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Zaghloul Ahmed
Neuronal injury and repair, electromagnetic stimulation, rehabilitative techniques and devices
Alejandra D. Alonso
Mechanisms of neurodegeneration in diseases like Alzheimer
Sebastián Alvarado
How epigenetic mechanisms shape neuronal substrates and how they relate to evolution
Asohan Amarasingham
Neural circuits and their models, neural coding, statistics of neurophysiological signals
Pinar Ayata
Probal Banerjee
Neurobiology and neurochemistry
Jeff Beeler
Information processing and plasticity in basal ganglia circuitry and its contribution to motivational plasticity, behavioral flexibility and neuropsychiatric disorders (PD, obesity, addiction, depression)
Marom Bikson
Neural engineering, electric field-neuronal interactions, epilepsy, medical devices
Richard Bodnar
Neuropharmacology of analgesia and ingestion
Patricia A. Broderick
In vivo microvoltammetry; neurotransmitters and behavior; human epilepsy; cocaine addiction; schizophrenia; depression and anxiety
Joshua Brumberg
Electrophysiology, imaging and anathomy of cortical circuits in the rodent somatosensoty cortex, in vivo and in vitro.
Patrizia Casaccia
Epigenetic regulation of oligodendroglia in development and disease/ Environmental control of brain health and disease, Gut-brain communication/ Multiple Sclerosis/ Glial Tumors
Abha Chauhan
Oxidative stress in autism, amyloid beta-protein fibrillization in Alzheimer
Patricia Cortes
Maintenance of Genome Stability, DNA repair, and V(D)J recombination
Jacek Dmochowski
Neuroimaging, Neuromodulation & Brain-Computer-Interfaces
Abdeslem El-Idrissi
Synaptic plasticity and mechanisms of epileptogenecity
Mark M. Emerson
Cone photoreceptor development; Cis-regulatory elements in neuronal development and transcriptional specificity.
Paul G. Feinstein
Molecular cellular development
Maria Figueiredo-Pereira
Neurodegeneration: focus on the field of protein degradation
Paul M. Forlano
Behavioral neuroendocrinology, cellular and molecular neuroethology of vocal-acoustic communication in fishes, comparative vertebrate neuroanatomy
Allyson Friedman
Dissecting the neural circuits that mediate social behaviors in healthy and diseased states.
Eitan Friedman
Signal transduction, G.protein coupled receptors, neuronal plasticity
M. Felice Ghilardi
Motor control, Learning, Plasticity, Parkison's disease
Mitchell Goldfarb
Sodium channel structure/function/modulation, synaptic transmission, epilepsy, cardiac arrhythmia, somatosensation, spatial memory, Epilepsy, cardiac arrhythmia, pain
Cheng-Xin Gong
The molecular mechanism of neurofibrillary degeneration in Alzheimer's
Jeffrey H. Goodman
Development of deep brain electrical stimulation as a therapy for epilepsy
Khalid Iqbal
Neurobiology of Alzheimer’s disease and related conditions, disease mechanisms, biomarkers and preclinical therapeutic studies; neurofibrillary *(tau) pathology and neuroregeneration with neurotrophic peptide mimetics.
Mohammed A. Junaid
Changes in gene expression in neurodegeneration
Junghoon Kim
Prognostic MRI biomarkers of neurodegeneration and cognitive decline after traumatic brain injury. Mechanisms of neuromodulation in traumatic brain injury.
Maria Knikou
Human neural basis of motor control, spinal neuronal circuits, electromagnetic stimulation of the central nervous system, neuronal plasticity, recovery of neurological disorders
Andreas H. Kottmann
Understanding the regulation of structural plasticity in the adult brain during motor learning and memory; neurogenesis; molecular etiology of progressive neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s Disease and ALS.
Geri Kreitzer
The roles played by the cytoskeleton in establishment and maintenance of cell polarity
Jonathan Levitt
Neurophysiology and neuroanatomy of the central visual pathways, organization and development of mammalian cerebral cortex
Christine Li
Understanding how different chemicals in the nervous system affect behavior. Using genetic model systems to understand neurodegenerative diseases
Ekaterina Likhtik
Neural syntax of learning and emotional processing, threat and safety, cortical-subcortical communication, inhibitory systems, amygdala.
Hyungsik Lim
Biophysics, Brain, Retina, Multiphoton Microscopy, Glaucoma, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Intravital Microscopy, Transcriptional Dynamics
Gholson Lyon
TAF1 syndrome, KBG syndrome, NAA-10, and NAA15 related syndromes
Itzhak Mano
Neuronal cell death that occurs when the brain is flooded with too much of the neurotransmitter glutamate
John H. Martin
Understanding development of the motor systems and motor behavior; repair of the damaged motor systems
Dan McCloskey
Understanding spontaneous patterns of activity in the brain under normal conditions and in neurological and psychological disorders
Carmen Violeta Melendez-Vasquez
Glial cell biology, myelination, cytoskeleton
Susana Mingote
The brain circuits controlling motivated behavior, particularly circuits modulated by the dopamine system, by using a circuit-based approach integrating my expertise in behavior, anatomy, synaptic physiology and optogenetics.
Hysell Oviedo
Function and dysfunction of auditory circuits
Lucas Parra
Probabilistic modeling of neuronal signals with particular focus on real-time neuro imaging
Greg Phillips
Cell-cell interactions in synaptic development and neurodevelopmental disorders
Carolyn Pytte
Function and regulation of new neurons born in the post-embryonic brain, particularly in adulthood
Tony Ro
Perception, attention, consciousness, multisensory integration, synesthesia
Andrey Rudenko
Genetic/Epigenetic, Molecular, and Cellular Mechanisms of normal memory function, dysfunction in neurocognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders in Alzheimer’s disease and PTSD
Peter Serrano
Animal behavior, Comparative Psychology, Pharmacology
Orie Shafer
the neurobiological basis of circadian timekeeping, the mechanism that times sleep and activity; and entrainment, the process by which circadian clocks are set to local time. His research employs genetic, physiological, imaging, and behavioral methods to understand how neural networks create a robust yet entrainable circadian rhythm, and he is particularly interested in how such networks operate when challenged by the unreliability of the modern light environment.
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