Meet our faculty

This table contains a list of Integrative Neuroscience faculty and their research areas
Faculty Research Areas
Christopher Bishop Neuroplasticity, Parkinson's disease and psychopharmacology
Nicole Cameron Neuroendocrinology, female reproductive function, maternal care, sexual behavior
Anne Barrett Clark Evolution and ecology of behavior; behavioral development and life histories of birds
Terrence Deak Response and adaptation to psychologically stressful events
Marvin Diaz Fetal alcohol, alcoholism, synaptic transmission, emotional processing, anxiety
Patricia M. Di Lorenzo Neurophysiology of the chemical senses
Peter J. Donovick Human neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, biopsychology, gene-environment coaction
Peter C. Gerhardstein Infant visual perception and attention, and their influence on infant memory
Kathleen L. Horwath Comparative and environmental biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, circadian and insect physiology
Sarah Laszlo Computational modeling and human electrophysiology, language comprehension, reading development
Carol I. Miles Neurobiology, development and behavior of insects
Ralph R. Miller Information processing in animals, evolutionary psychology
Vladimir Miskovic Affective neuroscience, emotion-cognition interactions, aversive conditioning, fear and anxiety.
Maria-Teresa Romero Neuroplasticity, transplantation and biological rhythms
Lisa Savage Animal models of memory disorders, psychopharmacology
Linda P. Spear Developmental psychobiology, psychopharmacology
Norman E. Spear Memory processing, developmental psychobiology
Gregory Strauss Schizophrenia; Affective Neuroscience; Emotion-Cognition Interactions; Neuropsychology
Steven Tammariello Signal transduction in mammalian neuron apoptosis; cell cycle regulation in arthropod dormancy
Cyma Van Petten Language processing, focusing on sentence comprehension & the interface between semantic processing & spoken word identification.  Memory, w/ an emphasis on executive processes that contribute to memory and the role of prefrontal cortex.
David Werner Alcohol action, tolerance, addiction, neuropsychiatric disorders, neuroplasticity, neuropharmacology, molecular genetics
David Sloan Wilson Evolutionary biology
   

Last Updated: 12/10/14