Semi-natural setups can contribute to a more complete understanding of dominance and aggression in mice.

Checkout our latest review in Current Opinion in Neurobiology.

Group social dynamics in a semi-natural setup reveal an adaptive value for aggression in male mice.

Environmental enrichment and oxytocin knockout show opposite effect on aggression and hierarchy structure in male mice.

Sex shapes cell-type-specific transcriptional signatures of stress exposure in the mouse hypothalamus

Our latest publication in Cell Reports shows that the response to acute stress is encoded differently in cell types and sexes.

Why do mice squeak?

Out now in iScience – understanding sonic vocalizations in mice and how they relate to anxiety.