Rodent Behavioral Evaluation

Overview

The Rodent Behavioral Evaluation Core, supported by the Dominick P. Purpura Department of Neuroscience and the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, provides expert staff and equipment for testing the behavior of mice and rats. These tests are broadly applicable to the study of heritable and developmental disorders of cognitive function, sensorimotor disorders, psychiatric and affective disorders, metabolic disorders, cancer, neuropathological and infectious diseases, aging and reproductive function.

Services

  • Dedicated space, apparatus and software
  • Expertise in design, analysis and execution of behavioral studies
  • Assistance in the preparation of grants, manuscripts, posters, presentations and animal protocols
  • Development of assays and models to suit specific needs
  • Validated and reliable functional testing of rodents in a broad range of behavioral domains, including cognitive, affective/emotional, social, sensory, motor and reproductive

Location and Contacts

Rodent Behavioral Evaluation

Kennedy Center B21, B32 & B34

 
 
 

Scientific Director
Maria Gulinello,Ph.D.
718.430.4042
maria.gulinello@einstein.yu.edu