Research topics in Neuroscience include cellular and developmental neurobiology (Cai, D’Arcangelo, Firestein, Jiang and Schachner), mechanisms of neurodegeneration (Cai), auditory development and function (Davis and Kwan), stem cell biology (Hart, Grumet, Jiang, Kwan) and neurophysiology (Davis, Margolis and Plummer).

Media Name Position Research Interests Research Website
Victoria Abraira Assistant Professor

The Neurons and Circuits of the Somatosensory System

Research Website - Victoria Abraira
Qian Cai Associate Professor

Autophagy-Lysosomal Regulation in Neurodevelopment and Neurodegeneration

Research Website - Qian Cai
Gabriella D'Arcangelo Professor, Vice Chair and Undergraduate Director Molecular mechanisms of mammalian brain development, injury, and neurological disorders
Brian Daniels Assistant Professor

Infection and inflammation in the central nervous system

Research Website - Brian Daniels
Robin Davis Professor

Sensory signaling and ontogeny, as related to molecular mechanisms that regulate auditory function

Bonnie Firestein Professor

Dendrite patterning and synaptogenesis

Research Website - Bonnie Firestein
Martin Grumet Professor

Neural stem cells in development & neurological disorders

Research Website - Martin Grumet
Ronald Hart Professor

Stem cells to study neurogenesis and neural disease

Research Website - Ronald Hart
Rafiq Huda Assistant Professor

Neural circuits for adaptive decisions and their dysfunction in alcohol use disorders

Research Website - Rafiq Huda
Peng Jiang Associate Professor

Stem cells as a model of brain development and disease, stem cell regenerative medicine for neural repair

Research Website - Peng Jiang
Kelvin Kwan Associate Professor

Molecular basis of spiral ganglion neuron regeneration

Research Website - Kelvin Kwan
David Margolis Associate Professor

In vivo imaging of neural circuit plasticity

Research Website - David Margolis
Mark R. Plummer Professor Regulation of synaptic transmission
Melitta Schachner Distinguished Professor Formation of the appropriate connections among nerve cells
Max Tischfield Assistant Professor

Mouse models of human development and disease

Research Website - Max Tischfield
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