Modulating neuronal secretion by the Pl3-kinase pathway (2010–2012)

Neuronal communication relies on the process of exocytosis by which neurons release neurotransmitter. Exocytosis is critical for the simplest relfex movement to complex tasks such as learning and memory, and is altered in several neurodegenerative pathologies. We will investigate how certain lipids control exocytosis. This research is important for understanding how neurons communicate in health and disease and is relevant to other processes such as insulin release in diabetes.
Grant type:
NHMRC Project Grant
Funded by:
National Health and Medical Research Council