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  1. Live Chat: Technical Considerations for Optogenetic Experiments Thursday, August 16, 1–2 p.m. EDT Learn the key technical issues that arise in the design and interpretation of optogenetics experiments in Module 7 of the Optogenetics Training Series. After reviewing the Module 7 materials, submit questions from August 1 – August 16 to the Module 7 faculty in the discussion thread below. On Thursday, August 16, from 1–2 p.m. EDT, they will answer your questions live right here in the Community. You may also email your questions to digitallearning@sfn.org. Live Chat Facilitators Chris Chen Scott Owen Julia Lemos Visit the rest of the Optogenetics Training Series forum for all eight modules to share your insights and best practices, ask questions, and engage with other training series’ participants. If you are unable to log in, you can email your questions for the facilitators to digitallearning@sfn.org.
  2. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 8 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Learn about some major confounds, caveats, and limitations of optogenetics approaches in Module 8 of the Optogenetics Training Series. After reviewing the Module 8 materials, submit questions from August 1 – August 30 for the Module 8 faculty in the discussion thread below. They will answer your questions in a video panel discussion that will be posted in this module in early September. Panelists Stephan Lammel Karel Svoboda David Kupferschmidt Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  3. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 6 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  4. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 5 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  5. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 4 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  6. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 3 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  7. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 2 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  8. Welcome to the discussion thread for Module 1 of the Optogenetics Training Series. Questions? Email digitallearning@sfn.org.
  9. Material below summarizes the article, Control of Amygdala Circuits by 5-HT Neurons via 5-HT and Glutamate Cotransmission, published on February 15, 2017, in JNeurosci and authored by Ayesha Sengupta, Marco Bocchio, David M. Bannerman, Trevor Sharp, and Marco Capogna.Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-HT) is a neurotransmitter implicated in a vast array of sensory, motor, and cognitive functions. Its role in emotional regulation is well-known because selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), drugs that increase extracellular 5-HT levels, are a widely prescribed treatment for depression and anxiety. Link back to full article
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