Keerthi Krishnan just published two papers. One, where she is corresponding author, is entitled Systematic analysis of goal-related movement sequences during maternal behaviour in a female mouse model for Rett syndrome and was published in the European Journal of Neuroscience. Parker Stevenson, an undergrad in the lab, is first author and Billy Lau, postdoc, is also an author. This study was done in collaboration with Deven Casenhiser, Associate Professor in the Department of Audiology. The second, Oxytocin receptors in the midbrain dorsal raphe are essential for postpartum maternal social and affective behaviors, was published in Psychoneuroendocrinology and is a collaboration with Joseph Lonstein (Michigan State). Congratulations.