May 11 2010
Christopher Korey, Ph.D. :Drosophila genetics. Molecular genetics of human neurological disease using Drosophila as a model system.
Elizabeth Meyer-Bernstein, Ph.D. (Director): Systems neuroscience. Physiological mechanisms underlying the circadian timing system using Drosophila and mouse model systems.
Jeffrey Triblehorn, Ph.D.: Sensory neurobiology and the neural control of behavior primarily involving invertebrate system
Sorinel Oprisan, Ph.D.: Conductance-based computational models for single cell and large neural networks. Phase resetting mechanisms involved in learning and plasticity
Mark Hurd, Ph.D.: Behavioral neuroscience. Understanding the relationship between circadian rhythms and learning and memory. Functional neuroimaging in humans and bioinformatics.
Garrett Milliken, Ph.D.: Comparative psychology and systems neuroscience. Evolution of brain and behavior and perceptual mechanisms of neural plasticity.
Michael Ruscio, Ph.D.: Behavioral neuroendocrinology. Neural mechanisms associated with parental behavior and other affiliate behaviors.