We are working day and night to elucidate neural mechanisms underlying emotion, memory and social interaction in mammals including us humans. We are especially interested in understanding how the sensory information is processed and integrated into emotional behavior. Our primary target is the limbic system which includes the hippocampus, amygdala and thalamus, areas known to be crucial for in cognition, emotion, and memory formation. However, recently the  area of our interest is expanding to less explored regions in the brain as well.

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