Welcome To Our Laboratory!
We are a behavioral neuroscience laboratory located at the University of Cincinnati. Our team works hard to accomplish the research goals established by the Principal Investigator. Our laboratory is fortunate to be housed in a wonderful facility where students have access to the best research tools and equipment. In addition, there are a number of outstanding mentors here in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Graduate Program who take active roles in mentoring trainees not only in their respective laboratories, but also trainees from other laboratories. We are grateful for the students who entrust us to train them and help them accomplish their long term career goals. We believe that each laboratory member has an integral role in helping us to achieve our long term research goals.
Dr. Solomon and Dr. Shyan-Norwalt will present at UC's Excellence in Online Teaching Showcase: "Senior Capstones--Big Projects: Student Engagement and Online Courses"
Dr. Solomon speaks at Georgia State University in the Department of Biology about her path to becoming a behavioral neuroscientist in academia!
Din's sister got this cool mug made for him in celebration of his first publication. This is just the first of many, Din!
I love my lab and their family! Check out our latest publication in Hormones & Behavior where we examined sex differences in endocrine stress responses and social memory in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease.
Dr. Solomon spoke with Sana Biotechnology regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion in neuroscience
Check out this video by our very own Ria Parikh on how social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic can impact our mental health! We are so proud of Ria!
Thank you so much Din for nominating me! It has been my pleasure to mentor you guys!
I really enjoyed myself at this Cincy-SACNAS event!
Din saw this sign on the internet and we both agreed that it applied to both of us. This is Din at the microscope after he and I talked for about AN HOUR on donuts, phone hacking, and spinning bikes.
Dr. Solomon gives the Keynote address at the Brains & Behavior Retreat at her alma mater, Georgia State University!
Nik presents at the Undergraduate Research Conference in April 2017!
Dr. Solomon was the Psychology Seminar Speaker at the University of Tennessee on
May 6, 2016!
This is too funny and so true!
Dr. Bruce McEwen Visits UC and Christina Meets Her Scientific Crush!
Christina Estrada successfully defended her Master's Thesis on 9-10-2015. She examined the role of estradiol signaling in the Medial Amygdala on emotionality and cognition in female rats!
We are so proud of her!!!