Graduate Program for Neuroscience
Prof. Michael Hasselmo, Center for Systems Neuroscience, 610 Commonwealth Ave., Rm. 705B
Boston, MA, 02215
Rm 705B at 610 Commonwealth Ave.
Kilachand Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering
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.
Hasselmo named to William Fairfield Warren Professorship
Hasselmo elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Article about lab support from ONR MURI
Hasselmo elected Fellow of AAAS
Hasselmo received Hebb Award from International Neural Network Society
See EVENTS calendar on Center for Systems Neuroscience website
Highlighted papers from my lab:
Alexander et al., 2020, Science Advances
Hinman et al., 2019, Nature Communications
Hinman et al., 2016, Neuron
Ferrante et al., 2016, Cerebral Cortex
Brandon et al., 2013, Nature Neuroscience
Brandon et al., 2011, Science
News about Brandon et al., 2011
Giocomo et al., 2007, Science
Hasselmo, 2006, Curr. Opinion Neurobiol.
Book from MIT Press