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NYU015028New York, NY, USAJing Wang

NYU
【Keywords】Pain(4+11); Environment(4+0); Regulation(0+3); Neuromodulation(1+0); Glutamate(0+1); AMPA receptor(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Brain-Machine Interface(0+1); Stress(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Machine(1+0); PFC(0+1); S1(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+3); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Gene(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】AMPA receptors in pain and anesthesia
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(4); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nathan NovemskyYears: 2018; Recipients: Jones, Corbin D (co-PI) [⬀] Volkan, Pelin CWang, Jing W (co-PI) [⬀] Wang, Jing W (co-PI) [⬀] Wang, Jing W (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Epigenetic Reprogramming of Behaviors With Sensory Experience@ Duke University; Matching Score: 0.928042928Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAida Habtezion

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARiccardo Lattanzi

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(11+2); Engineering(4+1); Planning(3+1); Development(1+1); Body(1+1); Structure(1+0); LTD(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Concept(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Regularization(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(11+5); Behavior(0+1); Computation(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001656Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMerritt Maduke

Stanford
【Keywords】Membrane(6+3); Transporter(4+1); Dynamics(0+5); Ion Channel(2+2); Chloride(4+0); Structure(0+3); Modulation(0+1); Potassium channel(1+0); Disease(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(2+2); Channel(4+0); Ultrasonic(2+1); Electrophysiology(0+2); Model(2+0); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1); PNAS(2); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Anita M. Engh, Gilbert MartinezYears: 2017; Recipients: Baccus, Stephen A (co-PI) [⬀] Butts-Pauly, Kim ButtsKhuri-Yakub, Butrus T (co-PI) [⬀] Maduke, Merritt C; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Broadband Pvdf Membrane Hydrophone Equipment Supplement to R01 Eb019005@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Assoc Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USASusanna Rosi

UCSF
【Keywords】Neuroinflammation(0+9); Injury(0+7); Cognition(0+7); Brain injury(0+3); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Transcription(0+1); CNS(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Aging(0+1); Memory(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+4);
【Research】Brain Injury, Neuroinflammation and Cognitive Function
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWeizhe Hong

UCLA
【Keywords】Social behavior(0+7); Disorder(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Social(0+2); Reproduction(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Machine learning(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Computation(0+2); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USASaket Navlakha

UCSD
【Keywords】Cell fate(0+1); Environment(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+3);
【Research】 Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAViola Störmer

UCSD
【Keywords】Multisensory integration(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPeter M. Narins

UCLA
【Keywords】Auditory(0+2); Sound localization(0+2); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Hair cell(0+1); Reflex(0+1); Signal processing(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Biophysics(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAmy Bastian

JHU
【Keywords】Movement disorder(0+3); Disease(0+2); Learning(0+2); Environment(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Adaptation(0+1); Reaching(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Robot(0+1); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAEmilio Bizzi

MIT
【Keywords】Motor(5+9); Muscle(4+6); Motor control(2+3); Motor learning(2+2); Posture(2+0); Language(0+2); Structure(0+1); CNS(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Vestibular(0+1); Finger(0+1); Execution(1+0); Memory(1+0); Consolidation(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Motor cortex(1+0); Primary motor cortex (M1)(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(5+3); Human(4+1); Rat(0+2); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+4); Model(0+3); Microstimulation(0+2); Computation(1+1); Gene(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Motor Control and Motor Learning; Combination of Motor Primitives
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Brain Research Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Giuseppe Moruzzi, Edward Vaughan EvartsIahn Cajigas, Helene G. Moorman, Christopher G. Atkeson, Max Berniker, Yoky Matsuoka, Joseph McIntyre, Joseph S. Perkell, Jinsook Roh, Javid Sadr, Thomas A. Zeffiro, Jinsook Roh, Tamar Flash, Matthew C. Tresch, Andrea d'Avella, Camillo Padoa-Schioppa, Simon A. Overduin, Alessandro D'Ausilio, Vincent Chi Kwan Cheung, Andrew Garmory Richardson, Rob Ajemian, Simon F. Giszter, Theodore E. Milner, Pietro Morasso, Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi, Reza Shadmehr, Peter Thier, Vincent Chi Kwan Cheung, Vittorio Caggiano, Terence Sanger, Andrea d'Avella, Wasim Q. MalikYears: 2013 — 2014; Recipients: Bizzi, Emilio; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Crcns 2013 Pi Meeting At Massachusetts Institute of Technology@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1027242Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARaymond A Sobel

Stanford
【Keywords】CNS(1+4); Differentiation(3+0); Disease(2+1); Injury(0+3); Sclerosis(2+1); Development(2+0); Neuroinflammation(2+0); Inflammation(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Neuroimmunology(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Environment(0+1); Transplantation(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Body(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(1+1); Model(1+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(9); PNAS(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jeffrey A. GoldenYears: 2003 — 2006; Recipients: Sobel, Raymond A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Failure of Axon Repair in Chronic Ms Lesions@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJesse Gray

Harvard
【Keywords】Transcription(1+3); Olfaction(2+0); Learning(1+1); Fear(2+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Development(0+1); CNS(1+0); Axon(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Navigation(1+0); Inference(0+1); Temperature(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(3+0); Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Gene(3+6); Behavior(2+0); In vivo(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Genomic mechanisms of neuronal activity-regulated transcription and its regulation of neuronal plasticity
【Publications】Nature(2); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Gray, Jesse Michael; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Genomic Mechanisms of Firing Rate Homeostasis@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWilliam H. Yong

UCLA
【Keywords】Pathology(0+3); Tumor(0+3); Neuro-oncology(0+3); Neuromuscular(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALaura Giardi

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(32+5); Pediatric(8+1); Fear(7+2); Neuroimaging(1+1); Anesthesia(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Headache(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Musculoskeletal pain(1+0); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Reconsolidation(0+1); Extinction(0+1); Context(0+1); Decision making(1+0); Social(0+1); Art(1+0); Reward(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3); Neuroscience And Biobehavioral Reviews(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJerome M. Siegel

UCLA
【Keywords】Sleep(0+6); Disorder(0+2); Monoamine(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAYi Cui

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(5+0); Development(2+0); Environment(2+0); Structure(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Body(1+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(3+0); Model(3+0); Virus(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001144Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAMichael Elowitz

CalTech
【Keywords】Regulation(2+3); Differentiation(3+1); Dynamics(3+1); Transcription(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(11+8); Model(1+1); Protein(1+0); Biophysics(0+1); Microscopy(1+0); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics, Biocomputing, Gene Regulation Networks, Variation in Living Cells
【Publications】Nature(9); Science(5); Cell(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
023545Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USASoohyun Lee

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Regulation(3+0); Receptor(3+0); Plasticity(1+1); Development(1+1); Tumor(2+0); Somatosensory(2+0); Barrel cortex(2+0); Motor(2+0); Exploration(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Vision(1+0); Concept(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Protein(3+0); Behavior(0+2); EEG(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Unit on Functional Neural Circuits
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel J. Simons, Karl Kandler, Gord J. Fishell, Bernardo RudyAna R Inacio, Shovan Naskar, Jia QiYears: 2018; Recipients: Lee, Soohyun; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Circuit Mechanisms Underlying Cortical Communications@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 0.904002227
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USASam Pleasure

UCSF
【Keywords】Development(0+8); Cell fate(0+6); Dentate gyrus(0+4); Transcription(0+3); Signaling molecule(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Proliferation(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+7);
【Methods】
【Research】Control of Neural Stem Cell Fate and Migration in the Cortex
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAHolly Ingraham

UCSF
【Keywords】Metabolism(0+3); Hypothalamus(0+3); Food Intake(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Neural Basis for Sex-Differences in Metabolism
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJohn Welsh

UW
【Keywords】Oscillation(0+2); Development(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Developmental Disorder(0+2); Pediatric(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Motor(0+2); Evolutionary(0+2); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+2); Ex vivo(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Whole-cell recording(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALeanne Williams

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(18+1); Disorder(7+11); Depression(10+1); Anxiety(7+3); Schizophrenia(7+0); Amygdala(7+0); Emotion(6+0); Imaging(2+4); Cognition(5+0); Fear(5+0); Stress(4+0); Translation(0+3); Vision(3+0); Face(3+0); Aging(2+0); Trauma(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Neural Circuit(1+1); Attention(0+2); Social(2+0); Neuroimaging(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Structure(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Post-traumatic stress disorder(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Cognitive Control(1+0); Connection(0+1); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); Caudate(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+2);
【Methods】Model(1+5); Behavior(2+3); Gene(1+3); fMRI(2+0); Computation(0+2); MRI(1+0); TMS(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Brain Research Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Danielle C Mathersul, Carlos G Correa, Arielle S KellerYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Williams, Leanne; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 4@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1024791Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADouglas Vollrath

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(3+6); Vision(9+0); Degeneration(3+5); Mutant(4+2); Photoreceptor(1+4); Age-related(2+1); Stress(0+3); Retina(1+1); Form(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Transplantation(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Body(0+1); Circadian(0+1); Temperature(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+3); Mouse(4+2); Rat(2+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); In vivo(1+2); Protein(1+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(8); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Vollrath, Douglas E.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Rpe Energy Metabolism and Cell Phenotype@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADeborah M Gordon

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(5+0); Regulation(4+0); Evolutionary(1+1); Dopamine(1+0); Environment(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Stress(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(16+2); Gene(3+0); Computation(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(2); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Annual Review Of Entomology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John R. GreggMark J F Brown, Nathan J. Sanders, Nicole E. Heller, Megan E. Frederickson, Sevan SuniYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Gordon, Deborah; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Chs: Small: Collaborative Proposal: Understanding and Improving Implicit Coordination in Peer Production Networks@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915010541Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMatthew Anderson

Harvard
【Keywords】Chloride(12+0); Autism(5+5); Epilepsy(4+2); Synapse(3+3); Regulation(5+0); Glutamate(3+1); Mutant(3+0); Membrane(3+0); Disease(1+2); VTA(1+2); Receptor(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(2+0); Seizure(2+0); Development(1+1); Disorder(0+2); Infection(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Temporal lobe(2+0); Cytokine(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glial cell(1+0); Glia(0+1); Trafficking(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Angelman(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Sense(1+0); Vocalization(0+1); Social(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); CA2(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+2); Human(2+2);
【Methods】Gene(5+9); Channel(6+1); Protein(3+2); Behavior(0+4); Virus(3+0); Electrophysiology(0+3); Model(1+1); In vivo(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); MRI(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Molecular and Circuit Defects Underlying Human Genetic Forms of Autism and Epilepsy
【Publications】Cell(2); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Umberto De Girolami, Jeffrey A. GoldenYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Anderson, Matthew P; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Vta Vglut2 Sociability Circuit in Genetic Autism@ Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Matching Score: 0.922007731Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAYimin Zou

UCSD
【Keywords】Synapse formation(0+3); Developmental Disorder(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Axon guidance(0+2); Axon(0+2); Spinal Cord Injury(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Epilepsy(0+1); Axon growth(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Neural circuit remodeling(0+1); Disease(0+1); Autism(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Sense(0+1); Motor(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALi Gan

UCSF
【Keywords】Microglia(0+5); Glia(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Aging(0+2); Development(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Disease(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+6); Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and Molecular Pathways in Neurodegeneration
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMark Albers

Harvard
【Keywords】Olfaction(10+2); Alzheimer's disease(5+0); Neural Circuit(0+4); Axon(3+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+2); Sense(3+0); Imaging(1+2); Disease(1+1); Dysfunction(2+0); Aging(0+2); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Vision(2+0); Connection(0+2); Transgenic(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Down Syndrome(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Motor(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+3); Human(1+3);
【Methods】Model(4+1); Gene(0+2); In vivo(1+1); Protein(0+1); In vitro(0+1); fMRI(1+0); PET(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems/Molecular Approaches to Elucidate Mechanisms that Cause Neurodegenerative Disease; Develop/Validate Novel Therapeutic Approaches
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAWonjae Lee

Stanford
【Keywords】Differentiation(1+0); Axon(1+0); Infection(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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Columbia006008New York, NY, USARafael Yuste

Columbia
【Keywords】Spine(10+0); Dendrite(7+0); Imaging(5+2); Microcircuit(0+3); Dynamics(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Membrane(2+0); Genetically modify(0+1); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(1+0); Perception(0+1); Form(1+0); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Memory(0+1); Language(0+1); Morphology(1+0); Music(0+1); Optical(0+1); Machine(0+1); Connectomics(1+0); CA1(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(1+2); Anatomy(1+1); Theory(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Brain Imaging; Theoretical Neuroscience; Synapses and Circuits; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(7); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(3); Review(3); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Sydney Brenner, Lawrence C. Katz, Torsten Wiesel, Winfried Denk, David W. TankDmitriy Aronov, Laura M. McGarry, Gloster B. Aaron, Sydney S. Cash, Lili-Naz Hazrati, Sila Ultanir, Anna Katarzyna Majewska, Ania K. Majewska, Ayumu Tashiro, Areti Tsiola, Jesse H. Goldberg, Sila Konur, Yuji Ikegaya, Volodymyr Nikolenko, Brendon Omar Watson, Adam Max Packer, Tanya Sippy, Michael Beierlein, Joshua Craig Brumberg, Luis Carrillo-Reid, Wei Gan, Jordan P. Hamm, Hajime Hirase, Huibert D. Mansvelder, Alan R. Woodruff, Jae-Eun Kang Miller, James Kozloski, Rosa Cossart, Carlos Portera-Cailliau, Jason Neil MacLean, Mutsuo Nuriya, Tim Vogels, Roberto Araya, Taekyung KwonAnatoly BuchinYears: 2018; Recipients: Yuste, Rafael; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Crcns: Modeling the Ophysiology of Dendritic Spines@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939030769Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMatthew Smuck

Stanford
【Keywords】Spine(34+0); Pain(16+0); Steroid(6+0); Disease(1+1); Disorder(2+0); Gait(2+0); Exercise(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Development(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Deformity(1+0); APP(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Spinal Cord Injury(1+0); Nociception(1+0); Methodology(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001453Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALei Stanley Qi

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Adam P. ArkinYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Cai, Long [⬀] Qi, Lei Stanley; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Hi-Resolution Dynamic Imaging of Chromosomes in Single Cells by Combined Crispr Imaging and Sequential Fish@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.944Assist Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAScott Young

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Environment(7+0); Knockout(0+4); Social(0+4); CA2(0+4); Hippocampus(1+2); Receptor(0+2); Spine(2+0); Memory(0+2); Aggression(0+2); Paraventricular nucleus(0+2); Transporter(1+0); Regulation(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Object(0+1); Pain(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Social memory(0+1); Fear(0+1); Imaging(1+0); CA1(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+5); Human(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(2+0); Histochemistry(1+0); MRI(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Section on Neural Gene Expression
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Christopher Parker006184
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJamshid Ghajar

Stanford
【Keywords】Brain injury(7+0); Neurology(5+0); Trauma(1+3); Vision(4+0); Development(2+0); Attention(2+0); Sleep(2+0); Disorder(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Aging(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Exercise(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+2); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAClete A Kushida

Stanford
【Keywords】Sleep(29+4); Therapy(3+0); Cognition(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Structure(1+0); Disease(1+0); Movement disorder(0+1); Depth(1+0); Memory(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Sleep Medicine Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPeter Tass

Stanford
【Keywords】Plasticity(2+0); Axon(2+0); Dendrite(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Frequency(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Disease(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Entrainment(1+0); Chaos(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】DBS(3+0); Computation(2+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(2); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(2); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStan Schein

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASui Wang

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(11+2); Retina(6+3); Cell fate(6+2); Differentiation(6+0); Disease(0+3); Vision(3+0); Photoreceptor(3+0); Transcription(1+1); Embryo(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Form(2+0); Vesicle(1+0); Glia(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); APP(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(6+2); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(6); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000609Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAChristopher Fetsch

JHU
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Sense(0+2); Decision making(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Vision(0+1); Object(0+1); Self-motion(0+1); Face(0+1); Vestibular(0+1); Multisensory(0+1); Multisensory perception(0+1); Planning(0+1); Reasoning(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+2); Human(0+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAGustav Akk

WUSTL
【Keywords】Receptor(5+2); Ion Channel(0+3); Modulation(1+1); Ligand gated ion channel(0+2); Membrane(0+2); GABA(1+0); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Embryo(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Xenopus(0+1);
【Methods】Pharmacology(4+0); Channel(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Function and modulation of transmitter-gated ion channels
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Anthony AuerbachSampurna ChakrabartiYears: 2014 — 2019; Recipients: Akk, Gustav; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Synergistic Actions of Intravenous Anesthetics@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJulian Whitelegge

UCLA
【Keywords】Peptide(0+1); Membrane(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIAID??Bethesda, MD, USABibiana Bielekova

NIH-NIAID
【Keywords】Disease(6+6); Sclerosis(9+0); CNS(0+5); Therapy(2+2); Development(1+1); Inflammation(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Transplantation(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Injury(0+1); Body(1+0); Finger(1+0); Cardiovascular(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Neuroimmunological Diseases Section
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAVijay Sharma

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(20+0); Imaging(1+6); Disease(1+5); Cognition(4+0); Development(0+3); Structure(2+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+1); Cardiovascular(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Tumor(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); Gene(0+1); PET(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Design and Development of Small Organics and Metalloprobes for Radiological Molecular Imaging in Biomedical Science
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
014937Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAEd Lein 

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Microcircuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+8); Primate(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Anatomy(0+2); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJin Hyung Lee

Stanford
【Keywords】Environment(3+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wesley Charles SmithYears: 2018 — 2023; Recipients: Chichilnisky, EduardoGanguli, Surya (co-PI) [⬀] Lee, Jin HyungMcclelland, James (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Nrt: Neurotech - Bringing Technology to Neuroscience@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1.009001304Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADenson G. Fujikawa

UCLA
【Keywords】Neurology(0+4); Epilepsy(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAZheng Li

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Structure(3+2); Synapse(0+5); Schizophrenia(0+4); Cognition(2+2); Regulation(3+0); Plasticity(0+3); LTD(0+3); Development(0+3); Vision(3+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Disease(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Injury(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Depression(0+1); Depth(1+0); Form(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Machine learning(1+0); Optical imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hollis Cline, Morgan ShengYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Li, Zheng; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Characterizing the Function of Mirnas in Neural Development, Synaptic Plasticity and Schizophrenia.@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 1001515
NYU015028New York, NY, USAEric Simon

NYU
【Keywords】Receptor(0+12); Regulation(0+2); Language(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Structure(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0); Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Neuropeptides and their receptors
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kenneth CarrYears: 2004; Recipients: Simon, Eric J; Code: R13; Title/Keywords: 35th Annual International Narcotics Research Conference@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1003317Emeritus
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAWilliam Bialek

Princeton
【Keywords】Vision(14+0); Neural codes(14+0); Dynamics(12+0); Learning(6+2); Adaptation(6+0); Auditory(6+0); Sense(5+0); Perception(3+2); Signal processing(4+0); Regulation(3+0); Structure(3+0); Neural network(3+0); Development(0+2); Contrast(2+0); Timing(2+0); Language(0+2); Evolutionary(0+2); Oscillation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Visual motion(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Motor(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Attention(1+0); Inference(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Bayesian(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(4+0); Human(2+0); Macaque(1+0); Monkey(1+0); Bird(1+0); Songbird(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(13+0); Model(13+0); Theory(7+5); Protein(7+0); Behavior(4+2); Gene(4+0); Statistics(2+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Biophysics(1+0); Psychophysics(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Theory and Computation
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(6); Cell(6); Neuron(7); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Physical Review(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alan J. Bearden, Hero Piet Wit, Frank Wilczek, Anthony ZeeGreg S. Corrado, Seth Bruder, William Bruno, Denis Chigirev, Michael Robert DeWeese, Leonid Kruglyak, Yuan Sophie Liu, Fred Rieke, Daniel Ruderman, Spiros Skourtis, Steven Strong, David K. Warland, Michael C. Crair, Nicholas D. Socci, Marc Potters, Ilya Mark Nemenman, Thomas Gregor, Gasper Tkacik, Dario Amodei, Julien Dubuis, Steven Hamed Hassani, Dmitry Krotov, Mikhail Tikhonov, Ji Hyun Bak, Thomas Adelman, Adrienne Fairhall, Kamesh Krishnamurthy, Zili Liu, Jonathan Miller, Katherine Moortgat, Thierry Mora, Stephanie E. Palmer, Elad Schneidman, Tatyana Sharpee, Greg Stephens, Susanne Still, Aleksandra Walczak, Wulfram Gerstner, Audrey Sederberg, Gordon BermanYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Bialek, WilliamMurthy, Mala [⬀] Pillow, Jonathan William (co-PI) [⬀] Shaevitz, Joshua W (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Dissecting Sensorimotor Pathways Underlying Social Interactions: Models, Circuits, and Behavior@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1025349Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAYisong Yue

CalTech
【Keywords】Learning(3+4); Machine learning(4+3); Retrieval(4+1); Artificial intelligence(1+3); Object(1+0); Speech(1+0); Reasoning(0+1); Exploration(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Theory(1+2); Model(2+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Theory and application of statistical machine learning, artificial intelligence
【Publications】NIPS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002762Assist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJ

UW
【Keywords】Aging(0+10); Development(0+4); Transgenic(0+2); Vesicle(0+2); Transcription(0+2); Differentiation(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Adhesion(0+2); Disease(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); APP(0+2); Abeta(0+2); Tau(0+2); Sense(0+2); Stress(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+16); Channel(0+2); Biochemistry(0+2); In vivo(0+2); Microscopy(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARona Giffard

Stanford
【Keywords】Stroke(4+6); Ischemia(7+1); Injury(3+3); Mitochondria(1+3); Inflammation(1+3); Regulation(1+2); Neurogenesis(2+1); Disease(2+1); Brain injury(1+2); Stress(0+3); Transgenic(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Glia(0+1); Astrocyte(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Trauma(0+1); Energy metabolism(0+1); Dentate gyrus(1+0); Cornu ammonis(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+2); Rodent(0+1); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(2+0); In vitro(2+0); Computation(1+1); Model(0+2); Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); Cell culture(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(3); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
James A. SpudichCreed StaryYears: 2013 — 2017; Recipients: Giffard, Rona G; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Stress Proteins in Brain Cell Injury@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAndrew Gordus PHD

JHU
【Keywords】Environment(0+6); Neural Circuit(0+2); Innate behavior(0+2); Development(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Memory(0+1); Path integration(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); Gene(0+4); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAJosh McDermott

MIT
【Keywords】Auditory(1+3); Machine(0+4); Music(1+2); Cognition(0+2); Perception(1+1); Structure(1+0); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Speech(1+0); Emotion(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Model(0+2); Statistics(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Computational Audition
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nancy Kanwisher, Geoffrey E. Hinton, Edward H. Adelson, Andrew J. Oxenham, Eero P. SimoncelliSara F. Popham, Malinda J. McPherson, Sam Victor Norman-Haignere, Alex J E KellYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Mcdermott, Josh H; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Auditory Scene Analysis With Complex Sounds@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAJoshua Tenenbaum

MIT
【Keywords】Cognition(10+0); Learning(3+3); Inference(4+1); Structure(4+0); Bayesian(3+1); Semantic(3+0); Concept(2+1); Machine(1+1); Perception(0+1); Vision(1+0); Multisensory perception(1+0); Planning(1+0); Intention(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Language(1+0); Syntax(1+0); Reasoning(1+0); Inductive learning(1+0); Generative model(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】Model(7+1); Behavior(2+2); Computation(1+3); Theory(0+2); Statistics(1+1); Mathematics(0+1); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(5); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(3);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael J. Tarr, Roger Newland Shepard, Whitman RichardsRonnie E. Bryan, Jessica B. Hamrick, Michael B Chang, Chris L. Baker, Steven T. Piantadosi, Julian Jara-Ettinger, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Sean Dae Houlihan, Sarah Schwettmann, Nicolas Davidenko, Thomas L. Griffiths, Charles Kemp, Michael C. Frank, Sam J. Gershman, Frank Jäkel, Patrick Shafto, Ilker Yildirim, Konrad P. Kording, Noah D. Goodman, Peter W. BattagliaYears: 2012 — 2017; Recipients: Tenenbaum, Joshua; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Nri-Large: Collaborative Research: Purposeful Prediction: Co-Robot Interaction Via Understanding Intent and Goals@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1046347Prof.
NIH-NIEHS??Bethesda, MD, USAPatricia Jensen

NIH-NIEHS
【Keywords】Development(4+3); Disorder(0+3); Cognition(1+2); Psychiatry(2+0); 5-HT(1+0); GABA(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Autism(0+1); Depression(0+1); Hair cell(1+0); Memory(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Stress(1+0); PFC(0+1); CA2(1+0); Basal forebrain(1+0); Locus coeruleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+2);
【Methods】Gene(4+3); In vivo(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel Goldowitz, Susan M. DymeckiNatale R. Sciolino
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMaria Lehtinen

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(11+6); Disease(2+2); Regulation(2+1); Receptor(0+3); Neurogenesis(2+0); Proliferation(2+0); Differentiation(2+0); Embryo(0+2); Pain(2+0); Stress(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Neurotrophin(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Sodium channel(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Epilepsy(1+0); Glia(0+1); Cell cycle(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Autism(0+1); Aging(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Retina(1+0); Body(1+0); Migraine(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Oral motor(1+0); Memory(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(4+0); Zebrafish(2+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Computation(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Mechanisms of brain development, with a focus on the choroid plexus-cerebrospinal fluid system
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Azad Bonni, Chris A. WalshMark W. Springel002931Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAStefan Heller

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(6+0); Sense(2+2); Hair cell(3+1); Regeneration(2+1); Embryo(2+1); Adhesion(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Structure(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Transplantation(0+1); Muscle(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(10+2); Mouse(5+0); Human(3+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hermann Rohrer, A. James HudspethAnthony W. Peng, Byron H. HartmanYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Heller, Stefan; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Response of Cochlear Hair Cells to Pathological Changes in the Auditory System@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAColeen Murphy

Princeton
【Keywords】Aging(20+13); Regulation(8+0); Disease(5+0); Age-related(3+1); Development(2+1); Learning and memory(3+0); Receptor(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Motor(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Mating(1+0); Entrainment(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(20+8); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(7+7); Biochemistry(3+0); Model(1+2); In vitro(0+1); Microarray(0+1); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Cell(7); Curr Biol.(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
James A. Spudich, Cynthia KenyonAmanda L. Kauffman, Shijing Luo, Rachel Nicole Arey, Gunnar A. Kleemann, Vanisha Lakhina, Mohammad Rahimi, Nicole Templeman, Airon A. Wills, Thomas Heimbucher, Rachel Kaletsky2015 — 2018; Recipients: Murphy, Coleen Tara; Code: DP1; Title/Keywords: Toward the Tissue-Ome: a Map of the C. Elegans Cell-Specific Transcriptome@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1006671Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USATakaki Komiyama

UCSD
【Keywords】Imaging(0+3); Sense(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Sensory experience(0+1); Microcircuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); In vivo(0+2); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAArthur Karlin

Columbia
【Keywords】Acetylcholine receptor(18+1); Structure(6+3); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(6+1); Potassium channel(6+0); Membrane(1+2); Ion Channel(1+1); NMDA receptor(1+0); Muscle(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(10+3); Biochemistry(3+0); Model(1+2); Protein(1+0); Theory(1+0); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Biochemistry/Biophysics/Systems Biology/Receptors/Ion Channels/Transporters;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); Neuron(4);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Philip Siekevitz, David NachmansohnMyles H. Akabas, David Cowburn, Cynthia Czajkowski, Jonathan A. Javitch, Yong Yu, Mark G. McNameeYears: 2007 — 2014; Recipients: Karlin, ArthurMarx, Steven O; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Bk Channel Modulation by Beta Subunits@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1014363Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAKevin Ochsner

Columbia
【Keywords】Emotion(18+10); Cognition(18+0); Social(8+4); Regulation(9+0); Cognitive neuroscience(5+0); Social cognition(1+3); Imaging(1+2); Neuroimaging(3+0); Amygdala(3+0); Schizophrenia(2+0); Context(1+1); Cognitive Control(2+0); Social behavior(0+2); PFC(2+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Memory(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Inference(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Reinforcement learning(1+0); mPFC(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); fMRI(3+0); Model(2+1);
【Research】Brain Imaging ; Neural bases of emotion, self-control and social behavior ; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience ; Models of Psychiatric Disorders ;
【Publications】Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Marie T. Banich, Stephen Kosslyn, Daniel Schacter, John D.E. Gabrieli, Daniel T. Gilbert, James GrossRebecca Elise Balter, Richard B. Lopez, Chukwudi A. Onyemekwu, Sonja Schmer-Galunder, Jochen Weber, Sam J. Gershman, Brent L. Hughes, Matthew L. Davidson, Peter E. Mende-Siedlecki, Erik Christopher Nook, Catherine Insel, Jamil Zaki, Rebecca E. Martin, Jenny M. Porter, Joshua Ian Davis, Hedy Kober, Bryan T. Denny, Jennifer A. Silvers, Noga Cohen, Kim Montgomery, Ajay B. Satpute, Nasir H. Naqvi, Laura Martin Braunstein, Ethan F. Kross, Andreas OlssonLisa Feldman BarrettYears: 2004; Recipients: Ochsner, Kevin; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Social Cognitive Neuroscience Preconference For Spsp, January 2004@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 0.915035679Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJosef Parvizi

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(6+0); Vision(4+0); Face perception(3+0); Oscillation(2+0); Neurology(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Rhythm(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Memory(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Language(1+0); Speech(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Connection(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); OFC(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); V1(1+0); Superior temporal gyrus(1+0); Piriform cortex(1+0); Fusiform gyrus(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(22+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】Electrical stimulation(7+0); Electrophysiology(2+0); MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0); ECoG(1+0); EEG(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(5); JNS(2); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(4); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary Van Hoesen, Antonio Damasio, Jerome Engel Jr, Antonio Damasio, Humberto MaturanaAaron Daniel Boes, Vinitha N. Rangarajan, Sandra Gattas, Kapil Gururangan, Amy L. Daitch, Aaron Kucyi, Jennifer Yih, Kieran C.R. Fox, Brett L. FosterJames Mac Shine, Daniel L. KimmelYears: 2018; Recipients: Parvizi, Josef; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 1: Cortical Dynamics of Top-Down Control in Visual Active Sensing@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.954006987Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHakwan Lau

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAQiufu Ma

Harvard
【Keywords】Pain(3+3); HIV(3+0); Neural Circuit(0+3); Sense(0+3); Itch(1+2); Plasticity(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Development(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Environment(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Touch(0+1); Timing(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Imaging(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Protein(1+0);
【Research】The coding of pain versus itch
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvey R. Herschman, David J. AndersonTaralyn M. Tan, Xiangyu Ren, Kunxun Fish Qian, Shan Lou, Bo Duan, Leping ChengYears: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Ma, Qiufu; Code: P01; Title/Keywords: Runxl Targets and Modulators in Manifestation of Chronic Pain@ Dana-Farber Cancer Inst; Matching Score: 0.909Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USARalph Adolphs

CalTech
【Keywords】Emotion(7+1); Amygdala(8+0); Cognition(6+0); Cognitive neuroscience(4+0); Social(4+0); Vision(1+2); Social cognition(3+0); Knowledge(2+0); Fear(2+0); Neurology(0+1); Autism(1+0); Face(1+0); Somatosensory(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Concept(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); PFC(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+2);
【Research】Decision, Behavior, Vision, Neurophysiology, Psychophysics
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(2); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Annual Review Of Psychology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark Konishi, Antonio DamasioSophia Yang, David Alexander Kahn, Shabnam Hakimi, Song Qi, Julie M. Gottselig, Andrea S. Heberlein, Christopher K. Kovach, Jessica R. Escobedo, Jonathan Harel, Ronnie E. Bryan, Shuo Wang, Zhongzheng (Brooks) Fu, Daniel P. Kennedy, Naotsugu Tsuchiya, Damian Alexander Stanley, Shuo WangDavid Rudrauf, Shuo Wang, Joseph Piven, Ueli RutishauserYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Adolphs, Ralph; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Neurodatarr: Predicting Intelligence From Resting-State Fmri: Parcellation, Pipelines and Models@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1053674Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnne Brunet

Stanford
【Keywords】Aging(11+5); Transcription(8+2); Regulation(2+2); Metabolism(3+1); Development(2+0); Reprogramming(2+0); Disease(2+0); Self-renewal(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); Environment(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Muscle(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(7+2); C. elegans(5+1); Human(0+1); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+5); Protein(4+0); Model(1+2);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Cell(7); Nature Neuroscience(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jacques Pouysségur, Michael E. GreenbergAndrew McKay, Robin Yeo, Matthew Buckley, Lucy Xu, G. Adam Reeves, Saul A. Villeda, Eric L. Greer, Max Banko, Victoria Rafalski, Elizabeth Pollina, Dena Leeman, Bethany Schaffer, Shuo Han, Jana Lim, Aaron Daugherty, Ben Dulken, Chi-Kuo Hu, Lauren N. Booth, Salah Mahmoudi, Param Priya Singh, Xiaoai Zhao, Claire Bedbrook, Ravi Nath, Dervis Salih, Dario Valenzano, Ashley E. Webb, Travis Maures, Duygu Ucar, Elena Mancini, Katja Hebestreit, Berenice Benayoun, Itamar HarelYears: 2018; Recipients: Brunet, AnneKingsley, David M (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Genetics and Developmental Biology Training Program@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1036352Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMatt Wilson

MIT
【Keywords】Hippocampus(1+3); Sleep(1+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Planning(0+1); Memory Consolidation(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); PFC(0+1); Cingulate cortex(0+1); Thalamus(0+1); VTA(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALaurence Tecott

UCSF
【Keywords】5-HT(0+9); Receptor(0+6); Regulation(0+4); Disorder(0+2); Depression(0+2); Reward(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Attention(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+10); Gene(0+6); Model(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Molecular Genetic Analysis of Behavioral Traits
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAllyson Rosen

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(6+0); Disease(5+0); Neurology(3+0); Aging(2+0); Pain(2+0); Memory(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Tau(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Headache(1+0); Learning(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Reasoning(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Frontal lobe(1+0); Basal forebrain(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(4+0); Behavior(1+0); fMRI(1+0); PET(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Communications(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2005 — 2009; Recipients: Rosen, Allyson C; Code: K01; Title/Keywords: Fmri and Tms Analysis of Frontal Lobes in Aging@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958004228Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALaraine Zappert

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAVincent P. Ferrera

Columbia
New York, NY, USA
【Keywords】FEF(5+0); Attention(1+3); Reward(0+3); Caudate(2+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Face(0+1); Context(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Categorization(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(3+0); Non-human primate(2+0); Human(2+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hugh R. Wilson, Stephen G. Lisberger, John HR MaunsellMarianna Yanike, Ioan Opris, Puiu  F. Balan, Franco PestilliCaitlin E. ShureYears: 2018; Recipients: Ferrera, Vincent PTerrace, Herbert S. (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Implicit Serial Learning in Monkeys and Humans@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABenjamin M. Wu

UCLA
【Keywords】Engineering(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USADimitrios Kapogiannis

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(12+0); Disease(10+0); Vesicle(5+1); Cognition(5+0); Metabolism(2+3); Neurology(4+0); Memory(4+0); Disorder(1+2); Alzheimer's(3+0); Brain injury(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Development(0+2); Pathology(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Tau(2+0); Biomarker(0+2); Glutamate(1+0); GABA(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Vulnerability(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); HIV(1+0); Infection(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Motor(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Energy metabolism(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Model(2+0); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Theory(1+0); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003103
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAMichael J. O'Donovan

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(12+0); Psychiatry(11+0); Development(4+1); Embryo(4+0); Motor(4+0); Depression(3+0); Disorder(2+0); Muscle(2+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(7+0); Model(3+0); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】Developmental Neurobiology Section
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Brain Research Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Patrick J. Whelan, Dvir Blivis, Gal Haspel, Vatsala ThirumalaiYears: 2007 — 2018; Recipients: O'donovan, Michael; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Rhythmicity in the Spinal Cord@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.915007591
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGery Schulteis

UCSD
【Keywords】Drugs of Abuse(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Opioids(0+1); Drug tolerance(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Pain(0+1); Reward(0+1); Autonomic(0+1); Respiratory(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaZheng Ye

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(9+2); Cognition(2+7); Comprehension(7+0); Cognitive Control(1+4); Semantic(5+0); Language(4+0); Neural network(4+0); Structure(3+0); Executive function(0+3); Reward(3+0); 5-HT(2+0); Dysfunction(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Executive control(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Neuroimaging(2+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Neuromodulation(0+1); Monoamine(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Translation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disease(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Body(0+1); Vestibular(1+0); Motor(0+1); Planning(0+1); Speech(1+0); Reasoning(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1); Subthalamic nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); fMRI(3+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Cognitive Control
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001212Investigator
NIH-NHGRI??Bethesda, MD, USAWilliam James Pavan

NIH-NHGRI
【Keywords】Disease(6+0); Differentiation(3+0); Mutant(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Stem Cell(3+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+0); Model(6+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMeaghan Creed

WUSTL
【Keywords】Cocaine(6+0); Therapy(2+3); Nucleus accumbens(4+0); Dopamine(1+2); Disorder(0+3); Reward(3+0); Basal ganglia(0+3); VTA(3+0); Plasticity(2+0); Dopamine neuron(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Disease(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Addiction(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Ventral pallidum(2+0); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); GABA(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Motor(0+1); Learning(1+0);
【Models】Rat(5+0); Rodent(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】DBS(8+4); Behavior(7+1); Model(4+0); Optogenetics(3+0); Pharmacology(1+1); Gene(1+0);
【Research】I have focused on the role of dopamine (DA) in disorders of the basal ganglia, and circuit-based therapies for these conditions.
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); Nature Methods(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jose N. NobregaJason AlipioYears: 2018; Recipients: Creed, Meaghan C.; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: A Novel Deep Brain Stimulation Protocol to Prevent Relapse Driven by Negative Reinforcement@ University of Maryland Baltimore; Matching Score: 0.964000635Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPaul E. Micevych

UCLA
【Keywords】Regulation(0+3); Glial cell(0+2); Neuroprotection(0+2); Modulation(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Dopamine neuron(0+1); CNS(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Pain(0+1); Sexual behavior(0+1); Steroid(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAStephen Strittmatter

Yale
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Alzheimer's disease(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Plasticity(0+2); Axon(0+2); Injury(0+2); Connection(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Alzheimer Disease; Axons; Dementia; Spinal Cord Injuries; Motor Neuron Disease; Regenerative Medicine.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaMin Xu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Modulation(3+3); Sleep(3+2); Neural Circuit(0+4); Basal forebrain(3+1); Vision(2+1); Hypothalamus(1+2); Timing(2+0); PFC(2+0); Knockin(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Environment(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Aging(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Perception(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Attention(0+1); Circadian(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Thalamus(1+0); Thalamic reticular nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); In vivo(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Modulation of Neural Circuits & Behavior
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(1); JNS(1); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Xu, Min; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Rui: Cell Growth Laws and Quantitative Microscopy For Cancer Aggressiveness Imaging@ Fairfield University; Matching Score: 0.951001063Investigator
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAHenry D. I. Abarbanel

UCSD
【Keywords】Vocalization(0+1); Machine learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NEI??Bethesda, MD, USAWai T. Wong

NIH-NEI
【Keywords】Microglia(6+6); Degeneration(9+1); Age-related(7+3); Retina(7+2); Disease(3+5); Vision(5+1); Regulation(4+0); Dendrite(3+0); Pathogenesis(0+3); Aging(2+1); Neurotransmitter(2+0); Therapy(1+1); Neuroinflammation(0+2); Photoreceptor(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Structure(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Development(1+0); Environment(1+0); CNS(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Synapse formation(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Color(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Learning(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Motivation(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0); Rodent(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); Gene(2+0); Ex vivo(1+1); Model(1+1); Protein(1+0); In vitro(0+1); Microscopy(1+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】Unit on Neuron-glia Interactions in Retinal Disease
【Publications】eLife(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rachel WongMatthew K. Zabel006320
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJohn Huguenard

Stanford
【Keywords】Synchrony(5+2); Epilepsy(6+1); Oscillation(4+1); Receptor(0+4); Thalamus(2+2); Regulation(2+1); AMPA receptor(2+1); Development(2+1); Pluripotent stem cells(3+0); Connection(1+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Differentiation(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Injury(1+1); Mutant(0+1); Knockout(0+1); Knockin(0+1); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(0+1); 5-HT(1+0); GABA(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Microcircuit(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Social(1+0); Sleep(0+1); Thalamic reticular nucleus(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0); Stem Cell(6+0); Rat(4+0); Mouse(1+2);
【Methods】Model(4+3); Gene(0+3); Pharmacology(0+2); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); Nature Methods(3); eLife(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wilkie Wilson, David A. Prince, Bradley E. AlgerRudolf Peter Faust, Matthew T. Kaufman, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Astra Shamgar Bryant, Alberto Bacci, Huong Ha, Christine Lee, Jordan Sorokin, Daniel Ulrich, Darrell Michael Porcello, Vikaas Singh Sohal, Allyson Alexander, Mark P. Beenhakker, Julia Brill, Brielle Ferguson, P. Michelle Fogerson, Carson Alexis Goddard, Carolyn J. Lacey, Chris Makinson, Jeanne T Paz, Austin Reese, Qian-Quan Sun, Daniel Ulrich, Tanya Weerakkody, Chris Dulla, C Alex Goddard, Christopher M. Stern, Matt Borat Abramian, Charles L. Cox, Sanjay S. Kumar, Molly M. Huntsman, Anita E. Bandrowski, Hiroaki Tani, Sally KimRussell Fernald, David A. McCormick, Rong MaoYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Huguenard, John R; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Interrogation of Voltage Gated Sodium Channel Specialization Using Synthetic Saxitoxin@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1019240Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADaniel H.S. Silverman

UCLA
【Keywords】Imaging(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJames B. Skeath

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(4+1); Membrane(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Synapse(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(3+1);
【Methods】Gene(1+1); Protein(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Genetic analysis of neural and muscular development in the Drosophila embryo
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USACharles Greer

Yale
【Keywords】Sense(0+3); Olfaction(0+3); Dendrite(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Aging(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】Central Nervous System; Neuroglia; Neurons; Nose; Gene Expression Profiling.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAOrrin Devinsky

NYU
【Keywords】Epilepsy(1+5); Seizure(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Sense(0+1); Depth(0+1); Motor(0+1); Language(0+1); Category(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】ECoG(0+1); EEG(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Epilepsy and seizure disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARodolfo Llinas

NYU
【Keywords】Synapse(2+1); Oscillation(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Calcium channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Dendrite(1+0); Disease(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Concept(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Thalamus(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】In vitro(6+1); Electrophysiology(5+2); MEG(1+1); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Intrinsic properties of neurons
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2);
【Reviews】Physiological Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
065060Prof.
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USALei Shi

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Dopamine(8+0); Receptor(8+0); Structure(5+0); Neurotransmitter(4+0); Transporter(4+0); D2 receptor(3+0); Dynamics(3+0); Signal transduction(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Cocaine(1+0); Form(1+0); S2(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(3+0); Computation(0+2); Protein(1+0); Biophysics(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Computational Chemistry and Molecular Biophysics Unit
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yang Dan, Thomas L. GriffithsYears: 2018; Recipients: Shi, Lei; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Structural Basis For the Functions of Dopamine Receptors, Neurotransmitter Transporters, and Sigma 1 Receptor@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 0.91009114
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAnn Marie Schmidt

NYU
【Keywords】Receptor(4+0); Disease(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Aging(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】RAGE involvement in diabetes and Alzheimer's disease
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAHong Chen

WUSTL
【Keywords】Therapy(0+2); Tumor(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Development(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Model(2+0); In vivo(1+0); Ex vivo(1+0); Ultrasonic(1+0);
【Research】Combines biology, engineering, and medicine to develop ultrasound techniques for noninvasive, targeted, and personalized cancer treatment
【Publications】
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kinuko SuzukiAssist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARobert A. Rissman

UCSD
【Keywords】Biomarker(0+4); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAFlora Vaccarino

Yale
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Differentiation(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Glia(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+8); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Central Nervous System Diseases; Mice, Inbred Strains; Mice, Transgenic; Neuroanatomy; Neurosciences; Patients; Regeneration; Developmental Biology; Living Donors; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAChris Diorio

UW
【Keywords】Learning(0+6); Synaptic Plasticity(0+3); Environment(0+3);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+3);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAHarrison W. Gabel

WUSTL
【Keywords】MeCP2(6+3); Development(3+1); Rett Syndrome(2+2); Disease(0+3); Neural Circuit(3+0); Regulation(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Body(2+0); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(0+1); APP(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(7+0); Human(1+2); Mouse(0+1); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(9+3); Protein(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Exploration of functions for neuron-specific regulators of gene expression, leveraging genes and mechanisms implicated in human neurologic disease to point us toward critical pathways in the brain.
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(3); Cell(3); Neuron(1); JNS(2); Nature structural & molecular biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary Ruvkun, Michael E. GreenbergYears: 2019; Recipients: Gabel, Harrison W; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Epigenetic Regulation in Nervous System Development@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.957004031Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADaniel Weinberger MD

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Cognition(0+5); Disorder(0+4); Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Schizophrenia(0+3); Neuroimaging(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+8); Model(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGordon Li

Stanford
【Keywords】Tumor(5+3); Receptor(3+0); Neuro-oncology(3+0); Development(2+0); Self-renewal(2+0); Disease(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Peptide(1+0); Microglia(1+0); CNS(1+0); Spine(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Vestibular(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+0); Virus(1+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Review(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003365Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAHoward Chizeck

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+8); Adaptation(0+4); Touch(0+4); Finger(0+4); Brain-Computer Interface(0+4); Engineering(0+4);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+4); Electrical stimulation(0+4); DBS(0+4); Theory(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAlan Gelperin

Princeton
【Keywords】Memory(0+28); Learning(0+24); Olfaction(7+12); Neurogenesis(0+18); Dynamics(0+8); Connection(0+6); Receptor(2+2); Long-term memory(0+4); Imaging(0+4); Olfactory bulb(3+0); Membrane(0+2); Vesicle(0+2); Oscillation(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Perception(2+0); Form(0+2); Motor(0+2); Associative learning(0+2); Aversive(0+2); Glutamate(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Human(1+2); Zebrafish(0+2); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(0+14); Gene(0+8); Protein(0+6); Computation(1+2); LFP(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Cell(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Vincent G. DethierSanford M. Simon, Monte Westerfield, Michael S. King, Barbara S. Beltz, Kerry R. Delaney, Christie Sahley, Terrence J. Sejnowski, Jing W. Wang, Dmitry Rinberg, David W. TankYears: 2002 — 2005; Recipients: Gelperin, AlanTeeter, JohnRawson, Nancy [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Acquisition of a Confocal Microscope For Research in the Chemical Senses@ Monell Chemical Senses Center; Matching Score: 1Other
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMichael Landy

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(16+2); Perception(3+1); Decision making(2+0); Environment(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Sense(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Depth(1+0); Depth perception(1+0); Motor(1+0); Motor control(1+0); Planning(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(4+0); Theory(3+0); Computation(2+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Visual perception and the visual control of action
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
George SperlingLanya T. Cai, Jerad Fields, Gizem Kucukoglu, Hörmet T. Yiltiz, Sophie Wuerger, Richard F. Murray, S. Sabina Wolfson, Ipek Oruc, Sarah M. Shuwairi, John F. Ackermann, Todd E. Hudson, Julia Trommershäuser, Ahna C. Girshick, Luke E. Hallum, Pascal Mamassian, Paul A. Warren, Toni P. Saarela, Peng SunMartin Banks, Barbara Anne Dosher, Eero P. Simoncelli, Sergei GepshteinYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Landy, Michael S; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Core Grant: Visual Displays Module@ New York University; Matching Score: 1010227Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USATheodore Leng

Stanford
【Keywords】Retina(17+2); Imaging(15+3); Vision(9+1); Optical(7+1); Degeneration(3+2); Therapy(3+1); Learning(3+1); Membrane(3+0); Age-related(3+0); Face(3+0); Synapse(2+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0); Spectral(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(1+2); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(2+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001787Assist Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAJohn P. O'Doherty

CalTech
【Keywords】OFC(6+0); Reward(4+1); Taste(2+1); Learning(2+1); Neuroimaging(2+1); Pain(2+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Sense(1+0); Face(1+0); Olfaction(0+1); Associative learning(0+1); Neurolinguistics(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Autonomic(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Reinforcement learning(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(9+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Computation(1+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Decision, Behavior, Neuroscience
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(3); JNS(2); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edmund Rolls, Ray J. DolanSigne Bray, Jaron  T. Colas, Song Qi, Alan N. Hampton, Tom Schonberg, Klaus Wunderlich, Daniel McNamee, Jan Glascher, Ryan K. Jessup, Hackjin Kim, Seung Lark Lim, Omar  David Perez, Shinsuke Suzuki, Saori Tanaka, Vivian Valentin, Shih-Wei Wu, Damian Alexander Stanley, Kiyohito Iigaya, Elizabeth Tricomi, Vikram S. Chib, Sang Wan Lee, Sven ColletteHilke PlassmannYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: O'doherty, John P; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 1 - the Neurobiology of Social Decision-Making: Social Inference and Context@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1044698Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKim Bullock

Stanford
【Keywords】Disorder(4+2); Therapy(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Body(0+1); Pain(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Aggression(1+0); Methodology(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); EEG(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAJoshua Shaevitz

Princeton
【Keywords】Optical(5+2); Structure(2+2); Body(2+2); Adhesion(3+0); Dynamics(3+0); Transcription(2+0); Stress(1+1); Membrane(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Object(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(5+3); Model(3+1); Protein(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(4);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven M. BlockGordon BermanYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Bialek, William (co-PI) [⬀] Murthy, Mala [⬀] Pillow, Jonathan William (co-PI) [⬀] Shaevitz, Joshua W; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Dissecting Sensorimotor Pathways Underlying Social Interactions: Models, Circuits, and Behavior@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1004679Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoshua T. Trachtenberg

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Consolidation(0+1); Art(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARichard J Reimer

Stanford
【Keywords】Transporter(4+7); Disease(3+8); Neurotransmitter(0+6); Glutamate(4+1); Disorder(0+5); Membrane(1+3); Imaging(3+1); Vesicle(1+1); Epilepsy(1+1); Development(2+0); Metabolism(1+1); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); GABA(0+1); GABAA receptor(1+0); Glia(0+1); CNS(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+1); Pharmacology(1+2); Gene(0+2); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(3); JNS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert H. EdwardsHiroaki TaniYears: 2007 — 2010; Recipients: Reimer, Richard J; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Pathophysiology of Lysosomal Free Sialic Acid Storage Disorders@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAyse Pinar Saygin

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAZhaozhu Qiu

JHU
【Keywords】Regulation(0+3); Disease(0+3); Ion Channel(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Body(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKate M. Wassum

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJulie Harris

UW
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Vision(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Structure(0+1); Axon(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+5);
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Gene(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USAHuaibin Cai

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】LRRK2(6+2); Parkinson's disease(4+1); Transcription(4+0); Alzheimer's disease(4+0); Mutant(2+1); Receptor(3+0); Degeneration(2+1); Alpha-synuclein(0+3); Motor Neuron(2+1); Transgenic(1+1); Regulation(2+0); Dopamine(2+0); Neurodegenerative disease(2+0); Vulnerability(2+0); Tau(2+0); Stress(2+0); VTA(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disease(-1+2); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Depression(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Motor(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(12+3); Human(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Protein(6+0); Model(4+2); Microarray(0+2); Channel(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Randall R. Reed, Donald  L. Price, Philip C. WongHsue-Cheng Chiang, Hoon Shim, Loukia Parisiadou007370
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USASusan Voglmaier

UCSF
【Keywords】Vesicle(0+16); Neurotransmitter(0+6); Transporter(0+4); Neurotransmitter release(0+4); Development(0+4); Trafficking(0+4); Glutamate(0+3); Vesicle recycling(0+3); Synapse(0+3); Imaging(0+3); Optical(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Receptor(0+2); Membrane(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Signaling molecule(0+1); Modulation(0+1); GABA(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Emotion(0+1); PFC(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+8); Behavior(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Vesicle Trafficking and Neurotransmitter Release
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMark S. Sands

WUSTL
【Keywords】Therapy(12+7); Disease(5+6); Transplantation(2+3); Pathology(5+0); Metabolism(1+2); CNS(0+2); Cognition(1+1); Genetically modify(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Motor(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(11+6); Human(6+2); Mouse(6+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(12+3); Model(7+2); Virus(2+1); In vivo(2+1); Protein(1+1); Ex vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Pathophysiology and novel therapies for lysosomal storage diseases
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Adarsh Reddy, Megan A. Griffey, August A. Hofling, Anthony Donsante, Josh C. Woloszynek, Shannon L. Macauley-Rambach, Jacqueline A. Hawkins, Charles ShyngYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Sands, Mark S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Next Generation Treatment For Krabbe Disease@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1008166Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMark Bothwell

UW
【Keywords】Membrane(0+1); Disorder(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USACarolyn Rodriguez

Stanford
【Keywords】Disorder(23+0); Psychiatry(20+0); Receptor(3+0); NMDA receptor(3+0); Concept(3+0); 5-HT(2+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); GABA(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); CNS(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Vision(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Timing(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); S2(1+0); LIP(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(3+0); Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002251Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABruce L. Kagan

UCLA
【Keywords】Pathogenesis(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Biophysics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USATobias Meyer

Stanford
【Keywords】Membrane(5+0); CA2(4+0); Signal transduction(2+1); Stress(2+1); Development(0+2); Proliferation(0+2); Differentiation(2+0); Decoding(2+0); Receptor(0+1); NMDA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Vesicle fusion(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Cell migration(1+0); Axon(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Muscle(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(7+1); Gene(1+1); Microscopy(0+2); Model(1+1); Biophysics(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(2); Cell(8); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1); eLife(4);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Elena OanceaYears: 2018; Recipients: Meyer, Tobias; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: Cell Signaling and Cell Decisions@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.97025506Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANicholas Ouellette

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(4+1); Dynamics(4+1); Chaos(3+0); Anesthesia(2+0); Environment(1+1); Consciousness(1+0); Signal processing(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Bird(1+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); EEG(2+0); Model(1+1); Simulation(1+1); Mathematics(0+1); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(11);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002473Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMayssa H. Mokalled

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(12+0); Regeneration(6+2); Transcription(5+0); Differentiation(4+0); Muscle(3+0); Regulation(1+0); Gap junction(1+0); Neurogenesis(0+1); APP(1+0); Injury(0+1); Tumor(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(2+3); Mouse(0+2); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of neural regeneration using zebrafish and mouse model systems
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000678Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMartina Wiedau-Pazos

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAStephen Tapscott

UW
【Keywords】Structure(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Transcription(0+2); Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+8); Protein(0+3); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMichael W. Kalichman

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USARichard J. Youle

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Mitochondria(7+6); Development(3+1); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Membrane(1+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Form(1+1); Stress(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Aging(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Biochemistry Section
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(4); Curr Biol.(2); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Review(4); Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
062934
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMark Ansorge

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(5+11); 5-HT(6+9); Emotion(4+4); Disorder(1+4); Psychiatric disorder(0+5); Transporter(2+2); mPFC(2+2); Environment(0+3); Anxiety(0+3); Depression(0+3); Cognition(2+1); Structure(0+2); Disease(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Inhibitory control(2+0); PFC(0+2); Hippocampus(0+2); Raphe(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Dopamine(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Causality(0+1); Aggression(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(1+4); Gene(0+4); Model(0+3); Anatomy(0+2); Optogenetics(1+1); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Anne C KrokAssist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USALloyd A. Greene

Columbia
【Keywords】Receptor(3+4); Parkinson's disease(6+0); Cell line(2+1); Mutant(2+0); Neurotrophin(2+0); Dopamine(2+0); Peptide(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Proliferation(1+1); Neuronal differentiation(1+1); Signal transduction(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Acetylcholine(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Tumor(0+1); Memory(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+1); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+1); Protein(2+0); Gene(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Cell Specification and Differentiation; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Synapses and Circuits; Treatment of Brain Tumors;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(6); Neuron(2); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
043574Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJohn Serences

UCSD
【Keywords】Sense(0+5); Perception(0+4); Cognition(0+2); Environment(0+1); Form(0+1); Object(0+1); Memory(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Working memory(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Psychophysics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMichale Fee

MIT
【Keywords】Motor(4+0); Dynamics(4+0); Basal ganglia(4+0); Olfaction(2+0); Temperature(2+0); Reinforcement learning(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Form(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Optical(0+1); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Songbird(10+2); Bird(0+2); Human(0+1); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+2);
【Research】The research in the Fee Lab has two main themes:
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(3); Neuron(1); JNS(3); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven Chu, David KleinfeldTimothy A. Currier, Anthony Leonardo, Joseph R Scherrer, Michael Stetner, Galen F. Lynch, Emily L. Mackevicius, Andrew H. Bahle, Aaron Samuel Andalman, Dmitriy Aronov, Lena Veit, Tatsuo Okubo, Jesse H. Goldberg, Richard H.R. Hahnloser, Alexay Kozhevnikov, Anusha Narayan, Nader Nikbakht, Bence P. Olveczky, Timothy J. Gardner, Michael A. Long, Liora LasWinfried Denk, Ila R. Fiete, Dezhe Jin, Richard D. MooneyYears: 2013 — 2017; Recipients: Fee, Michale S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuronal Mechanisms of Motor Exploration and the Emergence of Structured Behavior@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1008630Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAClemens Cabernard

UW
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Microcephaly(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+7); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Developmental Neurobiology; Disorders of the Nervous System; and Invertebrate Neurobiology.
Cabernard Lab
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAItzhak Fried

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAArturo Alvarez-Buylla

UCSF
【Keywords】Olfaction(0+4); Olfactory bulb(0+4); Neurogenesis(0+3); Development(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Axon(0+1); Vision(0+1); Pain(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+4); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Birth and Migration of New Neurons
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMarisa Roberto

UCSD
【Keywords】Alcohol(0+8); Drugs of Abuse(0+6); Neuropeptide(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Synapse(0+3); GABA(0+2); Development(0+2); Drug dependence(0+2); Stress(0+2); Amygdala(0+2); Structure(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Neuroinflammation(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Cocaine(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Opioids(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Connection(0+1); PFC(0+1); Central nucleus(0+1); Stria terminalis(0+1); Bed nucleus(0+1); VTA(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKarunesh Ganguly

UCSF
【Keywords】Motor(0+4); Oscillation(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Injury(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Neuroprosthetics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neuroprosthetics, motor rehabilitation, and plasticity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJohn Carlson

Yale
【Keywords】Receptor(0+6); Disease(0+2); Olfaction(0+2); Taste(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+2); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Computation(0+1); Algorithm(0+1);
【Research】Arthropod Vectors; Drosophila; Smell; Taste.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMark Mooseker

Yale
【Keywords】Motor(0+4); Membrane(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Channel(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USACarlos Lois

CalTech
【Keywords】Transgenic(2+1); Development(2+1); Dendrite(3+0); Synapse(1+2); Olfaction(3+0); Olfactory bulb(3+0); Neurogenesis(2+0); Vision(2+0); Learning(1+1); Glia(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(10+0); Songbird(1+1); Mouse(1+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Gene(2+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neuronal Circuits, Synapses, Brain Connectivity
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); PLoS Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Arturo Alvarez-Buylla, David BaltimoreChristian T. Wentz, Chia-Wei Lin, Benjamin Scott, Wolfgang Kelsch, Bo Wang, Sanjay MagaviYears: 2019; Recipients: Lois, CarlosProber, David Aaron [⬀] ; Code: R34; Title/Keywords: A Genetically Encoded Method to Trace Neuronal Circuits in the Zebrafish Brain@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1011819Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAHelen Blair Simpson

Columbia
【Keywords】Disorder(19+4); Psychiatry(14+1); Anxiety(4+3); Therapy(6+0); Depression(4+0); 5-HT(3+0); Cognition(1+2); Reward(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Tau(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Impulse Control Disorder(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Spatial learning(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); MRI(0+1); fMRI(0+1); TMS(1+0);
【Research】Anxiety disorders; OCD;
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008186Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAPietro De Camilli

Yale
【Keywords】Membrane(0+14); Synapse(0+3); Disease(0+3); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Alzheimer Disease; Cell Membrane; Cell Biology; Endocytosis; Neurosciences; Parkinson Disease; Synapses; Lipid Metabolism.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USADean Mobbs

CalTech
【Keywords】Social(0+3); Emotion(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Social, Computational and Affective Neuroscience; Neuroecology and Neurophilosophy
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Allan Reiss, Ray J. Dolan, Chris FrithXin Sui, Oriel FeldmanHall, Moos Peeters, Song QiYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Mobbs, Dean; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 3 - the Neurobiology of Social Decision-Making: Social Inference and Context@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.901Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAChristine Ann Denny

Columbia
【Keywords】Memory(4+6); Disease(5+1); Neurogenesis(5+0); Fear(5+0); Hippocampus(4+1); Psychiatry(3+0); Development(2+0); Depression(2+0); Learning and memory(0+2); Exploration(2+0); Dentate gyrus(1+1); CA3(1+1); Amygdala(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Axon(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Huntington's disease(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor(1+0); Retrieval(0+1); Context(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Encoding(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(7+4); Human(2+1); Rodent(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(8+2); Model(2+2); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Disease; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Stem Cell Biology ;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(5); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas N. Seyfried, René HenJosephine McGowanYears: 2013 — 2017; Recipients: Denny, Christine Ann; Code: DP5; Title/Keywords: Optogenetic Dissection of Hippocampal Circuitry Underlying Alzheimers Disease@ New York State Psychiatric Institute; Matching Score: 1.009001520Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKara Flavin

Stanford
【Keywords】Autonomic(2+0); Stroke(0+1); Injury(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKristina Nielsen

JHU
【Keywords】Vision(0+15); Object recognition(0+3); Neural Circuit(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Visual cortex(0+2); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Form(0+1); Color(0+1); Object(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Psychophysics(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USATalia Konkle

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(31+1); Object(22+1); Long-term memory(8+0); Memory(5+0); Visual memory(4+0); Working memory(4+0); Category(3+0); Cognition(1+1); Perception(2+0); Form(2+0); Visual motion(2+0); Touch(2+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(1+0); Object perception(1+0); Context(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive and neural architecture of high-level vision
【Publications】JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard Ivry, Christopher I. Moore, Aude Oliva, Alfonso CaramazzaJacob S Prince, Bria L. Long, Caterina Magri, Emilie Josephs, Leyla Tarhan, Daniel Janini, Jeongho Park, Arturo DezaYears: 2013 — 2015; Recipients: Konkle, Talia; Code: F32; Title/Keywords: The Role of Animacy and Size in the Neural Organization of Object Knowledge@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 1002896Assist Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAYogita Chudasama

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Cognition(2+3); Hippocampus(4+0); Modulation(3+0); Vision(3+0); PFC(3+0); Dysfunction(0+2); Attention(2+0); Decision making(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Executive function(1+1); Reward(2+0); mPFC(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Mutant(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Structure(0+1); Translation(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Social(0+1); Emotion(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Appetitive(1+0); Fear(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Methodology(0+1); OFC(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Basal forebrain(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+3); Rat(4+0); Monkey(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+5); Model(2+0); Gene(1+0); Tracing(1+0);
【Research】Section on Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】JNS(9);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Elisabeth A. Murray, Trevor W. RobbinsJudy A. PrasadEdward Nesbitt Wilson
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABruce Teter

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USADmitry Rinberg

NYU
【Keywords】Olfaction(12+0); Perception(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); APP(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Sense(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Sensory information processing in the behaving animal
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hanan Davidowitz, Alan GelperinSasha Devore, Matt C. Smear, Rodney Philip O'Connor, Roman ShustermanThomas Bozza, Itamar Kahn, David A. Markowitz, Yevgeniy Borisovich SirotinYears: 2018; Recipients: Babadi, Behtash (co-PI) [⬀] Chialvo, Dante RFellin, TommasoHisted, Mark HKanold, Patrick O (co-PI) [⬀] Losert, Wolfgang (co-PI) [⬀] Maunsell, John Hr [⬀] Panzeri, Stefano Vt (co-PI) [⬀] Plenz, Dietmar (co-PI) [⬀] Rinberg, DmitryShoham, Shy (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Readout and Control of Spatiotemporal Neuronal Codes For Behavior@ University of Chicago; Matching Score: 0.954001671Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJaime Grutzendler

Yale
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Disease(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Microglia(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Blood flow(0+1); Cerebrovascular(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); Microscopy(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Alzheimer Disease; Astrocytes; Axons; Blood-Brain Barrier; Capillaries; Cerebrovascular Circulation; Microscopy; Nerve Fibers, Myelinated; Neuronal Plasticity; Regional Blood Flow; Microglia; Neurodegenerative Diseases; Pericytes.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAYuriy Kirichok

UCSF
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+8); CA2(0+6); Membrane(0+5); Regulation(0+4); Mitochondria(0+4); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Aging(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Chloride(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Electrical Signaling at the Mitochondrion in Health and Disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHong M. Wu

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USADa-Ting Lin

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Imaging(5+2); Dopamine(2+0); Dysfunction(1+1); Cocaine(2+0); Receptor(1+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(1+0); Addiction(0+1); Vision(1+0); Social(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Optical(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); V1(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(4+2); In vitro(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Computation(0+1); Model(1+0); Data analysis(0+1);
【Research】Neural Engineering Unit
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard L. HuganirCraig T. Werner, Wen Zhang
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJohn Scott

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+4); Regulation(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMimi Shirasu-Hiza

Columbia
【Keywords】Circadian(3+7); Disease(0+8); Regulation(2+3); Rhythm(2+2); Dynamics(4+0); Development(2+1); Fragile X(3+0); Circadian clock(3+0); Sleep(1+2); Metabolism(1+2); Pathology(0+2); Infection(2+0); Oscillation(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Cell cycle(1+0); Mitochondria(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Huntington's(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(13+1); Xenopus(5+0); C. elegans(2+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Model(2+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neurogenetics; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience; Circadian-regulated metabolism; Glial development and pathology; Sleep; Mitochondria biology and disease;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(10); Curr Biol.(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001319Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAndrea A. Chiba

UCSD
【Keywords】Attention(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Modulation(0+1); Spatial attention(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Associative learning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Basal forebrain(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABabak Razavi

Stanford
【Keywords】Spectral(2+0); Dynamics(2+0);
【Models】
【Methods】EEG(7+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary D. PaigeKapil GururanganAssist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAPeter Detwiler

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+6); Vision(0+4); Receptor(0+2); Perception(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Optical(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaYi-Feng Zhang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Retina(2+5); Neural Circuit(0+5); Vision(0+5); Form(0+3); Development(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Grasp(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Retinal Neural Circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); JNS(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles S. Zuker, Markus Meister001222Investigator
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAJehoshua Bruck

CalTech
【Keywords】Encoding(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(7+1); Protein(1+0); Computation(1+0); Mathematics(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Information and Biology
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
018604Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALudo Max 

UW
【Keywords】Speech(0+20); Motor control(0+11); Adaptation(0+2); Form(0+2); Auditory(0+2); Voluntary Movement(0+2); Brain-Computer Interface(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+2);
【Research】Brain-Computer Interfaces; Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Computational Neuroscience; Developmental Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USADylan Gee

Yale
【Keywords】Development(0+6); Disorder(0+2); Environment(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Early-life stress(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USATina Hernandez-Boussard

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(7+0); Cell line(3+0); Tumor(3+0); Machine learning(2+0); Environment(1+0); Spine(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Analgesics(1+0); Language(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+0); Microarray(6+0); Computation(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013690Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USABiyu Jade He

NYU
【Keywords】Perception(2+0); Vision(2+0); Dynamics(1+1); Neural dynamics(2+0); Cognition(1+0); Consciousness(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); ECoG(1+0);
【Research】Large-scale brain dynamics underlying human cognition
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(3); eLife(2); Cerebral Cortex(1); Nature Human Behaviour(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003541Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAHey-Kyoung Lee

JHU
【Keywords】Synaptic Plasticity(0+5); LTP(0+3); LTD(0+3); Sense(0+3); Vision(0+3); Memory(0+3); Synapse(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Structure(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Social(0+1); Homeostatic(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAlex Kolodkin

JHU
【Keywords】Receptor(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Morphology(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Axon(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Retina(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAScott Lambert

Stanford
【Keywords】Pediatric(6+0); Vision(2+2); Inflammation(2+0); Steroid(2+0); Therapy(1+0); Posture(1+0); Muscle(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAAlex Dranovsky

Columbia
【Keywords】Stress(3+2); Neurogenesis(3+0); Hippocampus(1+2); Regulation(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Transplantation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); HPA axis(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(1+14); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Gene(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Synapses and Circuits; Stem Cell Biology; Neurobiology of Disease;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); Neuron(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mary Youssef, Esther S. Kim, Qingyuan Meng, Greer Kirshenbaum, Miriam Navarro-Sobrino, Rebecca M. ShanskyYears: 2007 — 2011; Recipients: Dranovsky, Alex; Code: K08; Title/Keywords: The Contribution of Adult-Born Neurons to Hippocampal Structure and Connectivity.@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAEllen Kuhl

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(10+1); Development(4+1); Structure(2+1); Axon(3+0); Disease(1+1); Form(0+2); Biomechanics(2+0); White matter(2+0); Environment(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Spinal Cord Injury(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Adaptation(0+1); Stress(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Model(13+3); Computation(10+1); Biophysics(2+1); Behavior(3+0); Theory(1+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Kuhl, Ellen; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Understanding Neurodegeneration Across the Scales@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1008615Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAdrienne Fairhall

UW
【Keywords】Dynamics(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Motor control(0+2); Memory(0+2); Learning(0+2);
【Models】Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+4); Computation(0+2); Mathematics(0+2);
【Research】Computational neuroscience

Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAShih-Chun Lin MD,

JHU
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKaren J Parker

Stanford
【Keywords】Autism(12+2); Social(7+7); Stress(12+1); Development(8+1); Disorder(5+1); Psychiatry(6+0); Anxiety(4+0); Depression(3+0); Hormone(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Neuropeptide(0+2); Receptor(2+0); Plasticity(2+0); Disease(2+0); Vulnerability(2+0); Developmental Disorder(2+0); Biomarker(2+0); Social cognition(0+2); Emotion(2+0); Social behavior(1+1); Neuroendocrine(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); ACTH(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Aging(1+0); Tumor(0+1); Pediatric(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Face(1+0); Consolidation(1+0); Concept(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(7+5); Primate(4+1); Non-human primate(2+1); Human(1+1); Marmoset(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(8+2); Model(3+1); Gene(2+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Theresa M. Lee, David LyonsJesus E. Madrid, Dean Carson, Joshua A. Herrington, Ozge Oztan, Valentina Sclafani, Catherine Talbot, Debra S. KarhsonYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Hardan, Antonio Youssef (co-PI) [⬀] Parker, Karen J.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Intranasal Vasopressin Treatment in Children With Autism@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1004870Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAnitha Pasupathy

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+6); Sense(0+2); Perception(0+2); Object(0+2); Reaching(0+2);
【Models】Monkey(0+2); Primate(0+2);
【Methods】Computation(0+7); Behavior(0+5); Model(0+2);
【Research】Sensory systems; Computational Neuro; Behavioral Neuro
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMichael Hughes

WUSTL
【Keywords】Circadian(10+1); Rhythm(8+1); Circadian clock(4+1); Muscle(2+2); Biological rhythms(4+0); Metabolism(3+0); Transcription(2+0); Dendrite(2+0); Disease(1+1); Peptide(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Social(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(4+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+4); Behavior(2+0); Bioinformatics(1+1); Algorithm(2+0);
【Research】Our laboratory uses functional genomics to understand tissue specific gene expression in circadian rhythms, skeletal muscle, and lung disease
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2); Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003341Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASteve Chang

Yale
【Keywords】Social(0+10); Social behavior(0+5); PFC(0+3); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Social cognition(0+1); Reward(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Single-unit recording(0+1);
【Research】Amygdala; Neuropharmacology; Neurophysiology; Social Behavior; Prefrontal Cortex; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKym F. Faull

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Psychiatry(0+2); Metabolism(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+3); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJeffrey Rothstein MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Transporter(0+13); Glutamate(0+8); Regulation(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Trafficking(0+2); Membrane(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USADaniel Samuel Pine

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Anxiety(10+6); Emotion(4+7); Development(3+7); Disorder(4+5); Psychiatry(8+0); Regulation(0+5); Structure(2+1); Environment(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Inhibitory control(2+0); Social(2+0); Fear(2+0); Reward(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Face(1+0); Planning(1+0); Memory(0+1); Attention(1+0); Music(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Behavior(3+1); fMRI(0+4); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USASusruta Majumdar

WUSTL
【Keywords】Pain(0+3); Development(0+2); Analgesics(0+2); Opiate(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Category(0+1); Reward(0+1); Respiratory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+3); Gene(0+2);
【Research】Research in the laboratory is aimed at attaining functional selectivity of opioid agonist action from its own target adverse effects while integrating chemical synthesis with biochemical, genetic and pharmacological approaches.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USASusan M. Resnick

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Aging(6+2); Cognition(4+3); Imaging(3+1); Memory(1+2); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); ApoE(2+0); Gait(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Development(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Vestibular(1+0); Posture(1+0); Context(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Hormone(0+1); Diffusion MRI(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); PET(2+0); MRI(1+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Laboratory of Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADenise Head

WUSTL
【Keywords】Aging(14+4); Cognition(5+5); Neurology(8+0); Exercise(5+2); Age-related(3+2); Imaging(3+0); Temporal lobe(3+0); Medial Temporal Lobe(3+0); Vulnerability(2+0); Striatum(2+0); Peptide(1+0); Structure(1+0); Disease(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Learning(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Spatial navigation(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Stress(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); Resting state(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0); White matter(1+0); Pons(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】In vivo(1+0); MRI(1+0); Data analysis(1+0);
【Research】Cognitive neuroscience of aging
【Publications】Neuron(1); Cerebral Cortex(5);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Naftali RazStephanie Langella, Veronica L. Shead, Brian A GordonYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Head, Denise P; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Understanding the Return Journey: Route Reversal in Younger and Older Adults@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.958012339Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAVinit Mahajan

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(4+7); Therapy(1+3); Development(2+1); Degeneration(2+1); Vision(3+0); Retina(2+1); Structure(0+2); Translation(1+1); Age-related(1+1); Optical(2+0); Genetically modify(0+1); Mutant(1+0); Knockout(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Environment(0+1); Aging(1+0); Photoreceptor(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+7); Mouse(0+6); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Protein(2+4); Model(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Virus(1+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dennis D. CunninghamYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Bassuk, Alexander G [⬀] Mahajan, Vinit BTsang, Stephen H (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanistic Studies On Regenerative Medicine Approaches to Childhood Blindness@ University of Iowa; Matching Score: 0.976Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAnirvan Nandy

Yale
【Keywords】Degeneration(0+1); Vision(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Attention; Macular Degeneration; Neurobiology; Neurons; Visual Cortex.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARajesh Kumar

UCLA
【Keywords】Autonomic(0+3); Imaging(0+3); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Memory(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); White matter(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(0+3);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAIn-Jung Kim

Yale
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+4); Vision(0+4); Transgenic(0+1); Development(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Form(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Anatomy; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Ophthalmology; Vision, Ocular.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAMercedes Paredes

UCSF
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Developmental Disorder(0+2); Frontal lobe(0+2); Neuropeptide(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Interneuron(0+1); PFC(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5); Macaque(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Late Cortical Neuron Development in the Human Brain and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAlfredo Dubra

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(20+1); Imaging(16+1); Photoreceptor(11+0); Structure(5+1); Retina(1+1); Learning(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Engineering(0+2); Optical(2+0); Disease(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Contour(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Convolutional Neural Network(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0); Macaque(2+0); Primate(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】In vivo(7+0); Gene(1+0); Microscopy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(3); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004583Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARichard Axel

Columbia
【Keywords】Olfaction(9+7); Receptor(11+3); Sense(4+1); Encoding(3+0); Olfactory bulb(1+2); 5-HT(2+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Infection(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Perception(0+1); Form(1+0); Associative learning(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Mushroom body(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(3+0); Mouse(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(5+0); Virus(3+0); Protein(2+0); Channel(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Two-photon calcium imaging(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Neurogenetics; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(15); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
I. Bernard Weinstein, Gary Felsenfeld, Sol SpiegelmanVictory T. Joseph, Maria L. Bloom, Melissa Metcalf, Anna Zhukovskaya, Leonardo Belluscio, Sean Luo, Fan Wang, Michael Wigler, Joseph Reginald Osborne, Bradley Georges Leypold, Jennifer L. Power, S. Christy Rohani, Roscoe Owen Brady, Jr., Michelle M. Kim, Allan Ming-Tak Wong, Kimberley Simpson, Anmo J. Kim, Dara L. Sosulski, Smitha Jagadish, Hubert Amrein, David J. Anderson, Gilad Barnea, Moses V. Chao, Andy Chess, Tyler Cutforth, Catherine Dulac, Joseph Gogos, Daisuke Hattori, René Hen, David Julius, Greg E. Lemke, Stavros Lomvardas, Nobuki Nakanishi, John Ngai, Barbara Noro, Vassilis Pachnis, Evan S. Schaffer, Richard Scheller, Kristin Scott, Nirao M. Shah, Benjamin M. Shykind, Robert Vassar, Jing W. Wang, Barbara  J. Wold, Mineto Yokoi, Vanessa Ruta, Sophie Jeanne Cécile Caron, Walter M. Fischler, Cristian Boboila, Jennifer J. Bussell, Bianca Jones Marlin, Tessa G Montague, Rajyashree Sen, Dan Rudolf Littman, Linda B. Buck, Peter Mombaerts, Leslie B. Vosshall, C Ron Yu, Kristin  K. Baldwin , Sandeep Robert Datta, Kevin Franks, Dan D. Stettler, Kevin M. Cury, Cory M. RootYears: 2007 — 2008; Recipients: Axel, Richard ; Code: P01; Title/Keywords: Genetic Analysis of the Function of Eph Receptors and Ligands@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1054952Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJess P Shatkin

NYU
【Keywords】Sleep(3+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Anxiety(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Psychiatric disorders in children
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGary K Steinberg

Stanford
【Keywords】Stroke(12+8); Disease(5+2); Transplantation(1+5); Blood flow(0+3); Neuroprotective(0+2); Neuroprotection(0+2); Ischemia(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Transporter(0+1); GABA(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Navigation(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Stress(0+1); Cerebrovascular(0+1); Basal ganglia(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(8+6); Human(1+1); Rodent(0+2);
【Methods】Optogenetics(2+2); Behavior(0+3); Gene(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); MRI(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jack E Berry, Benjamin D. Hoehn, Michelle Y. ChengYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Steinberg, Gary K; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Stanford Neuroscience Research Cores For Gene Vectors, Microscopy, and Behavios@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARiccardo Olcese

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USALucy R. Forrest

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Transporter(0+6); Membrane(0+6); Glutamate(0+2); Structure(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Acetylcholine(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+4); Protein(0+2); Theory(0+1); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】Computational Structural Biology Section
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARon Kopito

Stanford
【Keywords】Body(4+0); Mutant(3+0); Membrane(2+1); Disease(3+0); Structure(2+0); Glia(2+0); Huntington's disease(2+0); Form(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Development(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Infection(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(2+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(12+2); Model(3+0); Virus(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(5); Nature Communications(2); Nature structural & molecular biology(1); PNAS(3);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology(1); Physiological Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Neil F. Bence, Rahul S. Rajan, Cami K. Bruns, Pei-Hsien Ren, Ethan J. GreenblattYears: 2007 — 2009; Recipients: Kopito, Ron R; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Ubiquitin Proteasome System in Quality Control@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958024513Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMichela Fagiolini

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(20+1); Plasticity(9+2); Development(6+3); Visual cortex(7+0); Receptor(4+0); Sense(4+0); MeCP2(2+1); GABA(3+0); Psychiatry(3+0); Autism(2+1); Rett Syndrome(3+0); Regulation(2+0); NMDA receptor(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Sensory experience(2+0); Disorder(1+1); Multisensory integration(2+0); V1(2+0); Insular cortex(2+0); VIP neuron(1+0); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); Axon(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Pain(1+0); Motor(1+0); Timing(0+1); Social(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(9+0); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); Electrophysiology(1+1); Model(1+1); Gene(1+0); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Experience-Dependent Neuronal Circuit Maturation and Plasticity
【Publications】JNS(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael P. StrykerPatricia Nora Awad, Judy CG SngYears: 2016; Recipients: Chen, ChinfeiFagiolini, Michela; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Visual Circuit Regression and Its Recue in Rtt Mouse Models - Administrative Supplement@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.969009768Assoc Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAFrancis J. McMahon

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Disorder(19+8); Bipolar(19+3); Psychiatry(15+0); Depression(6+0); Schizophrenia(5+0); Receptor(1+2); 5-HT(1+1); Structure(2+0); Transporter(0+1); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Finger(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(8+2);
【Methods】Gene(14+3); Behavior(2+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
021888
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USABrandon Harvey

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Transgenic(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); HIV(2+0); CRISPR/Cas9(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Aging(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Kinematics(1+0); Learning(1+0); Reward(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0); Ventral pallidum(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0); VTA(1+0); Substantia nigra(1+0);
【Models】Rat(7+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); In vitro(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Howard J. Federoff, Barry J. HofferDavid J. ReinerYears: 2018; Recipients: Harvey, Brandon; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Cellular Mechanisms of Neuronal Dysfunction@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 0.915
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALiqun Luo

Stanford
【Keywords】Olfaction(6+12); Development(8+7); Dendrite(3+7); Axon(3+5); PNS(0+4); Neural Circuit(2+2); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(0+2); Spine(2+0); Degeneration(2+0); Form(0+2); Mushroom body(1+1); 5-HT(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Neural lineage(1+0); Axon growth(1+0); Branching(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Antennal lobe(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Social(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Reward(1+0); Mating(0+1); Parental behavior(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); Auditory cortex(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Olfactory bulb(0+1); VTA(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(10+0); Mouse(2+5); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(5+6); Tracing(2+0); Behavior(1+1); Model(1+1); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Ultrasonic(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(3); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kalpana White, Yuh Nung JanAlexander M. Chan, Cindy D Liu, Vardhan S. Dani, Eric D. Hoopfer, William Jinsoo Joo, William E. Allen, Jiefu Li, Ethan B Richman, Chuanyun Xu, Ethan K. Scott, Gregory S X E Jefferis, Ryan Jefferson Watts, Elizabeth C. Marin, Takaki Komiyama, J Sebastian Espinosa, Maria L Spletter, Weizhe Hong, Liang Liang, Chen Ran, David Cheng-Hao Wang, Laura Anne DeNardo, Simon Hippenmeyer, Wei-Hsiang Huang, Justus M. Kebschull, Tzumin Lee, Tongchao Li, Kazunari Miyamichi, Bosiljka Tasic, Hui Zong, Vincenzo Favaloro, Tim Mosca, Lindsay A. Schwarz, Jing Ren, Jan H. Lui, Boxuan Simen Zhao, Oren Schuldiner, Christopher J. PotterXing WeiYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Luo, Liqun; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuromodulation of Brain States@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1027914Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANigel T. Maidment

UCLA
【Keywords】Neuropeptide(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); limbic system(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAUlrich Mueller

JHU
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+6); Perception(0+4); Auditory(0+4); Development(0+3); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+6); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2); Marmoset(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2);
【Research】Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARudy Behnia

Columbia
【Keywords】Membrane(7+0); Vision(3+2); Sense(0+3); Dendrite(2+0); Spine(2+0); Photoreceptor(0+2); Color(0+2); Learning(2+0); Fear(2+0); Optical(2+0); Amygdala(2+0); Environment(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(1+0); Perception(0+1); Depth(0+1); Object(0+1); Face(0+1); Touch(0+1); Taste(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(4+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Behavior(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Synapses and Circuits ; Systems and Circuits ;
【Publications】Nature(4); Cell(3);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Adam G. Carter, Claude DesplanMaia Weisenhaus001303Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAArye Nehorai

WUSTL
【Keywords】Signal processing(13+2); Speech(5+0); Music(2+0); Machine learning(0+1); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+2); Gene(0+1); MRI(0+1); Microscopy(1+0); MEG(0+1);
【Research】Quantitative statistical signal processing and imaging
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
021791Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPamela Flood

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(18+0); Anesthesia(12+0); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(5+0); Acetylcholine receptor(5+0); Sleep(4+0); Inflammation(3+0); Movement disorder(2+0); Exercise(2+0); GABA(1+0); Ligand gated ion channel(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Chloride(1+0); Electrical synapse(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Body(1+0); Headache(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(2+0); Model(2+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gordon A. Donaldson003729Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJonah Chan

UCSF
【Keywords】Glia(0+2); Development(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); PNS(0+1); CNS(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Demyelinating(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Neuronal/Glial Interactions that Control Myelination
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USASukbin Lim

NYU
【Keywords】Learning and memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Computational neuroscience, learning and memory, network modeling and analysis
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John Rinzel, Mark S. GoldmanAssist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMichael Simon Avidan

WUSTL
【Keywords】Anesthesia(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Pain(1+0); Sleep(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】His research interests include intraoperative awareness, postoperative cognitive alteration, brain monitoring during surgery, and postoperative outcomes.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAKaterina Semendeferi

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+3); Neurology(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAEsther Gardner

NYU
【Keywords】Touch(4+3); Sense(0+5); Object(0+3); Motor cortex(2+0); Disorder(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Perception(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Object recognition(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Execution(1+0); Posture(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Premotor cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】Sensory functions of the hand
【Publications】PNAS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
W Alden Spencer, Albert F. FuchsJessie ChenYears: 2014; Recipients: Gardner, Esther P.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Mechanisms of Cutaneous Spatial Integration@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASmita Krishnaswamy

Yale
【Keywords】Learning(0+4); Machine learning(0+3); Structure(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Body(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】Genetics; Computational Biology; Single-Cell Analysis.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAUel Jackson McMahan

Stanford
【Keywords】Vesicle(6+0); Neuromuscular(5+0); Vesicle docking(3+0); Muscle(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Synapse formation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Electron Microscope(3+1); Gene(2+0); Model(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(2); Neuron(2); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHelen Scharfman

NYU
【Keywords】Dentate gyrus(4+0); Epilepsy(3+0); Neurology(3+0); Hippocampus(3+0); Neurogenesis(2+0); CA3(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Neuropeptide(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synchrony(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); CNS(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Mechanisms of neuronal excitability and plasticity and dysfunction in complex disorders
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John M. Sarvey, Phillip A. SchwartzkroinYair J. Ben-Efraim, Adrienn G. Varga, Korey Kam, Daniel P. McCloskey, Aine Mary DuffyJeffrey H. Goodman, Kevin G. BathYears: 2018; Recipients: Scharfman, Helen ESiegelbaum, Steven A [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Ca2 in Epilepsy and Social Comorbidity@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1013776Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAKristin K Baldwin

UCSD
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Olfaction(0+3); Clone(0+2); Development(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Sense(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnthony Oro

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(7+2); Tumor(4+2); Receptor(4+0); Transcription(2+1); Regulation(2+0); Structure(2+0); Proliferation(2+0); Differentiation(0+2); Therapy(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Ataxias(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(7+4); Human(5+4); Mouse(2+1); Drosophila(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Gene(3+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(9); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013294Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAScott Baraban

UCSF
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+4); Development(0+2); Cell therapy(0+2); CRISPR/Cas9(0+1); Mutant(0+1); Structure(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Seizure(0+1); Transplantation(0+1); CNS(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Disease(0+1); Form(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Zebrafish(0+5); Human(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Electrophysiology(0+3); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microarray(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Epilepsy
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAElissa A. Hallem

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANicholas C. Brecha

UCLA
【Keywords】Retina(0+5); Bipolar(0+4); Receptor(0+3); Peptide(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Vision(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Amino acid(0+1); Opiate(0+1); Neuropeptide(0+1); Peptide receptor(0+1); Axon(0+1); Microcircuit(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Morphology(0+1); CA2(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USATom Lloyd MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Axon(0+4); Disease(0+4); Motor Neuron(0+4); Axonal transport(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Development(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Mitochondria(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJulio Fernandez

Columbia
【Keywords】Muscle(2+2); Engineering(3+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Structure(1+0); Vesicle fusion(1+0); Cell migration(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(7+7); Microscopy(1+1); Biophysics(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(7); Science(3); Cell(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Francisco Bezanilla, Erwin NeherEdward Eckels, Kirstin A. Walther, Arun P. Wiita, Rodolfo I. Hermans, Pallav Kosuri, Daniel Echelman, Guillermo Alvarez de Toledo, Andres F. Oberhauser, Shubhasis Haldar, Rafael Tapia-Rojo, Alvaro Alonso-Caballero, Sergi Garcia-Manyes, Raul Perez-Jimenez, Jorge Alegre-Cebollada, Ionel Popa, Jessica Valle-OreroYears: 2013 — 2016; Recipients: Fernandez, Julio; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Idbr: High Throughput Single Molecule Afm Force-Spectrometer@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 1039134Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAVenkatesh Murthy

Harvard
【Keywords】Olfaction(13+1); Synapse(3+1); Olfactory bulb(4+0); Receptor(3+0); Motor cortex(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Vesicle(2+0); Oscillation(2+0); Development(2+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Chloride(1+0); Neurotransmitter release(1+0); Vesicle docking(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Glia(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Postnatal Neurogenesis(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disease(0+1); Perception(1+0); Body(1+0); Learning(1+0); Navigation(1+0); Social(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Optical imaging(0+1); Amygdala(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+2); Monkey(3+0); Rodent(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+3); Electrophysiology(1+2); LFP(2+0); Computation(0+2); Protein(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Algorithms and Neural Circuits in Olfaction
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(4); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eberhard E. Fetz, Terrence J. Sejnowski, Charles F. StevensEgle Cekanaviciute, Cambrian Y. Liu, George Vidal, Dinu Florin Albeanu, Zhiying Li, Daniel J. Millman, Jenelle Liane Wallace, Hao Wu, Erin N. Star, Shelby B. Dietz, Kenichi N. Hartman, A. Jamila Newton, Tomokazu Sato, Camille Mazo, Juan Burrone, Siddharth Jayakumar, Vikrant Kapoor, Alexander Mathis, Sumon K. Pal, Dan Rokni, C. Geoffrey G. Lau, Joseph D. Zak, Aravinthan Samuel, William James Tyler, Akari Hagiwara, David Henry GireYears: 2019; Recipients: Murthy, Venkatesh NUchida, Naoshige (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Emergence of Valence Coding in the Ventral Striatum@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 1009742Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAndrew Leifer

Princeton
【Keywords】Neural dynamics(1+7); Imaging(4+0); Synapse(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Learning(0+2); Optical(0+2); Vision(1+0); Motor(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Context(1+0); Temporal processing(1+0); Decision making(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(12+2);
【Methods】Behavior(5+4); Optogenetics(7+0); Computation(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); Neuron(1); Nature Methods(1); eLife(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas Perkins, Aravinthan SamuelFrederick B. Shipley, Kevin Mizes, Sherif Gerges, Ashley Linder, Mochi Liu, Kevin S. Chen000952Assist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADaniel Promislow

UW
【Keywords】Aging(0+3); Evolutionary(0+2); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Disorders of the Nervous System; Invertebrate Neurobiology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJames E. Goldman

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(5+0); Differentiation(2+1); White matter(3+0); Mutant(2+0); Pathology(1+1); Alzheimer's(2+0); Glutamate(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Glia(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Development(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Sclerosis(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(3+0); Gene(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Cell Specification and Differentiation; Stem Cell Biology; Glial Development and Pathology; Tuberous Sclerosis/Epilepsy/Autism Spectrum Disorders;
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(7);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert D. TerryChristine Marshall-Walker, JoAnn M. Gensert, Victoria C. Hsiao, Christine A. Marshall, Marcela C. Assanah, Rujin Tian, Rachel E. Ventura, Eileen Guilfoyle, Steven W. LevisonYears: 2008; Recipients: Goldman, James E; Code: S10; Title/Keywords: A Massively Parallel Dna Sequencer@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADavid Linden

JHU
【Keywords】5-HT(0+11); Regeneration(0+4); Axon(0+3); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Injury(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Amphetamine(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Exercise(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAMario A Penzo

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Amygdala(9+0); Fear(7+0); Thalamus(4+0); Receptor(3+0); Synaptic Transmission(2+0); Neuroprotective(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Anxiety(2+0); Extended amygdala(2+0); Basal ganglia(2+0); Locus coeruleus(2+0); LTD(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Depression(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Memory(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0);
【Research】Unit on the Neurobiology of Affective Memory
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(7);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jose Luis Pena000682
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USATimothy R. Newhouse

Yale
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Receptor(0+1); Structure(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAFriedbert Weiss

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Drug dependence(0+3); Stress(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Environment(0+2); Vulnerability(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Steroid(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Central nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+8); Model(0+4); In vivo(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADahlia Zaidel

UCLA
【Keywords】Face(0+2); Neurology(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Semantic(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJeff Mumm

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Regeneration(0+3); Neural Circuit(0+3); Disease(0+2); Neurogenesis(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Injury(0+1); Form(0+1); Generative model(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Zebrafish(0+4); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADana Miller

UW
【Keywords】Hypoxia(0+3); Adaptation(0+3); Environment(0+1); Stroke(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWhitney B. Pope

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USAJonathan L Katz

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Receptor(12+1); Dopamine(10+1); Cocaine(10+1); Therapeutics(6+0); Transporter(5+0); Modulation(2+0); CNS(0+2); Injury(2+0); Addiction(2+0); 5-HT(1+0); Histamine(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Development(1+0); Axon(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Amphetamine(1+0); Opioids(1+0); Attention(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Rat(6+0); Non-human primate(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Primate(1+0); Rodent(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(10+2); Pharmacology(10+1); Model(2+0); Gene(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Psychobiology Section
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Pharmacological Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
James E. Barrett, William H. MorseMikhail N. Koffarnus, Ruggero Morselli, David O. Horvitz, Chiu Y. Koo, Samuel D. Gordon, Arkady Yerukhimovich, Ranjit Kumaresan, Derek S. Wilkinson, Takato HiranitaGerald S. HechtYears: 2010 — 2014; Recipients: Katz, Jonathan L; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Endocannabinoid Roles in Neurochemical and Reinforcing Effects of Abused Drugs@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 1011765
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAUlf Dettmer

Harvard
【Keywords】Disease(9+3); Neurotoxicity(6+0); Alpha-synuclein(5+0); Vesicle(2+1); Parkinson's disease(2+1); Membrane(2+0); Form(2+0); Motor(2+0); Engineering(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Glia(0+1); Development(1+0); Environment(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Movement disorder(1+0); Injury(1+0); Depth(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(2+1);
【Methods】Protein(11+4); In vivo(4+0); Model(0+3); Biochemistry(1+1); Gene(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Modeling protein dyshomeostasis in Parkinson's disease and exploring strategies to correct it
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(3);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000550Assist Prof.
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USAMark P. Mattson

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(7+0); Aging(6+0); Metabolism(4+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(3+0); Brain injury(3+0); Cognition(3+0); Stress(3+0); Mutant(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Plasticity(2+0); Neurogenesis(2+0); Disease(2+0); Stroke(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Structure(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTD(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Alzheimer's(1+0); APP(1+0); Tau(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Injury(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Memory(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+0); Human(2+0); Primate(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(6+0); Protein(3+0); Gene(1+0); Cell culture(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology(1); Physiological Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eugene Spaziani, Stanley B. KaterCatherine M. Schwartz, Emmette R. Hutchison, Alexis M. Stranahan, Thiruma V Arumugam, Steven W. Barger, Benedict C Albensi, Aiwu ChengYears: 2018; Recipients: Mattson, Mark [⬀] ; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Synaptic Plasticity in Aging and Alzheimer's Disease@ Aging; Matching Score: 0.915154023
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMark J Schnitzer

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(4+2); Dynamics(4+1); Dendrite(1+3); Memory(3+0); Optical(3+0); Cognition(0+2); Motor(1+1); Learning and memory(0+2); Context(2+0); CA1(2+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Biomechanics(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Learning(0+1); Long-term memory(1+0); Consolidation(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Social(1+0); Fear(1+0); Reward(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+1); Human(2+2);
【Methods】In vivo(3+1); Behavior(1+1); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(1); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAGuo-Li Ming MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+9); Neurogenesis(0+5); Embryo(0+5); Disorder(0+4); Disease(0+3); Navigation(0+3); MeCP2(0+2); Axon(0+2); Autism(0+2); Neural network(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); CNS(0+1); Dendritic growth(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Rett Syndrome(0+1); Perinatal(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+4); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAFrancis F. Steen

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAElizabeth Hillman

Columbia
【Keywords】Optical(9+1); Imaging(8+1); Optical imaging(2+3); Somatosensory(3+1); Blood flow(3+1); Dynamics(3+0); Contrast(2+0); Spectral(2+0); BOLD signal(2+0); Oscillation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Morphology(1+0); Exploration(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(5+1); Anatomy(2+0); MRI(1+1); In vivo(1+0); Behavior(0+1); fMRI(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Brain Imaging; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(2); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Review(3); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
006811Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARachel Wilson

Harvard
【Keywords】Olfaction(17+1); Antennal lobe(6+0); Sense(2+3); Neural Circuit(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Sensorimotor Integration(0+2); Encoding(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Ligand gated ion channel(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); LTP(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Cannabinoids(1+0); Face(0+1); Nociception(1+0); Touch(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Sound localization(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Multisensory integration(0+1); Motor(0+1); Motor control(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); Mushroom body(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(16+1);
【Methods】Computation(2+3); Gene(1+2); In vivo(1+2); Behavior(3+0); Channel(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neural computations and biophysical mechanisms underlying sensory processing and sensorimotor integration
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(3); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(4); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Roger A. Nicoll, Gilles LaurentAllison E. Baker, Stephen L. Holtz, Alexandra K. Moore, Sasha Rayshubskiy, Asa Barth-Maron, Paola Patella, Nathan W. Gouwens, Shawn R. Olsen, Brendan Peltonen Lehnert, Mehmet Fisek, Wendy Wing-Heng Liu, Vikas Bhandawat, Quentin Gaudry, James M. Jeanne, Emre Yaksi, Hokto Kazama, Tatsuo Okubo, Yvette E. Fisher, Katherine I. Nagel, Anthony W. Azevedo, John C. TuthillYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Wilson, Rachel; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanosensory Feature Extraction For Directed Motor Control@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.915010431Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAudrey (Ellerbee) Bowden

Stanford
【Keywords】Optical(4+0); Spectral(3+0); Membrane(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Structure(1+0); Object(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(6+0); In vivo(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001801Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USACharles F. Stevens

UCSD
【Keywords】Synaptic Transmission(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(0+1); Development(0+1); Synapse(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Cell culture(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADaniel Ebert MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】
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【Research】.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMutsuyuki Sugimori

NYU
【Keywords】Dendrite(1+4); Synapse(2+0); Tau(2+0); Muscle(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Calcium channel(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Axon(0+1); Spine(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Energy metabolism(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Ionic mechanism of the cerebellar Purkinje cell
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USANeville Hogan

MIT
【Keywords】Stroke(5+1); Robot(1+3); Therapy(3+0); Motor(2+1); Posture(3+0); Development(1+1); Neurology(2+0); Plasticity(0+1); Injury(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Voluntary Movement(1+0); Motor control(0+1); Execution(1+0); Gait(0+1); Engineering(1+0); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+2);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Interactive Robots for Neuro-Rehabilitation
【Publications】JNS(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Max Berniker, Hyunglae Lee, Konstantinos Michmizos, Tamar FlashNedialko I. KrouchevYears: 2018; Recipients: Hogan, NevilleSchwartz, Andrew B. [⬀] ; Code: R56; Title/Keywords: Neural Encoding of Impedance For Object Manipulation@ University of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh; Matching Score: 0.916041213Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGordon L. Fain

UCLA
【Keywords】Photoreceptor(0+4); Receptor(0+1); Structure(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Vision(0+1); Adaptation(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADennis D.M. O'Leary

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+2); Vision(0+2); Connection(0+2); Embryo(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Injury(0+1); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Reasoning(0+1); Motor cortex(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAThomas J. O'Dell

UCLA
【Keywords】Learning and memory(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(0+2); Memory(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+2); Gene(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USACristina M. Alberini

NYU
【Keywords】Long-term memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of long-term memory
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eric R. KandelBridget Dolan, Gabriella Pollonini, Virginia Gao, Amy S. Kohtz, Maria Milekic , Stephen M. Taubenfeld, Justin Riceberg, Dillon Y. Chen, Dhananjay Bambah-Mukku, Sarah A. Stern, Amy Arguello, Ana Garcia-Osta, Melissa Noel, Michael Q. Steinman, Sophie Tronel, Elizaveta Muravieva, Maria Del Carmen Inda, Akinobu Suzuki, Sarah A. JohnsonMark G. BaxterYears: 2013 — 2017; Recipients: Alberini, Cristina M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Astrocytic-Neuronal Mechanisms in Memory Formation and Cognitive Impairments@ New York University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USADavid Tank

Princeton
【Keywords】Dynamics(10+7); Imaging(12+1); Memory(2+4); Dendrite(4+1); Neural Circuit(1+4); Navigation(4+1); Sense(1+3); Place cell(4+0); Form(0+3); Plasticity(2+0); Vision(2+0); Contrast(2+0); Motor(0+2); Connection(0+2); NMDA receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Spine(1+0); Infection(1+0); Adaptation(0+1); Motor Neuron(1+0); Grid cell(1+0); Head direction cell(0+1); Short-term memory(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Optical imaging(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); V1(1+0); Hippocampus(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1); Thalamus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(4+1); Primate(0+2); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0); Rodent(0+1); Zebrafish(0+1); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Model(4+4); In vivo(4+1); Gene(0+3); Anatomy(2+1); MRI(3+0); Microscopy(2+1); Electrophysiology(0+2); Computation(2+0); Mathematics(0+2); Protein(0+1); Channel(0+1); Virus(1+0); Biophysics(0+1); In vitro(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Multi-electrode(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits ; Theory and Computation
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(3); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Watt W. Webb, Alan Gelperin, John J. HopfieldCristina Domnisoru, Ryan Low, Yao Lu, John Peter Rickgauer, Alexander J. Riordan, Alexander Song, Thomas Gregor, Zhao Huang, Forrest C. Collman, David A. Markowitz, Kelly M. McCarthy, Andrew Miri, Jeff A. Drocco, Daniel A. Dombeck, Marla B. Feller, Yi Gu, Christopher Harvey, Fritjof Helmchen, Amina A. Kinkhabwala, Wade G. Regehr, Benjamin Scott, Ben W. Strowbridge, Karel Svoboda, Dmitriy Aronov, Christine M. Constantinople, Lucas Pinto, Adrian A Wanner, Kerry R. Delaney, Erik C. Sobel, Rafael Yuste, Samuel S.-H. Wang, Jeffrey L. Gauthier, Guy MajorWinfried Denk, John J. Hopfield, Alan R. Kay, Seiji OgawaYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Tank, David W; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Optical Instrumentation@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1043397Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Gabriel Kreiman

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(14+3); Object(5+0); Visual cortex(5+0); Timing(4+0); Temporal lobe(3+1); Medial Temporal Lobe(3+1); Cognition(2+0); Object recognition(2+0); Memory(1+1); Learning(1+1); Episodic memory(1+1); Decoding(2+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Memory Consolidation(0+1); Sequence learning(1+0); Context(0+1); Cognitive Control(1+0); Category(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Imagery(1+0); Predictive coding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Artificial intelligence(0+1); Machine(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Human(16+1); Macaque(2+0); Primate(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(2+2); Model(2+2); Gene(2+1); Protein(2+0); Theory(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Microarray(1+0); LFP(1+0);
【Research】 Visual object recognition: computational models and neurophysiological mechanisms
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Christof Koch, Mark Konishi, Tomaso A. PoggioBill Lotter, Joseph Olson, Hanlin Tang, Zihao Xu, Yigal Agam, Arjun K. Bansal, Calin Buia, Kendra Burbank, Martin Hemberg, Leyla Isik, Radhika Madhavan , Thomas Miconi, rajamanickam murugan, Farnaz Sharif, Jedediah M. Singer, Camille Gomez-Laberge, Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi, Frederico Augusto Casarsa de Azevedo, William S. Anderson , Malena Espanol, Hesheng LiuRichard T. Born, Chou P. HungYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Kreiman, Gabriel; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Neural Circuits For Cognitive Control@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.976013851Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USATerrance T. Kummer

WUSTL
【Keywords】Brain injury(6+13); Injury(3+4); Axon(1+4); Differentiation(4+0); Neuromuscular(4+0); Trauma(0+4); Degeneration(0+3); Hemorrhage(1+2); Neurotransmitter(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Membrane(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Development(0+1); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Aging(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Body(0+1); Consciousness(1+0); Emotion(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Diffusion MRI(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Model(2+1); MRI(1+1); EEG(1+0);
【Research】Understanding the mechanisms underlying neuronal trauma and degeneration during and following acute brain injury
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Joshua R. SanesYears: 2018; Recipients: Kummer, Terrance T; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Unbiased High Content Screening For Novel Synaptotoxic Substances in Human Alzheimer's Disease Brain Lysates@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1000697Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADavide Dulcis

UCSD
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJie Shen

Harvard
【Keywords】Disease(0+8); Dopamine(1+1); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Spectral(2+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Development(0+1); CNS(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Mitochondria(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Stress(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+1); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(1+5); Model(2+1); Protein(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson's Diseases and development of novel therapies
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Cell(2); Neuron(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Randy S. Boyles042524Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAlberto Salleo

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Optical(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Environment(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Morphology(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Communications(2); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Chemical Reviews(2); Review(2); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Timothy D. SandsRodrigo Noriega, Jonathan RivnayYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Salleo, Alberto; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Structure-Property Relationships in Novel Conjugated Mixed Conductors@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1022347Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJin Billy Li

Stanford
【Keywords】Regulation(3+1); CRISPR/Cas9(1+0); Development(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Body(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0); Drosophila(4+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(3); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(2); Nature Methods(4); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USARobert Desimone

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(18+2); Attention(14+3); Visual cortex(5+0); V4(4+0); Executive control(0+3); Modulation(2+0); Striate cortex(2+0); Extrastriate cortex(2+0); V2(2+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Visual memory(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Short-term memory(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0); Connection(1+0); PFC(1+0); PPC(1+0); V1(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(7+0); Human(2+1); Non-human primate(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0); fMRI(0+1); MEG(0+1);
【Research】Neural Basis of Visual Attention and Executive Control
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(6); Neuron(2); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles Gross, Mortimer MishkinJonathan A. Winkle, Timothy J. Buschman, Leah Acker, Bruno Duarte Gomes, Robert John Schafer, David E. Osher, Yasaman Bagherzadeh, Daniel Baldauf, Narcisse Bichot, Elizabeth Buffalo, Mario Fiorani, Stacia Friedman-Hill, Eveline Geiser, Stephen J. Gotts, Georgia G Gregoriou, Xue Han, Rogier Landman, Zuxiang Liu, Steven J. Luck, Juan Carlos Mendez, Diego Mendoza-Halliday, Earl K. Miller, John H. Reynolds, Andrew F. Rossi, Harbaljit Sohal, Wendy Suzuki, Haoran Xu, Gregoriou Georgia, Grant H. Mulliken, Reza Rajimehr, Fumiaki Yoshida, Karthik Srinivasan, Frederico Augusto Casarsa de Azevedo, Sidney R. Lehky, Leonardo Chelazzi, Bharathi Jagadeesh, Cynthia A. Erickson, Pascal Fries, Eric LowetTomaso A. Poggio, Leslie UngerleiderYears: 2019; Recipients: Desimone, Robert; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Mechanisms For Feature-Based Attention@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1056164Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAChaitan Khosla

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(5+2); Metabolism(0+2); Structure(0+1); Development(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Infection(1+0); Injury(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(3+0); Gene(2+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USACory Miller

UCSD
【Keywords】Environment(0+1); Context(0+1); Social(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USARudiger von der Heydt

JHU
【Keywords】Vision(0+6); Perception(0+4); Sense(0+3); Object(0+3); Structure(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Depth(0+1); Depth perception(0+1); Form perception(0+1); Touch(0+1); Optical(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Psychophysics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USACatherine Dulac

Harvard
【Keywords】Social(4+2); Social behavior(1+2); Amygdala(3+0); Parental behavior(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Sense(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Multisensory(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+0); Behavior(1+1); Microscopy(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Olfactory and Vomeronasal Systems Molecular and Developmental Neurobiology
【Publications】Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(3); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard AxelEric R Vaughn, Ernie C. Chang, Jennifer A. Loconto, Erica L. Pantages, Ian W. Tietjen, A. T. Torello, Jason M. Rihel, Lisa Zakhary, Amy L. Gresser, Ross V. Perak, Hayan Yoon, Philip S. Choi, Lorena Pont-Lezica, Tali Kimchi, Johannes Kohl, Ding Liu, Lisa Stowers, Shlomo Wagner, Yoram Ben-Shaul, Joseph F. Bergan, Dhananjay Bambah-Mukku, Ying Li, Jessica A. Osterhout, Zhengzheng Sophia Liang, Mohammed Mostafizur Rahman, Mustafa Talay, Fabio Papes, Yoh Isogai, Anita E. Autry, Leigh A. Needleman, Fiona DoetschYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Dulac, Catherine GZhuang, Xiaowei [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: In Situ Transcriptome Imaging in Single Cells@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 0.958013433Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJohn Rubenstein

UCSF
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(0+4); Regulation(0+3); Differentiation(0+3); Transcription(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Encoding(0+2); Cytokine(0+1); Structure(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Developmental Disorder(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】Genetic Regulation of Forebrain Development
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAWyeth Bair

UW
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+4); Vision(0+4); V1(0+4); V4(0+3); Development(0+2); Perception(0+2); Microcircuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Form(0+1); Color(0+1); Brain-Machine Interface(0+1); Spiking Neural Network(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); V5/MT(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+6); Computation(0+5); In vivo(0+2); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMatthew Banghart

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+2); Disease(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAVikram Khurana

Harvard
【Keywords】Alpha-synuclein(2+4); Disease(1+2); Neurodegenerative disease(1+2); Parkinson's disease(1+2); Sclerosis(2+0); Metabolism(1+1); Transporter(1+0); Glia(0+1); Trafficking(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Proteinopathy(0+1); Vision(1+0); Body(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Protein(1+2); Cell culture(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Genome and Proteome-Scale Dissection of Neurodegenerative Proteinopathy in Human Stem Cell Models
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mel  B. Feany, Rudolf Jaenisch, Susan L. LindquistAssist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USABen Julian Palanca

WUSTL
【Keywords】Cognition(1+3); Sleep(1+2); Anesthesia(2+0); Development(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Consciousness(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Neural markers that reflect mechanisms of pathological recovery in the postoperative period.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Greg DeAngelisYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Palanca, Ben Julian; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Postoperative Delirium and Electroencephalographic Measures of Sleep and Wakefulness@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1.009Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichael Gandal

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKevin Bender

UCSF
【Keywords】Addiction(0+3); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Synaptic integration(0+1); Axon(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Spine(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Learning(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms and Function of Neuromodulation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMark A. Frye

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADebora B. Farber

UCLA
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Retina(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAOyekunle Olukotun

Stanford
【Keywords】Language(7+0); Memory(2+0); Structure(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lance S. Hammond, Ayodele Thomas, Chaiyasit Manovit, Manohar K. Prabhu, Brian D. CarlstromYears: 2016 — 2020; Recipients: Re, Christopher (co-PI) [⬀] Olukotun, Oyekunle; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Shf: Medium: Collaborative Research: From Volume to Velocity: Big Data Analytics in Near-Realtime@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NIH-NIDCD??Bethesda, MD, USABarry Horwitz

NIH-NIDCD
【Keywords】Metabolism(6+0); Neurology(5+0); Vision(5+0); Face(4+0); Neuroimaging(3+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Age-related(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Cognition(1+1); Striate cortex(2+0); Extrastriate cortex(2+0); Object(2+0); Auditory(2+0); Short-term memory(2+0); Language(1+1); Concept(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Auditory cortex(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dyslexia(1+0); Autism(1+0); Aging(1+0); Sense(1+0); Memory(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Attention(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Executive control(1+0); Speech(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Angular gyrus(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+2); fMRI(4+1); PET(4+1); MEG(3+1); Behavior(1+1); Computation(1+1); In vivo(1+0); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】PLoS Biol.(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanley I. Rapoport, Gino C. SegreArpan Banerjee, Paul Corbitt, Yukiko Kikuchi, Jieun Kim, Qin Liu, Ajay S. Pillai, Feng Rong, Jason Smith, Malle A. Tagamets, Hung Thai-Van, Marina Papoutsi, Fatima Husain, Randy McIntosh, Antonio Ulloa, Jessica R GilbertYears: 2003 — 2018; Recipients: Horwitz, Barry; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Brain Imaging and Modeling@ Deafness &Other Communication Disorders; Matching Score: 1025121
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHong Yang

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Metabolism(0+2); Autonomic(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAPhilip Starr

UCSF
【Keywords】Movement disorder(0+3); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Motor cortex(0+2); Basal ganglia(0+2); Rhythm(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Dystonia(0+1); Motor(0+1); Frontal lobe(0+1); Primary motor cortex (M1)(0+1); PFC(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】ECoG(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Physiology of movement disorders in humans
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPeter Campochiaro MD

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Stress(0+4); Membrane(0+2); Disease(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Vision(0+2); Retina(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Age-related(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USARobert B. Innis

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Imaging(7+3); Receptor(3+1); Blood flow(3+0); Transporter(2+0); Tau(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Epilepsy(1+0); Microglia(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Aging(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+5); Monkey(5+0); Mouse(3+0); Rodent(2+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】PET(10+4); Protein(8+4); In vivo(0+2); Pharmacology(1+1); Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPrithvi Mruthyunjaya

Stanford
【Keywords】Retina(10+0); Imaging(7+3); Vision(8+1); Disease(6+2); Degeneration(6+0); Age-related(6+0); Optical(6+0); Tumor(3+1); Therapy(2+1); Pathology(2+0); Infection(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Face(1+0); Spectral(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001705Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARebecca A. Stockton

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Development(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Cerebrovascular(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAThomas Blanck

NYU
【Keywords】Anesthesia(4+0); Modulation(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Membrane(1+0); LTD(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Muscle(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Biophysics(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Understanding of the mechanisms of anesthetic action
【Publications】
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 1985 — 1986; Recipients: Blanck, Thomas J J; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Electrophoresis of Human Malignant Hyperthermic Muscle@ Johns Hopkins University; Matching Score: 0.954003079Emeritus
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAthena Vouloumanos

NYU
【Keywords】Speech(12+0); Development(8+0); Cognition(5+1); Language(4+0); Learning(3+0); Autism(2+0); Structure(1+0); Environment(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Perception(1+0); Vision(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Intention(1+0); Syntax(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Psychophysics(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Infant cognition and communication
【Publications】Science(5); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Janet F. WerkerAlia Martin, Ramanjot Kang, Elena Luchkina, Amanda PogueJennifer Marie Davie YoonYears: 2012 — 2016; Recipients: Vouloumanos, Athena; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Divergent Biases For Conspecifics as Early Markers For Autism Spectum Disorders@ New York University; Matching Score: 1002632Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USANephi Stella

UW
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAllan L Reiss

Stanford
【Keywords】Disorder(2+3); Fragile X(4+1); Creativity(4+1); Development(2+2); Psychiatry(2+2); Cognition(3+1); Environment(1+2); Social(2+1); Neurology(1+1); Attention(2+0); Structure(0+1); Synchrony(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(1+0); Executive function(0+1); Concept(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Amygdala(1+0); limbic system(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(3+2); Behavior(0+4); fMRI(2+0); fNIRS(1+0); Model(0+1); Data analysis(1+0); Statistics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAndrew C. Dean

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USACarlos Ponce

WUSTL
【Keywords】Vision(1+6); Environment(2+0); Machine learning(0+2); Neural network(0+2); V1(0+2); V2(0+2); Perception(0+1); Depth(1+0); Language(0+1); Mating(1+0); Imaging(0+1); V3(0+1); V4(0+1); V5/MT(1+0);
【Models】Bird(8+0); Macaque(1+1); Non-human primate(0+1); Human(1+0); Primate(0+1); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+1); Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】My long-term goal is to outline how early cortical regions of the non-human primate brain, like V1, V2 and V3 prepare information that later visual areas (e.g. inferotemporal cortex) shape into the basis of our perception.
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard T. Born, Margaret LivingstoneTill S. HartmannYears: 2005 — 2007; Recipients: Ponce, Carlos R; Code: F31; Title/Keywords: Minority Predoctoral Fellowship Program@ Harvard University (Medical School); Matching Score: 0.936000437Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USALinda M. Liau

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAKenton J. Swartz

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Ion Channel(4+4); Structure(1+5); Receptor(3+2); Membrane(1+3); Potassium channel(2+0); Sense(0+2); Engineering(2+0); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Disease(0+1); Hair cell(1+0); Temperature(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(7+0); Protein(1+1); Biophysics(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Molecular Physiology and Biophysics Section
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); eLife(9);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bruce P. Bean, Roderick MacKinnonRosalind Chuang, David Hackos, Yingying Li-Smerin, Tetsuya Kitaguchi, Manana Sukhareva, Maria Isabel Bahamonde, Mirela Milescu, Toshi Kawate, Frank Bosmans, Mufeng Li, Jeet Kalia, Ference Papp, Dmitriy Krepkiy, Feng Zhang, Jeffrey Winterfield, Gilberto Jose Soler-llavina, AbdulRasheed Alabi, Gabriel Heymann
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USASabina Berretta

Harvard
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(26+4); Disorder(10+6); Bipolar(10+5); Psychiatry(13+1); Amygdala(8+4); Psychiatric disorder(2+2); Development(2+1); Synapse(1+2); Entorhinal cortex(3+0); Dopamine(2+0); GABA(2+0); Plasticity(2+0); Rhythm(1+1); Glia(0+2); Pathology(0+2); Psychoses(0+2); Circadian(1+1); Stress(2+0); PFC(2+0); Striatum(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Regulation(0+1); Glutamate(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Peptide(0+1); Structure(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Olfaction(1+0); Concept(1+0); Emotion(0+1); Motor cortex(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Thalamic reticular nucleus(0+1); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+1); Rat(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+2); Protein(2+0); Cell culture(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Extracellular matrix/neuron/glia interactions in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2019; Recipients: Berretta, Sabina; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Postmortem Studies of Crf-Pacap in Human Ptsd (Berretta)@ McLean Hospital; Matching Score: 0.907003877Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAaron P. Blaisdell

UCLA
【Keywords】Cognition(0+4); Learning(0+2); Vision(0+1); Visual cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Rat(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAGregory J. Zipfel

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(8+1); Hemorrhage(4+1); Cerebrovascular(3+1); Peptide(2+1); Disease(1+2); Ischemia(2+1); Transgenic(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Therapeutics(0+2); Brain injury(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); CNS(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Alzheimer's(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Tau(1+0); Injury(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Channel(1+0); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】Mechanisms and novel therapeutics for cerebral amyloid angiopathy and cerebral vasospasm
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ananth K. VellimanaYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Zipfel, Gregory J; Code: R25; Title/Keywords: Washington University Neurosurgery Resident Research Education Program@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1008385Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USALaurie Santos

Yale
【Keywords】Cognition(0+3); Development(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Language(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+5); Human(0+4); Primate(0+4);
【Methods】
【Research】Primates; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAAriel Levine

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Development(4+1); Motor(1+4); Sense(0+3); Motor control(2+0); Plasticity(0+1); Cell cycle(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Depth(0+1); Body(0+1); Interneuron(1+0); Muscle(0+1); Learning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(4+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(0+1); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+3); Model(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Spinal Circuits and Plasticity Unit
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAHarold A. Burgess

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Development(4+2); Transgenic(3+1); Neural Circuit(3+0); Photoreceptor(3+0); Modulation(1+1); Embryo(1+1); Sense(2+0); Auditory(1+1); Motor(1+1); Navigation(1+1); Raphe(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Structure(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Retina(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Form(0+1); Spatial orientation(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Decoding(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Optical(0+1); Pineal gland(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(26+3); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(7+6); Gene(3+3); Model(3+0); Protein(2+0); Anatomy(1+1); Biochemistry(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Orly Reiner, Michael GranatoEric Horstick, Sadie A. BergeronYears: 2009 — 2018; Recipients: Burgess, Harold; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Neuronal Circuits Controlling Behavior: Genetic Analysis in Zebrafish@ Child Health and Human Development; Matching Score: 0.915001815
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnthony Ricci

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(11+2); Auditory(3+4); Development(2+3); Synapse(3+2); Imaging(2+2); Ion Channel(2+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Vesicle(2+0); Sense(0+2); Adaptation(2+0); Frequency(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Timing(0+1); Temperature(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(2+4);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(6); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert FettiplaceWisam Reid, Connie Tsai, Hamilton E. Farris, Mamiko Niwa, Anthony W. Peng, Manuel Castellano-Munoz, Thomas EffertzShelley A. BattsYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Ricci, Anthony J; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Neuroscience Research Training@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAThomas P. Burris

WUSTL
【Keywords】Receptor(12+4); Metabolism(6+4); Regulation(3+3); Disease(0+4); Circadian(3+1); Muscle(2+1); Differentiation(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Transporter(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Rhythm(0+1); Energy homeostasis(1+0); Tau(1+0); Inflammation(0+1); Hormone(1+0); Steroid(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Pharmacology(8+1); Gene(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Pharmacology and chemical biology of nuclear receptors.
【Publications】Nature(4); Cell(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Drug Discovery(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013360Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAErnest M. Wright

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJonathan Kao

UCLA
【Keywords】Engineering(0+2); Brain-Machine Interface(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Machine learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANim Tottenham

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(23+10); Amygdala(13+1); Emotion(10+0); Cognition(8+0); Regulation(5+0); Psychiatry(4+0); Early-life stress(2+2); Environment(1+2); Cognitive neuroscience(3+0); Cognitive Control(3+0); Imaging(2+1); Plasticity(1+1); Face(2+0); Learning(1+1); Social(0+2); Stress(2+0); Hippocampus(1+1); ADHD(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Timing(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Aversive learning(1+0); PFC(0+1); Striatum(0+1); Nucleus accumbens(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+6); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(5+1); fMRI(1+2); Gene(2+0); MRI(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Developmental Affective Neuroscience ; Human Subcortical-Cortical Development ; Early-Life Stress ; Childhood and Adolescence ;
【Publications】Science(3); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Megan R. Gunnar, Charles A. Nelson, B J. CaseyJennifer Meredith Galamba, Dylan Gee, Yuan H. Li, Jennifer Y. Louie, Kathryn L. Humphreys, Laurel J. Gabard-Durnam, Bridget Laura Callaghan, Dominic S. FareriYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Milham, Michael Peter (co-PI) [⬀] Tottenham, Nim; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Predicting Heterogeneous Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in School-Age Children With Early Caregiving Adversities@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939013154Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJohn Krakauer MA, MD

JHU
【Keywords】Stroke(0+2); Motor(0+2); Motor learning(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Brain injury(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor control(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】Psychophysics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJustus Verhagen

Yale
【Keywords】Perception(0+3); Taste(0+2); Olfaction(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】Neural Pathways; Neurobiology; Smell; Taste; Optical Imaging; Optogenetics.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAllison Okamura

Stanford
【Keywords】Robot(10+2); Environment(3+4); Sense(3+0); Perception(2+0); Cardiovascular(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Development(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Vision(1+0); Motor learning(1+0); Planning(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Navigation(1+0); Social(1+0); Exploration(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(7+2); Simulation(1+1);
【Research】
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【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
014893Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADennis Dacey

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+3); Retina(0+3); Color(0+2); Morphology(0+1); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Macaque(0+2); Non-human primate(0+1); Monkey(0+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2); Biophysics(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARae Silver

Columbia
【Keywords】Rhythm(1+3); Circadian(1+2); Suprachiasmatic nucleus(2+0); Oscillation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sexual behavior(0+1); Steroid(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel LehrmanMarthaLeah Chaiken, Gregory F. Ball, Rosemary Knapp, Nawshin Hoque, Resit Canbeyli, SiNae M. Pitts, Loredana Asarian, Mona H. Khalil, Ilia N. Karatsoreos, Katherine M. Nautiyal, Katherine M. Nautiyal, Matthew P. Butler, Maria-Teresa Romero, Michael C. Antle, Lance J. KriegsfeldAnn-Judith Silverman, Michael N. LehmanYears: 2007 — 2011; Recipients: Silver, Rae; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (Scn) Networks and Efferent Signals@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASteven Boxer

Stanford
【Keywords】Membrane(9+0); Amino acid(3+0); Vesicle(2+0); Form(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Vesicle fusion(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Biochemistry(2+0); Biophysics(2+0); Gene(1+0); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); PNAS(2);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
027109Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKing-Wai Yau

JHU
【Keywords】Vision(0+20); Olfaction(0+9); Membrane(0+3); Photoreceptor(0+3); Ion Channel(0+2); Sense(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Chloride(0+1); Object(0+1); Reflex(0+1); Circadian(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(0+4); Protein(0+2);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaLe-Ping Cheng

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Transcription(1+6); Development(2+1); Neurotransmitter(1+1); Peptide receptor(1+1); Cell fate(1+1); Knockout(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); Peptide(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Neural differentiation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Reprogramming(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Axon(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Striatum(0+1); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+2); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(1+2); In vitro(0+2); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Neural Development and Reprogramming
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Qiufu MaTianwen Huang, Emily Z. Guo, Yueguang Liu002092Investigator
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJeffrey Goldberg

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(6+2); Differentiation(3+0); Development(0+2); Regeneration(1+1); Engineering(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); CNS(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Biomarker(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Injury(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Vascular network(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0); V2(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(6+1); Human(6+0); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Model(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(7); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ben A. BarresAlena Bartakova, Jonathan Hertz, Alexander Kreymerman, Sahil H. Shah, Noelia J. Kunzevitzky, Darcie Leann Moore, Raul G. Corredor, Ephraim F. Trakhtenberg, Praseeda Venugopalan, Yuanli Duan, Evan G. Cameron, Kun-Che Chang, Joana M Galvao, Xin Xia, Satoshi YokotaYears: 2018; Recipients: Goldberg, Jeffrey L; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Stanford Vision Training Program@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1000719Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAllan Mackenzie-Graham

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDCD??Bethesda, MD, USADennis Drayna

NIH-NIDCD
【Keywords】Taste(10+1); Receptor(8+0); Disorder(0+4); Evolutionary(3+0); Development(2+0); Structure(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Sense(0+1); Perception(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Auditory processing(1+0); Speech(0+1); Hormone(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+3); Mouse(1+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+2); Ultrasonic(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAmy Arnsten

Yale
【Keywords】Cognition(0+5); Disorder(0+2); Attention(0+2); PFC(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Aging(0+1); Age-related(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Working memory(0+1); Reasoning(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】Aging; Alzheimer Disease; Behavioral Sciences; Psychology, Child; Mental Health; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic; Prefrontal Cortex; Cognitive Science.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMiles Wilkinson

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Regulation(0+2); Neuronal differentiation(0+2); Self-renewal(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); Neural differentiation(0+1); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+3); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAHelen Sherk

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+10); Environment(0+2); Object recognition(0+2); Visual cortex(0+2);
【Models】Primate(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMichael Manookin

UW
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMartin Wallner

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJames E. Huettner

WUSTL
【Keywords】Glutamate receptor(2+5); Receptor(3+2); Synapse(1+3); Glutamate(0+3); Embryo(2+1); Form(0+3); Mutant(2+0); Membrane(1+1); CNS(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); GABA(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Development(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(0+1); Neural differentiation(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Axon(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+3); Stem Cell(3+1); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Glutamate receptors, synaptic transmission and stem cell differentiation
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USAYavin Shaham

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Cocaine(10+0); Dopamine(2+0); Addiction(2+0); Stress(2+0); 5-HT(1+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); Neuroplasticity(1+0); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Memory(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Aggression(0+1); Methodology(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(3+0); Model(2+1); Behavior(1+1); Protein(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience Branch
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Review(5); Pharmacological Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Brain Research Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stephanie Myal027422
NIH-NIDDK??Bethesda, MD, USAMarc L. Reitman

NIH-NIDDK
【Keywords】Receptor(13+1); Regulation(2+3); Body temperature(2+2); Histamine(2+0); Energy homeostasis(0+2); Therapy(1+1); Metabolism(0+2); Energy metabolism(2+0); A1(2+0); Hypothalamus(2+0); Environment(1+0); Body(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Temperature(1+0); Food Intake(1+0); Body Weight(0+1); Hormone(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(8+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Obesity Branch
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJohn H. Reynolds

UCSD
【Keywords】Object(0+4); Vision(0+3); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Attention(0+1); Decision making(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); Psychophysics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKishore Kuchibhotla

JHU
【Keywords】Context(0+6); Knowledge(0+5); Neural Circuit(0+4); Cognition(0+4); Learning(0+4); Disease(0+3); Environment(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Face(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USATara Madhyastha

UW
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Resting state(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】fMRI(0+2); EEG(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience
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【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAndrew J. Fuligni

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Social(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAIfat Levy

Yale
【Keywords】Decision making(0+3); Cognition(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Reward(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); MRI(0+2);
【Research】Basal Ganglia; Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms; Central Nervous System; Cerebral Cortex.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASteve I. Perlmutter

UW
【Keywords】Motor(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Spinal Cord Injury(0+2); Brain-Computer Interface(0+2); Regeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+4); Primate(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); Cell culture(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Brain-Computer Interfaces; Computational Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System; Motor Systems and Sensorimotor Integration; Neural Circuits
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAGregory F. Wu

WUSTL
【Keywords】CNS(0+9); Sclerosis(4+1); Receptor(1+2); Dendrite(2+1); Disease(1+2); Inflammation(0+3); Cell migration(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Cytokine(0+1); Structure(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Demyelinating(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Model(6+1); In vivo(0+4); Microscopy(0+2); Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Ex vivo(0+1);
【Research】Inflammation and autoimmunity of the central nervous system
【Publications】Cell(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USACreed Stary

Stanford
【Keywords】Muscle(12+0); Ischemia(7+0); Stroke(6+1); Injury(4+3); Neurotoxicity(3+0); Metabolism(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Genetically modify(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Glia(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Development(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Vision(1+0); Object recognition(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Reflex(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0); Cornu ammonis(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Reviews】Progress In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rona GiffardBrian B. Griffiths, Anand N. Rao001531Assist Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USADorian McGavern

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】CNS(4+6); Infection(7+1); Brain injury(4+1); Differentiation(4+0); Disease(0+4); Injury(2+2); Pathogenesis(1+2); Inflammation(3+0); Dendrite(2+0); Neuroinflammation(2+0); Vessel(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Development(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Synapse formation(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Body(0+1); Memory(1+0); Context(1+0); Neuroimmunology(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Virus(3+0); In vivo(3+0); Protein(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Microscopy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Viral Immunology and Intravital Imaging Section
【Publications】Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Moses Rodriguez, Michael B. OldstoneSelam Gossa, Tristan Dyson, Phi Truong, Sara Heydari, Shruti Desai, Elizabeth Kenyon, Monica Manglani, Zachary Fitzpatrick, Hannah Mason, Nicole Mihelson, Filipa Cardoso, Kara Corps, Matt Russo, Elisa Eme-Scolan, Patrick Duncker, Panagiotis Mastorakos, Luciana Negro, Henning Lauterbach, David Brooks, Lucile Garidou, Silvia S. Kang, Bernd Zinselmeyer, Debasis Nayak, Jasmin Herz, Philip A. Swanson, Rahul Dave, Elliot A. Moseman, Rejane Rua, Ying (Claire) Fan, Theodore L. Roth, Aivi Nguyen, Patrick Wu, Alexa Ciesinski, Jane Yurim Lee, Alexander Silva, Isabella Swafford008523
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALeo Pallanck

UW
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter release(0+4); Disorder(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Model(0+4); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADennis L. Barbour

WUSTL
【Keywords】Auditory(2+2); Speech(1+1); Encoding(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Form(0+1); Auditory processing(0+1); Learning(1+0); Art(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Machine learning(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(2+0); Model(2+0); Psychophysics(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Sensation, perception and cognitive processing of sounds and speech
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Xiaoqin WangNathaniel J. Killian, Paul V. Watkins, Dongyang Zhang, Ammar H. HawasliYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Barbour, Dennis LPetersen, Steven E. [⬀] Zacks, Jeffrey M (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Interdisciplinary Training in Cognitive, Computational and Systems Neuroscience@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAChris J. McBain

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Interneuron(4+4); Development(2+1); Receptor(2+0); Oscillation(2+0); Synapse maturation(2+0); Synapse(1+1); Dysfunction(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Disease(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Autism(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Cannabinoids(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Body(0+1); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Channel(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Neuron(5); JNS(2); eLife(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJoseph A. Gogos

Columbia
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(7+5); Psychiatric disorder(0+4); Disease(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Structure(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Development(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Social memory(1+0); PFC(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(10+1); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Model(9+5); Gene(4+7); Behavior(2+1);
【Research】Neurogenetics; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Synapses and Circuits; Neurobiology of Disease;
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(5); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAZhou-Feng Chen

WUSTL
【Keywords】Itch(10+11); Receptor(5+0); Development(5+0); Sense(3+1); Pain(0+3); Mutant(2+0); 5-HT(2+0); Peptide receptor(2+0); Opioids(2+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Inflammatory pain(2+0); Reflex(0+2); Reward(2+0); Glutamate(1+0); Glial cell(1+0); Environment(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Perception(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Body(0+1); Touch(0+1); Posture(0+1); Descending control(1+0); Thermoregulation(1+0); Temperature(0+1); Hormone(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+2); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+2); Behavior(2+1); Model(0+2); In vivo(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Molecular and cellular mechanisms of itch sensation
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(3); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David J. AndersonYanGang Sun, Yu-Qiang Ding012004Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMark Lemley

Stanford
【Keywords】Sense(1+0); Speech(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(20);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
032838Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJianmin Cui

WUSTL
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+4); Potassium channel(1+3); Modulation(2+1); Structure(2+0); Epilepsy(1+1); Disease(0+2); Mutant(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(0+1); Sense(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); S2(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(4+4); Protein(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Molecular basis of bioelectricity and related diseases in nervous and cardiovascular systems; ion channel function and modulation; discovery of drugs that target ion channels
【Publications】Nature(3); Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard W. AldrichHua Pan, Lei Hu, Huanghe Yang, Urvi S. Lee, Dick Wu, Junqiu YangYears: 2018; Recipients: Cui, Jianmin; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanism of Bk Channel Gating@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USANicholas C. Spitzer

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Neurotransmitter(0+3); Receptor(0+3); Ion Channel(0+3); Embryo(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Differentiation(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Mutant(0+1); Signal transduction(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Neuronal differentiation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Channel(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USADan H. Sanes

NYU
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Auditory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Development and plasticity of the auditory system
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Martha Constantine-Paton, Mu-Ming Poo, Edwin W. Rubel, G Frederick WootenRamanjot Kang, Joshua S. Green, Ilona J. Miko, Maria Ter-Mikaelian, Pablo Esteban Jercog, Anne Takesian, Emma Sarro, Patricia C. MacKenzie, Aziz Hafidi, Brad N. Buran, Todd M. Mowery, Benedikt Grothe, Kent Fitzgerald, Carmen Vale, Han Xu, Merri J. Rosen, Melissa L. Caras, Antje IhlefeldXin Yu, Vibhakar C. KotakProf.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPaul M. Macey

UCLA
【Keywords】Engineering(0+2); Sleep(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPaul Mathews

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPaul Yock

Stanford
【Keywords】Transplantation(3+0); Optical(3+0); Cardiovascular(2+0); Vessel(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】Science(11);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2006 — 2007; Recipients: Yock, Paul; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Biomedical Engineering - Innovation, Design and Entreneurship Alliance Meeting (Bme-Idea), Chicago, Illinois, October 11, 2006@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJerome Engel

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAChristoph Kellendonk

Columbia
【Keywords】Cognition(4+6); Receptor(6+0); D2 receptor(5+0); Schizophrenia(2+3); Motivation(2+2); Dopamine(3+0); Thalamus(3+0); Development(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Working memory(1+1); PFC(2+0); Striatum(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); D1 receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTP(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Timing(1+0); Associative learning(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Causality(0+1); Circadian(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(4+1); Behavior(1+2); Model(1+2); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neurogenetics; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Disease;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(3); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eric R. KandelAbigail M Clark, Fernanda Carvalho Poyraz, Maxime Cazorla, Eduardo F. GalloYears: 2011 — 2015; Recipients: Kellendonk, Christoph; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Medium Spiny Neuron Excitability and Motivation@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1009920Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJonathan A. Javitch

Columbia
【Keywords】Dopamine(13+4); Receptor(11+3); Transporter(5+4); D2 receptor(5+2); Psychiatry(5+0); Neurotransmitter(2+2); Membrane(4+0); Dynamics(3+0); Regulation(0+2); Amphetamine(0+2); Cocaine(1+1); Schizophrenia(0+2); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Signal transduction(1+0); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(0+1); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Chloride(1+0); Structure(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Neurotoxicity(1+0); HIV(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Sense(1+0); Motivation(1+0); S2(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(1+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+3); Protein(2+1); Biochemistry(1+1); Behavior(2+0); Pharmacology(1+1); Biophysics(0+1); Ex vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】G-protein Coupled Receptors: Structural Bases for Pharmacological Specificity and Function; Neurotransmitter Transporters: Biophysics, Biochemistry and Regulation; Neurobiology of Disease; Biophysics/ion Channels; Models of Psychiatric Disorders;
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Solomon H. Snyder, Arthur KarlinFernanda Carvalho Poyraz, Jasmine V. Ferrer, Naomi R. Goldberg, Hideaki Yano, Eduardo F. Gallo, Steven G Grinnell, Zachary Z. FreybergJuan C. MobarecYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Javitch, Jonathan A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Probing Mechanisms of Amphetamine Action At Plasma Membrane and Vesicular Transporters in Vitro and in Vivo@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAIsaac Chiu

Harvard
【Keywords】Pain(9+9); Inflammation(11+3); Sense(5+8); Itch(3+5); Disease(1+4); Infection(3+2); Receptor(1+3); Injury(4+0); Neuropeptide(3+0); Respiratory(0+3); Somatosensory(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Glia(0+1); Microglia(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Inflammatory pain(1+0); Neuropathic pain(0+1); Stress(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Gastrointestinal(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(4+0); Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Neuro-immune Mechanisms of Pain and Inflammation
【Publications】Cell(4); Neuron(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Clifford Woolf, Tom ManiatisPingchuan MaYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Chiu, Isaac Ming-ChengWessels, Michael R; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Pain and Neuro-Immune Signaling in S. Pyogenes Pathogenesis@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958003484Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARudolph Tanzi

Harvard
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(14+1); Disease(6+2); Cognition(3+1); Aging(2+1); Alzheimer's(3+0); Infection(2+1); Peptide(1+1); Glia(0+2); Neurogenesis(1+1); Environment(2+0); Pathology(1+1); Autism(2+0); APP(1+1); Tau(1+1); Neuroinflammation(1+1); Exercise(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Huntington's disease(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Convolutional Neural Network(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+1); Human(1+1); Bird(2+0); Drosophila(2+0); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(15+3); Protein(3+3); Model(3+1); In vivo(2+0); Cell culture(0+2); Biochemistry(1+0); Virus(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Genetic, molecular and biochemical studies of Alzheimer's disease from gene discovery to model systems to novel therapeutics
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
James (Jim) F. GusellaJulien Muffat, Dora Kovacs, Wilma Wasco, Ashley I. BushYears: 2014 — 2016; Recipients: Tanzi, Rudolph Emile; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Acat Inhibitors Regulate Palmitoylated App and Abeta Production@ Massachusetts General Hospital; Matching Score: 0.907094179Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKevin Yackle

UCSF
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+4); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Sleep(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and Molecular Dissection of the Breathing Rhythm Generator
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAYanmin Yang

Stanford
【Keywords】Axon(4+1); Axonal transport(3+1); Membrane(2+0); Development(2+0); Differentiation(2+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Structure(0+1); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dystonia(1+0); Sclerosis(0+1); Sense(1+0); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(6+0); Gene(1+1); In vitro(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(8); PNAS(2); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Yang, Yanmin; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Characterizing Mechanisms Underlying Neurodegeneration in Gan@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAHenry Colecraft

Columbia
【Keywords】CA2(12+0); Calcium channel(11+0); Modulation(5+0); Ion Channel(3+1); Trafficking(4+0); Regulation(1+2); Cardiovascular(1+2); Engineering(2+1); Receptor(2+0); Muscarinic(2+0); Structure(2+0); Membrane(1+1); Disease(0+2); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Channel trafficking(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Environment(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Pain(0+1); Neuropathic pain(0+1); Imaging(0+1); A1(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Channel(12+12); Protein(3+2); Gene(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Colecraft, Henry M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Ubiquitin Regulation of K Channels in Health and Disease@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.958002475Assoc Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPaul Worley MD

JHU
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+2); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Translation(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJoshua Buckholtz

Harvard
【Keywords】Psychiatry(6+0); Cognition(3+2); Social behavior(2+2); Imaging(1+3); Dopamine(3+0); Disorder(0+3); Decision making(3+0); Development(1+1); Social(2+0); Reward(2+0); Stress(2+0); PFC(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Personality Disorders(0+1); Schizophrenia(1+0); Attention(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Fear(1+0); Aggression(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Putamen(1+0); Ventral striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(6+4); Gene(5+0); fMRI(0+2); PET(0+2); TMS(0+2); Computation(0+2); Model(2+0);
【Research】brain Circuit Mechanisms for Decision-Making in Health and Disease
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005398Assoc Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USARichard Murray

CalTech
【Keywords】Environment(2+0); Dynamics(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Artificial Systems, Robotics
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
S. Shankar SastrySudipto Sur, Michiel Jacques Van Nieuwstadt, Joseph A. Fax, Adam T. Hayes, Martha A. Gallivan, Mark B. Milam, William B. Dunbar, Domitilla Del Vecchio, Jimmy Fung, James S. Humbert, Lars B. Cremean, Demetri P. Spanos, Vijay Gupta, Zhipu Jin, Abhishek Tiwari, John M. Carson, Michael S. Epstein, Melvin E. Flores, Julia M. Braman, Ling Shi, Tichakorn Wongpiromsarn, Javad Lavaei, Ashley Moore, Andrea Censi, Nadine L. Dabby, Peter Trautman, Ophelia S. Venturelli, Huan Xu, Shuo Han, Eric M. Wolff, Marcella M. GomezYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Murray, Richard M; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Core 2: Data Science Resource Core@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1005513Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAElizabeth Mormino

Stanford
【Keywords】Neurology(10+0); Disease(6+0); Cognition(6+0); Aging(3+0); Metabolism(3+0); Imaging(3+0); Degeneration(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Tau(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Inferior frontal gyrus(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】PET(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(2); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005054Assist Prof.
NIH-NINR??Bethesda, MD, USAKatherine G. Meilleur

NIH-NINR
【Keywords】Muscle(2+4); Disease(2+2); Neuromuscular(2+1); Receptor(1+1); Disorder(2+0); Motor(2+0); Fatigue(1+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Calcium channel(0+1); Structure(1+0); Translation(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Injury(0+1); Sclerosis(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(2+1); Protein(1+2); Channel(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neuromuscular Symptoms Unit
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAChris I Baker

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Object(2+0); Perception(1+0); Vision(1+0); Memory(1+0); Skill learning(1+0); Reward(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0);
【Methods】In vitro(2+0); Gene(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Behavior(1+0); TMS(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1); eLife(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dave Perrett, Marlene Behrmann, Carl R. Olson, Nancy KanwisherViktoria Elkis, Stephanie Noelle Manchin, Cynthia S. Peng, Lalitha Chandrasekher, Joseph M. Arizpe, Brett Baribault Bankson, Sandra Truong, Caroline E. Robertson, Adam D. Steel, Dwight Jacob Kravitz, Annie Chan, Assaf Harel, Iris Groen, Wilma A. Bainbridge, Martin N. Hebart, Sue-Hyun Lee, Edward H. Silson
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAJun Shen

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Learning(5+0); Disease(3+0); Glutamate(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); GABA(0+1); Development(0+1); Adhesion(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Hypoxia(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Context(1+0); Social(1+0); Inference(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+0); Gene(2+0); In vivo(1+1); MRI(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0); Computation(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Chris A. Walsh, David P. Corey001675
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKathryn Wagner MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Muscle(0+8); Disease(0+5); Disorder(0+2); Development(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Injury(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+5); Gene(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADaeyeol Lee

JHU
【Keywords】Decision making(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Environment(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Object(0+1); Planning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Reinforcement learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Computation(0+2); Multi-electrode(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJafar Jafar

NYU
【Keywords】Stroke(0+2); Tumor(1+1); Neurology(1+0); Neuro-oncology(1+0); Blood flow(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】Cerebral blood flow and stroke
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAmin Arbabian

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(8+1); Frequency(6+0); Engineering(2+0); Depth(1+0); Phase shift(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Ultrasonic(8+1); Theory(3+0); Electrical stimulation(2+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Arbabian, Amin; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: A Wireless, Implantable Microdevice For Closed-Loop Drug Delivery to Prevent the Morbidity of Diabetes Therapy-Induced Hypoglycemia@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1001372Assist Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAYael Niv

Princeton
【Keywords】Learning(5+5); Reinforcement learning(6+3); Cognition(5+2); OFC(5+0); Attention(2+1); Fear(3+0); Dopamine(2+0); Dopamine neuron(2+0); Environment(1+1); Memory(1+1); Extinction(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Basal ganglia(1+1); Structure(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Context(1+0); Decision making(0+1); Motivation(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Ventral striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+2); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(4+0); Computation(3+1); Theory(0+3); Model(1+1); Anatomy(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Human Neuroscience ; Theory and Computation
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(4); Neuron(1); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Dayan, Daphna Joel, Jonathan D. CohenStephanie C.Y. Chan, Angela Radulescu, Sam J. Gershman, Eran Eldar, Reka Daniel, Robert C. Wilson, Angela Langdon, Nicolas Schuck, Mingbo Cai, Sarah DuBrow, Carlos G. Diuk WasserGenela Morris, Geoffrey Schoenbaum, Anastasia ChristakouYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Niv, Yael; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Orbitofrontal Cortex as a Cognitive Map of Task States@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1009230Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAViviana Gradinaru

CalTech
【Keywords】Optical(6+0); Neural Circuit(3+0); Development(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Structure(1+0); Axon(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(0+1); Motor(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Reward(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Optogenetics(4+2); Protein(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Gene(1+0); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0); fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Brain circuits, optogenetics, behavior, protein engineering, technology development for neuroscience
【Publications】Nature(6); Science(2); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1); Nature Methods(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Drug Discovery(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Paul H. Patterson, Erin M. Schuman, Karl DeisserothRyan Cho, Xiaozhe Ding, Xinhong Chen, Collin Challis, Rosemary C. Challis, Min Jee Jang, J. Elliott Robinson, Lindsay R. BremnerYears: 2018; Recipients: Gradinaru, Viviana; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Noninvasive Gene Delivery For Monitoring and Perturbing Cell Types and Circuits in Transgenic and Non-Transgenic Animals@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1010471Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKeng-Yen Huang

NYU
【Keywords】Development(3+8); Context(1+3); Psychiatry(2+0); Pediatric(0+1); Social(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Methodology(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Normal and abnormal socio-emotional development in ethnically diverse children
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanley FeldsteinYears: 2018; Recipients: Huang, Keng-YenNakigudde, Janet; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Implementing a Digital Child Mental Health Screening, Literacy, and Management Tool in Faith-Based Settings@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.933Assoc Prof.
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USAMarisela Morales

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】VTA(11+8); Reward(5+2); Addiction(2+2); Glutamate(3+0); Dopamine neuron(3+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+3); Stress(0+3); Nucleus accumbens(3+0); Hypothalamus(2+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); GABA(1+0); Structure(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Sense(1+0); Learning(1+0); Social(1+0); Optical(1+0); Insular cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Non-human primate(2+0); Rat(2+0); Human(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+1); Model(1+1); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(1+0);
【Research】Integrative Neuroscience Branch
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(5); Neuron(3); JNS(3); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Floyd E. Bloom, Eva FifkovaDylan Gilbert Sucich, David J. Barker, Jia Qi, David H. RootAlexander F. HoffmanYears: 2012; Recipients: Morales, Marisela; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Neurobiology of Psychostimulant and Opiate Addiction@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 1
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJohn H.K. Liu

UCSD
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+1); Development(0+1); Circadian(0+1); Blood flow(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlbert Lai

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaniel Fisher

Stanford
【Keywords】Evolutionary(5+1); Dynamics(4+1); Structure(3+0); Adaptation(3+0); Oscillation(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Zebrafish(2+0);
【Methods】Theory(4+0); Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Cell(1); PNAS(3); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(19);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Shuxin Li, Andrew Holmes, Dane M. ChetkovichYears: 2015 — 2017; Recipients: Fisher, Daniel W.; Code: F30; Title/Keywords: Role of Hcn Channels in Major Depressive Disorder Etiology and Treatment@ Northwestern University At Chicago; Matching Score: 1032562Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USATatyana O. Sharpee

UCSD
【Keywords】Sense(0+2); Development(0+1); Vision(0+1); Object(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAYang Sun

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(7+0); Disease(2+2); Development(1+1); Proliferation(2+0); Cell cycle(2+0); Regeneration(2+0); CNS(2+0); Axon(2+0); Inflammation(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Retina(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+1); Mouse(4+0); Rat(1+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(5+0); Model(2+1); Protein(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jie Sui009159Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USADavid Schoppik

NYU
【Keywords】Development(6+0); Vestibular(2+0); Eye Movement(2+0); Reflex(2+0); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(1+0); Pain(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(7+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Tracing(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】Studying balance to understand the general principles of neural circuit function
【Publications】Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(3); Nature Methods(1); Curr Biol.(4);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mortimer Mishkin, Manabu Tanifuji, Stephen G. Lisberger, Florian Alois Engert, Alexander SchierKristen P. D'Elia, Dena Goldblatt, Kyla Hamling, David Ehrlich, Marie Greaney, Katherine HarmonKatherine I. Nagel, Robert BakerYears: 2019; Recipients: Schoppik, David; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Functional Development of Interneurons That Mediate the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1000746Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USACorinna Darian-Smith

Stanford
【Keywords】Neurology(8+0); Neurogenesis(3+1); Injury(2+2); Thalamus(1+1); Red nucleus(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); CNS(0+1); Embryology(1+0); Spinal Cord Injury(1+0); Finger control(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); Pulvinar(1+0); Lateral nucleus(1+0); Cuneate nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(10+0); Monkey(7+0); Primate(3+1); Non-human primate(0+2); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Anatomy(2+0); Protein(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(5); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles D. Gilbert, Torsten WieselAntony Goodwin, Christina G. von der OheIan Darian-SmithYears: 2015 — 2019; Recipients: Darian-Smith, Corinna; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuronal and Behavioral Responses to Spinal Cord Injury@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915Assoc Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaTian-Ming Yang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Decision making(6+5); Perceptual learning(4+0); Reinforcement learning(4+0); OFC(4+0); Hippocampus(4+0); Bayesian(3+0); Neural network(2+1); Disorder(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Vision(2+0); Motor learning(2+0); Acquisition(2+0); Attention(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Reasoning(2+0); Reward(1+1); Autonomic(2+0); Encoding(2+0); PFC(1+1); V1(2+0); V2(2+0); V4(2+0); Entorhinal cortex(2+0); Cingulate cortex(2+0); Structure(0+1); Disease(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Face(1+0); Sequence learning(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(6+2); Macaque(1+1); Primate(2+0);
【Methods】Model(4+0); Mathematics(2+1); Behavior(0+2); Computation(1+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Neural Mechanisms of Decision-Making and Cognition
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1); eLife(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John HR Maunsell, Michael N. Shadlen, Elisabeth A. Murray001419Investigator
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAndrew Yoo

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(9+1); Reprogramming(3+3); Disease(4+2); Cell fate(2+3); Transcription(2+1); Neurogenesis(0+2); Environment(2+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); APP(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+4); C. elegans(4+0); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); Model(0+2); Bioinformatics(2+0); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Generation of human neurons by direct cell fate reprogramming and modeling late-onset neurodegenerative disorders
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Cell(4); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerald CrabtreeYears: 2018; Recipients: Yoo, Andrew; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanistic Insights Into Neurodegeneration in Huntington's Disease Using Patient-Derived Neurons Through Direct Conversion of Fibroblasts@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915002718Assoc Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAKenneth H. Fischbeck

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Disease(6+8); Muscle(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Motor Neuron(1+1); Imaging(2+0); Transcription(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Huntington's disease(0+1); Neuromuscular(1+0); Sense(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Respiratory(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+1); MRI(2+0); Virus(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neurogenetics Branch
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
U. J. McMahan, Donald L. SchotlandTrangKimberly Thu Nguyen, Al La Spada, Alexander R. McCampbell, Andrew P. Lieberman, Barrington G. Burnett, Henry Paulson, J. Paul TaylorYears: 2007 — 2018; Recipients: Fischbeck, Kenneth; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Studies of Hereditary Neurological Disease: Disease Mechanisms@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.915
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAThomas Hnasko

UCSD
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Decision making(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USABrian Clark

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(15+4); Neurogenesis(2+3); Regulation(2+2); Gliogenesis(3+0); Cell fate(1+2); Retina(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Glia(0+1); Adhesion(1+0); Disease(1+0); Vision(1+0); Learning(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(3+0); Mouse(1+1); Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Analysis of the temporally regulated program of retinal cell type specification.
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(4); JNS(1); Nature Methods(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jhumku Kohtz, Brian A. Link, Brian A. Link, Seth Blackshaw, Seth BlackshawYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Clark, Brian S ; Code: K99; Title/Keywords: Identification of the Molecular Mechanisms Mediating Intrinsic Control of Retinal Progenitor Competence@ Johns Hopkins University; Matching Score: 1001197Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARobert Sapolsky

Stanford
【Keywords】Stress(4+1); Stroke(4+0); Dendrite(3+0); Injury(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Inflammation(2+0); Social(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Evolutionary(2+0); CNS(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Infection(1+0); Toxic injury(1+0); Object recognition(1+0); Memory(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Model(2+0); Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); Ex vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Melvin Konner, Bruce S. McEwen, Wylie ValeJohannes Hugo Decker, Rudy Bellani, Lara Maria Rangel, Alireza Karimi Javan, Olu Ajilore, Deveroux Ferguson, Nate Manley, Tim Meier, L. Michael Romero, Mani/Madhuri Roy, Shawn Sorrells, Geoff Tombaugh, Olusola Alade Ajilore, Madhuri Roy, Ilana S. Hairston, Tonya Bliss, Michelle Y. Cheng, Jenny/Yun-Chia Chou, Klaus Dinkel, Ted Dumas, Ki A. Goosens, Dora Y. Ho, Heidi Horner, Lauren Jacobson, Daniela Kaufer, Angela Lee, Andrea Nicholas, William Ogle, Sarina M. Rodrigues, Kate Raley Susman, Ajai Vyas, Heng Zhao, Javier R. Caso, Andrew K. Evans, Avis Brennan HainsSundari Chetty, Christian Mirescu, John C. Wingfield, Kevin S. KinneyYears: 2009 — 2010; Recipients: Sapolsky, Robert M. ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Pro-Inflammatory Glucocorticoid Effects in the Cns@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJunjie Guo

Yale
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Computation(0+2);
【Research】Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; Molecular Biology; Neurons; RNA; Motor Neuron Disease; RNA-Binding Proteins; Computational Biology; Neurodegenerative Diseases; Genomics; RNA Transport; Frontotemporal Dementia; High-Throughput Nucleotide Sequencing.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMark Jacquin

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(3+2); Sense(0+2); Knockout(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Injury(0+1); Face(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of mammalian sensory system development, plasticity and repair
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAAurel Lazar

Columbia
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+4); Sense(0+3); Systems Neuroscience(0+2); Olfaction(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Machine(0+2); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Reaching(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Neural encoding(0+1); Decoding(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+5); Computation(0+3); Theory(0+3); In vivo(0+2); Channel(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Synapses and Circuits; Theoretical Neuroscience; Sensory Physiology;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Cristina Aurrecoechea, Mahesan Nandikesan, Anmo J. Kim, Eftychios A. Pnevmatikakis, Yevgeniy B. SlutskiyYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Lazar, Aurel; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: The Digital Fly Brain@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 1009271Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHoward Riina

NYU
【Keywords】Mutant(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Infection(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Cerebrovascular(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Surgical and endovascular treatment of cerebrovascular disorders of the brain and spinal cord
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaChun Xu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Context(1+17); Extinction(0+6); Regulation(0+5); Anxiety(1+4); Cognition(0+5); Sense(0+5); Neural Circuit(1+3); Perception(0+4); Associative learning(1+3); Fear(1+3); Encoding(0+4); Imaging(0+4); Hippocampus(0+4); Plasticity(2+0); Sensory experience(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Memory(1+1); Learning(0+2); GABAB receptor(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Environment(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Vision(0+1); Form(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Spatial navigation(0+1); Place cell(0+1); Language(0+1); Aversive(0+1); PFC(0+1); mPFC(0+1); CA2(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Bed nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Primate(0+4); Non-human primate(0+2); Human(0+2); Rodent(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Optogenetics(0+3); Tracing(0+2); Gene(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); fMRI(0+1); Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Context and Behavior
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000318Investigator
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMaxwell Heiman

Harvard
【Keywords】Glia(5+5); Dendrite(8+1); Sense(3+2); Mating(3+1); Membrane(2+1); Imaging(0+3); Structure(1+1); Glial cell(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Cell migration(1+0); Environment(0+1); Body(1+0); Morphology(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(6+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Protein(2+0);
【Research】How neurons and glia pick their partners, using C. elegans as a model
【Publications】Cell(6); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Shai ShahamIsabel Low, Ian McLachlanYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Heiman, Maxwell; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Zp Domain Proteins and Epithelial Integrity@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.901Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAF. Xavier Castellanos

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(9+1); Psychiatry(6+0); ADHD(3+2); Cognition(3+2); Imaging(3+1); Development(3+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Autism(2+0); Attention(2+0); Neuroimaging(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Causality(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Connectomics(1+0); Precuneus(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(4+1); Behavior(1+1); fMRI(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neuroimaging, neuroscience, psychopharmacology, and the genetics of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dylan Gee, Zarrar Shehzad, David Ernest Stark, Jonathan Seth Adelstein, Xi-Nian ZuoBrandon Ashinoff, Felipe Almeida Picon058934Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPaul Nuyujukian

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(17+0); Brain-Machine Interface(9+1); Dynamics(7+0); Motor cortex(6+0); Brain-Computer Interface(3+0); Translation(2+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Motor(1+0); Reaching(1+0); Motor learning(1+0); Intention(1+0); Recurrent Neural Network(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0); Primate(2+0); Macaque(1+0); Non-human primate(1+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】LFP(3+0); Algorithm(2+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); Nature Communications(2); eLife(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Krishna V. Shenoy, Jaimie M. HendersonStephen Elisha ClarkeChethan Pandarinath003196Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USARalph DiLeone

Yale
【Keywords】Disorder(0+4); Psychiatry(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Metabolism(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Appetitive(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Gene(0+1);
【Research】Feeding and Eating Disorders; Ethology; Neurobiology; Obesity; Psychiatry; Substance Abuse Detection; Natural History; Animal Nutrition Sciences.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAChih-Ying Su

UCSD
【Keywords】Receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USASusan Amara

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Transporter(11+4); Glutamate(3+1); Amino acid(4+0); Dopamine(3+0); Amphetamine(3+0); Regulation(1+1); Dopamine neuron(2+0); Cocaine(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Structure(0+1); Translation(1+0); Development(1+0); Disease(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(3+0); Channel(2+0); Gene(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology (LMCN)
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(2); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael G. RosenfeldRebecca P. Seal, Christopher Brad Divito, Susan L. Ingram, Delany Torres-Salazar, Robert J. Vandenberg, Randy D. BlakelyYears: 2002 — 2010; Recipients: Amara, Susan G.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Molecular Studies of Human Cns Glutamate Transporters@ University of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh; Matching Score: 0.919
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKenneth Carr

NYU
【Keywords】Learning(2+0); Language(2+0); Addiction(0+1); Sense(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Mathematics(15+0); Behavior(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of ingestive behavior and drug addiction
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edgar E. Coons, Eric  J. SimonSasha N Cervantes, Catherine Woods, Sandra L. Haberny, Joy Hao, Melissa  A. Stouffer, Danielle ZhengYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Carr, Kenneth D; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Food Restriction, Ampa Receptor Trafficking, and Binge Eating@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.958000099Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADiane M. Papazian

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USACarsten G Bönnemann

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Disorder(1+3); Neuromuscular(0+3); Development(2+0); Disease(2+0); Pathogenesis(0+2); Muscle(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Axon(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Pain(1+0); Touch(1+0); Oral motor(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Knowledge(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+1); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Model(2+2); Channel(1+0);
【Research】Neuromuscular and Neurogenetic Disorders of Childhood Section
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USALenore Launer

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAHongyu An

WUSTL
【Keywords】Imaging(1+13); Stroke(4+7); Metabolism(2+5); Disease(0+5); Structure(3+0); Temperature(3+0); Blood flow(0+3); Tumor(0+2); Contrast(0+2); Respiratory(0+2); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+2); Membrane(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Stress(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】PET(0+3); MRI(1+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Develop novel imaging methods to deepen our understanding on pathophysiology and improve clinical diagnosis and patient management
【Publications】Science(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(7);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000142Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKathleen Poston

Stanford
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(12+0); Cognition(5+1); Disease(2+3); Imaging(4+1); Movement disorder(3+1); Development(0+3); Disorder(2+1); Therapy(2+1); Neurology(2+0); Parkinson's(2+0); HIV(2+0); Infection(2+0); Oscillation(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Body(1+0); Motor(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); Subthalamic nucleus(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(4+0); PET(2+1); Gene(1+1); Behavior(1+0); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3); Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2015 — 2016; Recipients: Poston, Kathleen Lombard; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Working Memory in Parkinson Disease: a Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Approach@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Assoc Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USASaul Kato

UCSF
【Keywords】Cognition(0+3); Development(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Evolutionary(0+2); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Sense(0+1); Body(0+1); Learning(0+1); Associative learning(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Foundations of Cognition and Neural Computation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAArjun Masurkar

NYU
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(3+2); Cognition(2+0); Olfaction(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Memory(0+1); Entorhinal cortex(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); CA1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Alzheimer's disease and olfactory dysfunction
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wei R. ChenAssist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASandra K. Loo

UCLA
【Keywords】Disorder(0+5); Pediatric(0+3); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); ADHD(0+2); Psychiatry(0+1); Dyslexia(0+1); Autism(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAPallavi Gopal

Yale
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; Autopsy; Cell Biology; Neurons; Ribonucleoproteins; Neurodegenerative Diseases; RNA Transport; Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration; TDP-43 Proteinopathies.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USACharlotte Sumner MD

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+9); Motor Neuron(0+7); Motor(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Pathogenesis(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Sense(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Development(0+1); Axon(0+1); Axonal transport(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Form(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Protein(0+4); Channel(0+2); In vivo(0+2); In vitro(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANancy L. Wayne

UCLA
【Keywords】Regulation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Reproduction(0+1); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Neuroendocrinology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USAYeka Aponte

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Disorder(0+2); Addiction(0+2); Food Intake(0+2); Imaging(2+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Context(0+1); Connection(0+1); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); In vivo(2+0); Electrophysiology(1+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neuronal Circuits and Behavior Unit
【Publications】Science(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Jonas, Scott M. SternsonDiana C. Burk, Julia Slocomb, Justin N. Siemian, Alexandre Kisner, Sarah Sarsfield
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USACarlos Portera-Cailliau

UCLA
【Keywords】Neurology(0+2); Development(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(0+1); Fragile X(0+1); Sense(0+1); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDDK??Bethesda, MD, USAAlexxai Kravitz

NIH-NIDDK
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(6+0); Addiction(4+1); Psychiatry(4+0); D2 receptor(3+0); Cocaine(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Dopamine(2+0); GABA(2+0); Disorder(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Motor(2+0); Learning and memory(2+0); Social(2+0); Food Intake(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Stress(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Structure(1+0); Neuroplasticity(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Spatial learning(1+0); Reward(1+0); Body temperature(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Rodent(2+0);
【Methods】Optogenetics(4+0); In vivo(3+0); Behavior(3+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Eating and Addiction Section, Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Obesity Branch
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(4); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael P. Nusbaum, Anatol C. KreitzerMichael W PrestonYears: 2011 — 2012; Recipients: Kravitz, Alexxai V; Code: F32; Title/Keywords: The Role of the Direct and Indirect Striatal Pathways in Movement and Learning@ J. David Gladstone Institutes; Matching Score: 0.975003215
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASotiris C. Masmanidis

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAMiguel Holmgren

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Membrane(2+6); Ion Channel(2+2); Regulation(2+1); Axon(3+0); Transporter(1+1); Adaptation(1+1); Potassium channel(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Translation(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Form(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(6+0); Protein(1+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Molecular Neurophysiology Section
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(5); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary YellenDaniel Basilio, Francisco Bezanilla, Teresa GiraldezYears: 2012 — 2018; Recipients: Holmgren, Miguel; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Rna Editing of Ion Channels and Pumps@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 1
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAngus Nairn

Yale
【Keywords】Disease(0+4); Signal transduction(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Huntington's(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Learning(0+1); Reward(0+1); Striatum(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+3); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Dopamine; Huntington Disease; Parkinson Disease; Protein Kinases; Psychiatry; Schizophrenia; Signal Transduction.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKilian M Pohl

Stanford
【Keywords】Alcohol(8+2); Psychiatry(7+0); Imaging(7+0); Development(3+2); Aging(4+1); Structure(4+0); Disease(2+2); Disorder(3+1); White matter(4+0); HIV(2+1); Tumor(3+0); Cognition(2+1); Neuroimaging(2+1); Adolescent development(2+0); CNS(2+0); Infection(2+0); Schizophrenia(1+1); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Intelligence(2+0); Machine learning(1+1); Machine(2+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Biomarker(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Drug dependence(1+0); Vision(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Motor control(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Regularization(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Precuneus(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Virus(2+1); Anatomy(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Pharmacology(2+0); Model(2+0); Algorithm(2+0); MRI(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002103Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAStephen A Baccus

Stanford
【Keywords】Retina(5+7); Vision(1+7); Adaptation(5+1); Synapse(1+1); Object motion(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Axon(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Perception(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Object(0+1); Context(0+1); Timing(1+0); Predictive coding(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(3+1); Model(1+1); Behavior(1+0); Theory(0+1); Mathematics(0+1); Statistics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); JNS(3); PNAS(2); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAClifford Hume

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Transcription(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Hair cell(0+2); Disease(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASamantha J. Butler

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAWerner Doyle

NYU
【Keywords】Epilepsy(1+3); Modulation(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Seizure(0+1); Auditory(1+0); Planning(0+1); Art(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Channel(1+0); Behavior(1+0); EEG(1+0); MEG(1+0);
【Research】Interactive image-directed epilepsy surgery
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Human Behaviour(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARosalind Segal

Harvard
【Keywords】Axon(7+3); Tumor(4+5); Sense(0+9); Development(5+3); Receptor(6+0); Degeneration(2+3); Neurotrophin(4+0); Pediatric(2+2); Touch(0+3); Regulation(1+1); Therapy(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Signal transduction(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Intracellular signaling(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Translation(1+0); Glia(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); CNS(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Form(0+1); Pain(0+1); Olfaction(1+0); Temperature(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+2); Gene(0+2);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of Proliferation and Survival in Neural development
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2); Trends In Neurosciences(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David J. L. Luck, Charles D. StilesSara J. Fenstermacher, Sarah Raissi, Heather M. Heerssen, Yoojin J. Choi, Stephanie L. Courchesne, Rochelle M. Witt, Katharina E. Cosker, Kristina J. RehmYears: 2018; Recipients: Segal, Rosalind A.; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Ph.D. Training in Neuroscience@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1015347Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAH. Robert Horvitz

MIT
【Keywords】5-HT(0+2); Development(0+2); Disease(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Aging(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Environment(0+1); Mitochondria(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Huntington's disease(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Muscle(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+7); C. elegans(4+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+5); Channel(2+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】A simple nervous system; Understanding neurodegeneration
【Publications】Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Walter Gilbert, James D. Watson, Sydney BrennerYin Li, Iva Susan Greenwald, Paul W. Sternberg, Edwin Chip L. Ferguson, Ronald E Ellis, Michael Andrew Herman, Junying Yuan, Scott G Clark, Steven L. McIntire, Gregory Beitel, Shai Shaham, Yi-Chun Wu, Tory G. Herman, Xiaowei Lu, Gillian Stanfield, Bradley Michael Hersh, Peter W. Reddien, Craig Joseph Ceol, Melissa M Harrison, Erik C. Andersen, Shunji Nakano, Victor Ambros, Andrew D. Chisholm, Yishi Jin, Erik Jorgensen, Joshua M. Kaplan, Michael R. Koelle, Niels Ringstad, Gary Ruvkun, Gian Garriga, Cori Bargmann, Dengke K. MaProf.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJiangbing Zhou

Yale
【Keywords】Therapy(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Cell therapy(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2);
【Research】Biocompatible Materials; Biomedical Engineering; Brain Injuries; Brain Neoplasms; Genetic Therapy; Drug Delivery Systems; Stroke; Nanomedicine; Cell- and Tissue-Based Therapy.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USACatherine E. Lang

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(27+2); Therapy(7+0); Neurology(4+0); Muscle(4+0); Finger(3+0); Motor(1+1); Motor cortex(2+0); Environment(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Effective and efficient, individualized neurorehabilitation
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Amy Jo BastianJoanne M. Wagner, Justin A. Beebe, Dustin D. HardwickYears: 2018; Recipients: Lang, Catherine; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Doctoral Training Program in Movement Science@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915007034Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMeredith E. Jackrel

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disease(-1+6); Engineering(0+4); Neurodegenerative disease(2+1); Plasticity(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Machine(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Structure(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); C. elegans(0+2); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+10); Model(1+5); Gene(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Protein folding and misfolding, and the engineering and application of protein disaggregases to reverse misfolding
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAAi Yamamoto

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(3+4); Membrane(2+2); Trafficking(0+4); Receptor(3+0); Transgenic(2+0); Transporter(1+1); Degeneration(0+2); Dysfunction(2+0); Huntington's disease(2+0); Context(0+2); Mutant(1+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Dopamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Environment(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); CNS(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Aging(0+1); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Body(1+0); Motor(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+5); Model(4+0); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Roles of macroautophagy in the healthy and diseased CNS; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Disease; Protein trafficking;
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
René HenJoanna M DragichYears: 2018; Recipients: Yamamoto, Ai; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Selective Autophagy in Parkinson'Sdisease@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1010125Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAThomas Anderson

Stanford
【Keywords】Memory(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jim M. LoBue, Susanna Leigh Widicus Weaver047177Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARoberto Malinow

UCSD
【Keywords】Synapse(0+3); AMPA receptor(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); LTP(0+1); LTD(0+1); Development(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Depression(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Concept(0+1); Fear(0+1); Optical(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+2); Monkey(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKarl Deisseroth

Stanford
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(6+0); Optical(5+1); Gamma rhythm(4+0); Anxiety(3+0); Development(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Sense(2+0); Social(2+0); Engineering(1+1); Amygdala(2+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Psychiatry(0+1); Cocaine(1+0); Motor(1+0); Memory(1+0); Fear(1+0); Reward(1+0); Stress(1+0); Neural encoding(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Motor cortex(1+0); PFC(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Globus pallidus(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Optogenetics(12+1); Behavior(3+1); In vivo(2+0); Gene(1+0); Channel(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(10); Science(4); Cell(1); Neuron(1); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard W. Tsien, Robert C. MalenkaMatt Brodsky, Minsuk Hyun, Jenelle Liane Wallace, Anna Jaffe, Kathryn E Evans, Viviana Gradinaru, Logan Grosenick, Sam Vesuna, Sung-Yon Kim, William E. Allen, Yoon Seok Kim, Ethan B Richman, Feng Zhang, Daniel J. O'Shea, Raag D. Airan, Hsing-Chen Tsai, Murtaza Mogri, Kelly Anne Zalocusky, Masatoshi Inoue, Conor Liston, Jeanne T Paz, Vikaas Singh Sohal, Raju Tomer, Li Ye, Shih-Chun (David) Lin, Avishek Adhikari, Aaron Samuel Andalman, Talia N. Lerner, James H. Marshel, Emily L. Sylwestrak, Sarah M. Bhagat, Tim Machado, Antonia Drinnenberg, Yiming Chen, Polina Anikeeva, Kay M. Tye, Ilka Diester, Ofer Yizhar, Ilana B. Witten, Melissa R. Warden, Matthew Lovett-Barron, Thomas J. DavidsonYears: 2018; Recipients: Deisseroth, Karl A.; Code: R37; Title/Keywords: Structural and Molecular Identification of Circuitry Underlying Joint Processing of Motivation and Aversion@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958075510Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALuis de Lecea

Stanford
【Keywords】Neuropeptide(4+0); Modulation(2+0); Hypothalamus(2+0); Locus coeruleus(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Regulation(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Form(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Body temperature(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Stress(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Optogenetics(4+0); Behavior(3+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Floyd E. Bloom, J Gregor SutcliffeMatthew E. Carter, Jana Schaich-Borg, William J. Giardino, Susan M. Tyree, Jeremy C. Borniger, Kimberly J. Jennings, Natalie Nevárez, Veronique Fabre, Benjamin Boutrel, Antoine Adamantidis, Asya Rolls, Ada Eban-Rothschild, Jeff JonesKarl Deisseroth, Thomas S. Kilduff, Sara E. Rubio, Steven J. HenriksenYears: 2019; Recipients: Appelbaum, Lior YosefDe Lecea, Luis; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Functional Heterogeneity of Hypocretin Neurons@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1023549Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAIlana Witten

Princeton
【Keywords】Dopamine neuron(5+0); Reward(1+2); Striatum(2+1); Auditory(2+0); Learning(2+0); Social(1+1); Encoding(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Vision(1+0); Motor(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Neural encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Optogenetics(4+0); Behavior(1+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(6); Neuron(2); JNS(2); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lee Silver, Michael J. Berry, Eric I. Knudsen, Karl DeisserothHee Jae Jang, Jung Yoon Choi, Lindsay C Willmore, Anna Zhukovskaya, Alejandro Pan Vazquez, Malavika Murugan, Junuk LeeEsteban A. EngelYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Witten, Ilana; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Subcortical Neural Coding and Dynamics@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.915003059Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAUtkan Demirci

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(3+0); Development(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Reproduction(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Channel(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Butrus (Pierre) Thomas Khuri-Yakub, Krishna C. SaraswatYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Demirci, UtkanSoh, Hyongsok Tom [⬀] ; Code: R25; Title/Keywords: Canary Cancer Research Education Summer Training (Canary Crest) Program@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAMarshall Hussain Shuler