Michael Antle, PhDPhD in Psychology Department of Psychology Simon Fraser University
Areas of Research
Our lab investigates the neurobiology of circadian rhythms in mammals. We use behavioral, anatomical, pharmacological and electrophysiological approaches to understanding how the circadian clock functions. Current research questions examine the following topics: 1. Networking in the circadian clock 2. Serotonergic regulation of circadian rhythms 3. Non-photic (exercise and arousal) resetting of the circadian clock
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Students with undergraduate degrees in Psychology or Neuroscience are ideal. Relevant research experience, particularly with the model organisms we study, would be an asset. Students with their own external funding can inquire through the Neuroscience graduate program, while all other should inquire through the Psychology program.
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