Tadross Lab

331 Bryan Research

Michael Raphael Tadross, MD, PhD, PI

Dept: Biomedical Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering

Email: michael.tadross@duke.edu

Phone: 919-681-6787

Location: 331Bryan Research


The Tadross lab develops technologies to rapidly deliver drugs to genetically defined subsets of cells in the brain. By using these reagents in mouse models of neuropsychiatric disease, his group is mapping how specific receptors on defined cells and synapses in the brain give rise to diverse neural computations and behaviors.  The approach leverages drugs currently in use to treat human neuropsychiatric disease, facilitating clinically relevant interpretation of the mapping effort.

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Recent Posts

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Wednesday, March 24, 2021 - 12:00
Sasha Burwell & Konstantin Bakhurin, PhD

Graduate student Sasha Burwell (Tadross Lab) & postdoc Kons

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - 12:00
Russell Ravenel

2nd-year Neurobiology graduate student Russell Ravenel (Tadross Lab) will present Cholinergic Signaling in the Striatum: Adding Layers of C