Dr. Ekaterina Morozova

Post Doctoral Researcher

Volen Center for Complex Systems
Brandeis University,
Mailstop 013
415 South Street
Waltham MA 02454
USA

Tel: (781) 736-3134
Fax: (781) 736-3142

Education:

PhD in Physics, Indiana University, 2017

MS in Physics,  Indiana University, 2014

MS in Radiophysics,  N.I. Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod, 2013

BS in Radiophysics,  N.I. Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod, 2012

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I am interested in how intrinsic and synaptic properties of individual neurons shape population dynamics. I am enthusiastic about finding dynamical mechanisms leading to reliable neural responses despite variability in the intrinsic currents and network architectures, and investigating how mechanisms of synaptic and intrinsic homeostasis of individual neurons interact on the network level. In order to address these questions, I am using electrophysiological and computational approaches.

E. O. Morozova*, D. Zakharov*, B. Gutkin, C. C Lapish, A. Kuznetsov. Dopamine neurons change the type of excitability in response to stimuli. PlOS computational. Biology, doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005233, 8 December 2016

E. O. Morozova, M. Myroshnychenko, D. Zakharov, M di Volo, B. Gutkin, C. C Lapish, A. Kuznetsov. Contribution of synchronized GABAergic neurons to dopaminergic neuron firing and bursting. Journal of neurophysiology, doi 10.1152/jn.00232.2016, 20 July 2016

E. Morozova*, Y. Yoo*, M. V. Zaretskaia, D. E. Rusyniak, D. V. Zaretsky, Y. I. Molkov. Amphetamine enhances endurance by increasing heat dissipation. Physiological reports, doi: 10.14814/phy2.12955, Vol 4, issue 17, 11 August 2016

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