Jalina Graham

Jalina_GrahamI discovered a love of neuroscience while working in my undergraduate lab studying conspecific call selectivity in auditory midbrain neurons. After graduating with my BA in Cellular/Molecular Biology in May 2012, I worked for a year in the same lab as a technician studying the relationship between neuron structure/function in two closely related anuran species. I then joined the Wiltgen lab in 2014 as a PhD student in the UC Davis Neuroscience program. My current interests involve working at the intersection of behavior and neural activity to dissect the function of hippocampal circuitry.