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Todd Braver, PhD

Studies of cognitive (executive) control and prefrontal cortex function using cognitive neuroscience methods (fMRI, computational, behavioral, clinical)

Michale R. Brent, PhD

Systems biology, transcriptional regulatory networks, network interference, yeast

Thomas J. Brett, PhD

The molecular basis of lung diseases and drug development using structural biology tools

Paul C. Bridgman, PhD

Cell biology of developing nerve and muscle cells

Steven Brody, MD

Cell and molecular mechanisms of airway epithelial cell differentiation and cilia biogenesis

Rita Brookheart, PhD

Obesity, diabetes, skeletal muscle, metabolism, cellular stress response

George J. Broze Jr., MD

Regulation of coagulation, hemostasis

William Buchser, PhD

We and collaborators seek to understand the biological pathway that controls degeneration and regeneration in these important cells.

Philip Budge, MD

This laboratory is devoted to research on filarial nematode parasites that cause important diseases in animals and humans (lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis), mainly in the tropics.

Peter M. J. Burgers, PhD

Molecular Biology of DNA replication and damage response in yeast and human

Andreas H. Burkhalter, PhD

Structure and physiology of neuronal circuits in mouse visual cortex

Thomas P. Burris, PhD

Pharmacology and chemical biology of nuclear receptors.

Harold Burton, PhD

Structure and physiology of neuronal circuits in mouse visual cortex

Meghan C. Campbell, PhD

Research falls within the category of Cognitive and Clinical Neuropsychology, with emphasis on the cognitive and behavioral sequelae associated with movement disorders, particularly Parkinson disease and Tourette Syndrome.

Jian Campian, MD, PhD

Immunotherapy, brain tumor, spinal cord tumor, high grade gliomas

Yu-Qing Cao, PhD

Ion channel, migraine, headache, chronic pain, synaptic transmission, neuronal excitability, electrophysiology

Bruce A. Carlson, PhD

We study animal communication, sensory processing, and brain evolution

Alex Carter, MD, PhD

Network plasticity as it pertains to neurorehabilitation, particularly in recovery from stroke

Anil Cashikar, PhD

understanding how oxysterols influence neuroinflammation, synaptic dysfunction and neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease

Daniel Castro, PhD

Understanding the biological and psychological mechanisms of endogenous opioids in affect, motivation, and metabolism.

Valeria Cavalli, PhD

Cellular, Molecular and Epigenetic control of axon regeneration

Shantanu Chakrabartty, PhD

Exploring neuromorphic architectures using silicon and biological neurons; Novel self-powered neural recording systems

Douglas L. Chalker, PhD

Chromatin structure, development, DNA, genome rearrangements, RNA interference, transcription

Grant Challen, PhD

Hematopoietic stem cells, Leukemia stem cells, Epigenetic modifications

Aisling Chaney, PhD

pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases, inflammation, CNS immune responses, myeloid cell responses

Aadel A. Chaudhuri, MD, PhD

Liquid biopsy cancer detection

Feng Chen, PhD

genetic determinants and pathogenic mechanisms of urogenital diseases with the goal of improving diagnostic and therapeutic strategies targeting these diseases

Hong Chen, PhD

Combines biology, engineering, and medicine to develop ultrasound techniques for noninvasive, targeted, and personalized cancer treatment

Shiming Chen, PhD

Gene expression regulation, transcription factors, epigenetic regulators, photoreceptor development and degeneration, mouse models, gene therapy

Shiming Chen, PhD

Molecular mechanisms regulating photoreceptor gene expression in healthy and diseased retinas

Yao Chen, PhD

Understanding the function of neuromodulators and sleep through the spatiotemporal dynamics of molecular signals

Zhou-Feng Chen, PhD

Behavior, itch, pain, sensory systems, skin, spinal cord

Wayland W. L. Cheng, MD, PhD

I am interested in the structure and function of neuronal ligand-gated ion channels, and the mechanism of channel modulation by endogenous lipids or exogenous drugs such as general anesthetics.

Milan G. Chheda, MD

Understanding epigenetic and genetic mechanisms governing the cancer stem cell state

ShiNung Ching, PhD

The interface between systems and control engineering, neuroscience and neural medicine

Jaebok Choi, PhD

Understanding T cells and immunoregulatory networks in GvHD and GvL for the treatment of hematopoietic malignancies

Kyunghee Choi, PhD

Cell fate, transcription factors, hematopoiesis, vascular, development, regeneration, stem cells, angiogenesis, tumor

Matthew A. Ciorba, MD

Tryptophan metabolism, intestinal inflammation, colitis associated cancer, colon cancer, mucositis, tryptophan, crohn, colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, radiation enteritis

John R. Cirrito, PhD

Alzheimer’s disease, drug and target discovery, endocytosis, in vivo microdialysis, synaptic transmission

Roberto Civitelli, MD

Bone biology, cell adhesion, signal transduction, gap junctions, cadherin

Brian Clark, PhD

Analysis of the temporally regulated program of retinal cell type specification

Barak A. Cohen, PhD

Systems biology, enhancers and gene regulatory networks, non-coding genetic variation, computational biology, genomics, quantitative genetics, thermodynamics

F. Sessions Cole, MD

Functional genomics, bioinformatics, pulmonary surfactant, lung development

Jonathan Cooper, PhD

Batten Disease, Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis, NCL, Lysosomal Storage Disease, pathogenesis, pre-clinical therapies, enzyme replacement, gene therapy

Megan A. Cooper, MD, PhD

NK cells, interferon gamma IFN-y, autoimmunity, STAT3, immunology, pediatric

Bryan Copits, PhD

Somatosensory circuit assembly and dynamics

Maurizio Corbetta, MD

Neurological Rehabilitation Stroke Rehabilitation Neurology – Adult Brain Injury Rehabilitation Stroke Cerebrovascular Disease

Joseph C. Corbo, MD, PhD

Neurobiology, genomics, transcriptional networks, systems biology, photoreceptors, brain, neuropsychiatric disease, disease, cis-regulation

Meaghan Creed, PhD

I have focused on the role of dopamine (DA) in disorders of the basal ganglia, and circuit-based therapies for these conditions.

Sharon Cresci, MD

Cardiovascular disease, diabetes melitus, genotype, genetic variation