Schulz Lab

The Schulz Lab (Kalynn Schulz, PI) is interested in how environmental events shape the developing nervous system and adult behavior. In particular, we use rodent models to investigate the mechanisms by which developmental stress exposure and deviations in pubertal timing confer risk for mental illness.

Summer Fun 2017 (click to view)

SBN 2017 Long Beach, CA

4-19-17 Eureca Research Conference

Lab Party Jan 2017 (click to view)

University of Tennessee Lab Set-up Progress

10-24-16 Main lab is unpacked, pretty organized, and glassware is clean! Thank you Shana, Chris, Maddie, Abby, Amanda, and Camron! Now we just have to get the procedure and behavior rooms sorted out.... :)

10-24-16 Main lab is unpacked, pretty organized, and glassware is clean! Thank you Shana, Chris, Maddie, Abby, Amanda, and Camron! Now we just have to get the procedure and behavior rooms sorted out.... :)

9-27-16 Most of the boxes unpacked. Still a lot of organizing to do! 

9-27-16 Most of the boxes unpacked. Still a lot of organizing to do! 

9-10-16 Getting Started! 

9-10-16 Getting Started! 

 

Undergraduate Research Day April 2016  (slideshow, click to view)

 

SchulzLab Holiday Party 2015 (slideshow, click to view)

 

Bits and Bobs (slideshow, click to view)