About Al Hamood

I recently defended my PhD in the Neuroscience program at Brandeis, in Eve Marder's lab.

Hamood, A. W., & Marder, E. (2015). Animal-to-Animal Variability in Neuromodulation and Circuit Function. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. doi:10.1101/sqb.2014.79.024828. [PubMed].

Hamood, AW, Haddad, SA, Otopalik, AG, Rosenbaum, P, & Marder, E. Quantitative Reevaluation of the Effects of Short- and Long-Term Removal of Descending Modulatory Inputs on the Pyloric Rhythm of the Crab, Cancer borealis. eNeuro, 2(1). 2015. doi:10.1523/ENEURO.0058-14.2015. [PubMed].

Williams, AH, Hamood, AW, & Marder, E. Neuromodulation in Small Networks. In: D. Jaeger & R. Jung, Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience (pp. 1–15). 2014. Springer New York.