Dr. Sylvain Dubroqua is a Postdoctoral Fellow of Neuroscience at NYU-ECNU Institute of Brain and Cognitive Science within Jeffrey Erlich’s group. He is interested in neurobiology learning and memory functions and attentional processes, decision-making and rodent behaviour. My doctoral research activities at the ETH Zurich involved the behavioral characterization of a neuronal forebrain specific GlyT1 knockout mouse line.
Dubroqua S, Serrano L, Boison D, Feldon J, Gargiulo PA, Yee BK (2012) Intact working memory in the absence of forebrain neuronal glycine transporter 1. Behav Brain Res 230:208-214
Dubroqua S, Singer P, Boison D, Feldon J, Möhler H, Yee BK (2010) Impacts of forebrain neuronal glycine transporter 1 disruption in the senescent brain: evidence for age-dependent phenotypes in Pavlovian learning. Behav Neurosci 124:839-850
PhD, Biology Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zürich