by Julie Pryor | November 26, 2012
Guoping Feng, an investigator at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT, studies the development and function of synapses and their disruption in brain disorders. He uses molecular genetics combined with behavioral and electrophysiological methods to study the molecular components of the synapse and to understand how disruptions in these components can lead to diseases like autism and OCD. [“The Synapse Revealed” illustrated by Graham Johnson of grahamj.com for HHMI ©2004.]
Read more about Guoping Feng here.