The Wagenaar Lab is part of the Division of Biology and Biological Engineering at the California Institute of Technology. We study the neuronal basis of sensory processing and sensory-guided behavior, with a specific focus on crossmodal sensory integration in the leech and on functional and anatomical circuit mapping.
Congratulations to Maria, Yusuke, and Pegah for their beautiful paper about the link between neuronal function and synapse-level anatomy in eLife!
The lab has moved to the new Chen Neuroschience Research Building. Our new space is beautiful and we hope you’ll come visit when Covid restrictions permit.
The Wagenaar Lab is happy to welcome our newest member, postdoctoral scholar Pegah Kassraian Fard.
Annette Stowasser’s paper quantifying visual processing in the leech has appeared in the Journal of Experimental Biology. Congratulations, Annette!
The Wagenaar Lab is happy to welcome our newest member, postdoctoral scholar Sébastien Hayoz.
|Mailing address:||Caltech 140-18
Pasadena, CA 91125
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Funding for the lab is provided by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke through grant R01NS094403 and by the California Institute of Technology. Past funding came from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund in the form of a Career Award at the Scientific Interface, from the University of Cincinnati and from The Broad Foundations. All support, past and present, is gratefully acknowledged.