CNUP: Center for Neuroscience

Development/Plasticity/Repair

Kathryn M. Albers
Growth factors and sensory neuron function in pain and nerve injury.
Brian M. Davis
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of central and peripheral nervous system development and plasticity.
Yan Dong
Cellular and circuitry mechanisms underlying pathological neural plasticity
Kirk I. Erickson
Neuroimaging and cognitive studies of age and health.
Kenneth N. Fish
Functional consequences of altered connectivity in schizophrenia; the early secretory pathway’s role in neurodevelopment and synaptogenesis
Omar A. El Gharbawie
Organization of the parietal-frontal network that controls reaching and grasping.
Tija C. Jacob
Regulation of GABAergic inhibition in development and mental disorders
Karl Kandler
Development and plasticity of inhibitory circuits.
H. Richard Koerber
Development, plasticity and pain processing in sensory neurons and in the spinal dorsal horn.
Sandra J. Kuhlman
Influence of cortical inhibitory circuits on sensory development and perceptual learning.
Cynthia Lance-Jones
Motoneuron development and spinal cord patterning.
Laura E. Lillien
CNS stem cells.
Stephen D. Meriney
Regulation and modulation of presynaptic ion channels and transmitter release in healthy and diseased synapses.
Anne-Marie Oswald
Contributions of cortical microcircuit properties to information processing and coding in the olfactory system.
Sarah E. Ross
Functional Organization of Spinal Somatosensory Circuits
Jonathan Rubin
Theoretical and computational modeling of dynamics in neuronal networks.
Maria E. Rubio
Ultrastructure and the chemical nature of the tripartite synapse
Oliver Schluter
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of physiological and pathophysiological synaptic plasticity
Michael B. Steketee
Regenerative medicine approaches to protecting and repairing the retina and the optic nerve.
Dandan Sun
Ion transporters in neurological diseases.
Thanos Tzounopoulos
Molecular, cellular and circuit mechanisms of normal and pathological hearing
Amy K. Wagner
The impact of gender and changes in neurochemistry on rehabilitation and treatment outcomes after traumatic brain injury (TBI).