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I joined the Karpova group in 2008, and my main work is in constructing viral vector-mediated gene delivery systems for the application of genetic methods, such as optogentics, to investigate neuronal circuit functions both in vivo and in vitro. We study specific neuronal cell tropisms in various regions of the rodent brain. I received my B.S in Cell Biology from Concordia University and my Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from McGill University ( Montreal Canada).