Aging & Memory Research Laboratory

Lucien T. "Tres" Thompson, Ph.D.

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Aging & Memory Research

The university of texas at dallas

LEARNING

& MEMORY


NEURO-

PHYSIOLOGY


CELLULAR &

MOLECULAR

NEUROSCIENCE

We explore 3 basic and strongly related themes within limbic system circuitry:

  1. 1.What are the basic cellular and network mechanisms encoding new memories?

  2. 2.How does the aging process alter these neurobiological mechanisms?

3. If age-associated changes are reversible, does this restore learning in aging individuals?