We are very happy to share that our last work is now published in open access in Neuropsychopharmacologyhere!
This was part of the work Fabien did as postdoc at the University of Leicester (Dept of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour) with Dr James McCutcheon. With the help of Dr Kate Peters and Dr Andrew Young, they investigated the impact of protein restriction at adulthood or during adolescence on dopamine release using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry.
The 22nd of July is the #worldbrainday and I resumed a little bit my work since years on the impact of different diet changes during adolescence on the brain reward system, and what we still have to understand from here. You can find more information on the Rowett Institute blog, here.
As a new staff member, Fabien will give a (virtual) talk today at 1:15 pm UK time at the Rowett Institute on the impact of dietary protein restriction on the functioning of the dopamine system. It is only accessible to University of Aberdeen members but the talk will be really similar to the one he gave last week in Pisa (see previous post).
Later today (3.30 pm UK Time) Fabien will give a virtual talk at the CNR Neuroscience Institute in Pisa (Italy) on the impact of dietary protein restriction on the functioning of the dopamine system. The talk will be recorded so maybe it will be accessible later.
Three weeks after the official start of the lab the website and the Twitter account are here too. The university of Aberdeen is still closed but meanwhile you can check what we plan to do here and follow us on @NaneixLab (or check the timeline on the right). We even have a home-made logo done by a very non-artistic guy (e.g. myself).
1st of June 2020 is the opening of the Naneix Lab in the Rowett Institute (University of Aberdeen). Some exciting time but also uncertain as we still don’t have access to the lab or the university because of the COVID pandemic. It is a good time to work on grant and papers then. More news coming soon!
Meanwhile do not hesitate to have a look around and follow us on Twitter.