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Sehwon Koh

Dr. Koh’s major research interests are in understanding cellular and molecular mechanisms of how the glia, the non-neuronal cell type in the central nervous system, regulates neuronal activity.

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Toni Kazic

Dr. Kazic is working on methods to infer the structure of complex networks using the disease lesion mimic mutants of maize as a model system. Her work has also included the development of an architecture for community query, deposit, review and curation of information on biochemical reactions, and the analysis of extant reaction networks.

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Bradley Ferguson

Dr. Ferguson is currently studying the association between immune, endocrine, and psychophysiological markers of stress and gastrointestinal disorders in those with autism spectrum disorder. He is also leading the psychophysiological biomarker assessment for predictors of response to medications, and also the relationship to aberrant behaviors.

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Bing Zhang

Genetic dissection of synaptic plasticity, neural circuitry, and behavior in fruit flies. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Matthew J. Will

Behavioral, pharmacological, and molecular analysis of the interaction between stress and the reinforcement process within the context of animal models of addiction. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Rebecca Whiting

Ex vivo gene therapy for treatment of CLN2 Batten disease using a canine model.  We are pursuing combined treatment of the brain and retina to achieve amelioration of all neurologic symptoms in this disease. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Gary A. Weisman

Research relates to effects of ischemia and Alzheimer’s disease on nucleotide receptors and their signal transduction pathways in the brain to develop therapeutic strategies for these diseases. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Mahesh Thakkar

Our focus is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the control of sleep-wake cycle. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Grace Y. Sun

Signal transduction pathways, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and alcoholism

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Shivendra Shukla

Ethanol effects on cell signaling. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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David Schulz

Neural network function, cellular and subcellular regulation of neuronal excitability, and the balance between plasticity and stability in neurons and neural networks. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Johannes Schul

Neuroethology of acoustic communication in insects and frogs – comparative analysis of the neuronal basis of call recognition and phonotaxis.  To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Heide Schatten

Cell biology of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Todd Schachtman

Differentiating the processes of acquisition, retention, and retrieval of information as causes of test performance deficits (e.g., interference) in animals and examining the effects of metabotropic glutamate receptors on learning.   To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Lixing Reneker

Signal transduction pathways in lens development; Factors controlling corneal endothelial cell formation and differentiation. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Michael J. Petris

There is evidence that redox active metals such as copper contribute to Alzheimer’s disease.  We are interested in characterizing how changes in metal ion homeostasis contribute to Alzheimer’s disease with an emphasis on inflammation.  To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Ilker Ozden

Understanding (1) the interactive roles of the cortex, basal ganglia and cerebellum in motor control and learning, and (2) how disrupted neural signaling across these brain regions leads to motor deficits, such as those in Parkinson’s disease. To learn more about my lab, click here.

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Dennis O’Brien

Hereditary and acquired neurodegenerative diseases of domestic animals

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Nicole L. Nichols

Understanding how plasticity in the motor control systems for respiration and swallowing can be enhanced in models of motor neuron death, including ALS, to preserve/restore breathing and swallowing

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Satish S. Nair

Dynamical foundations of neuroscience, computational neuroscience and systems biology; identification and uncertainty modeling using robust, adaptive and intelligent techniques.  To learn more about my lab, click here.

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