Neuroscience Core Faculty

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Ansari, Daniel - Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience of Number Processing
Bai, Donglin - Glutametergic/GABA receptor physiology
Brown, Arthur - Neural development and axonal guidance
Cain, Donald Peter - Neural Plasticity, Learning and Memory
Cechetto, David - Forebrain Control of the Autonomic Nervous System & Stroke
Ciriello, John - Central Mechanisms in the Control of Blood Pressure
Coolen, Lique - The neurobiology of motivation and reward
Corneil, Brian - Neural mechanisms of eye-head gaze shifts
Culham, Jody - fMRI of visuomotor control and perception
Dekaban, Greg - Anti-inflammatory and Gene Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury
Doherty, Timothy - Human neuromuscular physiology in health and disease
Everling, Stefan - The role of frontal cortex in decision making.
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Garland, S. Jayne - Human Motor Control
Goodale, Melvyn - Neural Substrates of Visually Guided Movements
Gribble, Paul - Human sensory-motor control; motor learning; computational models
Hampson, Elizabeth - Neural and Hormonal Mechanisms in Human Cognition
Han, Victor - Growth Factors in Neural Growth and Differentiation
Hore, Jonathan - Cerebellar Control of Movement
Joanisse, Marc - Language acquisition and disorders; connectionist models
Jog, Mandar - Movement Disorders and Neuronal Ensemble Recordings
Jones, Douglas - Central Integration of Cardiovascular and Behavioral Regulation
Kavaliers, Martin - Neuropeptides, Animal Behavior and Environmental Factors
Kiernan, John - Cellular Mechanisms in Neuronal Degeneration and Regeneration
Köhler, Stefan - Human memory; cognitive neuroscience; human brain mapping
• Lanius, Ruth - Post-traumatic stress disorder
Laviolette, Steve - The neurobiology of emotional learning and memory in drug addiction, schizophrenia and autism
Lehman, Michael - Neuroendocrine control of reproduction; circadian rhythms
Leung, Stan - Epilepsy, Neural Rhythms and Neural Plasticity
Lomber, Stephen - Adaptive Neuroplasticity in Visual and Auditory Cortex
MacDougall-Shackleton, Scott - Integrative animal behaviour; seasonal changes in the brain
Martin, Ruth - Brain Mechanisms in Swallowing
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McRae, Ken - Language Comprehension in the Mind and Brain
Meakin, Susan - Mechanisms Regulating Functional Interactions of 'trk' protooncogene
Menon, Ravi - Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Human Brain
Mirsattari, Seyed - Clinical/experimental epilepsy and simultaneous EEG-fMRI/MRS
Mitchell, Derek - Cognitive neuroscience of emotional dysregulation and control
Morton, Bruce - The Development of Cognitive Control and Frontal Cortex Functioning
Mymryk, Joe S. - Studies of viral oncogene function using yeast genetics
Ossenkopp, Peter - Neural Mechanisms of Behavioural Regulatory Processes
Peters, Terry - Image-Guided Neurosurgery
Poulter, Michael - Epilepsy and Depression
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Purcell, David - physiological & perceptual measures of auditory function; auditory feedback in speech maintenance
Rajakumar, Nagalingam - Dopamine neurotransmission in Basal Ganglia Disorders
Rushlow, Walter - Signaling mechanisms schizophrenia and antipsychotics
Rylett, R. Jane - Mechanisms Regulating Cholinergic Neurotransmission
Schmid, Susanne - Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Behaviour and Learning
Sherry, David - Memory and the Hippocampus of Birds
Sims, Stephen - Control of Ionic Channels in Cell Membranes
Singh, Shiva M. - Molecular genetics of schizophrenia and alcoholism
Strong, Michael - Motor Neuron Disease, Neurofilament Metabolism, AL Neurotoxicity
Timney, Brian - Aspects of Binocular Vision
Vilis, Tutis - Transformations for Action. Motor Control of the Eye and Hand
• Williamson, Peter - Functional MRI in Neuropsychiatric Disorders

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