CIRCUITRY OF THOUGHT: HOW MINISCOPE IMAGING HAS ADVANCED OUR UNDERSTANDING OF OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
Lizzie Manning, PhD
Lecturer and Researcher Associate, School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy | University of Newcastle, Australia
Watch this excellent translational INSPIRE webinar with Dr. Elizabeth Manning, PhD who uses miniature microscopes to better understand the neural circuitry and underlying functions of obsessive-compulsive (OCD) behaviors.
In this webinar, Dr. Manning provides examples of challenges and opportunities, based on her experience using the Sapap3 knockout mouse model, which is currently the most widely used model system for OCD research. She shows how distinct changes in flexible behaviors relevant to OCD were imaged using miniature microscopes.
View the webinar & LEARN MORE!
With 190+ publications worldwide, Inscopix's nVueTM, nVokeTM, and nVistaTM solutions enable scientists to acquire deep insights and map novel brain circuits in freely moving animals.