Anthony is the 1st Place Winner of Basic Science Research of the 2021 Medical Student Research Virtual Symposium!
February 12, 2021
The 2021 Medical Student Research Virtual Symposium at Wayne State University School of Medicine announced today that Anthony Chifor is the recipient of the 1st place winner of the Basic Science Research for the development of novel, genetically encoded tools. Congratulations, Anthony!
Positions are available!
September 01, 2020
Graduate students: Graduate students who are highly motivated to study molecular neuroscience (through the Department of Pharmacology, Wayne State University) are encouraged to apply. Details are available via
Postdocs & Research assistants: Not available at this moment.
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New paper is out!
October 08, 2018
Phosphorylation of the AMPAR-TARP Complex in Synaptic Plasticity. Park J. Proteomes (2018) 6: 40. Review. doi: 10.3390/proteomes6040040 • Special Issue "Neuroproteomics"
"This review summarizes the studies on phosphorylation of the AMPAR pore-forming subunits and auxiliary proteins including transmembrane AMPA receptor regulatory proteins (TARPs) and discusses its role in synaptic plasticity."
Park lab is open!
September 01, 2018
Park lab (www.synapsepark.com) is open! We start an adventure to understand synaptic molecular dynamics underlying normal and pathological behavioral processes.