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Teresa Madsen

  • Neuroscience PhD Candidate
  • Emory University
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Research interests

emotionsin vivo electrophysiology

About

I am an advanced student in the Emory Neuroscience Ph.D. program. I work in Dr. Rainnie's lab at Yerkes National Primate Research Center, where we study the neural bases of emotion. More specifically, the lab focuses on circuitry of the amygdala and related structures that underlie the processing of fear and anxiety. I run the in vivo side of the lab, recording spikes and local field potentials from multiple electrodes in the basolateral amygdala and medial prefrontal cortex of freely moving rats. We are also collaborating with Dr. Helen Mayberg to investigate the mechanisms of subgenual cingulate (Cg25) deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant depression.

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  • Microfabricated polymer-based neural interface for electrical stimulation/recording, drug delivery, and chemical sensing - development.

    • Tooker A
    • Madsen T
    • Yorita A
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  • Spike-timing precision and neuronal synchrony are enhanced by an interaction between synaptic inhibition and membrane oscillations in the amygdala

    • Ryan S
    • Ehrlich D
    • Jasnow A
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  • Spike-timing precision and neuronal synchrony are enhanced by an interaction between synaptic inhibition and membrane oscillations in the amygdala.

    • Ryan S
    • Ehrlich D
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  • The miniature pig as an animal model in biomedical research.

    • Vodicka P
    • Smetana K
    • Dvoránková B
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Professional experience

Neuroscience PhD Candidate

Emory University

June 2005 - Present

Education history

BA in Neuroscience (Independent Major)

Grinnell College

August 2000 - May 2004(4 years)