About us

Since 2009 when we opened the Lab for Behavioral Neurobiology at KAIST, we have been studying the genes and circuits that underlie sensory-guided behaviors in fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster). We work with Drosophila because, as a genetic model organism, the things it teaches us can inform not only our understanding of human neuroscience and behavior but also our understanding of the many species of pest insects that destroy our crops and transmit infectious diseases.

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