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About: mosvey

Biography:
I finished my Masters in Biochemistry from University of Kashmir, in Jammu and Kashmir, India. In a workshop entitled “Developmental neuroscience” I had my first (or important) exposure to neuroscience. There I met Veronica Rodrigues who I continued to work with at the National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore. Here I began to pursue my interest in understanding the role of glial cells in Drosophila olfactory lobe development and function. For my PhD, I was the recipient of the Max Plank International Fellowship award. This allowed me to study gliogenesis in the laboratory of Christian Klaembt in Muenster, Germany. My work focused on identifying new Septate junction molecules in Sub-perineurial glial cells and studying their role in Blood Brain Barrier formation in Drosophila. Through the OIST Developmental Neurobiology course I met my current mentor, HHMI investigator Chris Doe at UO in Eugene. We are interested in understanding how larval Type II neuroblasts generate amazing diversity of neurons and glial cells in the adult fly brain. How these cells integrate into functional circuits in the central complex that modulates complex behaviors. I am also involved in various scientific outreach programs like TREND in Africa. I love to travel, run and hike.
Website:
http://www.doelab.org/

Posts by mosvey:

Our latest research on Hormonal regulation of temporal gene expression in neural stem cells

Posted by on May 16th, 2017

http://around.uoregon.edu/content/study-brain-formation-finds-possible-link-human-disease @ http://www.doelab.org/ elife https://elifesciences.org/content/6/e26287   (No Ratings Yet) Loading…

OIST Developmental Neurobiology Course 2011

Posted by on September 20th, 2011

Okinawa institute of Science and technology (OIST), situated on Okinawa Island is an ideal and inspiring place to discuss and learn science. The student participants and mentors of the developmental neurobiology course (July 17- 31, 2011) were from every corner of the globe. The course began with a wonderful talk about history of developmental neuroscience by[…]

International Developmental Biologists meeting 2012

Posted by on August 2nd, 2011

ISDN2012 Neurodevelopment and Neurological diseases in Mumbai India. http://www.isdn-conference.elsevier.com/ (No Ratings Yet) Loading…