AMBER: automated maternal behavior during early life in rodents

28th February 2023

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SPEAKER: Dr. Hannah Lapp (University of Texas at Austin) 

SUMMARY: Using open-source deep learning tools and computational behavioral analysis to measure maternal behavior in the home cage.  

Hannah received her PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Massachusetts Boston. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Champagne Lab at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on the effects of environmental influences on bidirectional parent-offspring interactions and neural systems in humans and animal models. 

Lecturer: Hannah Lapp
Lecture Author: Hannah Lapp
Executive Producer: Vootele Vöikar

Lapp, H. (2023). AMBER: automated maternal behavior during early life in rodents. COST-TEATIME Webinar Series 2: e0002. Available at: