WELCOME TO THE KRIMM LAB
A Taste Function and Anatomy Lab at the University of Louisville
The sensations arising from the oral cavity when we eat or drink are complex, involving taste, texture and temperature. The neurons innervating the oral cavity, which carry this information to the brainstem, are poorly understood. We are interested in unraveling anatomy, function, development circuitry, and adult plastic changes of these peripheral neurons. We believe that each student is unique in their experiences, and find that it is important to foster individual growth and development within their academic goals and interests.