Carolina Lindsay Brain

Bioquímica
Mg. en Bioquímica
PhD. (c) en Ciencias Biomédicas

Tesista de Doctorado

Soy amante de la neurociencia, la investigación, la divulgación científica y de enseñar a niñas y niños sobre el cerebro.

Active Sensing (Percepción Activa). Se enfoca en conocer el relato electrofisiológico que subyace la percepción visual activa. En ella, señales eléctricas derivadas de los actos motores autogenerados son capaces de modular la actividad neural de las distintas capas de la corteza visual primaria, modificando el procesamiento de estímulos visuales y por ende su percepción.

1. “Effects of long-lasting social isolation and re-socialization on cognitive performance and brain activity: a longitudinal study in Octodon degus” (2020).
2. “Wnt signaling pathway dysregulation in the aging brain: lessons from the Octodon degus” (2020).
3. “Andrographolide reduces neuroinflammation and oxidative stress in aged Octodon degus” (2020).
4. “New Insights into the Spontaneous Human Alzheimer’s Disease-Like Model Octodon degus: Unraveling Amyloid-β Peptide Aggregation and Age-Related Amyloid Pathology” (2018).
5. “Long-term, fructose-induced metabolic syndrome-like condition is associated with higher metabolism, reduced synaptic plasticity and cognitive impairment in Octodon degus” (2018).
6. “Neuroprotective effects of ferruginol, jatrophone, and junicedric acid against Aβ injury in hippocampal neurons” (2018).
7. “Andrographolide recovers cognitive impairment in a natural model of Alzheimer’s Disease (Octodon degus)” (2016).
8. “Quercetin Exerts Differential Neuroprotective Effects Against H2O2 and Aβ Aggregates in Hippocampal Neurons: the Role of Mitochondria (2016)”.
9. “The increased potassium intake improves cognitive performance and attenuates histopathological markers in a model of Alzheimer’s disease” (2015).
10. “Andrographolide activates the canonical Wnt signalling pathway by a mechanism that implicates the non-ATP competitive inhibition of GSK-3β: Auto regulation of GSK-3B in vivo” (2015).
11. “Is L-methionine a trigger factor of Alzheimer’s like-neurodegeneration? Changes in Abeta oligomers, tau phosphorylation, synaptic proteins, Wnt signaling and behavioral impairment in wild-type mice” (2015).