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Richard G.M. Morris

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Learning and Memory, synaptic plasticity
"Richard Morris"

Invented the Morris Water Maze, discovered role of NMDA receptors in spatial learning, co-developer (with J.U.Frey) of the synaptic tagging and capture hypothesis of protein synthesis-dependent long term potentiation; interested in developing novel tasks to investigate memory and then using these in a translational context (e.g. Alzheimer's Disease).

Mean distance: 12.83 (cluster 36)


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Sofie Ährlund-Richter research assistant Edinburgh
Gavin Stewart Dawe research assistant 1989-1990 Edinburgh
David M. Bannerman grad student Edinburgh
Bruno M. da Silva grad student Edinburgh
David Foster grad student Johns Hopkins
Rosamund F. Langston grad student Edinburgh
Kapil Saxena grad student Edinburgh
Dorothy Tse grad student Edinburgh
Roger Redondo grad student 2003- Edinburgh
Kate J. Jeffery grad student 1990-1993 Edinburgh
Colin Michael O'Carroll grad student 1998-2003 Edinburgh
Guiquan Chen grad student 2000-2005 Edinburgh
Dione T. Kobayashi grad student 2002-2005 Edinburgh
Guy O. Billings grad student 2004-2008 Edinburgh
Adrian J. Duszkiewicz grad student 2011-2015 Edinburgh
Masaki Kakeyama post-doc Edinburgh
Edvard I. Moser post-doc Edinburgh
May-Britt Moser post-doc Edinburgh
Janine I. Rossato post-doc Edinburgh
Francesco Gobbo post-doc 2019- Edinburgh
Johan J. Bolhuis post-doc 1989-1990 Edinburgh
Stephanie Daumas post-doc 2005-2009 Edinburgh
Lisa Genzel post-doc 2012-2016 University of Edinburg
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Broadbent N, Lumeij LB, Corcoles M, et al. (2020) A stable home-base promotes allocentric memory representations of episodic-like everyday spatial memory. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Córcoles-Parada M, Ubero-Martínez M, Morris RGM, et al. (2019) Frontal and Insular Input to the Dorsolateral Temporal Pole in Primates: Implications for Auditory Memory. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 1099
Rossato JI, Moreno A, Genzel L, et al. (2018) Silent Learning. Current Biology : Cb. 28: 3508-3515.e5
Fernández G, Morris RGM. (2018) Memory, Novelty and Prior Knowledge. Trends in Neurosciences. 41: 654-659
Saxena K, Webster J, Hallas-Potts A, et al. (2018) Correction to 'Experiential contributions to social dominance in a rat model of fragile-X syndrome'. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Saxena K, Webster J, Hallas-Potts A, et al. (2018) Experiential contributions to social dominance in a rat model of fragile-X syndrome. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
van der Linden M, Berkers RMWJ, Morris RGM, et al. (2017) Angular gyrus involvement at encoding and retrieval is associated with durable but less specific memories. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Nonaka M, Fitzpatrick R, Lapira J, et al. (2017) Everyday memory: towards a translationally effective method of modeling the encoding, forgetting and enhancement of memory. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Daumas S, Hunter CJ, Mistry RB, et al. (2017) The Kinase Function of MSK1 Regulates BDNF Signaling to CREB and Basal Synaptic Transmission, But Is Not Required for Hippocampal Long-Term Potentiation or Spatial Memory. Eneuro. 4
Genzel L, Rossato JI, Jacobse J, et al. (2017) The Yin and Yang of Memory Consolidation: Hippocampal and Neocortical. Plos Biology. 15: e2000531
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