Canadian Association for Neuroscience meeting 2019 is here!

Woodin Lab is excited to be heading to the CAN meeting in Toronto and if you’d like to get caught up on some of our most recent work don’t miss Dr. Woodin’s lecture “Regulation of KCC2 as a target for treatment of Autism” on Friday, May 24 at 13:30 as part of Parallel Symposium 6! Also, please visit our posters during Poster session 2 on Friday, May 24 at 15:30: Lynn Liang is presenting poster 2-B-27 Investigating interneuron subtype-specific inhibitory spike-timing dependent plasticity in the primary motor cortex and Melissa Seranilla is presenting poster 2-C-67 Striatal chloride homeostasis and inhibitory synaptic transmission is altered in huntington’s disease. We’ll see you there!