How we remember meals influences how much we eat at later time points. This kind of memory likely comes from both the traditional brain areas associated with memory formation, and from areas associated with regulating appetite. How these two brain regions work together to help animals remember what they ate, where they found it, and whether they liked it is not known. This project investigates how these memories are formed and how they are used by animals to make decisions about future meals.
|Short title||Regulation of appetite and memory|
|Effective start/end date||1/01/18 → 31/12/21|
- National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) (Australia): AUD337,214.00