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Camilo Castelblanco

Science biography


I am a graduate student in the Robertson Lab. Broadly, I am in search of neural syntax. I want to learn how the hippocampus and cortex communicate with each other (e.g., sharp-wave ripples) for various cognitive processes (e.g., memory consolidation and memory retrieval). Before coming to Dartmouth, I was a Research Assistant at the Dicon Lab at Boys Town National Research Hospital. My research focused on cognitive functioning in patients with Alzheimer's disease and cannabis users using magnetoencephalography.


Non-science biography


I grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and attended undergraduate school in Utah and Missouri. Soccer is one of my favorite things outside the lab - I like watching and playing it. I also enjoy traveling, cooking, and playing chess.


Special interests

Food, learning languages, volunteering

Graduate Student

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