Neuroscience

Faculty Research Area(s)
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Joshua Chappie

Structural biology; biophysics; protein biochemistry; bacterial pathogenesis and defense systems; infection/agent; intracellular trafficking; nucleotide-driven molecular machines; molecular membrane remodeling; protein-nucleic acid interactions

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Jonathan Cheetham
Regenerative medicine; peripheral nerve injury and repair; laryngeal function - lab
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Ruth Collins
Pharmacology; cancer cell biology; small GTPase regulation of intracellular traffic and cellular growth control - lab
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Joseph Fetcho
Motor control with a focus on hindbrain and spinal cord; optical and genetic approaches for studying neuronal structure and function; regeneration - lab
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Jesse Goldberg

Systems neuroscience; neural circuits; motor learning - lab

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Toshi Kawate
Structures and mechanisms of membrane proteins that regulate extracellular signaling - lab
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David Lin
Axon guidance; neurodevelopment; epilepsy; autism; genomics - lab
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Maurine Linder
Regulation of cell signaling by protein lipidation
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Linda Nowak
Neurosciences; cellular physiology; receptor pharmacology; membrane biophysics
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Kimberly O'Brien
Calcium metabolism and bone health; control of maternal/fetal nutrient; partitioning and cellular mineral transport; micronutrient status in international settings; development of mass spectrometric methodology; pediatric bone health; pregnancy and mineral metabolism in adolescents - lab
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Robert E. Oswald
Ion channel receptor/ligand interactions; NMR and molecular dynamics; molecular neurobiology and biophysics; neurotransmitter receptors and signal transduction
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Chris B. Schaffer
Advanced optical techniques used to observe and manipulate in vivo biological systems with the goal of developing microscopic scale understanding of normal and disease-state physiological processes - lab
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Carolyn Sevier
Signaling of cellular oxidative stress; molecular mechanisms used by cellular pathways that sense and signal redox imbalances within the cell - lab
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Paul Soloway
Epigenetic regulatory mechanisms in mammals; Chromatin changes associated with neuropathy using single cell analyses - lab
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Holger Sondermann
Structural biology; cell signaling; biochemistry; biophysics - lab
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Melissa Warden
Motivated behavior, reward, decisions, neural circuits, neuromodulators, prefrontal cortex, optogenetics, imaging, neurophysiology - lab
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Gary R. Whittaker

Entry of viruses into host cells; receptor binding; cleavage-activation of membrane fusion, focusing on structure-function analysis of human and avian - lab

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Chris Xu
Biomedical imaging and fiber optics - lab