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Tan Kelly

Gender Female
Institute Biozentrum Universität Basel
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Projects as responsible applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Remodeling of cognitive circuits in Parkinson’s disease
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.02.2015 31.05.2021 Temporary Backup Schemes

Dopamine modulation of inhibitory microcircuits in the barrel cortex
Tan Kelly University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2012 30.09.2014 Ambizione

Investigation of midbrain circuitry underlying motor and cognitive behaviors
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.12.2019 30.11.2021 SNSF Professorships

Rewiring of inhibitory circuitries in Parkinson's disease
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.10.2014 30.09.2018 SNSF Professorships

Deciphering Basal Ganglia Sub-circuits involved in Motor and Cognitive Functions
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.10.2018 30.09.2019 SNSF Professorships

Projects as member of staff

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

The GABA-A receptors: Application of subunit concatenation and benzodiazepine binding site
Sigel Erwin University of Berne - BE 01.10.2004 30.09.2010 Project funding (Div. I-III)

Remodeling of cognitive circuits in Parkinson’s disease
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.02.2015 31.05.2021 Temporary Backup Schemes

Addiction and synaptic plasticity: Cocaine-induced redistribution of glutamate receptors in the ventral tegmental area
Lüscher Christian University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2005 30.09.2010 Project funding (Div. I-III)

Dopamine modulation of inhibitory microcircuits in the barrel cortex
Tan Kelly University of Geneva - GE 01.10.2012 30.09.2014 Ambizione

Investigation of midbrain circuitry underlying motor and cognitive behaviors
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.12.2019 30.11.2021 SNSF Professorships

Deciphering Basal Ganglia Sub-circuits involved in Motor and Cognitive Functions
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.10.2018 30.09.2019 SNSF Professorships

Rewiring of inhibitory circuitries in Parkinson's disease
Tan Kelly University of Basel - BS 01.10.2014 30.09.2018 SNSF Professorships

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