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Kiriaki Sidiropoulou


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Kyriaki Sidiropoulou is an Assistant Professor of Neurophysiology at the Dept of Biology, University of Crete and collaborating researcher at IMBB-FORTH. She teaches Animal physiology and Neurobiology to undergraduate biology students and neurophysiology to graduate students. She is the head of the Neurophysiology and Behaviour Laboratory ( Her research team investigates the cellular mechanisms of cognitive functions, in particular, working memory and long-term memory, in wild-type animals as well as in animal models of neuropsychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia. The long-term goal of the Neurophysiology and Behaviour Laboratory is to identify behavioural or electrophysiological measures that can predict the emergence of neuropsychiatric disorders and to develop preventive therapeutic approaches.