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New research shows sex differences in neurogenesis

A research team including DMCBH researcher Dr. Jason Snyder found that male rats learned slower and female rats learned faster when new neurons were removed. Until now, the sex differences in neurogenesis are relatively unknown since most studies only include male subjects. This new body of work identifies a novel, sex-dependent function for newborn neurons in stress response to aversive…

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2022 DMCBH Research Retreat

June 1

3333 University Way
Kelowna, British Columbia V1V 1V7 Canada

We are looking forward to hosting this Research Retreat at UBC Okanagan! This event is open to all DMCBH members, postdoctoral fellows, research associates, PhD and MSc students affiliated with the DMCBH. REGISTRATION:  Please note that registration has now closed. However, there are a limited number of spots remaining – please contact Clement Woo or Vanessa Hrvatin if you are…

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