Talia Newcombe Lerner

  • 815 Citations
20092020
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Research Interests

What do you want? Why do different individuals want different things? The Lerner Lab studies the neural circuit basis of motivation, reward learning and decision-making. We are interested in how individual differences in our neural circuits compel different types of interaction with the world. We are particularly interested in the neural circuits driving the release of “neuromodulators” such as dopamine and serotonin, as these chemical systems are the targets of many drugs of abuse as well as of many psychiatric medications. For more information, please see our website at lernerlab.org

Training Experience

2017Postdoctoral Fellowship, Stanford University

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University Of California-San Francisco

… → 2011

Research interests

  • Neuroscience

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Grants 2017 2020

Depression
Life Change Events
Brain
Mental Disorders
Wounds and Injuries
Reward
Habits
Dopamine
Dopaminergic Neurons
Learning

Research Output 2009 2019

  • 815 Citations
  • 10 Article
  • 2 Review article
  • 1 Short survey
3 Citations (Scopus)

Neuronal Dynamics Regulating Brain and Behavioral State Transitions

Andalman, A. S., Burns, V. M., Lovett-Barron, M., Broxton, M., Poole, B., Yang, S. J., Grosenick, L., Lerner, T. N., Chen, R., Benster, T., Mourrain, P., Levoy, M., Rajan, K. & Deisseroth, K., May 2 2019, In : Cell. 177, 4, p. 970-985.e20

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Habenula
Neurons
Brain
Zebrafish
Chemical activation

A dLight-ful New View of Neuromodulation

Cosme, C. V., Palissery, G. K. & Lerner, T. N., Sep 1 2018, In : Trends in Neurosciences. 41, 9, p. 566-568 3 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalShort survey

Dopamine
Neurotransmitter Agents
Wolfiporia
Automatism
Corpus Striatum
Dopaminergic Neurons
Habits
Signal Transduction
60 Citations (Scopus)

Communication in Neural Circuits: Tools, Opportunities, and Challenges

Lerner, T. N., Ye, L. & Deisseroth, K., Mar 10 2016, In : Cell. 164, 6, p. 1136-1150 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Networks (circuits)
Communication
Tissue
Neurology
Genetic Promoter Regions
74 Citations (Scopus)

Nucleus accumbens D2R cells signal prior outcomes and control risky decision-making

Zalocusky, K. A., Ramakrishnan, C., Lerner, T. N., Davidson, T. J., Knutson, B. & Deisseroth, K., Mar 31 2016, In : Nature. 531, 7596, p. 642-646 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Nucleus Accumbens
Decision Making
Reward
Individuality
Optogenetics