Ghoshal A, Rook JM, Dickerson JW, et al. Potentiation of M1 muscarinic receptor reverses plasticity deficits and negative and cognitive symptoms in a schizophrenia mouse model. Neuropsychopharmacology 2016;41(2):598–610.
Rook JM, Xiang Z, Lv X, Ghoshal A, et al. Biased mGlu5-positive allosteric modulators provide in vivo efficacy without potentiating mGlu5 modulation of NMDAR currents. Neuron. 2015;86(4):1029–1040.
Ghoshal A, Tomarken A, Ebner F. Cross-sensory modulation of primary sensory cortex is developmentally regulated by early sensory experience. J Neurosci. 201;31(7):2526–2536.
Ghoshal A, Pouget P, Popescu M, et al. Early bilateral sensory deprivation blocks the development of coincident discharge in rat barrel cortex. J Neurosci. 2009;29(8):2384–2392.
Ayan Ghoshal, Ph.D.
Ayan Ghoshal is a research scientist I working under the direction of Jen Q. Pan in the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. His research focus is to understand the role of T-type calcium channels and their genetic variants in schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders. Research interests and expertise include neurophysiology, brain slice and in vivo electrophysiology, neuroscience, and psychology.
Prior to joining the Broad Institute in January 2016, Ghoshal obtained a Ph.D. in psychology from Vanderbilt University and subsequently undertook a postdoctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he utilized in vivo and in vitro electrophysiology to investigate the role of G-protein coupled receptors on neuronal properties of brain regions implicated in mental illnesses such as schizophrenia. He also holds an M.Sc. in neuroscience from the National Brain Research Center in Manesar, India, and a B.Sc. in physiology from Calcutta University in Kolkata, India.
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