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LAB NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Upcoming Presentations

Winter Conference on Brain Research

January 30, 2024  |  Ashley will be speaking in a 4:30 pm panel session.

Neurovascular Coupling Collaboration Cluster

February 12, 2024  |  Ashley will be speaking at the seminar series for the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University Neurovascular Coupling Collaboration Cluster.

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We Are Recruiting

Now  |  The lab is growing! Come join the team.

New Funding

December 1, 2023 |  Ashley received a Small Research Grant from the Sleep Research Society Foundation!

November 6, 2023 |  Caroline Jipa joins the team as the Ingiosi Lab's very first Lab Manager! 

Welcome, Caroline!

Recording chambers arrived

October 31, 2023 | Our friends Will Clegern and Dominic Brenner at Washington State University's Biomedical Engineering and Design Service Center custom built us these BEAUTIFUL sleep & circadian recording chambers. They can build you some, too!

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First Birthday

October 1, 2023  The Ingiosi Lab turned 1-year-old!

Funded

September 1, 2023  |  The Ingiosi Lab received its first Notice of Award! With an R00 through the BRAIN Initiative, we will investigate the role of astrocytes and astroglial-neuronal interactions in sleep homeostasis.

Publication Alert

August 9, 2023  |  "Activation of basal forebrain astrocytes induces wakefulness without compensatory changes in sleep drive" was published in The Journal of Neuroscience highlighting some Ashley's postdoctoral work with Dr. Marcos Frank.

SLEEP 2023

June 5, 2023  |  Ashley was invited to speak in the Leadership Development Workshop at SLEEP 2023. She also gave a talk in a symposium titled "Advances in our Understanding of Neural Activity During REM Sleep."

UCSD LAUCH

March 23, 2023  |  Ashley was selected to participate Leading the Advancement of Underrepresented Neuroscientists for Change (LAUNCH) program at the University of California San Diego—a year-long, mentored grant writing and professional development program.

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