science (CBS) have launched a high-tech effort to map the brain’s “wiring diagram” and…

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SMELL YOUR FRIENDS FROM YOUR ENEMIES!

Unlike humans, most animals rely heavily on scents to collect information about their external environment, and in particular assess the friendly or not-so-friendly nature of encounters with other…

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DULAC AWARDED PERL/UNC NEUROSCIENCE PRIZE

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has named Catherine Dulac, PhD and Cori Bargmann, PhD as co-recipients of the 11th Perl/UNC Neuroscience Prize. The Perl prize…

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