Hasselmo laboratory

Center for Systems Neuroscience
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Center for Memory and Brain
Graduate Program for Neuroscience
Boston University




Lab photos

Curriculum Vitae

Hasselmo Biography


2 Cummington St.
Boston, MA, 02215
hasselmo at bu dot edu
(617) 353-1397

Research in my laboratory focuses on the role of oscillatory dynamics and neuromodulatory regulation in cortical mechanisms for memory guided behavior, using a combination of neurophysiological and behavioral experiments along with computational modeling.

Article about lab support from ONR MURI

Elected Fellow of AAAS

Highlighted papers from my lab:

Brandon et al., 2011, Science

News about Brandon et al., 2011

Zilli & Hasselmo, 2010, J. Neurosci.

Giocomo et al., 2007, Science

Book from MIT Press

Giocomo and Hasselmo, 2008
Current grant support:
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) R01 MH60013
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) R01 MH61492
ONR Multi-disciplinary University Research Initiative N00014-10-1-0936
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Silvio O. Conte Center MH094263
NSF Science of Learning Center (CELEST) SBE0835976

Yoshida and Hasselmo, 2009