Wulfila Gronenberg, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson Rm 422
Neuronal control of complex behavior; multimodal information processing and brain plasticity
Charles M. Higgins, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson Rm 430
Computational neuroscience and bio-inspired engineering
John G. Hildebrand, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson Rm. 603
Functional organization and physiology of the insect olfactory system. Behavior and chemical ecology. Postembryonic, metamorphic development of the olfactory system.
Richard B. Levine, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson Rm 427 and Gittings Rm 114
Development and hormonal regulation of neurons and neural circuits Levine Lab Group
Alan J. Nighorn, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson Rm 626
Neuromodulation in the Olfactory System.
Lynne A. Oland, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson, Rm 624A
Neuron-glia interactions in the development of the nervous system.
Linda L. Restifo, Ph.D.
Professor of Neuroscience, Neurology, and Cell Biology Developmental brain disorders: genetics and drug discovery Genetics of brain development and neuronal plasticity Brain remodeling during metamorphosis
Nicholas J. Strausfeld, Ph.D.
Gould-Simpson Rm 415
Areas of research pursued in my laboratory focus on the function and evolution of brains, with the aim of identifying evolutionarily conserved ground patterns of neuronal organization that variously mediate visual perception, allocentric memory, and the control of behavioral repertoires.
Administration Bldg 6th Floor
Senior Vice President for Research