Principal Investigator

Julie L. Fudge, M.D. University of Rochester work Box 603 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: MC 5-8503 p (585) 273-2028

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  • November 7, 2015

    Julia Iourinets, UR senior, presents at Society of Neuroscience Annual Meeting

    Julia IourinetsCongratulations to Julia Iourinets on her poster presentation 'The hippocampus projects to bed nucleus of the stria terminalis but not the central amygdala nucleus in primate'.

    Her project reveals a that a key circuit involved in 'threat monitoring' may be slightly different in human and nonhuman primate species compared to rodents. Here Julia presents her work to another investigator.

  • October 20, 2015

    Giovanna Braganza at University of Rochester Undergraduate Science Day

    Giovanna BraganzaGiovanna, a junior at the UR, presented her original work on Oct 16. Her poster entitled Thalamic Inputs to the Extended Amygdala in Primates was visited by students and faculty. Her work is the result of a busy summer in the lab, which extended into additional work during the fall as she prepared and analyzed her data.

  • October 5, 2015

    Come visit Giovanna Braganza's poster at Undergraduate Research and Visitation Day

    Mark your calendars for October 16, Flaum Atrium, 11AM. UR undergraduate, Giovanna Braganza, will present her poster entitled Thalamic Inputs to the Extended Amygdala in Primates. These data were collected and analyzed over her summer internship in our lab.

  • July 22, 2015

    Brian Ho wins scholarship competition

    Brian's work showing axons originating from cells in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis overlying the dorsal tier subpopulation of dopamine cells (pink dots).

    Congratulations to Brian Ho, a rising senior at the University of Rochester, who has been in the Fudge lab since January. Brian was the winner of a competition sponsored by Delta Sonic, that assists promising students with a cash scholarship. In our lab, Brian's work focuses on how brain regions involved in threat responses, such as the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and central amygdala nucleus, interact with specific dopamine neuron subpopulations.

  • July 22, 2015

    Danielle deCampo makes the move with Golisano Children's Hospital

    Danielle deCampo makes the move with Golisano Children's Hospital

    Danielle is completing a sub-internship in Pediatrics this summer--and they moved the hospital! The amazing undertaking of relocating from the old Pediatrics ward to beautiful new building took everyone's efforts. (Danielle is second from right).

  • May 27, 2015

    Kyeesha Becoats, MD!!

    Kyeesha Becoats, MD

    Kyeesha Becoats, former technician in the Fudge Lab, has graduated from Stony Brook Medical School! Join us in congratulating her as she moves on to her top pick for residency programs: Internal Medicine at University of South Florida, Tampa.

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