​​​​​​​​​​​​Neuroethology combines two scientific traditions, that of the neurobiologist working in the laboratory with that of the ethologist who studies animal behavior in its natural environment and focuses on animals that are specialists in the particular behaviors that relate to their natural ecology. 

We use rats, mice, fish, wasps and cockroaches as model animals and explore the neuronal circuits these animals use to solve problems related to their environments. For this purpose, we use electrophysiological, imaging and behavioral techniques.


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