The formation and growth of the nervous system can be analyzed across many levels, from molecules to behavior. Developmental neuroscientists define patterns in the normal and abnormal maturation of the nervous system and seek to find the factors that govern these underlying processes.
Professor, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Nathan Kline Institute, Neural Science
Research Focus
Infant attachment neurobiology and ontogeny of amygdala-dependent fear learning
Professor, Cell Biology, Skirball Institute (Developmental Genetics)
Research Focus
Pattern formation in the Drosophila visual system
Professor, Radiology, Pathology, Skirball Institute (Structural Biology)
Research Focus
Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Microimaging of transgenic mice
Associate Professor, Psychology
Research Focus
Infant cognition and communication
Associate Professor, Neuroscience & Physiology
Research Focus
Postnatal development of the mammalian nervous system
Professor, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Neuroscience & Physiology, Nathan Kline Institute, Neural Science
Research Focus
Neurobiology of memory and perception, with emphasis on olfaction

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