Excitability and Excitotoxicity in Type-I Cochlear Afferents: Synapse Structure and Function

Project: Research project

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Description

I am pleased to confirm my keen interest in collaborating with you on this project as a co-investigator, aimed to investigate cochlear AMPARs. I want to highlight that I have substantial previous experience investigating AMPAR protein complexes in the brain over the past decade and am happy to bring that experience to the project. In terms of this grant application, I am excited by our preliminary results on the role of Nlgn1 and Nlgn3 in the cochlea and your contributions to the project are important and will be acknowledged with authorship.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date3/10/222/28/23

Funding

  • Washington University St. Louis (WU-22-0420//2R01DC014712-06)
  • National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (WU-22-0420//2R01DC014712-06)

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