Lucas Sjulson, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor at Eisntein in the departments of psychiatry and neuroscience
Education and Training:
- 2012: Adult Psychiatry Residency, NYU.
- 2008: MD, Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
- 2007: PhD in Neuroscience, Cornell/Rockefeller/Sloan-Kettering Tri-Institutional MD/PhD Program. Advisor: Gero Miesenböck. Thesis title: Two Photon Imaging of a Genetically Encodable Voltage Sensor.
- 1999: BA in Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University.
Current or Past Study:
I am interested in the development of gene-based approaches for the treatment of addiction. To this end, I am studying the effect of modulating activity in various interneuron populations during addiction-related behaviors in awake behaving rodents. Visit my lab website here.