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Seth Pollak

Seth Pollak

Professor, psychology

Expert on child development, human emotions, child brain and behavioral development; at-risk children and child health; effects of maltreatment, poverty

Jack Nitschke

Jack Nitschke

Associate professor, psychiatry and psychology

Expert on anxiety, depression and neuroscience of emotion

Morton Gernsbacher

Morton Gernsbacher

Professor and research professor, psychology

Expert on cognitive neuroscience, psycholinguistics, autism spectrum conditions and disability advocacy

Grace Boekhoff-Falk

Grace Boekhoff-Falk

Associate professor, anatomy

Expert in cell biology and genetics of animal development; development and evolution of limbs and neural tissues

Peter Lalley

Peter Lalley

Emeritus professor, physiology

Expert in brain and spinal cord control of respiration; autonomic nervous system; neurotransmitters and control of respiration, effects of ageing on respiratory nervous system.

Michelle Ciucci

Michelle Ciucci

Assistant professor, communicative disorders, surgery-otolaryngology, Neuroscience Training Program

Neuroscientist and speech-language pathologist, neural control of movement for voice and swallowing disorders, expertise on Parkinson disease

Robert Thorne

Robert Thorne

Assistant professor, pharmaceutical sciences, Center for Neuroscience, Neuroscience Training Program

Expert on drug delivery to the brain and spinal cord, the blood-brain barrier and novel treatment strategies for neurological disorders

Xuelin  Lou

Xuelin Lou

Assistant professor, physiology

Expert on molecular and cellular neuroscience: synapses and neural circuits

Bas Rokers

Bas Rokers

Assistant professor, psychology

Expert on the neuroscience of visual perception and disorders of the visual system.

Craig Berridge

Craig Berridge

Professor, psychology; member, Neuroscience Training Program

Expert on neuropharmacology and behavioral neuroscience

Mathew Jones

Mathew Jones

Associate professor, neuroscience

Expert on mechanisms of electrical communication in the brain.