John Freeman, Ph.D.

Professor
Psychology
Research focus: 

Neurobiology of learning and memory

Office

319-335-3243
379 PBSB and 2332 PBDB

We study the neural mechanisms underlying learning and memory. The main focus of our research is on neural circuit interactions necessary for learning and memory retrieval. We use multi-site tetrode recordings, neuroanatomy, neuropharmacology, DREADDs, optogenetics, electrical stimulation, machine learning, and computational modeling to elucidate the nature of interactions among brain areas during learning and retrieval.

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