2 Cummington St.
Boston, MA, 02215
hasselmo at bu dot edu
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
NSF EAGER grant NSF1444389 Initiative for Physics and Mathematics of Neural Systems
Yoshida and Hasselmo, 2009