Andrés Pérez

I got my Biology degree in the Universidad de Alicante and I met the Neuroscience for the first time in the Canals’ lab during a research stay. The electrophysiological recordings and neural population manipulations amazed me while I was working in behaviour, and all of this aroused my interest in how different brain areas are functionally connected with others and in the way that plasticity phenomena modulate and modify those connections. Then I got my Master in Neuroscience and I began to work as a researcher in the lab looking for a PhD student position.