Wishing you all a festive and fun Halloween!
The office really got into the spirit this year!
MIT’s Spectrum has published and article on the Choi Lab’s work on connecting smell with behavior and how that takes place in the brain. View Article […]
“Reversing behavioural abnormalities in mice exposed to maternal inflammation” and “Maternal gut bacteria promote neurodevelopmental abnormalities in mouse offspring”
from Gloria Choi and Jun Huh labs, have been published back to back in Nature.
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In a recent article published by the Guardian, people share their experiences of their lives without a sense of smell, and how it alters much of their social behavior and emotional state.
In several of our research projects, we are working towards understanding the link between olfaction and […]
“The maternal interleukin-17a pathway in mice promotes autism-like phenotypes in offspring”
by lead authors Gloria Choi, Yeong Shin Yim, has been published in Science. In addition, The McGovern Institute for Brain Research Newsroom , Boston Business Journal, and Science Daily have also released articles regarding […]
Lab Manager Natalie Soares was featured in a profile piece article in Community College Daily. A graduate of Springfield Technical Community College (before transferring for her Bachelor’s degree to RIT), Natalie is happy to represent for her school, family, and lab. Her story is just one example […]
In this month’s issue of Brain Scan, the McGovern Institute’s Newsletter, the featured article gives a look into the workings and life at the Choi Lab. Gloria and the team enjoyed sharing a “behind the scenes” view of what goes into building a lab and working […]
As an extension to Cell’s “40 Under 40” article, interviewing forty scientists all under the age of 40 (Gloria Choi among them), Gloria is also one of five researchers that gives advice to early career scientists pursuing research; sharing her experience and perspective. The article can be […]
To mark the anniversary of 40 years in publication Cell has interviewed 40 researchers in diverse biology fields, all of whom are under 40 years old and made amazing contributions in their research. The article focuses on the individuality and uniqueness of the men and women behind groundbreaking […]
Drawings and photo by Nora Benavidez, and edits by Kristin.
Fun caricatures of the lab team, highlighting some fun traits and sayings. (Note, Michael is not actually a cyclops.)
Gloria Choi (and daughter), Han Kyoung Choe, Nora Benavidez, Natalie Soares, Michael Reed, and Kristin Wiseman […]
For the first time, The McGovern Institute, Picower Institute, and Brain and Cognitive Science Department of MIT combined their annual retreat to Cape Cod’s Seacrest Hotel. The whole Choi Lab team sends a big thanks to the organizers for a weekend of fun in the sun, great […]
The Choi Lab congratulates its Postdoctoral Fellow Han Kyoung Choe on being awarded a Post Doctoral Fellowship from Human Frontiers […]
Three neuroscientists, three chemists, two mathematicians, and an ocean scientist from MIT are among the 126 American and Canadian researchers awarded 2014 Sloan Research Fellowships, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation announced today.
New MIT-affiliated Sloan Research Fellows are: Gloria B. Choi, an assistant professor of brain and […]