Of, by and for Neurobiologists

Neurolabware was started in 2011 by Adrian Cheng, PhD, and Josh Trachtenberg, PhD.  Adrian's degree is in physics and photonics.  As a postdoctoral fellow he pioneered the use of beam multiplexing in vivo.  Josh's degree is in physiology.  He is a Professor of Neurobiology at UCLA.  Prior to joining the faculty, he trained with Michael Stryker at UCSF and Karel Svoboda at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. His lab uses a range of vital imaging approaches to reveal the mechanisms of microcircuit plasticity in mouse neocortex.  

In 2016, Neurolabware is joined by neuroscientist Jennifer Park, PhD., in vivo two-photon microscopy expert.