Our neurophysiology lab is dedicated to dissecting and preparing brain slices for electrophysiology experiments. This facility is equipped with multiple electrophysiology Rigs that allow scientists to conduct single cell, slice and in vivo recordings. Additionally, the lab has multiple vibratome machines for brain slice preparation and pipette pullers to prepare glass electrodes with precise tips for patch clamp experiments. The facility also includes in vivo electrophysiology setup and stereostaxic implantation to record electrical activity from behaving animals. Overall, these technologies allow researchers to study single-cell and network activity, providing crucial insights into the functioning of individual neurons, circuits and their role in different behaviors. This work bridges the gap between cellular and circuit-level neuroscience, contributing significantly to our understanding of brain function and disorders.