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Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.
Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.

Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.

Marie Curie Research Fellow

Benjamin received his Ph.D. from the University of Bordeaux. During his Ph.D., in the group of Dr. Choquet at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience, he studied the nanoscale organization of glutamate receptors at excitatory synapse and its importance for synaptic plasticity. In 2018, he joined the lab of Professor Burrone at King’s College London for his postdoc where he investigates the molecular organization of inhibitory synapses and its role in regulating neuronal firing, a project for which he obtained a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action postdoctoral fellowship.

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To the Diffraction Limit and Beyond: The Nanoscale Organization of Axo-Axonic Synapses | 2 p.m.

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Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.
Marie Curie Research Fellow
Here we use super-resolution microscopy to decipher the precise molecular organization of axo-axonic synapses and its modifications during activity-dependent forms of plasticity.

To the Diffraction Limit and Beyond: The Nanoscale Organization of Axo-Axonic Synapses | 10 a.m.

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Benjamin Compans, Ph.D.
Marie Curie Research Fellow
Here we use super-resolution microscopy to decipher the precise molecular organization of axo-axonic synapses and its modifications during activity-dependent forms of plasticity.
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