Neuroscience & Behavior
|Jeffrey French, PhD||402.554.2558||Social neuroendocrinology. (For more information, visit the Callitrichid Research Center and Endocrine Bioservices Laboratory.)|
|Suzanne Sollars, PhD||402.554.3981||Sensory neurophysiology and neuroanatomy. Development and neurobiological malleability of the taste system.|
|Rosemary Strasser, PhD||402.554.2705||Behavioral neuroendocrinology; comparative cognition, animal behavior & learning.|
|Ryan Wong, PhD||402.554.4473||Behavioral neurogenomics and neuroendocrinology, neuroethology, behavioral ecology Learn more|
|Bruce Chase, PhD||402.554.2586||Genetic contributions to neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Multiple Sclerosis|
|Max Kurz, PhD||402.559.9599||Biomechanical and neuroimaging (MEG, EEG, ECoG) experiments that are directed at furthering our understanding of how the sensorimotor cortices reach a decision threshold, integrate sensory feedback, produce motor action and consolidate motor memories. Learn more|
|Tony W. Wilson, PhD||402.552.6431||Human neurophysiology, neuroimaging, attention and cognitive disorders, and signal processing. Learn more|
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|Janelle Beadle, PhD||402.554.3811||Cognitive neuroscience of empathy and loneliness, aging, dementia, neuroimaging, neuropsychology, hormonal assessments. Learn more|
|David E. Warren, PhD||402.559.5805||Cognitive neuroscience of human memory, organization of brain networks, neuroimaging, neurostimulation, neuropsychology. Learn more|
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