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Arseny Khakhalin


Postdoctoral Researcher

Research Description

I am a postdoctoral researcher at Brown University, in the group of Carlos Aizenman. In my research I use Xenopus laevis tadpole as a model organism to study fundamental mechanisms of neural system functioning, development, and pathology.

Here are some of the projects I am working on:
Neural mechanisms of visually-guided behavior; Xenopus tadpole as a model for the study of neurodevelopmental disorders; Maturation and development of inhibitory networks.

Lab Memberships

Aizenman Lab (Post-doc)


Department of Neuroscience
Div. Biology & Medicine
Brown University
Box G-LN
Providence, RI
02912, USA


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Phone:  401 863-6016

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