This cartoon represents a mouse with designed mutations in molecules of synaptic transmission. You can find our publications and preliminary work on each molecule, and on the mice themselves, by clicking on them.
For prospective postdocs and graduate students
Our projects range from the biophysics of Cys-loop receptors and transporters, through mouse models for neuroscience diseases. The lab would be a good experience for
-- a molecular biologist looking to gain experience in electrophysiology or optics;
-- a physicist or engineer hoping to contribute to the exciting biomedical problems of nicotine addiction, epilepsy, or Parkinson's disease;
-- a clinician wanting to learn basic neuroscience; or
-- an electrophysiologist hoping to learn mouse genetics.
This is usually the most up-to-date version of Henry's detailed links:
You can use my full list of useful bookmarks.
Browse the Lester Lab Personnel / Dougherty Lab Personnel,
the current Lester / Dougherty Lab e-Mail List,
HAL / DAD Lab Intranet (for authorized ITS users only).
List of Lester Lab Responsibilities
Sad to report, Norman Davidson died on 14 February 2002.
There are four ways to obtain pdf reprints of our papers.
(1) Here is a directory containing pdfs, organized by year; and
(2) Go to PubMed for a list of our publications, with abstracts, and sometimes with links to publishers' Web sites.
(3) Email Eloisa Imel.
(4) Go to the clickable image map at the top of this page.
But here's a link to the most recent Caltech Biology Division Annual Report
our collaborations with Dennis Dougherty's Group at Caltech,
Henry Lester participates in the following formal Caltech graduate programs:
Contact Henry Lester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page was last updated on October 3, 2011 .