On Thursday and Friday, 7 & 8th September, I presented a poster at the Neural Networks in Health and Diseases conference in Cambridge, UK. In addition to the star-studded speakers lineup, it covered an enormous range of topics from mathematical modelling of connectomes to growing brains in a dish. In small conferences like this, I… Continue reading Neural Networks in Health and Diseases Conference 2017
Here goes my first vlog. This is the talk I gave today at the University at Buffalo, Biology Honors Symposium.
Unlike my other articles, this is for people who are practising electrophysiologists. When I tried to find materials online on how to analyze the IPCSs that I have been recording from hippocampal neurons, I came up with very few sources most of which directed to MiniAnalysis software from synaptosoft. Personally, I was not a fan… Continue reading How to analyze spontaneous inhibitory post synaptic current (IPSC) in Clampfit?
We have all heard that research is about things not working. How you cope with it, however, is a completely different issue. Wise (wo)men say that the key to coping is patience. This is in no way a simple instruction because “patience” is one of the trickiest words with a diverse range of definitions. Journey… Continue reading Voltage Clamping Xenopus Oocytes