Ask A Neuroscientist
Neuroscientists at Washington University in St. Louis answer some of the frequently asked questions by Brain Discovery’s 4th-6th grade students.
Student of sleep: A profile of Lizzie Tilden (Links to an external site)
Chen Lab’s senior lab member Pingchuan Ma presented his research recently at the Neuroscience Retreat.
In 2023 our lab will be relocating to the new Neuroscience Research Building, under construction right now. Here’s is a time lapse video of the progress.
MSTP student Lizzie Tilden joins the lab. Her Ph.D thesis work will focus on investigating the potential role of PKA in sleep. Using simultaneous Electroencephalogram (EEG) and Fluorescent Lifetime Photometry (FLiP) in freely behaving mice, she can precisely track PKA activation and characterize or manipulate activity patterns throughout the sleep and wake cycle. We are […]
Neuroscience faculty members receive R01 grants (Links to an external site)
Yao together with three other faculty members in the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have been awarded their first R01 grants through the National Institutes of Health.
Undergraduate opportunity for summer and fall 2021
Are you a highly motivated, hard-working undergraduate who is skilled in computer programming? Check out our programming position for undergraduates.
This time of year
Our campus is just beautiful this time of year. These adorable flowers lining our building we get to enjoy every day we come into work.
Open Positions in Chen Lab
We would like to grow bigger! Positions available: Staff Scientist, Senior Scientist, Postdoc, Research Tech, Programmer.