Dr Oliver Hardt
Cellular mechanisms and brains systems underpinning natural and dysregulated forgetting.
- Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh since 2016
- Chancellors Fellow at the University of Edinburgh from 2013-2016
- Post-doctoral work at McGill in Behavioural Neuroscience.
- PhD in Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience) at the University of Arizona
- Simons Initiative for the Developing Brain - SIDB
- NSERC (The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)
- LouLou Foundation
- Peter Kind, University of Edinburgh
- Emma Wood, University of Edinburgh
- Virginia Migues, McGill University
- Shona Chatterji, National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore
- Tara Spires-Jones, University of Edinburgh
- Wayne Sossin, McGill University
- Lynn Nadel, University of Arizona
Hardt, O., & Sossin, W. S. (2020). Terminological and Epistemological Issues in Current Memory Research. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience, 12.
Tulloch, J., Netsyk, O., Pickett, E. K., Herrmann, A. G., Jain, P., Stevenson, A. J. et al. (2020). Maintained memory and long-term potentiation in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease with both amyloid pathology and human tau. Eur J Neurosci, 53, 637-648.
Anstey, N. J., Kapgal, V., Tiwari, S., Watson, T. C., Toft, A. K. H., Dando, O. R. et al. (2020). Imbalance of flight-freeze responses and their cellular correlates in the Nlgn3-/y rat model of autism.
Migues, P. V., Wong, J., Lyu, J., & Hardt, O. (2019). NMDA receptor activity bidirectionally controls active decay of long-term spatial memory in the dorsal hippocampus. Hippocampus, 29(9), 883-888.
Pickett, E. K., Herrmann, A. G., McQueen, J., Abt, K., Dando, O., Tulloch, J. et al. (2019). Amyloid Beta and Tau Cooperate to Cause Reversible Behavioral and Transcriptional Deficits in a Model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Cell Rep, 29(11), 3592-3604.e5.
Hardt, O., & Nadel, L. (2018). Systems consolidation revisited, but not revised: The promise and limits of optogenetics in the study of memory. Neurosci Lett, 680, 54-59.