Soderling Lab

314 Nan

Scott Soderling, PhD, PI

314 Nanaline
Research Dr.
Durham, NC 27710
scott.soderling@dm.duke.edu
919-684-9001

We study the mechanisms of synaptic development and plasticity that are regulated by signaling to the dendritic spine cytoskeleton that are also implicated in neuropsychiatric disorders. We use a wide range of tools for these studies, including genetically engineered mice, biochemistry, in vivo viral expression, live imaging, and behavioral analysis.

 

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Recent Posts

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Event
Monday, July 12, 2021 - 09:00
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Shataakshi Dube O'Neil

Shataakshi Dube O'Neil, Neurobiology Ph.D candidate in the Soderling Lab, will defend her thesis Cytoskeletal Networks Driving Presynaptic Plasticity on Zoom at 9:00am, Monday, July 12th.  Please

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Event
Monday, March 22, 2021 - 13:00
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Tyler Bradshaw

Neurobiology PhD candidate Tyler Bradshaw (Soderling Lab) will defend his dissertation Statistical Inference and Community Detection in Proximity and Spatial

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Event
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 13:30
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Jamie Courtland

Neurobiology PhD candidate Jamie Courtland (Soderling Lab) will defend her dissertation Uncovering the Role of the WASH Complex in Neurologic