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Nathalie Dehorter obtained a PhD in Neuroscience in 2010 in Marseille, France and worked as EMBO Research Fellow at the CSIC in Alicante, Spain and the MRC, King’s College of London, UK. In 2017, she started her research group at The Australian National University (ANU) to investigate the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying the development and adaptation of interneurons in the brain, in health and disease. For her research, she uses multi-disciplinary approaches, from molecular biology to electrophysiology and behaviour. She currently leads the Neuronal Development Laboratory at the Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland, and The Eccles Institute of Neuroscience, ANU. She is a NHMRC research grant fellow and an ANU Future Scheme awardee.

"Neuroscience is the most exciting branch of Science. It enables us to understand what makes us unique and who we are."

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