Omid Miry is a postdoctoral fellow in neuroscience at Stanford Medicine. His research is focused on memory, or how neural activity in the brain allows us to store experiences and recall them later. In addition to neuroscience research, he advocates for quality access to STEM education in underserved communities by serving as Ambassador to the New York Academy of Sciences and collaborating with organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club of the Bay Area and Global STEM Alliance. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his dogs, bird-watching, and gardening.
- Behavioral neuroscience
- Learning and memory
- Synaptic plasticity
- New York Medical College, PhD in Neuroscience, 2017
- San Francisco State University, B.A. in Physiology, 2010
Miry O, Zhang XL, Vose LR, Gopaul KR, Subah G, Moncaster JA, Wojnarowicz MW, Fisher AM, Tagge CA, Goldstein LE, Stanton PK (2021) Life-long brain compensatory responses to galactic cosmic radiation exposure. Scientific Reports, 11(1):4292.
Miry O, Li J, Chen L (2021) The Quest for the Hippocampal Memory Engram: From Theories to Experimental Evidence. Front Behav Neurosci., 14:632019.
Gopaul KR, Irfan M, Miry O, Vose LR, Moghadam A, Subah G, Hökfelt T, Bark C, Stanton PK (2020) Developmental Time Course of SNAP-25 Isoforms Regulate Hippocampal Long-Term Synaptic Plasticity and Hippocampus-Dependent Learning. Int J Mol Sci., 21(4):1448.
Tagge CA, Fisher AM, ... Miry O, ... Stanton PK, Goldstein LE (2018) Concussion, microvascular injury, and phosphorylated tauopathy in young athletes after impact head injury and an impact concussion mouse model. Brain, 141(2):422-458.
Zhang XL, McGlothan JL, Miry O, Stanton PK, Guilarte TR (2017) 7,8- dihydroxyflavone rescues lead-induced impairment of vesicular release: A novel therapeutic approach for childhood lead intoxication. Toxicol Sci., 161(1):186-195.