Learning and movement are fundamental functions of the brain, yet many aspects of how these processes are orchestrated by various circuits remain elusive. Our group is addressing several open questions about the neurobiological basis of learning and movement in health and disease. Specific questions include:
1. What are the dynamics of neural microcircuits during reward-conditioned behavior?
2. What role do specific microcircuits play in learning and movement?
3. How do brain disorders perturb neural dynamics and information processing?
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