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Lab PI: Christine Charvet, PhD

Assistant Professor, Auburn University

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Christine Charvet
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Madison Bryant 

Undergraduate student, 

Biomedical Sciences & Neuroscience, Auburn University

Colleagues

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The Charvet lab and affiliated researchers are located across the world. Together, we are a very strong team. We are very diverse in  our backgrounds, research experiences and live in different time zones! We are developing new approaches to study neural circuits in the human brain.  Also, please check out Melissa's mission to find out why we are so diverse.

Collaborators in Delaware

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Drs. Kahn Hekmatyar and Jianli Sun

We have implemented high angular resolution diffusion MR scans at the University of Delaware thanks to Kahn. As you can see on the right panel, the tractography (top panel) is concordant with tract-tracers in mice (lower panel). This work is funded by a Delaware INBRE. The mission of the INBRE is to enhance the research infrastructure of Delaware. Below is an example of the tractography from diffusion MR scans from mouse brains.

Figure made by Dr. Andrew C. Halley (UC Davis)

The tract-tracers are from the Allen Brain Institute

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Mouse brain diffusion MR scan from the 9.4T scanner 

Illustrations

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       Javier Lazaro, PhD

www.lazaroillustration.com

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Lab Alumni from Delaware State University

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Deselyn Tindall-Burgess

BA in psychology (2019)

Now in works in a mental health clinic.

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Kwadwo Ofori

PhD student. Now in the PhD program at Delaware State University

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Dawn Ikenchi-Konwo

BA. in Liberal Arts (2021)

Now in Medical School

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Jasmine Hendy

BS in biology (2022). Graduating and planning to go to medical school