Caroline Gora

Caroline GORA


PhD student since 2020
2021 2nd year of thesis, INRAE UMR85, CNRS UMR7247, Tours University (France)
2020 Master in Cell Signaling and Neuroscience,Paris-Saclay University (France)
2018 Bachelor of Biology and Health, Tours University (France)
2018 Education assistant, College Lucie and Raymond AUBRAC Luynes (France)


Characterize the in vitro and in vivo pharmacological profile of oxytocin and vasopressin, playing a major role in social behavior.
Identify a potential therapeutic target within the oxytocinergic system to improve social interaction in mouse models mimicking sociability disorders

#Signaling bias
#Translation and plasticity


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Modification date: 13 February 2024 | Publication date: 27 January 2024 | By: CG