Laboratory of Braintime

  We study time in the brain at multiple scales: 1 second, 86400 seconds, and π⋅107 seconds.

 · Future grad students: You should join our lab! Here's why. Email Jihwan.
 · We are looking for a postdoc! See our SRBR ad for details.

Braintime Members
 · Jihwan Myung (Principal Investigator)
 · Amalia Ridla (Master's Student/Research Assistant)
 · Dino Tsai (Lab Manager/Research Assistant)
 · Travis Feng (Research Assistant)
 · Firdani Rianda (Research Assistant)

  Extended members & past members

 · Circadian clock & subjective time: mood regulation
 · Sociology of body clocks: brain clocks and kidney clock

   Latest publications
 · Timekeeping in the hindbrain: a multi-oscillatory circadian centre in the mouse dorsal vagal complex (2020)
 · Clocks in the wild: entrainment to natural light (2020)
 · Weak coupling between intracellular feedback loops explains dissociation of clock gene dynamics (2019)
 · The kidney clock contributes to timekeeping by the master circadian clock (2019)

   Key publications
 · The choroid plexus is an important circadian clock component (2018)
 · GABA-mediated repulsive coupling between circadian clock neurons in the SCN encodes seasonal time (2015)

   All publications available at Google Scholar & PubMed.

Lecture Notes
 · Mathematical Methods in Neuroscience (Spring 2020) & (Spring 2019)

Resources created by Braintime Lab
 · ImagingAnalysis for Mathematica
 · LocoBox for Python and Arduino

Laboratory of Braintime at Taipei Medical University (TMU) & Shuang Ho Hospital (SHH)