Srinivas Parthasarathy

Srinivas Parthasarathy


Summary

I completed my PhD studying neocortical development in the lab of Victor Tarabykin at the Max Planck Research Institute in Germany. Since 2016, I have been a postdoc at UCSF and Stanford, studying the molecular identity of neurons that control sexually dimorphic behavior in mice.

Animal Behavior Biochemistry Cell Biology Cognitive Disorders Developmental Biology Genetics Genomics Molecular Biology Neuroscience

Work details

Postdoctoral fellow

Stanford University
October 2016
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Studying the cellular mechanisms for the uptake of steroidal hormones. Also involved in understanding the neurobiology underlying the formation of pair bonds in Prarie Voles. Additionally I am also working on genetically indentifying neuronal populations involved in controlling sex specific animal behavior.

PhD student

Georg-August Universität Göttingen
April 2010 - June 2014
Studying cell fate decision in the developing neocortex. Investigate the transcriptional regulation of corpus collusm formation

Postdoctoral fellow

Charite-University medical school, Berlin, Germany
July 2014 - July 2015
Studying cell fate decision in the developing neocortex. Investigate the transcriptional regulation of corpus collusm formation

Postdoctoral fellow

University of California, San Francisco
January 2016 - September 2016
Anatomy
Studying the cellular mechanisms for the uptake of steroidal hormones. Also involved in understanding the neurobiology underlying the formation of pair bonds in Prarie Voles. Additionally I also worked on genetically indentifying neuronal populations involved in controlling sex specific animal behavior.

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