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Dr Aman Saleem on Rodent Virtual Reality Method
Dr Aman Saleem’s Lab uses a combination of experimental and computational approaches to investigate brain function. The main experimental techniques include: large-scale extracellular electrophysiology, virtual reality, rodent behaviour and optogenetic manipulation of neural activity.
I obtained a BSc in psychology from Lund University, and also spent one year as an exchange student at UC Berkeley. I later obtained a MSc in neuroscience from the University of Oxford and I am currently a PhD student in neuroscience at UCL, working with Prof Hugo Spiers and Dr Caswell Barry on a…
Laboratory: Spatial Cognition Lab