Mintz Lab @ Kent State University

Biological Rhythms Research.

Vasopressin immunoreactivity in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of a mouse.

Greetings!  Our laboratory is engaged in research on several aspects of circadian rhythms in mammals.  While primarily a behavioral neuroscience laboratory, we employ techniques to examine endpoints ranging from individual gene expression to the analysis of anxiety-like behaviors.  Use the links on the left to explore different facets of the laboratory.  If you are a Kent State undergraduate student interested in research, or interested in applying to Kent State for a graduate degree, please feel free to contact me via e-mail.

 

 

Eric M. Mintz

Department of Biological Sciences

Kent State University

Kent, OH 44242

(330) 672-3847

emintz @ kent.edu

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