Bess Glickman

Department
Psychological & Brain Sciences
Biography

My research broadly focuses on the neurobiology of learning and memory. Specifically, I study the basolateral amygdala and its role in modulating consolidation for different types of memories. I use optogenetics to manipulate neural pathways after different learning experiences to determine critical pathways for consolidating different types of memories. The goal of this research is to give us a better understanding of memory processes in the brain.

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Bess Glickman
Hometown: Dix Hills, NY
BS, Neuroscience, Muhlenberg College