Research — Neuroscience

(M05 900)

Cross-listed with L41 (Bio) 590

Kari Allen, PhD
3rd Floor North Building
314-747-6572
Paleoanthropology and phylogenetic statistics: comparative analyses of primate craniodental morphology and the evolution of brain size.

Martha Bagnall, PhD
4th floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-9695
Molecular, electrophysiological, and behavioral analyses of neural circuits for vestibular control of spinal function.

Amy Bauernfeind, PhD
3rd Floor North Building
314-747-6566
Biological bases of human cognition; comparative neurobiology of primates.

Azad Bonni, MD, PhD
8th floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3033.
Principles & mechanisms governing assembly & function of neural circuits, deregulation of mechanisms in neurological diseases.

Paul Bridgman, PhD
8th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3449
Cell biology of the developing nervous system.

Andreas Burkhalter, PhD
4th Floor North Building
314-362-4068
Organization and function of neuronal circuits in mouse visual cortex.

Harold Burton, PhD
3rd Floor East McDonnell
314-362-3556
Cortical functional reorganization in response to sensory changes due to unilateral deafness or strabismus.

Valeria Cavalli, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3540
Cellular, molecular and epigentice mechanisms controlling axon regeneration.

Glenn C. Conroy, PhD
3rd Floor North Building
314-362-3397
Paleoanthropology; Geographical Information Systems (GIS).

Krikor Dikranian, MD, PhD
3rd Floor North Building
314-362-3548
Development and morphology of the amyloid plaques in experimental animals, neuropathological changes after head trauma.

James Fitzpatrick, PhD
Basement, McKinley Research Building
314-747-0838
Optical and charged particle multi-scale microscopy application method development.

Harrison Gabel, PhD
8th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3531
Gene regulation in the developing nervous system; molecular mechanisms of neurodevelopmental disorders.

Edward Han, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-747-2505
Learning-related hippocampal network activation.

Timothy E. Holy, PhD
4th Floor North Building
314-314-362-0086
Mammalian pheromones: neural mechanisms of action.

Arthur D. Loewy, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3930
Analysis of brain circuits controlling cardiovascular functions.

Ilya Monosov, MS, PhD
2nd Floor East McDonnell Building
314-362-3740
Neuronal mechanisms of voluntary behavior.

Michael L. Nonet, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-747-1176
Molecular genetic analysis of synaptic development and function.

Karen L. O’Malley, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-7087
Molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative processes. Signaling mechanisms associated with intracellular receptors.

Jane Phillips-Conroy, PhD
3rd Floor North Building
314-362-3396
Behavior, morphology and biology of living primate populations.

Camillo Padoa Schioppa, PhD
3rd Floor East McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3530
Neuronal bases of economic choice and decision making.

Lawrence B. Salkoff, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3644
The roles of ion channels in neuronal long term excitability changes.

Paul J. Shaw, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-2703
Molecular genetics of sleep and circadian rhythms.

Lawrence H. Snyder, MD, PhD
3rd Floor East McDonnell
314-747-3530
Computational and cognitive issues in cortical control of eye and arm movement: electrophysiology and imaging.

Paul H. Taghert, PhD
9th Floor McDonnell Science Building
314-362-3641

I.  Neurobiology of circadian rhythms.
II. Neurobiology of peptidergic neurotransmission.

David C. Van Essen, PhD
2nd Floor East McDonnell
314-362-7043
Organization, function, and development of primate cerebral cortex, especially in humans; generation and utilization of neuroinformatics tools for data mining.