Our mission is to develop new expertise and technologies that bridge the research findings between mouse and human. The platform is continually developing and testing novel approaches for understanding and decoding brain and circuit function and we are eager to share our capabilities with the greater neuroscience community.
Our facility is ready to collect high-throughput in vivo neuronal activation in mice, by way of calcium imaging through the UCLA Miniscope, during validated behaviour activity in Bussey-Saksida touchscreen chambers.
The M3 Platform is funded through McGill University’s Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives initiative.
For a full description and list of services: www.m3platform.weebly.com
General information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator: Kenneth Dyson