© 2019 Etay Hay

camh-kcni logo.png
uoft_logo.jpg

Lab Members

Independent Scientist, Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics, CAMH

​​Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Department of Physiology, University of Toronto

Principal Investigator

Etay Hay

Cellular mechanisms of sensory processing by cortical circuits in health and depression. In-silico testing of new pharmacology (GABA synaptic modulators) for treating depression

Postdoctoral Fellow

Alexandre Guet-McCreight

Identifying signatures of cellular mechanisms in TMS-EEG signals in health and depression (co-supervised with Dr. John Griffiths)

 

Graduate Student (MSc), Physiology & Neuroscience, University of Toronto

Frank Mazza

The role of dendritic inhibitory connections in intrinsic activity of human cortical circuits in health and depression

Undergraduate Student, Physiology & Neuroscience, University of Toronto

Kant Yao

 

Postdoc and Graduate positions available, see details

Lab Alumni

 

Ana Han (2019) - undergraduate student, summer research volunteer