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The Science of Memory
David J. Linden, Ph.D.,
Professor, Department of Neuroscience

Dr. David Linden

Dr. Linden's research focuses on how memories are physically encoded in your brain. Learning changes brain connectivity and these changes can last a lifetime and how this occurs is one of the major goals of my research.  Learn more about Dr. Linden

Research Publications:

Characterizing the conductance underlying depolarization-induced slow current in cerebellar Purkinje cells. (pdf)
Kim YS, Kang E, Makino Y, Park S, Shin JH, Song H, Launay P, Linden DJ. (2013)
Journal of Neurophysiology, 109(4):1174-81. Epub 2012 Nov 28.

Astrocyte inositol triphosphate receptor type 2 and cytosolic phospholipase A2 alpha regulate arteriole responses in mouse neocortical brain slices. (pdf)
He L, Linden DJ, Sapirstein A. (2012)
PLoS One. 7(8):e42194. Epub 2012 Aug 2.

A late phase of LTD in cultured cerebellar Purkinje cells requires persistent dynamin-mediated endocytosis. (pdf)
Linden D.J. (2012)
J Neurophysiol. 2012 Jan; 1071):448-54. Epub 2011 Nov 2.

Re-evaluating the role of LTD in cerebellar motor learning. (pdf)
Schonewille, M., Gao, Z., Boele, H., Vinueza Veloz, M.F., , Amerika, W.E., Simek, A.A.M., De Jeu, M.T.G., Steinberg, J.P., Takamiya , K., Hoebeek, F.E., Linden, D.J.,  Huganir, R.H. and De Zeeuw, C.I. (2011).
Neuron, 70, 43-50.

The Compass of Pleasure.  
Linden, D.J. (2011) 
Viking Press, New York

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