TAN Hui Min
Hui Min just finished her PhD at University College London, and had started her postdoc with Dr Anne Rifkin-Graboi of the NDRC at SICS. She likes hiking, and had recently climbed a 14er in the Rocky Mountain National Park.
She did her PhD in the development of directional navigation in rodents with John O’Keefe at University College London, using chronic in vivo electrophysiological recordings in behaving rat pups. She is now excited about extending her interest in hippocampal development to humans, as well as to look into the neurobiology of mother-child attachment, through the use of ERPs and source localization techniques.
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