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Alexandra Gros


Ph.D. in Neurosciences, Neuroscience Paris-Saclay Institute, University Paris-Sud XI, 2015

Current position

Postdoc Researcher, Neuroscience Paris-Saclay Institute, University Paris-Saclay, France


  1. Gros, A., Veyrac, A. and Laroche, S. (2015). Cerveau et mémoire: Des nouveaux neurones pour se souvenir.  Biologie aujourd’hui.
  2. Veyrac, A., Allerborn, M., Gros, A., Michon, F., Raguet, L., Kenney, J., Godinot, F., Thevenet, M., Garcia, S., Messaoudi, B., Laroche, S. and Ravel, N. (2015). Memory of occasional events in rats: individual episodic memory profiles, flexibility, and neural substrate. J Neurosci 35(19): 7575-7586.
  3. Penke, Z., Morice, E., Veyrac, A., Gros, A., Chagneau, C., LeBlanc, P., Samson, N., Baumgartel, K., Mansuy, I. M., Davis, S. and Laroche, S. (2014). Zif268/Egr1 gain of function facilitates hippocampal synaptic plasticity and long-term spatial recognition memory. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 369(1633): 20130159.
  4. Veyrac, A., Gros, A., Bruel-Jungerman, E., Rochefort, C., Kleine Borgmann, F. B., Jessberger, S. and Laroche, S. (2013). Zif268/egr1 gene controls the selection, maturation and functional integration of adult hippocampal newborn neurons by learning. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 110(17): 7062-7067.
Protocols by Alexandra Gros
  1. A Novel Task for Studying Memory of Occasional Events in Rats