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UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJoseph Sisneros

UW
【Keywords】Auditory(0+10); Frequency(0+6); Hair cell(0+4); Receptor(0+2); Plasticity(0+2); Environment(0+2); Vocal communication(0+2); Encoding(0+2); Neural encoding(0+2); Dynamics(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJames Babb

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(5+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(2+0); Therapy(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Autonomic(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(5+0); Theory(2+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
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【Reviews】Physical Review(13);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002675Assoc Prof.
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADoris A. Trauner

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+11); Disorder(0+5); Vision(0+4); Development(0+3); Autism(0+2); Perinatal(0+2); Stroke(0+2); Motor(0+2); Planning(0+2); Attention(0+2); Metabolism(0+2); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); MRI(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARoseanna Nellie Zia

Stanford
【Keywords】Dynamics(0+2); Structure(1+0); Disease(0+1); Exploration(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(1+3); Computation(0+2); Model(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USAMark R. Cookson

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(9+5); Alpha-synuclein(0+7); LRRK2(6+0); Disease(2+3); Body(2+2); Membrane(1+2); Pathology(3+0); Vulnerability(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Knockout(1+0); Structure(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Trafficking(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Aging(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Sclerosis(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Pulvinar(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+2); Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(5+5); Protein(3+1); Model(0+2); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John HardyDavid N HauserLuigi BubaccoYears: 2018; Recipients: Cookson, Mark; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Leucine Rich Repeat Kinase 2 and Domitly Inherited Parkinson Disease@ Aging; Matching Score: 0.915
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlapakkam P. Sampath

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Music(6+0); Respiratory(2+0); Perception(1+0); Body(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Language(1+0); Speech(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Methodology(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Oded Ben-Tal, Loren C. Burns, Damian Keller, Unjung Nam, Nurit K. Jugend, Michael D. Gurevich, Randal J. Leistikow, Woon S. Yeo, Gregory K. SellYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Berger, JonathanZumberge, Mark [⬀] Agnew, Duncan Carr (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Mri: Development of An Integrated Borehole Geodetic and Seismic Sensor@ University of California-San Diego Scripps Inst of Oceanography; Matching Score: 0.954000125Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJulia Salzman

Stanford
【Keywords】Environment(4+0); Development(3+0); Regulation(1+1); Differentiation(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Motor(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); Virus(3+0); Model(3+0); Computation(0+1); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Genetics(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2016 — 2021; Recipients: Salzman, Julia; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Career: Dissecting the Biogenesis and Function of Circular Rna in Simple Eukaryotes@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1003562Assist 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.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJun Huh

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(1+2); Disease(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+3); Drosophila(6+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Bacteria, immune cells and neurodevelopment
【Publications】Cell(4); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000629Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAndrew Ng

Stanford
【Keywords】Learning(8+0); Machine learning(7+0); Reinforcement learning(2+0); Spectral(1+0); Language(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Sparse coding(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Regularization(1+0); Robot(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】NIPS(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
115383Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAzad Bonni

WUSTL
【Keywords】Dendrite(3+5); Development(2+5); Transcription(4+1); Differentiation(2+3); Axon(2+3); Cell cycle(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Synapse(0+2); Disease(1+1); Neurotrophin(1+0); Gliogenesis(1+0); Axon growth(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Autism(0+1); Aging(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Concept(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); Protein(1+1);
【Research】Regulation of neuronal connectivity in brain development and disease
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(6); Cell(11); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Progress In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael E. GreenbergGenevieve Konopka, Esther B E Becker, Maria Kristiina Lehtinen, Aryaman K. Shalizi, Parizad Maheyar Bilimoria, Mai Anh Huynh, Yue Yang, Sidharth Venkata Puram, Nadia Kathryn Litterman, Luis Antonio Mejia, Arezu Jahani Asl, Albert H. Kim, Kah Leong Lim, Judith Stegmuller, Chi Zhang, Yoshiho IkeuchiYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Bonni, Azad; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Regulation of Neuronal Connectivity by Ubiquitin Pathways@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.957020854Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAFelice Dunn

UCSF
【Keywords】Bipolar(0+9); Disease(0+4); Synapse(0+3); Vision(0+3); Retina(0+3); Photoreceptor(0+3); Degeneration(0+2); Structure(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Anatomy and function of retinal circuits under normal and disease states
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAElizabeth Phelps

NYU
【Keywords】Amygdala(10+0); Emotion(8+1); Fear(6+0); Cognition(3+1); Extinction(4+0); Disorder(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+1); Perception(2+0); Memory(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Learning(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Acquisition(1+0); Reconsolidation(1+0); Attention(1+0); Reward(1+0); Stress(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(9+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Behavior(2+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Cognitive neuroscience of emotion, learning and memory
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(4); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William Hirst, Marcia K. Johnson, Michael Gazzaniga, Joseph E. LedouxAhmet O. Ceceli, Jon Freeman, Laura A. Thomas, Kristen A. Stedenfeld, Dominic S. Fareri, David C. Johnson, Marianne C. Reddan, Elizabeth V. Goldfarb, Jennifer K. Lenow, Karolina M. Lempert, Adam Anderson, Ellen Sumie Funayama, Andreas Olsson, Tali Sharot, Sara Levens, Annemieke Apergis-Schoute, Annemieke M. Schoute, Peter Sokol-Hessner, Emma Ferneyhough, Catherine Hartley, Nina Galbraith Curley, Candace Marie Raio, Oriel FeldmanHall, Kevin LaBar, Ulrike Rimmele, Sonya Dougal, Daniela Schiller, Jian Li, Tobias Brosch, Jennifer T. Kubota, Mauricio Delgado, Christine A. Rabinak, Damian Alexander Stanley, Lauren Y. AtlasJoseph E. Ledoux, Sam LingYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Phelps, Elizabeth Anya; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Stress, Arousal and Mood: Affective Influences On Decisions Under Uncertainty@ New York University; Matching Score: 1038825Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAElizabeth Engle

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(8+4); Disorder(5+3); Axon(2+3); Vision(4+0); Imaging(3+1); Axon guidance(3+0); Motor(3+0); Muscle(3+0); Axon growth(1+1); Disease(0+2); Developmental Disorder(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Autism(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Face(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(1+0); Connection(0+1); LIP(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(10+3); Mouse(1+1); Zebrafish(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(6+3); MRI(3+0); Model(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cranial axon growth and guidance
【Publications】Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
E. Tessa Hedley-Whyte, Edward P. Richardson Jr.Matthew Frederick Rose006480Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAlan G Cheng

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(7+4); Development(7+2); Regeneration(7+0); Sense(3+0); Therapy(2+0); Membrane(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Cell fate(0+1); Reprogramming(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pain(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Vestibular(1+0); Temperature(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(5+0);
【Methods】In vivo(2+1); Gene(1+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(5); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mamiko NiwaYears: 2019; Recipients: Cheng, Alan Gi-Lun; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mouse Vestibular Regeneration and Function@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJeremy Nathans MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Receptor(0+7); Development(0+5); Knockout(0+1); Axon guidance(0+1); Disease(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Retina(0+1); Body(0+1); Hair cell(0+1); Context(0+1); Blood brain barrier(0+1); Thalamus(0+1); Parafascicular nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USANicholas Turk-Browne

Yale
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】.
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【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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPhilip Wong

JHU
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+4); Transgenic(0+1); Knockout(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Abeta(0+1); Biomarker(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Model(0+4); Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAChristopher Lock

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(10+0); Demyelinating(6+0); Sclerosis(5+0); Inflammation(4+0); Cytokine(3+0); Sleep(3+0); GABA(2+0); Peptide(2+0); Neurology(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Human(4+0);
【Methods】Gene(5+0); Microarray(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004099Assoc Prof.
NIH-NHGRI??Bethesda, MD, USADiana Bianchi

NIH-NHGRI
【Keywords】Down Syndrome(1+6); Development(3+3); Translation(4+0); Therapy(0+4); Stress(0+3); Neurogenesis(0+2); Neuroinflammation(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); Neuronal differentiation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Disease(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Fragile X(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Body(0+1); Neuroethics(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Sexual differentiation(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+3); Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Gene(2+5); Model(2+1); Behavior(1+0); Microarray(0+1);
【Research】Prenatal Genomics & Therapy Section
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJeffrey Ojemann

UW
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+4); Neurology(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Touch(0+2); Brain-Computer Interface(0+2); Learning(0+2); Language(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Temporal lobe(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】ECoG(0+8); Behavior(0+2); fMRI(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAPaola Arlotta

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(6+3); Disease(4+4); Dynamics(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Reprogramming(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Spine(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Brain injury(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Sense(0+1); Context(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(7+6); Stem Cell(2+2); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Model(4+2); Cell culture(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Investigation of the molecular mechanisms governing development and reprogramming of neuronal subtypes in the
mammalian cerebral cortex.
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jeffrey D. MacklisMohammed A Mostajo-Radji, Simona Lodato, Randall J Platt, Giorgia Quadrato, Caroline Rouaux, Ashwin S. Shetty, Bradley J. Molyneaux, Xin Jin, Bruna S. PaulsenDaniel R. BergerYears: 2018; Recipients: Arlotta, Paola; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 3 Arlotta@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 0.934Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAChristopher Lee-Messer

Stanford
【Keywords】Epilepsy(2+2); Development(3+1); Stroke(3+1); Transplantation(3+0); Disorder(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Machine learning(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Disease(0+1); Pediatric(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Signal processing(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Macaque(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+0); EEG(4+0); Optogenetics(3+1); Computation(2+0); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); Cerebral Cortex(2); Neural Computation(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rachel Wong001184Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USACamillo Padoa-Schioppa

WUSTL
【Keywords】OFC(9+6); Environment(2+0); Cognition(1+1); Learning(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Motor cortex(2+0); Primary motor cortex (M1)(2+0); Disorder(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Body(0+1); Motor(1+0); Motor learning(1+0); Memory(1+0); Context(0+1); Concept(1+0); Encoding(0+1); Neural encoding(1+0); Frontal lobe(0+1); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); vACC(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(5+1); Non-human primate(0+2); Human(0+1); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(3+1); Behavior(0+3); Model(3+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of economic decisions
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(4); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emilio Bizzi, John A. AssadRuilong Hu, Anantha Raghuraman, Jue Xie, Katherine E. Conen, Weikang Shi, Masaru Kuwabara, Ahmad Jezzini, Xinying CaiElsa Addessi, Elisabetta Visalberghi, Aldo Rustichini, Timothy E. HolyYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Padoa-Schioppa, Camillo; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: A Mouse Model of Economic Decisions.@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1004190Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABeth Darnall

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(34+26); Development(3+1); Therapy(0+2); Opioids(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Learning(1+1); Context(0+2); Structure(1+0); CNS(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Addiction(1+0); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Pain perception(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+3); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Darnall, Beth DeniseMackey, Sean C [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Single Session Pain Catastrophizing Treatment: Comparative Efficacy & Mechanisms@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMichael Shadlen

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(7+0); Decision making(2+2); Sense(2+0); Visual motion(2+0); Memory(0+2); Neural codes(2+0); LIP(2+0); Synchrony(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Perception(1+0); Reasoning(0+1); Reward(1+0); Decoding(1+0); PFC(1+0); PPC(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(4+0); Human(1+1); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(3+0); Behavior(2+0); Psychophysics(2+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Synapses and Circuits; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(4); Cerebral Cortex(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ralph D. Freeman, William T. NewsomeRebecca C. Hendrickson, Nicholas Singletary, Yul H R Kang, Jamie Roitman, Mark Mazurek, Timothy D. Hanks, Roozbeh Kiani, Peter B. Meilstrup, Shinichiro Kira, Anne K. Churchland, Jochen Ditterich, Joshua Gold, Peter Janssen, Roozbeh Kiani, S Shushruth, Luke Woloszyn, Danique Jeurissen, Natalie Steinemann, Matthew Leon, Alex C. Huk, Tianming Yang, Victor de Lafuente, Luc PJ Selen, Mehrdad Jazayeri, Christopher R. FetschThom Carney, John Palmer, J Anthony Movshon, Kenneth H. BrittenYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Shadlen, MichaelShohamy, Daphna [⬀] Bakkour, Akram (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Episodic Memory Contributions to Value-Based Decision Making@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 0.915029677Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAndrew Kai Tak Wong

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALars Steinmetz

Stanford
【Keywords】Transcription(5+2); Disease(1+6); Regulation(2+1); Cell line(3+0); Development(1+1); Cell cycle(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Microglia(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); Environment(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Learning(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Pons(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+1); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+6); Protein(1+0); Microarray(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(8); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); PNAS(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Genetics(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
017678Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMichael Frank

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(17+0); Language(10+2); Learning(8+1); Development(7+0); Social(4+1); Attention(4+0); Reasoning(3+0); Inference(3+0); Vision(2+0); Bayesian(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Autism(1+0); Color(1+0); Object(1+0); Face(1+0); Intention(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Speech(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Word meaning(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】Model(4+0); Behavior(2+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(8);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lera Boroditsky, Scott P. Johnson, Michael Ramscar, Edward Gibson, Joshua TenenbaumMika Braginsky, Molly Lewis, Daniel YurovskyHarry Joel TilyYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Frank, MichaelPotts, Christopher (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Reu Site: Language, Cognition and Computation@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915009543Assoc Prof.
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.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USARichard Wurtman

MIT
【Keywords】APP(0+11); Alzheimer's disease(1+6); Neurotransmitter(0+6); Sleep(0+6); Hormone(0+5); Receptor(0+4); Membrane(0+4); Disease(0+4); 5-HT(0+3); Rhythm(0+3); Acetylcholine(0+2); Dendrite(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Spine(0+2); Glutamate(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Environment(0+1); CNS(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Form(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Pineal gland(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5); Rat(1+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+3); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Effects of Drugs, Foods and Diseases on Brain Neurotransmitters and Behavior; Melatonin; Alzheimer's Disease; Precursor Control of Brain Phospholipid Synthesis
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Dews, Julius AxelrodFionnuala Doyle, Sherman Elspas, Chi-man Lo, George Marzloff, Charlotte Mauron, Taso Pittas, Kerry J. Ressler, Ingrid Richardson, Michael A. Rogawski, Ben W. Strowbridge, Carol Watkins, Leslie C. Griffith, Samuel Andrew Hires, Divakar S. Mithal, Kay M. Tye, Danielle H. Guez, Luke Ian Schmitt, Krzysztof Blusztajn, Ben Caballero, Hillel Chiel, Lydia Conlay, Shaun Coughlin, Doug Faller, Steven A. Farber, John Fernstrom, Madelyn Fernstrom, Candy Gibson, Bob Hoeldtke, Pam Holbrook, Sarah Holguin, Todd Holmes, Orest Hurko, Darell Jackson, Ignacio Lopez, Tony McCall, Ed Meyer, Retsina M. Meyer, Bill Millington, Ken Minneman, Yoshi Ozaki, Doug Pettibone, John Reinhard, Judy Schaechter, Eliot Spindel, Alan Sved, Tina Van Itallie, Reid von Borstel, Steve Zeisel, Amy M. Pooler, Ian Acworth, Luisa Airoldi, Rafael Alonso, Wataru Araki, Aygul Balcioglu, Amnon Brzezinski, Levent Buyukuysal, Mehmet Cansev, Daniel P. Cardinali, Enrico De MIcheli, Andy Dollins, Matthew During, Andreas Erfurth, Gary Evoniuk, Nick Finer, Rebecca Franco-Bourland, Alain Gardier, Illana Gozes, Carol Greenwood, John Herbert Growdon, Franz Hefti, Kaoru Irie, Jesus Jimenez, Seppo Kaakkola, SunHee Kim, Stefan Knapp, Michael Kreutz, Blandine Laferrere, Michael Lavyne, Hendrik Lehnert, Jianxue Li, Harris Lieberman, Moti Liscovitch, Bertha Madras, Jean-Claude Maire, Eldad Melamed, Rita Messing, Mike Moscowitz, Greg Mueller, Roger M. Nitsch, Masahiko Nomura, Larissa Pohorecky, Barbara Sahakian, Toshi Sakamoto, Vahide Savci, Joachim Schulz, Barbara Slack, David Henry Small, Maria Teresa Tacconi, Lisa Teather, Olga Tjurmina, Ismail Ulus, Franz Waldhauser, Lei Wang, Chuansong Wang, Shlomo Yehuda, Irina Zhdanova, Michael ZigmondTim MaherProf.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USABarbara Slusher, MAS

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; .
【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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoshua S. Shimony

WUSTL
【Keywords】Resting state(3+1); Neurology(1+0); Injury(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(2+6); fMRI(2+0); Model(0+2);
【Research】Translational Brain MRI Clinical Applications; Neurophysiology Modeling Using MRI Methods
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAD. S. Fahmeed Hyder

Yale
【Keywords】Imaging(0+2); Therapy(0+1); Energy metabolism(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Bird(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Biomedical Engineering; Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Neoplasms by Histologic Type; Neurosciences; Radiology; Molecular Probes.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAVarghese John

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

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADavid Christopher Sussillo

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMaarten Lansberg

Stanford
【Keywords】Stroke(50+5); Imaging(15+1); Therapy(10+1); Neurology(7+0); Hemorrhage(4+0); Disease(3+0); Development(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Vision(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Cerebrovascular(1+0); Vessel(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(7+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(3); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
012452Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAErik S. Musiek

WUSTL
【Keywords】Circadian clock(4+3); Disease(5+1); Stress(3+3); Neurology(3+0); Aging(1+2); Biomarker(3+0); Regulation(1+1); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Tau(2+0); Circadian(1+1); Sleep(2+0); Bmal1(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Alzheimer's(1+0); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Injury(0+1); Timing(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(3+0); MRI(3+0); Model(0+2); Gene(1+0); Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration, with interest in circadian clock genes and oxidative stress
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003365Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAHaig Keshishian

Yale
【Keywords】Embryo(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Optical(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NEI??Bethesda, MD, USABruce Cumming

NIH-NEI
【Keywords】Vision(5+2); V1(7+0); Sense(3+0); Perception(2+1); Eye Movement(3+0); Visual cortex(3+0); V2(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Striate cortex(1+0); Depth(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Context(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Connection(0+1); FEF(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(2+1); Human(1+1); Macaque(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+2); Psychophysics(0+2); Computation(0+2); Behavior(1+0); Single-unit recording(0+1); Awake(0+1); Computational Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stuart John Judge, Andrew ParkerHolly Bridge, Adrian Gopnik Bondy, Ralf Haefner, Hendrikje Nienborg, Ali Moeeny, Jenny C.A. Read, Christine Bredfeldt, Seiji TanabeYears: 2014; Recipients: Cumming, Bruce G; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Internal Monitoring of Eye Movement in Schizophrenia@ National Eye Institute; Matching Score: 0.925006002
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.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAGloria Choi

MIT
【Keywords】Sense(1+4); Learning(0+3); Olfaction(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Context(0+1); Social(1+0); Entrainment(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David J. AndersonAlec Graham SheffieldAssist Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USASusumu Tonegawa

MIT
【Keywords】Memory(4+9); Learning and memory(0+5); Transgenic(0+2); Mutant(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Learning(0+1); Long-term memory(0+1); Attention(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Short-term memory(0+1); Speech(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Reward(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+8); Human(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+7); Behavior(1+2); In vivo(0+2); In vitro(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Channel(0+1); Virus(0+1); EEG(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Masaki Hayashi, Renato DulbeccoAngie Chiang, Walter M. Fischler, Alexander J. Murphy, Teruhiro Okuyama, Sangyu Xu, Alexander J. Rivest, Bridget Dolan, Emily Hueske, Steve Ramirez, Dheeraj S. Roy, Xiangyu Zhang, Peter Mombaerts, Heather L. Hinds, Thomas J. McHugh, Arvind Govindarajan, Joshua Sarinana, Andrea Bari, Gishnu Das, George Dragoi, Z. Josh Huang, Patricio T. Huerta, Ray Kelleher, Keigo Kohara, Christiaan N. Levelt, Rosario Moratalla, Corey B. Puryear, Tomás J. Ryan, Joe Tsien, Kuan H. Wang, Lei Wang, Hongkui Zeng, Hae-Yoon Jung, Junghyup Suh, Ariel Kamsler, Arvind Govindarajan, Derek L. Buhl, Xu Liu, Michele Pignatelli di Spinazzola, Mark D. Morrissey, Shruti Muralidhar, Adrian C. Hayday, Yoshikazu Kurosawa, Alcino J. Silva, Kazu Nakazawa, Laure Rondi-Reig, Matthew Peter Anderson, Thomas J. McHugh, Jennie Z. Young, Sophie Renaudineau, Roger Redondo, Joshua Sarinana, Takashi Kitamura, Tobias Denninger, Shigeyoshi Itohara, Christopher J. MacDonald, Hitoshi Sakano, Kazu Nakazawa, Tsuyoshi Miyakawa, Jennie Z. Young, Jun YamamotoSumantra Shona Chattarji, Reha S. Erzurumlu , Noboru Hiroi, Matthew A. Wilson, Mikhail Y. FrenkelYears: 2007 — 2008; Recipients: Tonegawa, Susumu; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Core 2: Maintaining Genetically Engineered Mice For Collaborations@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAC Garrison Fathman

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(5+7); Therapy(5+4); Transcription(1+1); Development(1+1); Pathogenesis(1+1); Aging(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Environment(1+0); Dendrite(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Inflammation(1+0); Injury(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Steroid(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Mouse(2+1); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+4); Model(1+3); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】PNAS(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADaniel Storm

UW
【Keywords】Memory(0+12); Transcription(0+6); Circadian(0+6); Sleep(0+5); Oscillation(0+4); Memory Consolidation(0+4); Hippocampus(0+4); Long-term memory(0+2); Acquisition(0+2); Consolidation(0+2); CA1(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDCR??Bethesda, MD, USAMark Hoon

NIH-NIDCR
【Keywords】Itch(8+0); Pain(5+0); Peptide(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Sense(1+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】Molecular Genetics Unit
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(5); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJames W. Bisley

UCLA
【Keywords】Spatial attention(0+1); Somatosensory(0+1); Memory(0+1);
【Models】
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【Research】
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【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
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAAllan Basbaum

UCSF
【Keywords】Pain(0+9); Development(0+3); CNS(0+3); Injury(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); TRP channel(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Axon(0+1); Sense(0+1); Attention(0+1); V1(0+1); A1(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Channel(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】The Neurobiological Basis of Pain and its Control
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaZhen Liu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT)(1+4); Transgenic(1+3); Differentiation(0+3); Reprogramming(0+3); CRISPR/Cas9(2+0); Development(0+2); Embryo(1+1); Reproduction(0+2); MeCP2(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Clone(0+1); Embryology(0+1); Disease(1+0); Timing(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(8+11); Stem Cell(2+9); Human(1+4); Mouse(2+1); Non-human primate(0+2); Primate(0+2); Macaque(1+0); Cynomolgus(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); Model(1+2); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Reproductive Engineering in Primates
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000551Investigator
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJeffrey Holt

Harvard
【Keywords】Hair cell(22+4); Sense(4+4); Vestibular(7+1); Auditory(5+2); Ion Channel(5+1); Development(4+2); Therapy(5+1); Adaptation(4+1); Disorder(2+2); Dysfunction(1+2); Imaging(1+2); Receptor(1+1); Acquisition(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Structure(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Disease(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(11+0); Stem Cell(5+0); Human(2+1);
【Methods】Gene(9+3); Model(3+0); Channel(2+0); In vivo(2+0); Protein(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Transduction in Hair Cells of the Mammalian Inner Ear
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ruth Anne Eatock, David P. CoreyMichaela Levin, Ye Hyun Kim, Jessica R. Risner, Eric A. Stauffer, Geoffrey C. Horwitz, Charles Askew, Xiao Ping LiuYears: 2001 — 2011; Recipients: Holt, Jeffrey R; Code: R01R56Activity Code Description:To provide limited interim research support based on the merit of a pending R01 application while applicant gathers additional data to revise a new or competing renewal application. This grant will underwrite highly meritorious applications that if given the opportunity to revise their application could meet IC recommended standards and would be missed opportunities if not funded. Interim funded ends when the applicant succeeds in obtaining an R01 or other competing award built on the R56 grant. These awards are not renewable.; Title/Keywords: Ion Channel Function in Auditory &Vestibular Hair Cells@ University of Virginia Charlottesville; Matching Score: 0.957005059Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAIone Fine

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Object recognition(0+1); Face(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+1); Behavior(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAUlrich Hengst

Columbia
【Keywords】Translation(11+3); Axon(8+5); Development(5+3); Regulation(4+0); Degeneration(2+1); Membrane(2+0); Reprogramming(2+0); Trafficking(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Injury(0+2); Body(0+2); Hippocampus(2+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Transcription(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Context(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Respiratory(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(9+7); Gene(2+0); Virus(2+0); In vivo(1+1); Behavior(2+0); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Neural Degeneration and Repair; Axon Pathfinding and Synaptogenesis; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(4); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(2); Nature Communications(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Denis Monard, Samie R. JaffreyJimena Baleriola, Nicole J. ShirkeyYears: 2018; Recipients: Hengst, Ulrich; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: A Transcription Factor Complex Specifically Induced in Neurodegeneration@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1001768Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARobert M. Prins

UCLA
【Keywords】Tumor(0+4); Therapy(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPaul George

Stanford
【Keywords】Stroke(10+6); Engineering(8+1); Environment(1+2); Regeneration(2+1); Modulation(0+1); Structure(1+0); Translation(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Biomarker(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Color(1+0); Cerebrovascular(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(7+9);
【Methods】Protein(1+2); Electrical stimulation(1+2); In vivo(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
006395Assist Prof.
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMark Barad

UCLA
【Keywords】Extinction(0+16); Learning(0+10); Fear(0+10); Amygdala(0+4); LTP(0+3); Disorder(0+3); Anxiety(0+3); Therapy(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Depression(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Memory(0+1); Context(0+1); PFC(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+8); Pharmacology(0+3); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAVictor W Henderson

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(7+3); Disease(3+0); Alzheimer's disease(3+0); Neurology(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Stroke(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Epilepsy(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Timing(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Stress(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Virus(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Henderson, Victor [⬀] ; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Stanford Alzheimer's Disease Research Center@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAnne M. Andrews

UCLA
【Keywords】5-HT(0+6); Anxiety(0+3); Transporter(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Chemical neuroscience(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Depression(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USATroy Littleton

MIT
【Keywords】Synapse(0+3); Disease(1+2); Neurotransmitter release(2+0); Connection(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Oscillation(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Seizure(1+0); Synapse formation(0+1); Autism(0+1); Form(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(1+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Model(1+1); Gene(1+0); Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hugo J. Bellen, Hugo J. Bellen, Barry GanetzkyAline D. Blunk, Jan E. Melom, Robin J. Stevens, Richard W. Cho, Katie Harris, Ramon A. Jorquera, Avital A. Rodal, Suresh Kumar Jetti, Motojiro YoshiharaProf.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAG. Stanley McKnight

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Transporter(0+1); LTP(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Energy balance(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+3);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience;  Neural Circuits; Neuroendocrinology Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAShinsuke Shimojo

CalTech
【Keywords】Vision(0+6); Cognition(0+2); Perception(0+2); Emotion(0+2); Development(0+1); Color(0+1); Face(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Eye Movement(0+1); Context(0+1); Decision making(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Psychophysics(0+2); TMS(0+2); Behavior(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Psychophysics
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard M. Held, Ken NakayamaJonathan M. Malmaud, Alma Gharib, Neil S. Halelamien, Ikuya Murakami, Noelle R. B. Stiles, Takeo Watanabe, Tamara A. Knutsen, Ching E. Ho, Yukiyasu Kamitani, Katsumi Watanabe, Claudiu Simion, Ryota Kanai, Patricia A. Neil, Daw-An Wu, Dylan Nieman, Shao-Min Hung, Romi Nijhawan, Erik J. Schlicht, Ladan Shams, Bhavin Sheth, Kyongsik Yun, Junghyun Park, Michael Campos, Daw-An Wu, Virginie van Wassenhove, Shih-Wei Wu, Vikram S. Chib, Sang Wan Lee, Fumiko HoeftYears: 2018; Recipients: Ortiz, Michael (co-PI) [⬀] Shapiro, MikhailShimojo, ShinsukeTsao, Doris Ying (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Ultrasonic Neuromodulation: Establishing Mechanisms and Parameters to Optimize Targeted Neuromodulation and Control Sensory Side-Effects@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMichael D. Gershon

Columbia
【Keywords】5-HT(4+0); Gastrointestinal(3+0); Differentiation(0+1); Synapse(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Virus(1+0);
【Research】Cell Specification and Differentiation; Synapses and Circuits; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Zuo-hong Wang, Fabien D'AutreauxYears: 2011 — 2019; Recipients: Gershon, Anne A.Gershon, Michael D; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Vzv in the Enteric Nervous System: Pathogenesis and Consequences@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAChristopher Potter

JHU
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Sense(0+3); Perception(0+2); Environment(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Mating(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALinda Buck

UW
【Keywords】Receptor(0+5); Olfaction(0+5); Aging(0+3); Structure(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Body(0+2); Environment(0+1); Perception(0+1); Taste(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Fear(0+1); Aggression(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4);
【Research】
【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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAStephen J Smith

Stanford
【Keywords】Synapse(10+0); Imaging(1+4); Development(1+2); Dendrite(1+2); Knockout(2+0); Pluripotent stem cells(2+0); Synaptogenesis(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Exploration(2+0); Regulation(1+0); GABA(1+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); NMDA receptor(0+1); Potassium channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Astrocyte(1+0); Microcircuit(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Fragile X(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Vision(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Barrel cortex(1+0); Memory(0+1); Context(1+0); Social(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Optical(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(4+1); Stem Cell(4+0); Human(2+1);
【Methods】Protein(1+1); In vivo(0+2); Computation(2+0); Histochemistry(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Neuron(4); JNS(2); Nature Methods(2); PLOS Computational Biology(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles F. Stevens, Wolfhard AlmersBrad Busse, Nicholas C. Weiler, Toshinori Hoshi, Paul Forscher, Dwight Bergles, Susanne E. Ahmari, Cristopher M. Niell, Nicholas J. Nidzieko, Jonah V. Steinbuck, Martin Patrick Meyer, Gordon Xiang Wang, Forrest C. Collman, Noreen Reist, Michael E. Dailey, Timothy A. Ryan, James David JontesGeorge J. Augustine, Milton P. Charlton, Daniel V. Madison, Eric R. Kandel, Paul Greengard, Stuart H. ThompsonYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Burns, RandalSmith, Stephen J ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Synaptomes of Mouse and Man@ Allen Institute; Matching Score: 0.374000450Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Ole Isacson

Harvard
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(9+9); Glia(0+5); Dopamine neuron(2+3); Disease(1+4); Therapy(3+2); Degeneration(0+4); Aging(3+0); Dementias(0+2); LRRK2(2+0); Inflammation(0+2); Dopamine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Microglia(1+0); Development(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Transplantation(0+1); Axon(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Age-related(0+1); Tau(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Motor(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); CA2(1+0); Substantia nigra(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Stem Cell(3+0); Human(2+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); Model(3+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】 Neuron and glia disease mechanisms of age-dependent degeneration and repair
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Anders Björklund Ryan Richardson, Chee Yeun Chung, Gaynor A SmithYears: 2018; Recipients: Hallett, Penelope JaneHastings, Michelle LIsacson, Ole; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Prevention of Complement and Immune-Mediated Lewy Body Dementia@ McLean Hospital; Matching Score: 0.907Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAdam Carter

NYU
【Keywords】Dendrite(4+0); Spine(4+0); PFC(4+0); Modulation(3+0); GABAB receptor(3+0); Glutamate(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Interneuron(2+0); mPFC(2+0); Amygdala(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Receptor(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); D1 receptor(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Translation(1+0); Autism(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Timing(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】Cellular neurophysiology
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(3); JNS(11);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wade G. Regehr, Bernardo L. SabatiniHannah Seong, Joseph J. Marlin, Laura M. McGarry, David Paul Collins, Xingchen Liu, Kasra Manoocheri, Emily Jang, Jason R. Chalifoux, Justin P. Little, Corey Baimel, Rudy Behnia, Andrew F. MacAskill, Paul  George Anastasiades, Samantha L. Scudder, Alice Berners-LeeYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Carter, Adam George; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Impact of Drugs of Abuse On Striatal Circuits@ New York University; Matching Score: 1002423Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJohn Neumaier

UW
【Keywords】Receptor(0+17); Stress(0+9); Cocaine(0+6); Transporter(0+4); 5-HT(0+4); Transgenic(0+3); Alcohol(0+3); Amphetamine(0+3); Depression(0+3); Emotion(0+3); Reward(0+3); Dorsal striatum(0+3); Nucleus accumbens(0+3); Regulation(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+8); Gene(0+6); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Neural Circuits; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USALing-Gang Wu

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Synapse(9+1); Vesicle(7+1); Membrane(5+2); Imaging(1+4); Synaptic Transmission(2+2); Hippocampus(4+0); Calcium channel(3+0); CA2(3+0); Structure(2+0); Depression(2+0); CA1(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Knockout(0+1); Regulation(0+1); GABAB receptor(1+0); Neurotransmitter release(1+0); Vesicle fusion(1+0); LTP(1+0); Development(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Infection(0+1); Auditory(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(2+1); Microscopy(1+2); Protein(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+2); Pharmacology(1+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Synaptic Transmission Section
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(1); JNS(4); Nature Communications(5);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(2); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Saggau, William J. Betz, Bert Sakmann, Zhuan ZhouWei Wu, Edaeni Hamid, Chen Ji, Jiansong Sheng, Lei Xue, Zhen Zhang, Fujun LuoAlan R. KayYears: 2002 — 2003; Recipients: Wu, Ling-Gang; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Synaptic Inhibition by Volatile Ansethetics@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.904006988
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAIan A. Cook

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+4); Neurology(0+1); Aging(0+1); Depression(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAMark H. Histed

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Vision(5+0); Visual cortex(3+0); Sense(0+2); Contrast(2+0); Synchrony(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Contrast perception(1+0); Motor(0+1); Eye Movement(1+0); Saccade(1+0); Planning(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Learning(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); V1(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+1); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+1); Microstimulation(3+0); Computation(1+1); In vivo(0+1); Psychophysics(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Unit on Neural Computation and Behavior
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(3); JNS(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Earl K. Miller, R Clay Reid, John HR MaunsellAndrew M. Mckinney, Bradley C. AkitakeVincent Bonin
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAFrederick T Chin

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(7+3); Pathology(2+0); Therapy(1+1); Hypoxia(2+0); Tumor(2+0); Pain(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Translation(1+0); Development(0+1); Disease(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Autism(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Depression(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+2); Stem Cell(2+0); Primate(0+1); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(2+0); PET(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0); fMRI(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
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
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMala Rao

NYU
【Keywords】Psychiatry(3+0); Synapse(2+0); Disease(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); HIV(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); V3(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(2+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Degeneration of neurons caused by elecated proteases in Alzheimer’s disease
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
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, 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
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASurya Ganguli

Stanford
【Keywords】Learning(10+0); Dynamics(5+0); Neural network(5+0); Machine learning(4+0); Vision(2+0); Navigation(2+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Environment(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Sense(1+0); Retina(1+0); Self-motion(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Motor(1+0); Execution(1+0); Memory(1+0); Grid cell(1+0); Attention(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Social(1+0); Intelligence(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Neural codes(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Chaos(1+0); Artificial intelligence(1+0); LIP(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(3+1); Theory(3+1); Model(2+0); Tracing(1+0); Data analysis(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(4); PNAS(1); eLife(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(8);
【Reviews】Physical Review(3); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003850Assist Prof.
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.
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMarisa Carrasco

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(17+1); Attention(16+1); Contrast(6+0); Perception(4+1); Frequency(2+0); Spatial attention(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Psychophysics(2+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Visual perception and attention
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ronald KinchlaAriana Familiar, Jonathon J. Walters, Jiageng Chen, Ying Joey Zhou, Luis D. Ramirez, Jasmine Pan, Mariel S. Roberts, Ian Donovan, Cigdem P. Talgar, Karen S. Frieder, Sam Ling, Anna M. Giordano, Franco Pestilli, Stuart G. Fuller, Barbara Montagna, Leila Montaser-Kouhsari, Katrin Herrmann, Jared Abrams, Michael A. Grubb, Alex L. White, Brandon Ashinoff, Jennifer E. Corbett, Miriam Spering, David Carmel, Martin Rolfs, Amit Yashar, Rachel N. Denison, Taosheng LiuKrystel Huxlin, Brian McElree, Shlomit Yuval-Greenberg, Jens SchwarzbachYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Carrasco, Marisa; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Temporal Dynamics of Visual Perception and Attention@ New York University; Matching Score: 1013262Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAThomas Dee

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADonna L. Gruol

UCSD
【Keywords】CNS(0+16); Development(0+6); Steroid(0+5); Regulation(0+4); Disease(0+4); Receptor(0+2); Dendrite(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Signaling molecule(0+1); Neuroplasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); HIV(0+1); Infection(0+1); Injury(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Model(0+3); In vitro(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Protein(0+1); Channel(0+1); Virus(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADaniel Polley

Harvard
【Keywords】Auditory(14+5); Plasticity(3+5); Auditory cortex(6+1); Sense(5+0); Development(2+1); Disorder(2+1); Perception(1+2); Transporter(2+0); GABA(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Auditory processing(2+0); Speech(1+1); Imaging(0+2); Optical imaging(2+0); A1(2+0); Basal forebrain(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Multisensory(1+0); Perceptual learning(1+0); Temporal processing(1+0); Associative learning(1+0); Neural codes(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Thalamus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Human(0+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(5+0); In vivo(3+0); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Psychophysics(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); EEG(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neuromodulation and plasticity in the auditory system
【Publications】Nature Communications(6); Curr Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ron D. Frostig, Michael M. MerzenichAnna Chambers, Ariel Edward Hight, Jonathon Paul Whitton, Kameron Kjelleren Clayton, Christopher Spankovich, Wei Guo, Meenakshi M Asokan, Amanda Clause, Ross S. Williamson, Pooja Balaram, Aravindakshan Parthasarathy, Vivek KhatriYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Polley, Daniel B.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Corticofugal Circuits For Active Listening@ Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary; Matching Score: 0.909003590Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAIn-Hyun Park

Yale
【Keywords】Reprogramming(0+2); Pluripotent stem cells(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Disease(0+2); Self-renewal(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+10); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cells; Central Nervous System Diseases; Nervous System; Stem Cells; Pluripotent Stem Cells; Embryonic Stem Cells; Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells; Neural Stem Cells; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USACarolyn R. Houser

UCLA
【Keywords】GABA(0+6); Development(0+4); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Receptor(0+2); Plasticity(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Anatomy(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAS Charles Cho

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USANicholas Oesch

UCSD
【Keywords】Vision(0+2); Development(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Psychophysics(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAEdward M. Callaway

UCSD
【Keywords】Vision(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+3); Visual cortex(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Development(0+1); Perception(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+4); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALaraine Zappert

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAWilliam Spain

UW
【Keywords】Consciousness(0+6); Contrast(0+4); Form(0+4); Auditory(0+4); Membrane(0+2); Disease(0+2); Frequency(0+2); Motor(0+2); Learning(0+2); Timing(0+2); Art(0+2); Connection(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAEvan Macosko

Harvard
【Keywords】Disease(0+4); Context(0+3); Neuropeptide(2+0); 5-HT(2+0); Microglia(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Sense(2+0); Social behavior(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Basal ganglia(2+0); Hypothalamus(2+0); Median eminence(2+0); Translation(1+0); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(8+0); Mouse(4+2); Human(2+1);
【Methods】Behavior(10+1); Gene(0+3); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Genomic analyses of brain cell function and dysfunction
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004329Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMarc Hammarlund

Yale
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+2); Regeneration(0+2); Disease(0+2); Axon(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Injury(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Axons; Cell Biology; Nerve Regeneration; Gene Expression; Caenorhabditis elegans.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USACarol A. Mason

Columbia
【Keywords】Axon(1+5); Optic chiasm(2+4); Vision(1+2); Development(2+0); Axon growth(1+1); Receptor(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); CNS(0+1); Axon guidance(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Retina(1+0); Context(1+0); Navigation(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Human(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Synapses and Circuits; Axon Pathfinding and Synaptogenesis; Cell Specification and Differentiation; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ray W. GuilleryGul Dolen, Yo-El S. Ju, Glennis A. Matthews, Qin Zhang, Rivka A. Rachel Samanta Roy, Marion S. Ward, Scott E. Williams, Maria Chiara Manzini, Timothy J. Petros, Punita Bhansali, Brikha R. Shrestha, Anna Dunaevsky, Eloisa Herrera, Florencia Marcucci, Takaaki KuwajimaYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Mason, Carol A.; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Rpe-Neural Retina Interactions in the Developing Albino Eye@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAKelly Cosgrove

Yale
【Keywords】Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(0+2); Acetylcholine receptor(0+2); Alcohol(0+2); Nicotine(0+2); Neuroimaging(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Addiction(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】PET(0+2); Gene(0+1);
【Research】Alcoholism; Brain; Neurobiology; Nicotine; Radiology; Positron-Emission Tomography; Neuroimaging; alpha7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor; Diseases; Chemicals and Drugs; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAVivian Y.H. Hook

UCSD
【Keywords】Peptide(0+8); Neurotransmitter(0+7); Neuropeptide(0+5); Regulation(0+4); Knowledge(0+2); Cell line(0+1); Disease(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USALorenzo Rosasco

MIT
【Keywords】Learning(10+0); Machine learning(4+0); Regularization(4+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Artificial intelligence(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(5+0); Theory(4+0); Mathematics(3+0); Algorithm(2+0); Gene(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Neural Computation(2); NIPS(2);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tomaso A. Poggio004558Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPaul Mathews

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【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
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
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAPeter Schiller

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(2+8); Receptor(7+0); Eye Movement(0+6); Opiate(3+0); Peptide(3+0); V1(1+2); FEF(0+2); Visual cortex(0+2); Signal transduction(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Development(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Injury(1+0); Perception(1+0); Retina(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Depth(0+1); Depth perception(1+0); Color(0+1); Object(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(0+1); V2(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(2+1); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0); Bird(0+1);
【Methods】Pharmacology(4+1); In vitro(3+0); Biochemistry(2+0); Microstimulation(0+2); Histochemistry(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】The Neural Control of Vision; The Neural Control of Visually Guided Eye movements
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Morton Wiener, Hans-Lukas TeuberRobert M. McPeek, I-han Chou, Carol L. Colby, Max Cynader, Barbara L. Finlay, Anya Hurlbert, Ronald Kalil, Kyoung-Min Lee, Julie Sandell, Helen Sherk, Marc A. Sommer, Larry R. Squire, Andreas S. Tolias, Karl Zipser, Ronald Chase, Nancy EJ Berman, Michael P. Stryker, Robert P. Dolan, Karl Frederick Arrington, Victor A.F. Lamme, Tai Sing Lee, Nikos K. Logothetis, Joseph G. Malpeli, John HR Maunsell, James A. Mazer, Tirin Moore, Jacob Richter, Paul Haenny, Fritz Koerner, Marilee Ogren, Rufin Vogels, Jeffrey Schall, Edward J. Tehovnik, Warren Slocum, Shaul Hochstein, Edward J. TehovnikYears: 2008; Recipients: Schiller, Peter H; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Core - Vision Processies@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1012103Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USASteven Jacobson

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Disease(4+3); Sclerosis(3+2); Epilepsy(3+0); Disorder(2+1); Pathogenesis(1+2); Pediatric(2+0); Cytokine(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Form(0+1);
【Models】Human(5+2); Marmoset(2+0); Primate(2+0); Non-human primate(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Virus(1+4); Model(2+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】Viral Immunology Section
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASamantha J. Butler

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(7+0); Dopamine(2+0); Development(2+0); Cell fate(2+0); Embryo(2+0); Transcription(1+0); CNS(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Finger(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(7); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013077Assoc Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAAvindra Nath

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】HIV(11+3); Disease(7+4); Neurology(10+0); Infection(4+2); Receptor(3+0); Therapy(1+2); Alzheimer's disease(3+0); Neurotoxicity(2+1); Sclerosis(2+1); Neurogenesis(2+0); CNS(2+0); Pathogenesis(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Amino acid(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Glia(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Demyelinating(1+0); Dementias(1+0); Tau(1+0); Motor Neuron(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Stress(1+0); S1(1+0);
【Models】Human(8+1); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+5); Virus(4+3); In vitro(0+2); Gene(1+0); In vivo(0+1); MRI(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Section of Infections of the Nervous System
【Publications】eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Annals Of Neurology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Melina V. Jones, David E. Galey, Barry R. RobinsonYears: 2008 — 2010; Recipients: Nath, Avindra; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Ssri-Neuroprotection For Hiv/Drug Abuse@ Johns Hopkins University; Matching Score: 0.948030336
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAStephen H. Tsang

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(16+1); Photoreceptor(12+5); Therapy(11+3); Degeneration(8+3); Vision(7+0); Chloride(4+0); Metabolism(0+4); Structure(3+0); Transplantation(3+0); Retina(3+0); Cell line(2+0); Reprogramming(1+1); Embryo(2+0); Disorder(2+0); Age-related(2+0); CRISPR/Cas9(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Development(1+0); Environment(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Cell therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Sense(0+1); Form(1+0); Circadian(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(11+4); Human(12+2); Mouse(9+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(20+1); Gene(19+1); Protein(5+0); In vivo(4+0); Channel(2+0); Virus(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】Neural Degeneration and Repair ; Stem Cell Biology; Sensory Physiology; Genome Surgery; Gene Therapy;
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Victor A. McKusick, Stephen GoffLawrence Chan, Huy Vu Nguyen, Jack Chai Lin Chou, Katherine J. Wert, Susanne Koch, Scott Smemo, Nan-Kai Wang, Joaquin TosiYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Hauswirth, William W (co-PI) [⬀] Michalakis, StylianosPetersen-Jones, SimonTsang, Stephen H; Code: R24; Title/Keywords: Translational Gene Therapy For Cngb1 Retinitis Pigmentosa@ Michigan State University; Matching Score: 0.954006795Assoc 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.
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, USAMartin Wallner

UCLA
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAAimee Kao

UCSF
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+4); Stress(0+2); Amino acid(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+2); C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】The molecular basis neurodegenerative diseases
【Publications】
【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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALawrence Steinman

Stanford
【Keywords】Sclerosis(8+2); Disease(6+1); Receptor(4+0); Therapy(3+1); Neuroinflammation(3+0); Peptide(2+0); Nicotine(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Epilepsy(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Demyelinating(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Injury(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Neuroimmunology(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+0); Model(3+0); Gene(2+0); Virus(1+0); Microarray(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); PNAS(5);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jason J. DeVoss, Eun M. Hur, May Htwe HanYears: 2011 — 2012; Recipients: Christakos, Sylvia SSteinman, Lawrence; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Vitamin D and the Immune System@ Univ of Med/Dent of Nj-Nj Medical School; Matching Score: 0.907059840Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAakanksha Singhvi

UW
【Keywords】Sense(0+4); Glia(0+2); Development(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Memory(0+2); Autism(0+1); Aging(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience; Sensory Systems; Disorders of the Nervous system; and Invertebrate Neurobiology
Singhvi Lab
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABennett G. Novitch

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaniel Rubin

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(13+2); Learning(3+0); Pathology(1+1); Vision(2+0); Knowledge(2+0); Cytokine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Disease(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Language(0+1); Category(1+0); Concept(1+0); Inference(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Gene(1+1); MRI(2+0); Computation(2+0); Bioinformatics(2+0); Microarray(1+0); Neuroinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stefano Fusi012499Prof.
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.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAVadim Bolshakov

Harvard
【Keywords】Fear(5+9); Amygdala(4+2); Memory(2+3); Schizophrenia(4+0); Modulation(3+0); Neural Circuit(1+2); Learning(2+1); NMDA receptor(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Anxiety(1+1); Extinction(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Knockin(1+0); Receptor(0+1); GABAA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Neuroplasticity(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Finger(1+0); Memory Consolidation(1+0); Reconsolidation(1+0); Retrieval(0+1); Inhibitory control(1+0); Innate behavior(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Connection(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(7+0); Stem Cell(5+0); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+3); Behavior(2+2); Electrophysiology(0+3); Optogenetics(1+2); Model(3+0); Tracing(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and network-level mechanisms of innate and learned fear
【Publications】JNS(4); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven A. SiegelbaumIvan Goussakov, Yiran Gu, Yan Li, Natalia Luchkina, Ryong-Moon Shin, Evgeny Tsvetkov, Keith Tully, Kyungjoon Park, Jun-Hyeong Cho, Sodikdjon A. Kodirov, Marat MukhamedyarovElif EnginProf.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAlon Mogilner

NYU
【Keywords】Neurology(1+0); Sense(1+0); Subthalamic nucleus(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】DBS(4+0);
【Research】Techniques for neurostimulation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAUrsula Bellugi

UCSD
【Keywords】Language(0+6); Cognition(0+5); Disorder(0+2); Structure(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Social(0+1); Syntax(0+1); Grammar(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【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
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
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAEdward Chang

UCSF
【Keywords】Speech(0+6); Disorder(0+2); Sense(0+2); Language(0+2); Environment(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Perception(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Motor cortex(0+1); Auditory cortex(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Psychophysics(0+1); LFP(0+1);
【Research】Speech Mechanisms
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAChristopher Pittenger

Yale
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(0+5); Disease(0+4); Disorder(0+4); Glutamate(0+2); Learning(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Basal Ganglia Diseases; Tourette Syndrome; Learning; Molecular Biology; Neuroanatomy; Neurobiology; Neurophysiology; Neurosciences; Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Phobic Disorders; Psychopharmacology; Trichotillomania.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAChristopher J. Evans

UCLA
【Keywords】Receptor(0+2); Psychiatry(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoseph P. Culver

WUSTL
【Keywords】Optical(11+3); Imaging(3+2); Metabolism(3+0); Disease(0+2); Blood flow(2+0); Differentiation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Human imaging(0+1); Vision(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Attention(0+1); Language(0+1); Circadian clock(1+0); Cerebrovascular(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); Optical imaging(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+4); Mouse(2+3); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(0+3); fMRI(1+1); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Non-invasive optical measurements for both functional- and molecular- biological imaging
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
009643Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAPamela L. Mellon

UCSD
【Keywords】Hormone(0+7); Hypothalamus(0+6); Development(0+5); Cell line(0+3); Neuroendocrinology(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Regulation(0+2); Reproduction(0+2); Rhythm(0+1); Cell lineage(0+1); Circadian(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+5); Gene(0+2);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAFrancesco Chiappelli

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAIra Kurtz

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARobert West

Stanford
【Keywords】Tumor(4+2); Addiction(6+0); Disease(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Nicotine(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Neuroendocrine(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Inference(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(4+0); Gene(3+0); Protein(1+0); Microarray(1+0); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2);
【Reviews】Review(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Karlene Ball, Gordon C. Baylis, Fergus I.M. CraikHillary Schwarb, Moses M. Langley, Ashley Jean Scolaro, Kira Bailey, Brandy Nicole JohnsonYears: 2018; Recipients: Van De Rijn, Jan MattWest, Robert B; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Macrophage Phenotype Polarization in Clinical Neoplasia@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.913038913Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAGabsang Lee, DVM

JHU
【Keywords】Pluripotent stem cells(0+2); Disease(0+2); Muscle(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Model(0+2);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASundari Chetty

Stanford
【Keywords】Differentiation(10+0); Pluripotent stem cells(8+0); Cell cycle(3+0); Disease(2+0); Neurology(2+0); Degeneration(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Aging(2+0); Stress(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(18+0); Human(8+0);
【Methods】PET(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Methods(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniela KauferRobert M. Sapolsky000706Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJames T. McCracken

UCLA
【Keywords】Disorder(0+4); Psychiatry(0+4); Cognition(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); ADHD(0+1); Autism(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Cognitive Control(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【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
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJenna Davis

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(6+0); Environment(5+0); Planning(2+0); Sense(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(5);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002598Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAClayton Curtis

NYU
【Keywords】Working memory(10+1); Schizophrenia(7+0); Cognition(6+0); PFC(2+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Motor(2+0); Saccade(2+0); FEF(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Vision(1+0); Intention(1+0); Attention(1+0); Decision making(1+0); PPC(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); fMRI(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Prefrontal cortex, working memory, and control of action
【Publications】JNS(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William G. Iacono, Mark D'EspositoMartin Grund, Wayne E. Mackey, Riju Srimal, Akiko Ikkai, Golbarg Tarighat Saber, Kyeong-Jin Tark, Jason Connolly, Trenton JerdeBrian McElreeYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Curtis, Clayton EMa, Whee Ky; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Decoding of Working Memory@ New York University; Matching Score: 1006192Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARoozbeh Kiani

NYU
【Keywords】Decision making(5+1); Bayesian(3+0); Object(2+0); Face(2+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Structure(1+0); Environment(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Vision(0+1); Category(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Encoding(1+0); LIP(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(2+0); Monkey(2+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Microstimulation(2+0); Computation(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Decision making, visual shape and motion processing
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(6); JNS(2); eLife(2); Cerebral Cortex(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hossein Esteky, Michael N. Shadlen, William T. Newsome, Michael N. ShadlenSaleh Esteki, Christina Hatch, Long Sha, Stanley Jose Komban, Gouki Okazawa, John J. Sakon, Michael L. Waskom, Braden PurcellNikolaus Kriegeskorte, Anthony D. Wagner, Xiao-Jing Wang, Alan Gordon, Jonathan Winawer, Marc ZirnsakYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Kiani, Roozbeh; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Crcns: Neural Coding and Computation in Large Ensembles in Prefrontal Cortex@ New York University; Matching Score: 1006331Assist Prof.
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
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGuoping Fan

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Reprogramming(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【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
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaZhi-Feng Liang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Imaging(0+4); Resting state(2+1); Neuroplasticity(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Stress(2+0); PFC(2+0); mPFC(2+0); Claustrum(2+0); Structure(1+0); Development(0+1); Sense(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Neuroimaging(1+0); Optical(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Rat(16+0); Rodent(2+1); Non-human primate(0+2); Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】fMRI(8+4); MRI(1+3); Optogenetics(2+1); Gene(2+0); Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Comparative Neuroimaging
【Publications】JNS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000697Investigator
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASeth Margolis

JHU
【Keywords】Synapse formation(0+8); Development(0+7); Synapse(0+6); Cognition(0+5); Disorder(0+4); Angelman(0+2); Spine(0+1); Disease(0+1); Autism(0+1); Form(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAChiye Aoki

NYU
【Keywords】Glutamate(4+0); Vision(3+0); Visual cortex(3+0); Transporter(2+0); AMPA receptor(2+0); GABAA receptor(2+0); Plasticity(1+1); Axon(2+0); Knockin(1+0); Modulation(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Development(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Form(1+0); Learning(1+0); V1(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0); CA2(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Rat(4+0); Mouse(2+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】Neuronal plasticity in neocortex
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(10);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Philip Siekevitz, Virginia M. PickelBarkha S. Rana, Hannah Actor-Engel, Yi-Wen Chen, Susan J. Lee, Hermina Nedelescu, Adrienne Santiago, Anita A. Disney, Sho Fujisawa, Nicole Sabaliauskas, Tara G. ChowdhuryYears: 2015 — 2020; Recipients: Aoki, Chiye; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Reu Site: Center For Neural Science Summer Undergraduate Research Program (Surp)@ New York University; Matching Score: 1009692Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMarjorie Rhodes

NYU
【Keywords】Development(12+1); Social(9+0); Category(8+0); Cognition(6+0); Reasoning(3+0); Learning(2+0); Structure(1+0); Context(1+0); Attention(1+0); Social cognition(0+1); Categorization(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Theory(3+0);
【Research】Conceptual development and social cognition
【Publications】Science(5);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daphna Oyserman, Susan A. GelmanEmily Foster-Hanson, Kelsey Moty, Lisa Chalik, Ryan F Lei, Tara M. Mandalaywala, George KachergisSarah-jane LeslieYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Rhodes, Marjorie; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Developmental Changes in Reasoning About Biological Kinds@ New York University; Matching Score: 1002095Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAKevin J. Black

WUSTL
【Keywords】Imaging(1+3); Disease(2+1); Psychiatry(1+1); Pediatric(2+0); Neuroimaging(1+1); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Structure(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Movement disorder(0+1); Depression(0+1); Motivation(1+0); Bayesian(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); DBS(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】(1) Tourette syndrome neuroimaging; (2) Parkinson disease pharmacological imaging; (3) mapping effects of deep brain stimulation (DBS)
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USALiina Pylkkanen

NYU
【Keywords】Language(7+1); Cognition(5+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Vision(2+0); Form(2+0); Syntax(1+1); Category(2+0); Visual cortex(2+0); Temporal lobe(2+0); Structure(1+0); Object(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Timing(1+0); Semantic(0+1); Comprehension(1+0); Angular gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MEG(7+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】The neural bases of syntax and semantic combinations for human language
【Publications】Science(2); JNS(2); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alec MarantzChristine Boylan, Jayden Ziegler, Eytan Zweig, Lisa Levinson, Jon R. Brennan, Suzanne Dikker, Hugh Rabagliati, Doug K. Bemis, Kimberly A. LeikenYears: 2018 — 2020; Recipients: Kim, Songhee (co-PI) [⬀] Pylkkanen, Liina; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Doctoral Dissertation Research: Neural Bases of Semantic Composition in the Verb Phrase@ New York University; Matching Score: 1005868Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJane Taylor

Yale
【Keywords】Learning(0+3); Motivation(0+3); Cocaine(0+2); Depression(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Neurotrophin(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Amphetamine(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Memory Reconsolidation(0+1); Attention(0+1); Inhibitory control(0+1); Cognitive Control(0+1); PFC(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(0+2); Mouse(0+2); Rat(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Behavior; Mental Disorders; Motivation; Neurobehavioral Manifestations.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USALavinia Sheets

WUSTL
【Keywords】Hair cell(9+9); Sense(5+4); Synapse(1+3); Development(3+0); Glutamate receptor(2+0); Calcium channel(2+0); Regeneration(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Receptor(0+1); Vesicle(1+0); Neurotransmitter release(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Auditory(1+0); Spatial orientation(0+1); Timing(1+0); Morphology(0+1);
【Models】Zebrafish(6+7); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(2+3); Gene(0+1); Channel(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Defining pathological changes in noise-exposed sensory hair cells and identifying pathways that promote repair
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); JNS(4); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary Banker, Bruce J. Schnapp, Teresa NicolsonYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Sheets, Lavinia; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Roles of the Synapse in Hair-Cell Pathology@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1000273Assist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJohn Tuthill

UW
【Keywords】Motor(0+5); Sense(0+3); Somatosensory(0+3); Sensorimotor Integration(0+2); Environment(0+1); Touch(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Systems; Motor Systems and Sensorimotor Integration;
Computational Neuroscience; Invertebrate Neurobiology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAWilliam Hurlbut

Stanford
【Keywords】Embryo(6+0); Development(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Social(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(13+1); Human(3+0);
【Methods】Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USABernat Kocsis

Harvard
【Keywords】Oscillation(5+3); Theta rhythm(7+1); Hippocampus(4+2); PFC(1+3); Structure(1+2); Schizophrenia(2+1); Dorsal raphe nucleus(3+0); Raphe(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Rhythm(0+2); Disease(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Synchrony(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Sense(1+0); Body(1+0); Olfaction(0+1); Respiratory rhythm(0+1); Spatial navigation(0+1); Working memory(0+1); Sleep(1+0); mPFC(1+0); limbic system(1+0); Basal forebrain(1+0); Olfactory bulb(0+1); Thalamus(0+1); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Rat(6+0); Human(1+1); Rodent(0+2);
【Methods】Model(1+3); Pharmacology(2+1); Electrophysiology(1+0); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Forebrain oscillations in rodent models of psychiatric diseases
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerard Lincoln Gebber, Vladimir O. Samoilov, Robert P. VertesViktor Varga, Lionel S. DahanYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Ding, MingzhouKocsis, Bernat; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Spatiotemporal Network Dynamics in a Rat Model of Schizophrenia@ Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Matching Score: 0.922004880Assoc Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAEdward Giniger

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Development(5+2); Axon(6+1); Structure(2+2); Axon guidance(1+3); Disease(1+3); Degeneration(2+2); Receptor(0+3); Dendrite(2+1); Axon growth(1+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Mushroom body(2+0); Mutant(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); CNS(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Cytoskeletal dynamics(0+1); Aging(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(11+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(2+0); Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Ex vivo(1+0);
【Research】Axon Guidance and Neural Connectivity Section
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark Ptashne, Lily Y. Jan, Yuh Nung JanKristina A. McLinden, Ramakrishnan KannanYears: 2009 — 2018; Recipients: Giniger, Edward; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Roles of Cdk5 in Neurodevelopment and Neurodegeneration@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.913
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALibin Xu

UW
【Keywords】Disorder(0+6); Metabolism(0+5); Development(0+4); Environment(0+4); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Autism(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAH. Tad Blair

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJoseph Garner

Stanford
【Keywords】Autism(7+4); Disorder(4+3); Social(5+1); Environment(5+0); Translation(1+3); Aggression(3+1); Development(3+0); Neurology(2+0); Pain(0+2); Stress(2+0); Methodology(0+2); Transporter(1+0); Regulation(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Disease(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Body(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Motor(1+0); Gait(1+0); Memory(1+0); Attention(1+0); Executive function(0+1); Knowledge(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); Temperature(1+0); Body temperature(1+0); Body Weight(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(17+7); Human(2+7); Non-human primate(2+0); Monkey(2+0); Primate(1+1); Rodent(1+0); Songbird(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(11+1); Model(3+5); Gene(4+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Georgia MasonJesus E. MadridYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Garner, Joseph Paul; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Reverse Translation of Patient Controlled Analgesia: a New Measure of Rodent Pain@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958004942Assoc Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAFuyun Wu

MIT
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NIH-NHGRI??Bethesda, MD, USAMaximilian Muenke

NIH-NHGRI
【Keywords】Disorder(1+5); Development(1+4); ADHD(0+5); Disease(1+2); Transcription(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+3); Zebrafish(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(5+10); Behavior(0+2); Model(0+2); Microarray(1+0);
【Research】Human Development Section
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAndreas H. Burkhalter

WUSTL
【Keywords】Vision(8+10); Visual cortex(8+3); Connection(1+2); Disorder(0+2); Structure(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Object recognition(0+1); Temporal processing(0+1); V1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(8+6); Primate(0+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Anatomy(0+2); Model(0+2); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Structure and physiology of neuronal circuits in mouse visual cortex
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAWenzhen Duan MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Biomarker(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Energy metabolism(0+1); White matter(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAShin-ichiro Imai

WUSTL
【Keywords】Aging(8+12); Metabolism(16+1); Regulation(6+3); Hypothalamus(1+8); Muscle(0+5); Disease(4+0); Mitochondria(2+0); Circadian clock(2+0); Sleep(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Structure(1+0); Age-related(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Circadian(0+1); Body temperature(0+1); Stress(1+0); Dynamics(0+1); Lateral nuclei(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+2); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Understanding the molecular mechanism of aging and longevity in mammals
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(10); Nature structural & molecular biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
017917Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAR. Clay Reid

UW
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【Research】Research
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJessica Cardin

Yale
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+2); Oscillation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Perception(0+1); Vision(0+1); Interneuron(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+2); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Autistic Disorder; Cerebral Cortex; Electrophysiology; Epilepsy; Interneurons; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Schizophrenia.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJohn Assad

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(10+2); LIP(7+0); Attention(2+2); OFC(3+1); Adaptation(3+0); Hair cell(3+0); Motor(2+1); Timing(3+0); Ion Channel(1+1); Cognition(2+0); Sense(0+2); Object(0+2); Context(0+2); Category(2+0); Categorization(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Optical(2+0); V5/MT(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(0+1); Environment(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Depth perception(1+0); Form(0+1); Visual categorization(1+0); Touch(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Motivation(0+1); PPC(1+0); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Macaque(4+0); Primate(3+1); Monkey(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+2); Model(3+0); In vivo(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive processing in mammalian brain
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(4); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David P. Corey, John HR MaunsellMehdi Aghdaee, Allison E. Hamilos, John Elfar, Irwin Hubert Lee, Gaby Maimon, Todd Herrington, Jamie K. Fitzgerald, Seyed Mehdi Aghdaee, Emad Eskandar, Camillo Padoa-Schioppa, Daniel Zaksas, Louis J. Toth, Aaron R. Seitz, David J. Freedman, Michela ChiappaloneYears: 2015 — 2017; Recipients: Assad, John (co-PI) Berdondini, LucaDevittorio, MassimoSabatini, Bernardo L [⬀] ; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Novel Optrodes For Large-Scale Electrophysiology and Site-Specific Stimulation@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.915005659Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJonathan Demb

Yale
【Keywords】Retina(0+4); CNS(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Adaptation(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Interneuron(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Electrophysiology(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Adaptation, Physiological; Neurophysiology; Retinal Ganglion Cells; Synapses; Retinal Cone Photoreceptor Cells; Retinal Bipolar Cells.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABo Wang

Stanford
【Keywords】Membrane(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(4+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yousheng Shu, Carlos LoisYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Wang, Bo [⬀] ; Code: K01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Lpcat3 and Phospholipid Remodeling in Intestinal Homeostasis@ University of California Los Angeles; Matching Score: 0.936001717Assist Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAAnima Anandkumar

CalTech
【Keywords】Learning(12+0); Machine learning(3+4); Structure(2+0); Spectral(2+0); Development(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(9+4); Theory(4+0); Statistics(1+1); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Large-scale machine learning, non-convex optimization and high-dimensional statistics
【Publications】NIPS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004661Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARamkumar Sabesan

UW
【Keywords】Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Neural Circuits; Sensory Systems; Disorders of the Nervous System.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAS.-K. "Victor" Song

WUSTL
【Keywords】CNS(0+4); Axon(2+2); Pathology(0+3); Injury(1+2); Tumor(0+3); Inflammation(1+1); Sclerosis(1+1); Diffusion MRI(0+2); Imaging(1+1); White matter(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Translation(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Biomarker(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Human imaging(0+1); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+1); Human(1+4);
【Methods】MRI(2+3); fMRI(2+0); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Imaging CNS function and pathology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABruce McCandliss

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(11+0); Development(8+0); Attention(7+0); Language(5+0); Attentional network(4+0); Vision(3+0); Learning(3+0); White matter(3+0); Dyslexia(2+0); Injury(2+0); Brain injury(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Auditory(2+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Axon(1+0); Perception(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Form(1+0); Memory(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Music(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Fusiform gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0); Computation(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael I. PosnerZachariah M. Reagh, Cindy K. Lam, Kimberly G. Noble, María Ruz, Ayzit O. Doydum, Sumit N. Niogi, Yuliya Yoncheva, Gillian S. Starkey, Andrew Mattarella-Micke, Arnaud Viarouge, Yuliya Yoncheva, Urs Maurer, Francisca Serrano, Edward M. HubbardYears: 2008 — 2012; Recipients: Mccandliss, Bruce; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Brain Correlates of Early Math and Number Skills: Tracing Changes Related to Age and Instruction in a Natural Experiment@ Vanderbilt University; Matching Score: 0.915017151Prof.
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, USAJames R Doty, FICS, FAANS

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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UW021010Seattle, WA, USAElizabeth Buffalo

UW
【Keywords】Learning and memory(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Spectral(0+1); Spatial navigation(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaZi-Long Qiu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】MeCP2(22+1); Development(13+3); Disorder(5+5); Autism(4+5); Plasticity(2+6); Regulation(6+1); Dendrite(5+2); Transcription(4+2); Differentiation(5+0); Spine(5+0); Cognition(0+5); Transgenic(4+0); Rett Syndrome(2+2); Pain(4+0); Receptor(3+0); Dendritic growth(2+1); Psychiatric disorder(3+0); Glutamate receptor(0+2); Reprogramming(2+0); Sense(0+2); Knowledge(0+2); Stress(2+0); Optical(2+0); Connection(2+0); Basal forebrain(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Calcium channel(0+1); Structure(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Injury(1+0); Vision(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Memory(1+0); Memory Consolidation(0+1); Spatial learning(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Social behavior(0+1); Respiratory(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(8+1); Monkey(6+0); Human(4+0); Stem Cell(4+0); Rat(2+0); Primate(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(15+10); Protein(8+1); Model(8+0); Behavior(1+4); In vivo(1+0); Tracing(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); EEG(1+0);
【Research】Molecular Basis of Neural Plasticity
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); Nature Communications(2); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Anirvan GhoshJincheng Wang002278Senior Investigator
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
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAKenneth Miller

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(9+1); Sense(2+5); Development(4+2); Visual cortex(5+1); Learning(3+1); Structure(0+3); LIP(2+1); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Attention(2+0); Decision making(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Barrel cortex(0+1); Motor(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(0+1); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(3+5); Model(4+0); Theory(2+2); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Sensory Physiology; Synapses and Circuits; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); JNS(3); Neural Computation(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael P. StrykerAndrew Kayser, Anton Edward Krukowski, Thomas Z. Lauritzen, Brendan K. Murphy, Daniel B. Rubin, Avi Ziskind, Wujie Zhang, Aylin Cimenser, Tatyana Sharpee, Hiroki Sugihara, Taro Toyoizumi, Todd W. Troyer, Stephanie E. Palmer, Xaq Pitkow, Yashar AhmadianDavid Ferster, Stephanie E. PalmerYears: 2018; Recipients: Miller, Kenneth DScanziani, Massimo (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Understanding V1 Circuit Dynamics and Computations@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1009377Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALawrence Recht

Stanford
【Keywords】Tumor(4+0); Imaging(3+0); Development(1+1); Neurology(2+0); Neuro-oncology(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Neural differentiation(0+1); CNS(1+0); Embryo(0+1); Disease(1+0); Blood flow(1+0);
【Models】Rodent(2+1); Rat(2+0); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Model(2+3); Protein(2+0); In vivo(1+0); MRI(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Recht, Lawrence D; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Protocol Review and Monitoring System (Core-014)@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USASrdjan Ostojic

MIT
【Keywords】Dynamics(3+0); Recurrent Neural Network(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Context(1+0); Timing(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); PFC(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(5+0); Model(3+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(3); PLOS Computational Biology(3);
【Reviews】Physical Review(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stefano Fusi, Nicolas Brunel, Vincent Hakim001146Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaZheng Wang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Disorder(1+8); Imaging(4+5); Disease(0+6); Epilepsy(4+0); Neurology(3+0); Metabolism(3+0); Blood flow(3+0); Diffusion MRI(0+3); Therapy(0+2); Schizophrenia(2+0); Contrast(2+0); Somatosensory(2+0); Reward(0+2); Neural network(0+2); Axon(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(1+0); Frequency(0+1); Planning(0+1); Attention(0+1); Consciousness(1+0); Concept(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Resting state(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); Optical(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); V1(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0); White matter(0+1);
【Models】Primate(1+5); Monkey(2+3); Human(0+4); Non-human primate(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(4+11); fMRI(3+4); Model(2+3); Gene(1+3); In vivo(1+1); LFP(2+0); Theory(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】Brain Imaging
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ravi S. Menon, Anna W. RoeWeilong Yi, Wang Zhiwei000564Investigator
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USASatoshi Ikemoto

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Reward(11+0); Dopamine(8+0); Nucleus accumbens(7+0); VTA(6+0); Dopamine neuron(5+0); Cocaine(4+0); Amphetamine(3+0); Raphe(3+0); Receptor(2+0); GABAA receptor(2+0); Vision(2+0); Appetitive(2+0); Aversive(2+0); Ventral striatum(2+0); Olfactory tubercle(2+0); Substantia nigra(2+0); Glutamate(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Neuropeptide(1+0); GABA(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Learning(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Memory Consolidation(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0);
【Models】Rat(9+0);
【Methods】Behavior(10+0); Theory(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); Ultrasonic(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Review(4); Brain Research Reviews(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jaak Panksepp, William  J McBride, Roy WiseAaron D Z Tan, Andrew J. Kesner, Hassiba Beldjoud, Thomas C. JhouRoy WiseYears: 2018; Recipients: Ikemoto, Satoshi; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Neural Mechanisms Involved in the Development of Addiction-Like Symptoms@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 1007275
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALaura Roberts

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(33+7); Schizophrenia(3+1); Development(2+1); Disorder(2+0); Depression(1+1); Machine learning(2+0); Addiction(0+1); Pain(1+0); Planning(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Roberts, Laura W; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Enabling Ethical Participation in Innovative Neuroscience On Mental Illness and Addiction: Towards a New Screening Tool Enhancing Informed Consent For Transformative Research On the Human Brain@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958006547Prof.
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, USAMirna Mustapha

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(2+3); Hormone(2+2); Synapse formation(1+2); Development(1+1); Differentiation(0+2); Frequency(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Neurogenesis(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Synapse maturation(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Sense(1+0); Form(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Encoding(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Mouse(4+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+0); Protein(3+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); JNS(3); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Mustapha, Mirna; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Understanding Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Neurogenesis in the Cochlea@ University of Michigan; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USACarlo Colantuoni

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Differentiation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAYih-Ing Hser

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USALeonard Kaczmarek

Yale
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+4); Regulation(0+1); Sense(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Ion Channels; Learning; Memory; Neurosciences; Pharmacology; Physiology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnn M Arvin

Stanford
【Keywords】Pathogenesis(7+2); Infection(3+1); Regulation(1+1); Membrane(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Disease(0+1); HIV(1+0); Body(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+2); Mouse(1+2); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Virus(14+2); Model(2+1); In vivo(1+1); Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(5); PNAS(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaibhid O Maoileidigh

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(3+0); Homeostatic(2+0); Transcription(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Sense(1+0); Perception(1+0); Auditory(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(3+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000345Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USATerrence J. Sejnowski

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Memory(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANorma Graham

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(11+3); Contrast(4+3); Adaptation(2+2); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Perception(1+0); Form(0+1); Memory(1+0); Machine(1+0); V1(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(1+0); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jacob Nachmias, Floyd RatliffElizabeth Thorpe Davis, Joy Hirsch, Patricia Kramer, Bernice E. Rogowitz, Adam Y. Shavit, Patricia R. DeLucia, S. Sabina Wolfson, S. Sabina WolfsonProf.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJames Olson

UW
【Keywords】Transcription(0+8); Mutant(0+4); Disease(0+4); Development(0+2); Neuronal differentiation(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Motor(0+2);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+6); Microarray(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADouglas R. Galasko

UCSD
【Keywords】Body(0+5); Alzheimer's disease(0+3); Tau(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Form(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Dementias(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Gene(0+2);
【Research】 Clinical
【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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAntonello Bonci MD

JHU
【Keywords】VTA(0+3); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); LTP(0+2); LTD(0+2); Drugs of Abuse(0+2); PFC(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Cocaine(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Nucleus accumbens(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(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
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAOliver Hobert

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(18+2); Transcription(5+0); Differentiation(4+1); Cell fate(4+0); Axon(3+1); Regulation(3+0); Receptor(3+0); Embryo(2+0); Axon guidance(2+0); Synaptogenesis(1+1); Finger(2+0); Interneuron(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Mutant(1+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Environment(0+1); Branching(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(45+2);
【Methods】Gene(8+2); Protein(5+0); Behavior(3+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Synapses and Circuits; Cell Specification and Differentiation; Neurogenetics; Axon Pathfinding and Synaptogenesis; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(8); Science(2); Cell(8); Neuron(9); Nature Methods(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary RuvkunKristin Tessmar-Raible, Tatiana Popovitchenko, Hannes Bulow, Ephraim L. Tsalik, Sarah L. Chang, Nehal A. Mehta, Adam S. Wenick, Katherine L. Berry, Thomas Boulin, John F. Etchberger, Eileen B. Flowers, Christopher O. Ortiz, M. M. O'Meara, Sumeet Sarin, Enkelejda Bashllari, Andrew D. Goldsmith, Heidi Kay Smith, Feifan Zhang, Vincent Bertrand, Nuria Flames, Roger Pocock, Chen Wang, Steven J. CookJon T. Pierce-ShimomuraYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Hobert, Oliver; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: A Nervous System-Wide Analysis of C. Elegans Homeobox Gene Function@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939015781Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADean Wong MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Imaging(0+4); Development(0+2); CNS(0+1); ADHD(0+1); Cocaine(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】PET(0+5); In vivo(0+2); Pharmacology(0+2); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDCR??Bethesda, MD, USANicholas Ryba

NIH-NIDCR
【Keywords】Taste(14+10); Receptor(7+6); Sense(1+2); Knockin(1+0); Amino acid(0+1); Seizure(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Modality(0+1); Aversive(1+0); Innate behavior(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(11); Science(2); Cell(5); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMichael Mustari

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+8); Vestibular(0+6); Eye Movement(0+4); Development(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Reflex(0+2); Motor Neuron(0+2); Muscle(0+2); Knowledge(0+2); FEF(0+2); MSTd(0+2); Pontine nuclei(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Computation(0+4); Single-unit recording(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAMatthew State

UCSF
【Keywords】Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Development(0+2); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+4);
【Research】Genetics and genomics of developmental neuropsychiatric disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJoel Schuman

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(1+5); Vision(1+3); Disease(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Imaging of the eye, laser-tissue interactions, aqueous outflow, and clinical pharmacology
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMahendra Bhati

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(8+0); Schizophrenia(6+0); Depression(5+0); Disorder(4+0); Neurology(3+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Ventral striatum(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Language(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Emotion(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】DBS(5+0); TMS(2+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGiovanni Coppola

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USALenore Launer

NIH-NIA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USABin Wu Ph.D.

JHU
【Keywords】Translation(0+6); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Axon(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+5); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJack Bui

UCSD
【Keywords】Tumor(0+6); Structure(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Cell line(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USATed B. Usdin

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Receptor(3+8); Peptide(6+3); Hormone(3+3); Fear(3+0); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Transporter(0+2); Anxiety(2+0); Memory(2+0); Amygdala(2+0); Hypothalamus(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Neuropeptide(1+0); Peptide receptor(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Pain(1+0); Nociception(1+0); Inflammatory pain(1+0); Pain perception(0+1); Touch(1+0); Context(1+0); Social(1+0); Exploration(0+1); Motivation(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Thermoregulation(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Neuroendocrine(1+0); Connection(1+0); Medial nucleus(1+0); Thalamus(0+1); Preoptic area(1+0); Locus coeruleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Rat(5+0);
【Methods】Behavior(5+1); Anatomy(0+2); Pharmacology(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAQuan Dong Nguyen

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USACharles Peskin

NYU
【Keywords】Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Cardiac fluid dynamics, biomolecular motors, neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHyongsok Soh

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASara Gandy

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAKevin A. Roth

Columbia
【Keywords】Tumor(4+5); Development(3+2); Differentiation(3+0); Stress(3+0); Transgenic(0+2); Cell line(1+1); Dysfunction(2+0); Therapy(0+2); Neuro-oncology(2+0); Depression(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Neurotrophin(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Cell cycle(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); CNS(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+2); Human(2+2); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Model(4+3); In vitro(1+2); Protein(1+0); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Neurotransmitter and Neurotrophin Receptors and Cell Signaling ; CNS Cancer Biology and Treatment ;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(4); Cell(9);
【Reviews】Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2012 — 2015; Recipients: Roth, Kevin A; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Molecular Detection Core@ University of Alabama At Birmingham; Matching Score: 0.994031886Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANigam H Shah

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(2+1); Decision making(1+2); Learning(2+0); Cardiovascular(2+0); LTD(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Concept(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Respiratory(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Artificial intelligence(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+2); Gene(1+1); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAGord Fishell

Harvard
【Keywords】Interneuron(5+12); Development(2+7); Disorder(1+2); Structure(0+2); Autism(1+1); Neural Circuit(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Glia(0+1); Environment(1+0); Embryo(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Sense(1+0); Vision(1+0); Memory(1+0); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+2); Human(1+0); Primate(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(2+4); Cell culture(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Fishell, GordThe genetics, biochemistry and physiology of forebrain inhibition.
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(5); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Derek van der Kooy, Mary E. HattenStephanie L Rogers, Maria Annette McCarthy, Marc V. Fuccillo, Francesca Balordi, Renata Batista-Brito, Melissa M. Chang, Melissa G. McKenzie, Sebnem N. Tuncdemir, Edmund Au, Simon Butt, Joshua G. Corbin, Nicholas Gaiano, Carina Hanashima, Leena Ali Ibrahim, Jhumku Kohtz, Soohyun Lee, Elsa Rossignol, Brett L. Benedetti, Christian Mayer, Gabrielle Pouchelon, Jens Hjerling-Leffler, Natalia V. De Marco Garcia, Lucas Sjulson, Timothy J. Petros, Jordane Dimidschstein, Giulia QuattrocoloProf.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USATamara Hershey

WUSTL
【Keywords】D2 receptor(5+0); Memory(5+0); Dopamine(4+0); Neurology(4+0); Cognition(3+1); Sleep(3+0); Metabolism(2+1); Synapse(2+0); Disease(1+1); Disorder(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Neuroimaging(1+1); Optical(2+0); Subthalamic nucleus(1+1); NMDA receptor(1+0); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Structure(1+0); Development(0+1); Axon(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Body(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Motor(1+0); Timing(1+0); Cognitive Control(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Reward(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); PET(2+1); DBS(1+1); In vivo(1+0); MRI(0+1); fMRI(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Clinical neuroscience of diabetes and related diseases
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Joel S. PerlmutterJo Ann V. Antenor-Dorsey, Meghan C. Campbell, Sarah A. EisensteinKevin John BlackYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Hershey, Tamara GMarcus, Daniel Scott [⬀] ; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Ninds Center Core For Brain Imaging@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.958008226Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStephanie Correa

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAIan G. Dobbins

WUSTL
【Keywords】Memory(2+2); Imaging(1+2); Learning(2+0); Decision making(1+1); PFC(1+1); Cognition(0+1); Retrieval(0+1); Episodic memory(0+1); Motivation(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】fMRI(1+3); MRI(1+1); Behavior(0+2); Model(1+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Interaction of Episodic Memory and Decision-Making Using fMRI and behavioral methods
【Publications】Nature(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAChristian Linder

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(10+0); Biomechanics(2+0); Branching(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Kinematics(1+0); Concept(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(16+0); Computation(6+0); Behavior(2+0); Theory(2+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2016 — 2021; Recipients: Linder, Christian; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Career: Stretchability by Design - Understanding Mechanical Phenomena in Microarchitectured Soft Material Systems@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002036Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoseph L. Demer

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAPablo M. Blazquez

WUSTL
【Keywords】Vestibular(2+2); Motor control(0+4); Spatial navigation(0+3); Cerebellum(2+1); Motor learning(1+1); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Cerebellar vermis(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(3+0); Primate(0+2); Mouse(0+2); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(1+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Function of the Cerebellar-brainstem loop in motor control, spatial navigation and motor learning
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stephen M. Highstein, Jose M. Delgado-Garcia, Ann M. GraybielMaria A. Davis-Lopez de Carrizosa, Shane A. Heiney, GyuTae KimYutaka Hirata, Angel M. PastorAssoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAShai Friedland

Stanford
【Keywords】Gastrointestinal(11+1); Imaging(3+0); Disease(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Development(0+1); Pathology(1+0); APP(1+0); Infection(1+0); Learning(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004966Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMyriam Heiman

MIT
【Keywords】Disease(1+8); Vulnerability(0+7); Parkinson's disease(1+4); Dopamine(0+3); Stress(3+0); CA2(3+0); Transgenic(1+1); Regulation(2+0); CNS(2+0); Striatum(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Spine(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Motor(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Substantia nigra(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+7);
【Methods】Protein(4+2); Model(1+5); Gene(0+3); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Neuronal profiling in mouse models of Huntington’s disease; Neuronal profiling in mouse models of Parkinson’s disease
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(5); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaniel Spielman

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(6+5); Metabolism(4+1); Therapy(1+1); Autism(2+0); Spectral(2+0); Engineering(0+2); Amino acid(1+0); GABA(1+0); Translation(1+0); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Biomarker(1+0); Injury(1+0); Pediatric(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Body(0+1); Muscle(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(3+3); Theory(5+1); In vivo(1+2); Model(3+0); Algorithm(2+0); Biophysics(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Donghyun Kim, Calvin Lew, Priti Balchandani, Yakir Levin, Jae Mo Park, Kelvin L. BillingsleyYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Spielman, Daniel M [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Robust 1h Mrsi of Gaba, Glutamate, Glutamine, and Glutathione@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1014800Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASandra Bajjalieh

UW
【Keywords】Vesicle(0+3); Membrane(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Environment(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Gene(0+1);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience;  Excitable Membranes and Synaptic Transmission
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnthony G Doufas

Stanford
【Keywords】Anesthesia(7+0); Pain(3+3); Sleep(4+2); Hypoxia(4+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Reinforcement learning(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Model(2+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
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【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USALuis Marcos

NYU
【Keywords】Psychiatry(6+0); Language(2+0);
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【Methods】
【Research】Special needs of the homeless mentally ill population
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMichael Do

Harvard
【Keywords】Retina(8+1); Vision(0+5); Photoreceptor(4+1); Adaptation(4+0); Modulation(2+0); Plasticity(0+2); Perception(0+2); Form(2+0); Body(0+2); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Glia(0+1); Development(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Context(0+1); Consciousness(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(4+1); Mouse(4+1); Primate(2+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】A Biophysical Approach to System Function
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Physiological Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bruce P. Bean, King-Wai YauAlan J. Emanuel, Elliott S. Milner001991Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASusumu Tomita

Yale
【Keywords】Synaptic Transmission(0+5); Glutamate receptor(0+3); Glutamate(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Emotion(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Biochemistry; Brain; Electrophysiology; Molecular Biology; Synaptic Transmission; Physiology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDDK??Bethesda, MD, USAJurgen Wess

NIH-NIDDK
【Keywords】Muscarinic(8+0); Receptor(5+0); Dopamine(3+0); Memory(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); D1 receptor(1+0); Axon(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Learning(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Attention(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Substantia nigra(1+0); Pars reticulata(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(1); Nature Communications(2); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJudith Brook

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(4+0); Alcohol(4+0); Stress(2+0); Development(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Nicotine(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Etiology and consequences of psychopathology and drug and tobacco use
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMay Han

Stanford
【Keywords】Sclerosis(9+0); Neuroinflammation(5+0); Receptor(3+0); Disorder(1+1); Biomarker(2+0); Neuroimmunology(2+0); LTD(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); CNS(0+1); Trafficking(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Spinal Cord Injury(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Imaging(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+0); Gene(1+0); Virus(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John Glomset, Lawrence SteinmanAssoc Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAMichael Brainard

UCSF
【Keywords】Learning(0+12); Auditory(0+11); Motor learning(0+7); Development(0+3); Sense(0+3); Structure(0+2); Reinforcement learning(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Vision(0+1); Auditory processing(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Timing(0+1); Social(0+1); Language(0+1); Speech(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Bird(0+5); Songbird(0+3); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Microstimulation(0+4); Model(0+2); Tracing(0+1);
【Research】Sensorimotor Learning in the Song System
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAVay Liang W. Go

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

Harvard
【Keywords】Learning(7+0); Hypothalamus(1+5); Injury(5+0); Reproduction(2+2); Metabolism(1+3); Cognition(3+0); Vision(3+0); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Cytokine(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Acquisition(2+0); Extinction(2+0); Attention(1+1); Concept(2+0); Fear(2+0); Neuroendocrine(1+1); Hormone(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Receptor(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Perinatal(0+1); Perception(1+0); Category(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Steroid(0+1); Amygdala(1+0); Arcuate nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Human(3+1); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Behavior(3+0); In vivo(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neuroendocrine control of reproductive function and metabolism
【Publications】JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000073Assist Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAEmery Brown

MIT
【Keywords】Anesthesia(5+7); Engineering(1+2); Systems Neuroscience(1+1); Bayesian(1+1); Signal processing(0+2); Rhythm(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Development(0+1); Depth(0+1); Pain(0+1); Learning(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Art(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Subthalamic nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+1); fMRI(1+1); Mathematics(0+2); MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0); EEG(0+1); DBS(1+0); Data analysis(0+1);
【Research】Neural Signal Processing Algorithms; Understanding General Anesthesia
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Jost HuberVincent Chi Kwan Cheung, Jonathan D. Kenny, Zhe Chen, Jakob Voigts, W WU, Iahn Cajigas, Josefina Correa, Uri T. Eden, Sujith Vijayan, Stuart Pope Layton, Aylin Cimenser, Todd P. Coleman, Francisco J. Flores, Loren Frank, Sridevi V Sarma, Wilson Truccolo, David P. Nguyen, SangGyun Kim, Hideaki Shimazaki, Wasim Q. Malik, Gordon PipaWendy Suzuki, Matthew A. Wilson, Laura CornelissenProf.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKevin Wang

Stanford
【Keywords】Brain injury(6+0); Regulation(1+1); Receptor(2+0); Structure(2+0); Regeneration(2+0); Axon(2+0); Signal transduction(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Environment(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Disease(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Injury(1+0); Trauma(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0); Stem Cell(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); Protein(3+0); Biochemistry(2+0); Biophysics(2+0); In vitro(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Firas H. Kobeissy020998Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGreg Zaharchuk

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(23+2); Stroke(22+1); Disease(5+0); Blood flow(5+0); Cerebrovascular(3+1); Neurology(3+0); Therapy(2+0); Learning(1+1); Metabolism(2+0); Ischemia(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Artificial intelligence(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】MRI(14+1); fMRI(0+1); PET(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007846Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAAndrew Tomlinson

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(2+2); Photoreceptor(3+1); Retina(1+2); Cell fate(1+1); Differentiation(0+2); Signal transduction(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(10+1);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Cellular Interactions in Drosophila Development; Cell Specification and Differentiation;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(7); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Donald Ready, Gerald M. RubinWalter R. Strapps, Hui-Ying Lim, Corey G. Washington, Naureen Quibria, Gerard Campbell, Marcel WehrliYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Tomlinson, Andrew; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Activity in Drosophila Eye Development@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJoy Hirsch

Yale
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Neuroimaging(0+2); Development(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Perception(0+1); Face(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Social(0+1); Language(0+1); Music(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); fMRI(0+2); EEG(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Neurosciences.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJeansok Kim 

UW
【Keywords】Associative learning(0+2); Stress(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+3); In vitro(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Pharmacology(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USABernardo Rudy

NYU
【Keywords】Ion Channel(2+2); Potassium channel(3+0); Membrane(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Regulation(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); GABA(1+0); Acetylcholine(0+1); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Development(1+0); CNS(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Barrel cortex(1+0); Motor(1+0); Motor control(0+1); Interneuron(1+0); Memory(0+1); Aggression(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); V1(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(1+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Pharmacology(4+0); Channel(3+0); Protein(2+0); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Organization and function of neocortical circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Pharmacological Review(2); Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard KeynesClifford Kentros, David H. Lau, Michael J. Saganich, Ethan M. Goldberg, Yimy Amarillo, Edward Zagha, Jonathon K. Maffie, Soohyun Lee, Herman Moreno, Maximiliano Josè Nigro, Marcela Silvia Nadal, Noah Care Roy, Illya Kruglikov, Marcela Silvia NadalAnita A. Disney018687Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAGregory W. Terman

UW
【Keywords】LTP(0+6); Opiate(0+4); Pain(0+4); Modulation(0+3); Receptor(0+3); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Transporter(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); NMDA receptor(0+1); Calcium channel(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Neuroplasticity(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Opioids(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); CA3(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience;  Excitable Membranes and Synaptic Transmission; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMoses Chao

NYU
【Keywords】Receptor(15+1); Neurotrophin(5+0); Structure(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Disease(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Sense(1+0); Encoding(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Primate(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Mechanisms of neurotophin receptor signaling
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(4); Cell(4); Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard AxelJulie Huber, Gus Khursigara, Albert H. Kim, Niccolo Zampieri, Synphen H. Wu, Vladimir Camarena, Jhon J. Sutachan, Patrizia Casaccia-Bonnefil, Marco Domeniconi, Barbara L. Hempstead, Francis S. Lee, Katrin DeinhardtBianca Jones MarlinYears: 2019; Recipients: Chao, Moses Victor [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Targets of Oxytocin Receptor Signaling@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1040356Prof.
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.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAVikaas Sohal

UCSF
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+4); Microcircuit(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Anxiety(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Emotion(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Hippocampus(0+2); Amygdala(0+2); 5-HT(0+1); Gamma rhythm(0+1); Autism(0+1); Depression(0+1); Sense(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Attention(0+1); PFC(0+1); Thalamus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Understanding emergent patterns of activity in cortical networks & their relationships to psychiatric disordes
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAShawn Olsen

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+4); Cognition(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Structure(0+1); Object recognition(0+1); Spatial attention(0+1); Learning(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USANephi Stella

UW
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADaniel Drachman MD

JHU
【Keywords】Motor Neuron(0+8); Disease(0+6); Neuromuscular(0+4); Disorder(0+2); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAIan Carroll

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(21+3); Disease(2+3); Disorder(2+2); Spine(0+3); Fatigue(0+3); Development(1+1); Degeneration(0+2); Infection(2+0); Headache(0+2); Migraine(0+2); Posture(0+2); Gastrointestinal(2+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Opioids(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(1+0); Body(0+1); Analgesics(1+0); Finger(1+0); Memory(0+1); Machine learning(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Human(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); MRI(1+0); Microarray(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002562Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAEdythe D. London

UCLA
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+2); Psychiatry(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABrian Kobilka

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(7+14); Structure(6+3); Muscarinic(3+0); Membrane(3+0); Cardiovascular(0+3); Acetylcholine receptor(2+0); Development(2+0); Trafficking(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Ion Channel(1+0); Form(0+1); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Learning(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(7); Cell(2); Nature Communications(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1); PNAS(3);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Biochemistry(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert J. LefkowitzYoon Seok Kim, Pejman Ghanouni, Thomas P. Finsterbach, Carl M. Hurt, Juan J. Fung, Daniel M. Rosenbaum, Mark von Zastrow, John JanetzkoMartin J. LohseYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Kobilka, Brian K. ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: G Protein Coupled Receptor Structure, Dynamics and Signaling@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Other
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMaarten Reith

NYU
【Keywords】Transporter(4+9); Dopamine(8+2); Receptor(3+3); Cocaine(1+5); Monoamine(0+4); Parkinson's disease(2+1); Regulation(0+2); Chemical neuroscience(2+0); Development(0+2); Neuroprotective(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Addiction(0+2); Reward(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Structure(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Depression(0+1); Attention(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Pharmacology(3+0); Model(0+2); Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neurotransmitters, transporters, and addiction
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJoy Taylor

Stanford
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【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2007 — 2010; Recipients: Taylor, Joy L; Code: P41; Title/Keywords: Cognitive&Neural Basis of Memory in Older Aviators Genetically At Risk For Ad@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAbbas El Gamal

Stanford
【Keywords】Memory(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(6+0); Channel(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Methods(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hui Tian, Stuart A. Kleinfelder, Xinqiao Liu, Ting Chen, Suk H. Lim, Khaled Salama, Sina Zahedi, Helmy Eltoukhy, James Mammen, Ali O. Ercan, Hossein Kakavand, Sam Kavusi, Keith G. Fife031369Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABeate Ritz

UCLA
【Keywords】Environment(0+6); Parkinson's disease(0+4); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARhonda R. Voskuhl

UCLA
【Keywords】Neurology(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaYong Gu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Vision(16+3); Vestibular(11+4); Heading perception(6+4); MSTd(8+2); Heading(4+3); Self-motion(3+1); MST(4+0); Multisensory(1+2); Visual cortex(3+0); Multisensory integration(2+0); Decoding(2+0); FEF(1+1); Modulation(1+0); Translation(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Sense(1+0); Form(0+1); Self-motion perception(1+0); Motor(1+0); Perceptual learning(1+0); Spatial perception(0+1); Bayesian(0+1); V5/MT(1+0); Nucleus lentiformis(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(6+0); Human(3+1); Non-human primate(0+2); Monkey(0+2); Primate(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); Psychophysics(1+1); LFP(0+2); Computation(1+1); fMRI(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Microstimulation(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Spatial Perception
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(3); JNS(7); PNAS(1); eLife(2); Cerebral Cortex(3);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dora Angelaki, Shurong Wang, Dora Angelaki, Greg DeAngelisZhixian Cheng, Qihao Keo Zheng, Han Hou, lihua yang, Zhi-lin Lei, Yu Xuefei002189Investigator
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAlex S. Evers

WUSTL
【Keywords】GABAA receptor(3+4); Ion Channel(2+1); Steroid(3+0); Regulation(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+7); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of anesthetic action - Proteomics of GABAA receptors
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAWilliam Catterall

UW
【Keywords】Calcium channel(0+6); Regulation(0+4); Sodium channel(0+4); Muscle(0+3); Modulation(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Structure(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Amino acid(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Vesicle docking(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Channel(0+3);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGiordano Lippi

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+8); Regulation(0+3); Developmental Disorder(0+3); Neural network(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Epilepsy(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Memory(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+3); In vivo(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USALaurie Brotman

NYU
【Keywords】Development(5+0); Psychiatry(5+0); Aggression(4+0); Emotion(3+0); Social behavior(3+0); Pediatric(1+1); Disorder(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Gait(1+0); Context(1+0); Attention(1+0); Social(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Reward(1+0); Neuroendocrine(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(8+0);
【Research】Preventing negative outcomes in high-risk pediatric populations
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005460Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARuss B Altman

Stanford
【Keywords】Therapeutics(7+0); Knowledge(3+2); Structure(1+3); Disease(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Development(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Depression(1+0); Learning(1+0); Context(0+1); Language(0+1); Causality(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Dynamics(0+1); Machine learning(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+1); Pharmacology(8+0); Computation(3+2); Bioinformatics(4+0); Microarray(2+0); Protein(0+1); Model(1+0); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(3); Nature Communications(1); PLOS Computational Biology(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
036446Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USALeonardo G. Cohen

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Stroke(17+3); Motor(11+3); Plasticity(3+3); Skill learning(3+2); Neurology(4+0); Motor learning(3+1); Consolidation(2+2); Neuroplasticity(2+1); Memory(1+2); Acquisition(2+1); Working memory(2+1); Modulation(2+0); Brain injury(1+1); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+2); Motor cortex(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(0+1); CNS(0+1); Injury(1+0); Depression(1+0); Sense(1+0); Form(1+0); Brain-Machine Interface(1+0); Brain-Computer Interface(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Reconsolidation(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Context(0+1); Inhibitory control(1+0); Art(1+0); Decoding(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(5+8);
【Methods】TMS(2+2); Behavior(0+2); fMRI(0+2); MEG(0+2); PET(0+1); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】Human Cortical Physiology and Neuroehabilitation Section
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark HallettSarah Levy, Desmond J. Oathes, Anusha Venkatakrishnan, Oluwole O. Awosika, Pablo Celnik, Eran Dayan, Michael A. Dimyan, Monica Perez, Heidi Schambra, Sunbin  Sylvie Song, Alissa Fourkas, Ethan R. Buch, George F. Wittenberg, Carolyn Wan-hsun Wu, Michelle Harris-Love, Brita Fritsch, Annapoorna - Kuppuswamy, Mitsunari Abe, Surjo R. Soekadar, Marco Sandrini, Joaquim Pereira Brasil-NetoSteven P. WiseYears: 2007 — 2018; Recipients: Cohen, Leonardo; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Modulating Brain Plasticity in Rehabilitation of Stroke and Other Brain Lesions@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 1065172
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMartin S Angst

Stanford
【Keywords】Anesthesia(2+1); Pain(3+0); Headache(3+0); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Disease(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Infection(0+1); Perinatal(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Trauma(1+0); Migraine(1+0); Context(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Aversive(0+1);
【Models】Human(6+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Bioinformatics(2+0); Protein(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAAdam Cohen

Harvard
【Keywords】Membrane(1+8); Imaging(6+2); Optical(3+2); Ion Channel(1+1); Structure(1+1); Neural Circuit(2+0); Engineering(0+2); Transgenic(1+0); Receptor(0+1); NMDA receptor(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Glia(0+1); Disease(0+1); Object(1+0); Pain(0+1); Motor Neuron(1+0); Free-energy(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+1); Mouse(1+1); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(5+2); Protein(4+2); Optogenetics(5+0); Microscopy(1+1); Pharmacology(2+0); In vitro(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Optical electrophysiology and neuronal biophysics
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Physical Review(2); Curr Opin Chem Biol. (1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
006036Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJohn R. Pruett

WUSTL
【Keywords】Autism(7+2); Development(3+2); Vision(2+1); Attention(2+1); Social(2+1); Disorder(2+0); Developmental Disorder(2+0); Face perception(1+1); Cognition(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Face(0+1); Spatial attention(1+0); Motor(1+0); Social cognition(0+1); Reasoning(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(2+1); MRI(1+0);
【Research】The neuroscience of ASD, social cognition and comparative cognition
【Publications】Science(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harold BurtonEric FeczkoYears: 2019; Recipients: Piven, Joseph (co-PI) [⬀] Pruett, John R; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mri Based Presymptomatic Prediction of Asd@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASusan Y. Bookheimer

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJoe Howard

Yale
【Keywords】Motor(0+4); Structure(0+1); Form(0+1); Context(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Optical(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biophysics(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics; Cilia; Microtubules; Mitosis; Neurobiology; Physics; Molecular Motor Proteins; Nanotechnology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAZachary Knight

UCSF
【Keywords】Homeostatic(0+5); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Body(0+2); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Body temperature(0+1); Thirst(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Neural circuits for homeostatic behaviors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAS. Thomas Carmichael

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAKhalid Shah

Harvard
【Keywords】Tumor(2+16); Cell therapy(6+0); Receptor(2+2); Therapy(1+2); Transplantation(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Development(1+0); Proliferation(0+1); Self-renewal(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Pathology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Vision(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(23+15); Mouse(0+4);
【Methods】Virus(2+2); Model(0+4); Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(0+1); PET(1+0);
【Research】Therapeutic and diagnostic stem cells for neurological disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAEran Mukamel

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Dynamics(0+2); Machine learning(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Anesthesia(0+1); Form(0+1); Spectral(0+1); Signal processing(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+5); Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKatherine L. Narr

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABenjamin M. Wu

UCLA
【Keywords】Engineering(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAChristoph Anacker

Columbia
【Keywords】Stress(10+9); Neurogenesis(11+1); Depression(7+2); Psychiatry(6+0); Receptor(5+0); Dentate gyrus(3+2); Development(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+4); Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Hippocampus(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Inflammation(2+0); Anxiety(0+2); Cognition(2+0); Memory(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Trauma(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Dorsal raphe nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+3); Human(2+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+3); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neurobioloy of Psychiatric Disorders ; Stress Susceptibility and Resilience ; Early life Development ; Neural Circuits ; Molecular Mechanisms;
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
René Hen, Michael J. Meaney003695Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USANigel A. Calcutt

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Sense(0+2); Pain(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAShirit Einav

Stanford
【Keywords】Infection(1+2); Membrane(1+1); Trafficking(1+1); Disease(2+0); Dynamics(1+1); Receptor(1+0); Development(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Virus(6+5); Protein(3+1); Gene(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2); PNAS(2); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAAnn Graybiel

MIT
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(1+13); Disorder(0+3); Learning(1+2); Plasticity(0+2); Disease(0+2); Parkinson's disease(0+2); Motor(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Emotion(0+2); Striatum(0+2); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Extinction(0+1); Language(0+1); Music(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); PFC(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Multi-electrode(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Learning and Memory Mechanisms of the Basal Ganglia: from Habits to Cognition
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Walle J. H. NautaMitul  M. Desai, Christina S. Kim, Brian D. DePasquale, Lauren Stanwicks, Terra D. Barnes, Juan J. Canales, Fu-Chin Liu, Retsina M. Meyer, Clifton Ragsdale, Catherine A. Thorn, David M. Berson, Pablo M. Blazquez, Theresa M. Desrochers, Joseph Feingold, William Earl DeCoteau, Noboru Hiroi, Carolyn J. Lacey, Rosario Moratalla, Fujii Naotaka, Kyle S. Smith, Ledia F Hernandez, Eric Burguiere, Leif Gibb, Min Jung  J. Kim, Vedran Lovic, Christopher I. Connolly, Mandar S. Jog, Richard Courtemanche, John G Partridge, Naotaka Fujii, Theresa M. Desrochers, Ken-ichi Amemori, Marie-Francoise Chesselet, Jill R. Crittenden, Yasuo KubotaPatricia Monteiro, Morgane ThomsenYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Graybiel, Ann M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Functional and Anatomical Characterization of the Striosomal System@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADavid  Raible

UW
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+11); Synapse(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Perception(0+2); Ion Channel(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Body(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Vestibular(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Zebrafish(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Developmental Neuroscience;
Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADavid L. Glanzman

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJeffrey Wisoff

NYU
【Keywords】Tumor(4+1); Pediatric(2+1); Cognition(2+0); CNS(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Infection(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Clinical protocols for the treatment of pediatric brain tumors
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
010582Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USABertil Hille 

UW
【Keywords】Membrane(0+3); Transporter(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Form(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; X  Excitable Membranes and Synaptic Transmission; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAGyörgy Buzsaki

NYU
【Keywords】Oscillation(8+0); Hippocampus(7+0); Rhythm(2+1); Memory(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Nucleus basalis(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0);
【Methods】Model(2+0); In vivo(1+0); LFP(1+0); ECoG(1+0); EEG(1+0);
【Research】Rhythms in neural networks
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(4); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Brain Research Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
085935Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADavid Spiegel

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(12+0); Stress(3+3); Modulation(3+0); Disorder(3+0); Pain(2+1); Emotion(3+0); Rhythm(2+0); Disease(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Trauma(1+1); Depression(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Circadian(1+1); Transporter(1+0); Regulation(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Development(0+1); Environment(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Biomarker(1+0); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Nociception(1+0); Cognitive Control(0+1); Social(0+1); Fear(1+0); Sleep(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+1); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】fMRI(0+1); PET(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2);
【Reviews】Review(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
055032Prof.
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USAPeter R. Rapp

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Aging(11+6); Cognition(5+3); Memory(2+4); PFC(4+1); Receptor(4+0); Age-related(2+2); Working memory(3+0); Spine(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Translation(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Alzheimer's(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Vision(0+1); Long-term memory(1+0); Episodic memory(0+1); Context(0+1); Attention(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Temporal lobe(0+1); Retrosplenial cortex(1+0); Medial Temporal Lobe(0+1); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(4+1); Rat(3+0); Primate(1+1); Macaque(1+0); Non-human primate(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); Protein(2+0); Model(1+1); Gene(1+0); MRI(0+1); PET(0+1);
【Research】Laboratory of Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】JNS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michela Gallagher, David G. AmaralJul Lea L. Shamy, Bonnie R. Fletcher, Jul Lea L. Shamy, Prasad R. Shirvalkar, James F. Castellano, Inês Tomás Pereira, Amy M. Spiegel, Inês Tomás PereiraMark G. Baxter, Matthew Shapiro
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMaureen Neitz

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+6); Therapy(0+3); Environment(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Primate(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJoseph J Palamar

NYU
【Keywords】Alcohol(11+5); Development(1+4); HIV(1+4); Addiction(3+1); Music(1+3); Context(0+3); Disorder(1+0); Infection(0+1); Cannabinoids(0+1); Cocaine(1+0); Opioids(1+0); Drug dependence(0+1); Perception(0+1); Intention(1+0); Social(0+1); Concept(0+1); Sexual behavior(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+5); Model(4+1); Data analysis(0+2); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Large-scale study data analysis and tracking
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Perry N. HalkitisYears: 2015 — 2019; Recipients: Palamar, Joseph J; Code: K01; Title/Keywords: Development of a Rapid Survey to Detect Use of New and Emerging Drugs@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1002198Assist Prof.
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAChi-Hon Lee

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Vision(15+4); Spectral(4+0); Receptor(2+1); Structure(3+0); Development(1+2); Dendrite(3+0); Neural Circuit(1+2); Photoreceptor(1+2); Color(2+1); Connection(1+2); Mutant(0+2); Axon(2+0); Amino acid(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); CNS(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); Visual motion(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Connectomics(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(25+1);
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Gene(1+2); Behavior(1+1); Channel(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(4); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(3); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
S. Lawrence ZipurskyPhuong Chung, Moyi Li, Michele Rodney, Jermaine Ross, Shuying Gao, Songling Huang, Thangavel Karuppudurai, Satish Kumar, Yan Li, Tzu-Yang Lin, Jiangnan Luo, Krishna Melnattur, Pushpanathan Muthuirulan, Lei Xu, Meiluen Yang, Shinichi Yonekura, Mingmin Zhou, Chun-Yuan TingAbhishek KulkarniYears: 2011 — 2018; Recipients: Lee, Chi-Hon; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Dendrite Development of Medulla Tm Neurons@ Child Health and Human Development; Matching Score: 1005773
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAElyse J. Singer

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
【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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAIvan Soltesz

Stanford
【Keywords】Dentate gyrus(6+0); Hippocampus(5+0); Oscillation(4+0); Epilepsy(4+0); Synapse(3+0); Temporal lobe(3+0); Entorhinal cortex(3+0); GABA(2+0); Plasticity(2+0); Neurology(2+0); CA1(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Chloride(1+0); HCN(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptic integration(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Theta rhythm(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Development(1+0); Axon(1+0); Trauma(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Vision(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); CA3(1+0);
【Models】Rat(6+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Model(4+0); Optogenetics(2+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(2); Progress In Neurobiology(1); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Istvan Mody, Istvan ModyMarianne J. Bezaire, Stephen T. Ross, Anna d. Ratzliff, Vijayalakshmi Santhakumar, Julio Echegoyen, Robert J. Morgan, Caren M. Armstrong, Soo Y. Lee, Esther I. Krook-Magnuson, Csaba Varga, Janos Szabadics, Sang-Hun Lee, Jonas Dyhrfjeld-Johnsen, Ivan MarchionniPeter JedlickaYears: 2019; Recipients: Soltesz, Ivan; Code: R13; Title/Keywords: 2019 Inhibition in the Cns Gordon Research Conference and Gordon Research Seminar@ Gordon Research Conferences; Matching Score: 0.907012501Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHenry Rusinek

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(9+1); Aging(8+0); Disease(5+0); Alzheimer's disease(5+0); Cognition(5+0); Neurology(4+0); Psychiatry(3+0); Finger(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); Tau(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Body(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Learning(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Diffusion MRI(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】MRI(10+0); PET(2+1); Model(0+3); Gene(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Modeling and analysis of biomedical systems
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
018869Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAvishek Adhikari

UCLA
【Keywords】Anxiety(0+2); Structure(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Fear(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARosa Cao

Stanford
【Keywords】Morphology(1+0); Blood flow(1+0);
【Models】Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ned Block, Christopher I. Moore000239Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJonathan Lipton

Harvard
【Keywords】Circadian(3+8); Disease(0+5); Rhythm(0+4); Circadian clock(0+4); Bmal1(1+2); Translation(1+2); Sclerosis(3+0); Timing(0+3); Neural Circuit(2+0); Sleep(2+0); Metabolism(0+2); Dynamics(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Oscillation(0+1); Glia(0+1); Environment(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Aging(0+1); Stress(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+7); Model(3+2); Behavior(1+3); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Circadian rhythms and translational control in neurological diseases of the developing brain
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Scott Emmons, Mustafa SahinSamantha M SchaefferAssist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAntonio V. Delgado-Escueta

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichael S. Levine

UCLA
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(0+4); Huntington's disease(0+4); Modulation(0+3); Striatum(0+3); Mutant(0+2); Neuromodulation(0+2); Amino acid(0+2); Dopamine(0+2); Receptor(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Pediatric(0+2); Basal ganglia(0+2); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Development(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+6); Electrophysiology(0+3); Gene(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USALeonardo Belluscio

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Olfaction(16+9); Olfactory bulb(4+3); Plasticity(1+5); Receptor(3+1); Sense(3+1); Development(1+2); Alzheimer's disease(2+1); Neural Circuit(1+2); APP(2+0); Brain injury(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Axon guidance(1+0); Dendrite(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Timing(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(4+2); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(4+1); In vivo(2+1); Gene(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); MRI(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neural Plasticity Section
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(2); JNS(6); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard Axel, Lawrence C. KatzCaroline Rauffenbart, Alynda Noel Wood, Bryce D GrierYears: 2010 — 2016; Recipients: Belluscio, Leonardo; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Restoration of Olfactory Neural Circuitry Following Disruption.@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.913
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADustin R. Rubenstein

Columbia
【Keywords】Environment(11+3); Evolutionary(3+3); Social(3+1); Social behavior(2+2); Hormone(3+1); Receptor(2+0); Stress(2+0); Timing(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Steroid(1+0);
【Models】Bird(6+1); Songbird(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(4+6); Theory(0+3); Gene(0+2); Model(1+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Social evolution ; Mechanisms of social behavior ; environmental coping ; evolutionary geonomics ;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003939Assoc 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
000116Other
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAKathleen B. McDermott

WUSTL
【Keywords】Memory(11+6); Learning(8+2); Cognition(6+1); Language(3+0); Retrieval(1+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Attention(1+0); Executive control(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0); Medial Temporal Lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】fMRI(2+3); MRI(2+0); Behavior(0+2);
【Research】Human behavioral and fMRI studies of memory
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Henry L. Roediger, IIIKatie Alcock, Hung-Yu Chen, Nathan L. Anderson, Christopher L. Zerr, Jason C.K. Chan, Sean Kang, Karl K. Szpunar, Katie Arnold, Adrian W. Gilmore, Bridgid Finn, Steven M. Nelson, Yana Weinstein, Farah Naaz019338Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAPaul Forscher

Yale
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Axon guidance(0+1); Face(0+1); Motor(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJing Zhang

UW
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(0+7); Movement disorder(0+2); Dopamine(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Substantia nigra(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKathleen E. Cullen

JHU
【Keywords】Vestibular(0+10); Motor(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Multisensory(0+2); Posture(0+2); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Injury(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Vision(0+1); Self-motion(0+1); Spatial orientation(0+1); Gait(0+1); Neural encoding(0+1); Thalamus(0+1); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Computation(0+3); Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USANoelle L'Etoile

UCSF
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+2); Sense(0+2); Olfaction(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Vision(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Stress(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】Understand how molecules, cells, circuits and the physiology of an intact organism work together to produce learned behaviors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USATodd P. Coleman

UCSD
【Keywords】Systems Neuroscience(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】 Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDCR??Bethesda, MD, USAEva Mezey

NIH-NIDCR
【Keywords】Receptor(6+1); Differentiation(1+3); Transporter(3+0); Peptide receptor(2+0); Proliferation(1+1); Transplantation(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Neuropeptide(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Histamine(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disease(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Cannabinoids(1+0); Form(1+0); Social(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Paraventricular nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(11+6); Mouse(6+0); Human(4+0); Rat(4+0);
【Methods】Histochemistry(4+0); Gene(2+0); In vivo(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
025403
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHyowon Gweon

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(12+0); Development(6+0); Exploration(4+0); Learning(3+0); Context(3+0); Structure(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Autism(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Social(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); White matter(1+0); Rostral interstitial nucleus of medial(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(2+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(7);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rebecca Saxe, Laura E. SchulzXuan Zhao001330Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANing Qian

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(7+7); Adaptation(7+1); Perception(4+2); Face(1+3); Face perception(0+3); Motor(1+1); Learning(2+0); Neural network(2+0); V1(2+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Branching(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Spine(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Depth(1+0); Depth perception(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Planning(0+1); Perceptual learning(1+0); Social(0+1); Machine(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); V2(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(10+6); Computation(6+3); Psychophysics(1+3); Theory(1+2); TMS(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Computation and Theory; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Theoretical Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(1); Neuron(1); JNS(4); Neural Computation(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Terrence J. Sejnowski, Richard A. AndersenBaihan Lin, Brendon Omar Watson, Hong Xu, Nestor MatthewsZili Liu, Franco PestilliYears: 1995 — 2009; Recipients: Qian, Ning; Code: R01R29Activity Code Description:Undocumented code - click on the grant title for more information.; Title/Keywords: Computation and Psychophysics of Motion and Stereopsis@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1006288Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USADavid Harter

NYU
【Keywords】Tumor(4+0); Pediatric(2+1); Neuro-oncology(2+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(3+0);
【Research】Pediatric neurosurgery
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000299Assist Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaXu Zhang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Receptor(36+3); Pain(4+16); Neuropeptide(19+0); Sense(13+3); Injury(4+4); Inflammation(5+2); Regulation(6+0); Peptide(5+0); Development(2+3); Vesicle(4+0); Plasticity(4+0); Modulation(1+2); Somatosensory(3+0); Neuropathic pain(3+0); Olfaction(3+0); Adenohypophysis(3+0); Glutamate(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Nociception(2+0); Inflammatory pain(2+0); Reflex(2+0); Learning and memory(0+2); Neuroendocrinology(2+0); Pituitary gland(2+0); Locus coeruleus(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Signal transduction(0+1); NMDA receptor(1+0); Peptide receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Glial cell(1+0); CNS(1+0); Embryo(0+1); Axon(1+0); Axonal transport(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Autonomic(1+0); Encoding(0+1); Olfactory bulb(1+0); Arcuate nucleus(1+0); Raphe(1+0); Gracile nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(40+1); Monkey(5+0); Mouse(2+1); Human(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+4); Protein(1+2); Electrophysiology(2+0); Model(1+1); In vivo(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Sensory System
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(6); JNS(7); PNAS(7);
【Reviews】Progress In Neurobiology(1); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tomas HokfeltHaijiang Cai, Feng Wang, Qing-Feng Wu, Ji-Song Guan, pan lin009885Senior Investigator
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJohn Rinzel

NYU
【Keywords】
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【Methods】Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Biophysical mechanisms and theoretical foundations of neural computations
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wilfrid RallGarrett Neske, Mitchell L. Day, Ruben Moreno-Bote, Walter Senn, Daniel Levenstein, Alla R. Borisyuk, Boris Vladimirski, Abraham R. Schneider, Eric Shea-Brown, Pablo Esteban Jercog, Sukbin Lim, Ramana Dodla, Brent Doiron, Joshua H. Goldwyn, David Golomb, Xiao-Jing Wang, John P. Miller, Robert J. Butera, Michiel Remme, Jérémie BarralHeather L. Dean, Nace L. GoldingYears: 2001 — 2006; Recipients: Rinzel, John; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Temporal Processing in the Auditory System: a Nonlinear Dynamics Approach With Theory and Experiment@ New York University; Matching Score: 0.907Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USACharles R. Gerfen

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(0+4); Disorder(0+3); Motor(3+0); Dopamine receptor(1+1); Plasticity(0+2); Parkinson's disease(0+2); Sense(2+0); Vision(2+0); Striatum(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Autism(1+0); Dystonia(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Depression(0+1); Form(0+1); Navigation(1+0); Attention(0+1); Morphology(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Connection(0+1); Motor cortex(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+1); Behavior(1+1); Model(1+1); Protein(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(6); Nature Communications(3); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
W Maxwell Cowan, Edward Vaughan EvartsHeinz Steiner, Kristen A. KeefeYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Gerfen, Charles R; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Functional Organization of the Cerebral Cortex and Basal Ganglia@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 1
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USATimothy M. Miller

WUSTL
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+3); Tau(2+0); Sclerosis(1+1); Astrocyte(1+0); CNS(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Dementias(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Motor Neuron(1+0); Muscle(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】In vivo(1+1); Model(2+0); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of neurodegeneration and targeted therapies for neurodegenerative diseases
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAMichael Graziano

Princeton
【Keywords】Consciousness(0+2); Social(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Theory(0+1);
【Research】Human Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard A. Andersen, Charles GrossLina A. Reiss, Megan Harvey, Hope H Kean, Dylan F. Cooke, Tyson Aflalo, Jeffrey D. Meier, Arvid GuterstamYears: 2004 — 2008; Recipients: Graziano, Michael S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Sensory-Motor Integration in the Primate Cortex@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAW. Marie Campana

UCSD
【Keywords】Injury(0+7); Receptor(0+4); Neuropathic pain(0+4); Development(0+3); Regeneration(0+3); Therapeutics(0+3); PNS(0+2); Sense(0+2); Pain(0+2); Modulation(0+1); Gap junction(0+1); Glia(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Neuroinflammation(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USADavid H. Epstein

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Addiction(0+2); Environment(0+1); Social(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Real-world Assessment, Prediction, and Treatment Unit
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJennifer Dionne

Stanford
【Keywords】Optical(8+0); Dynamics(2+0); Vision(1+0); Color(1+0); Object(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007165Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAIpe Ninan

NYU
【Keywords】Plasticity(4+0); AMPA receptor(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Interpeduncular nucleus(2+0); GABAB receptor(1+0); Development(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disease(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Body(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning(1+0); PFC(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】Synaptic defects caused by genetic risk factors for psychiatric diseases
【Publications】Science(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USABruce A. Carlson

WUSTL
【Keywords】Sense(6+3); Evolutionary(2+2); Receptor(2+1); Perception(2+1); Synchrony(2+0); Neurology(2+0); Depression(2+0); Network Interaction(1+0); Reproduction(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Motor control(1+0); Timing(1+0); Temporal processing(1+0); Social communication(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Evolutionary Neuroscience(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(7+4); Model(1+0);
【Research】Sensory and Evolutionary Neuroscience
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Carl D. Hopkins, Masashi Kawasaki, Carl D. HopkinsYears: 2004 — 2006; Recipients: Carlson, Bruce A.; Code: F32; Title/Keywords: Postsynaptic Potential Interactions in Sensory Neurons@ University of Virginia Charlottesville; Matching Score: 0.957001027Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAEric Halgren

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+9); Face(0+3); Seizure(0+2); Memory(0+2); Context(0+2); Encoding(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Temporal lobe(0+2); Medial Temporal Lobe(0+2); Modulation(0+1); Rhythm(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Spectral(0+1); Retrieval(0+1); Episodic memory(0+1); Attention(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】fMRI(0+4); MEG(0+4); MRI(0+1); Behavior(0+1); EEG(0+1); PET(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAjit Varki

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Tumor(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAClaude G. Wasterlain

UCLA
【Keywords】Neurology(0+12); Epilepsy(0+4); Development(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAThomas Clandinin

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(9+1); Development(3+1); Imaging(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Structure(2+0); Connection(1+1); Glia(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Retina(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Innate behavior(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(19+0); C. elegans(5+0);
【Methods】Computation(2+3); Gene(3+0); In vivo(3+0); Behavior(1+2); Protein(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(7); Nature Methods(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Paul W. Sternberg, S. Lawrence ZipurskyHelen M. McLendon, Sabera Talukder, Pei-Ling Chen, Joshua D. Mast, Alex Katsov, Allison C. Gontang, Saurabh Prakash, Jessica Tsai, Yvette E. Fisher, Helen Yang, Tina Schwabe, Mathias Wernet, Kevin Mann, Max H Turner, Saskia de Vries, Damon A. Clark, Daryl M. Gohl, Marion A. Silies, Irving WangMichael Z. LinYears: 2017; Recipients: Clandinin, Thomas RobertLin, Michael Z. [⬀] Lin, Michael Z. [⬀] Lin, Michael Z. [⬀] ; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Revealing Circuit Control of Neuronal Excitation With Next-Generation Voltage Indicators@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958003899Prof.
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKonstantin Ichtchenko

NYU
【Keywords】Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJoseph G. Gleeson

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Disorder(0+3); Axon(0+2); Cerebellum(0+2); Structure(0+1); Disease(0+1); Lissencephaly(0+1); Form(0+1); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+7);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGregory Scherrer

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(8+20); Receptor(8+1); Disease(0+3); Addiction(0+3); Opioids(1+2); Analgesics(2+1); Depression(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Somatosensory(1+1); Respiratory(0+2); Modulation(1+0); GABA(1+0); GABAB receptor(1+0); Neuroplasticity(0+1); Intracellular signaling(1+0); Microglia(1+0); CNS(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Inflammation(1+0); Trauma(0+1); Body(0+1); Nociception(1+0); Touch(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+0); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(2); Neuron(8); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USADaeyeol Lee

Yale
【Keywords】Decision making(0+4); Knowledge(0+2); PFC(0+2); Basal ganglia(0+2); Environment(0+1); Reward(0+1); Reinforcement learning(0+1); Parietal lobe(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Multi-electrode(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Appetitive Behavior; Basal Ganglia; Behavior, Animal; Impulsive Behavior; Neurophysiology; Neurosciences; Parietal Lobe; Risk-Taking; Prefrontal Cortex.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USALiam Paninski

Columbia
【Keywords】Imaging(3+1); Cognition(2+0); Inference(2+0); Neural encoding(2+0); Decoding(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Sense(0+1); Vision(1+0); Retina(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Motor(1+0); Brain-Machine Interface(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Motor cortex(1+0); Primary motor cortex (M1)(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(7+0); Computation(3+0); Theory(1+2); Statistics(0+2);
【Research】Brain Imaging; Theoretical Neuroscience; Sensory Physiology ;
【Publications】Nature(3); Neuron(1); JNS(2); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John P. Donoghue, Eero P. Simoncelli, Eero P. SimoncelliTim Machado, Sean Escola, Gary S. Escola, Kamiar RahnamaRad, Alexandro D. Ramirez, Carl Smith, Maxim Nikitchenko, David B. Pfau, Gonzalo E. Mena, Yashar Ahmadian, Quentin Huys, Pengcheng Zhou, Eizaburo DoiE. J. Chichilnisky, Kianoush Nazarpour, Dawen CaiYears: 2018; Recipients: Paninski, Liam M; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Data Science Resource Core@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.958012157Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGal Bitan

UCLA
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(0+5); Disease(0+4); Parkinson's disease(0+2); Amino acid(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Structure(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Tauopathies(0+1); Prion diseases(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Form(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARalph J. Greenspan

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+2); Structure(0+1); Rhythm(0+1); Attention(0+1); Aggression(0+1); Circadian(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); Gene(0+4); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAElly Nedivi

MIT
【Keywords】Plasticity(2+2); Development(3+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+2); Connection(2+1); Glutamate receptor(1+1); Dendrite(0+2); Vision(1+1); Imaging(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Spine(1+0); Sense(0+1); Depth(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Microscopy(3+0); Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Molecular Genetic Analysis of Synaptic Plasticity
【Publications】JNS(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Pate Skene, Yoav Citri, Hollis ClineCorey Harwell, Wei-Chung Allen Lee, Jerry L. Chen, Rebecca L. Gillani, Katrin Michel, Mette Rathje, Katherine Villa, Ulrich Putz, Aygul BalciogluYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Nedivi, EllySo, Peter T. (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Novel Implementation of Temporal Focusing Line Scanning For Fast Imaging of Synaptic Structural Dynamics in Vivo@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJay Neitz 

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+12); Therapy(0+6); Environment(0+4); Disorder(0+4); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Imaging(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+2); Primate(0+2); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+12); Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAEdward Adelson

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(6+12); Perception(5+2); Color(0+3); Object(0+3); Machine(2+1); Intelligence(2+0); Contrast(0+1); Form(0+1); Bayesian(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Statistics(3+1); Psychophysics(0+2); Computation(0+2); Model(2+0);
【Research】Visual Psychophysics and Computational Vision; Checker Shadow Illusion
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); NIPS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Matthew Alpern, J Anthony MovshonJanice Chen, Ron Dror, Pawan Sinha, Alvin Raj, Nathaniel Twarog, William T. Freeman, Eero P. Simoncelli, John Y. Wang, Yair Weiss, Roland W. Fleming, Marshall Tappen, Josh H. McDermott, Yuanzhen Li, Ce Liu, Lavanya Sharan, Micah Kimo Johnson, Bei Xiao, David J. Heeger, Hany Farid, Raymond van Ee, David C. SomersJeffrey B. ColombeYears: 2012 — 2017; Recipients: Adelson, Edward; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Cgv: Medium: Collaborative Research: Understanding Translucency: Physics, Perception, and Computation@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.915045946Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAThomas Neubert

NYU
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+2); Amino acid(0+2); Receptor(2+0); Development(2+0); Disease(1+1); Disorder(1+1); Cytokine(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Structure(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Tau(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(1+0); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(7+5); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Analysis of cellular signaling proteins
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(2); Neuron(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel S. SpellmanYears: 2017; Recipients: Neubert, Thomas A; Code: S10; Title/Keywords: Mass Spectrometer For Small Molecule Analysis@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1011727Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMing-Chih Kao

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMichael Nitabach

Yale
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+3); Decision making(0+3); Transgenic(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Energy metabolism(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+2); C. elegans(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Channel(0+2); Gene(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavior, Animal; Decision Making; Genetics; Ion Channels; Neuropeptides; Neurophysiology; Neurotoxins; Physiology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAmy Orsborn

UW
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Translation(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Brain-Computer Interface(0+1); Learning(0+1); Art(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Brain-Computer Interfaces; Computational Neuroscience; Motor Systems and Sensorimotor Integration
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAYaakov Stern

Columbia
【Keywords】Cognition(12+7); Disease(9+2); Alzheimer's disease(9+2); Neurology(9+0); Aging(2+5); Pathology(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Age-related(1+1); Alzheimer's(2+0); Stroke(2+0); Concept(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Disorder(1+0); Depression(1+0); Object(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Exercise(0+1); Working memory(1+0); Executive control(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+1); Theory(2+0); Algorithm(1+1);
【Research】Cognitive Experimental and Neuroimaging Studies in Aging and Dementia; Brain Imaging; Neuropsychology;
【Publications】
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Arjun Kumar, Angeliki Tsapanou, Teal Eich, Eleanna Varangis, David PredovanJason BrandtYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Habeck, Christian GeorgStern, Yaakov; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Exploring Cognitive Aging Using Refernce Ability Neural Networks@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1089863Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKetema Paul

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMichael Crair

Yale
【Keywords】Development(0+7); Vision(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Somatosensory(0+2); Visual cortex(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Body(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Bird(0+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Brain; Cerebral Cortex; Child Development; Nervous System; Synaptic Transmission; Neuronal Plasticity; Neurosciences; Visual Cortex.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARussell Poldrack

Stanford
【Keywords】Cognition(4+1); Neuroimaging(5+0); Decoding(2+0); Structure(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Executive control(0+1); Inference(1+0); Reward(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+1);
【Methods】MRI(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0); Neuroinformatics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(4); Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(2); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Neal J. Cohen, John D.E. GabrieliDesmond J. Oathes, Marisa L. Geoghegan, Ajay B. Satpute, Donald J. Kalar, Vanessa Villamia Sochat, Karin Foerde, Gui Xue, Elena Stover, Jessica R. Cohen, Angela Marie Rizk-Jackson, Akram Bakkour, Nicholas Malecek, A. Zeynep Enkavi, Tyler H. Davis, Adriana Galvan, Dara Ghahremani, Agatha Lenartowicz, Tom Schonberg, Diane Whitmer, G. Elliott Wimmer, Rajeev D. Raizada, fabienne cazalis, Adam R. Aron, Sarah M. Helfinstein, James Mac Shine, Krzysztof Jacek GorgolewskiYaroslav O. Halchenko, Grace E. ShearrerYears: 2018; Recipients: Poldrack, Russell A; Code: R24; Title/Keywords: Openneuro: An Open Archive For Analysis and Sharing of Brain Initiative Data@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USASimon Haroutounian

WUSTL
【Keywords】Pain(27+6); Neuropathic pain(5+2); Therapy(2+1); Development(2+0); Disease(0+2); Headache(2+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Sense(1+0); Musculoskeletal pain(1+0); Art(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Ex vivo(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Dr. Haroutounian studies neuropathic pain with a focus on determining individual predictors of treatment response to analgesic pharmacotherapy.
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002814Assist Prof.
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);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStan Schein

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Synapse(2+7); Vesicle(2+2); Neurotransmitter release(0+4); LTP(3+0); Disease(1+2); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Regulation(1+1); Receptor(0+2); AMPA receptor(2+0); Autism(0+2); Neural Circuit(2+0); Membrane(0+1); Vesicle fusion(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); LTD(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse formation(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Depression(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Form(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+3); Stem Cell(4+0); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Model(1+1); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); JNS(3); PNAS(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Victor P. Whittaker, Joseph L. Goldstein, Michael  Stuart BrownNicole Gautier, Andrea J. Roth, Timothy Aaron Galfin, Deniz Atasoy, Hongmei Li, Bo Zhang, Kat Kozyrytska, Konstantin Kaganovsky, Roger S. Zhang, Yuqi (Cosmos) Wang, Alexander A. Chubykin, Zhiping Pang, Yea Jin Kaeser-Woo, Yoon Seok Kim, Nils Brose, Sreeganga S. Chandra, Rafael Fernandez-Chacon, Marc V. Fuccillo, Ozgun Gokce, Sung-Jin Lee, David Martinelli, Stephan Maxeiner, Markus Missler, Ali Shahmoradi, Justin H. Trotter, Theodoros Tsetsenis, Matthijs Verhage, Jaewon Ko, Patrick E. Rothwell, Dick Wu, Jason P. Covy, Yu-Wen Alvin Huang, Fei Yi, Man Jiang, Fujun Luo, Mu Zhou, Zahra Dargaei, Thomas Biederer, Weiping Han, Angela Ho, Anton Maximov, Alfred (AJ) J. Robison, Jun Xu, Peng Cao, Tao Liu, Jason Aoto, Huinan (Marcus) Li, Soham Chanda, Lulu Y Chen, Yuri Ushkaryov, Pascal S. KaeserEge T. Kavalali, Wade Morishita, Jai santosh Polepalli, Christian Rosenmund, Craig M. PowellYears: 2019; Recipients: Sudhof, Thomas C.Wernig, Marius [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Myt1l in the Developing and Adult Mouse Brain@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAXiaolin Zheng

Stanford
【Keywords】Environment(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Form(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Microscopy(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
009821Assoc Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaLi-Ping Wang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Working memory(5+2); Language(2+3); Cognition(2+1); Somatosensory(3+0); Touch(3+0); PFC(3+0); Structure(0+2); Plasticity(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Self-consciousness(0+2); Neural codes(0+2); S1(2+0); Sense(1+0); Pain(1+0); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(1+0); Sequence learning(0+1); Syntax(1+0); Comprehension(1+0); Music(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Human(6+7); Monkey(4+3); Non-human primate(0+4); Primate(1+3); Macaque(2+0);
【Methods】fMRI(0+3); EEG(0+2); MRI(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Psychophysics(0+1); Single-unit recording(0+1); Computation(1+0); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Comparative Psychobiology
【Publications】Neuron(2); PNAS(1); Curr Biol.(3); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000281Investigator
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADonald C. Hood

Columbia
【Keywords】Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Vision(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAWei Lu

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Synapse(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+4); Regulation(0+2); Modulation(1+0); AMPA receptor(0+1); Chloride(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Environment(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Disease(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Gait(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Optical(0+1); Connection(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Rat(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Model(1+1); Protein(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Synapse and Neural Circuit Unit
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edward Ziff, Roger A. NicollYears: 2011; Recipients: Lu, Wei; Code: K99; Title/Keywords: Role of the Loop1 Domain in Ampa Receptor Trafficking@ University of California, San Francisco; Matching Score: 1008324
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaniel Jarosz

Stanford
【Keywords】Environment(1+4); Stress(1+3); Acquisition(0+3); Disease(1+1); Metabolism(2+0); Amino acid(1+0); Development(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(4+3); Protein(3+2); Biochemistry(2+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Cell(6); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rachel E. Klevit, Graham C. Walker, Susan L. LindquistShady Saad, Jing Lin Lucy Xie, José Aguilar-RodríguezYears: 2017; Recipients: Brunet, Anne [⬀] Jarosz, Daniel; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Discovery of Protein Aggregates During Vertebrate Aging and Neurodegeneration@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWayne L. Hubbell

UCLA
【Keywords】Membrane(0+5); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Art(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USACarver Mead

CalTech
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert V. Langmuir, R. David MiddlebrookKwabena Boahen, Tobi Delbruck, Thomas C. McGill, Stephen P. DeWeerthProf.
NIH-NIAAA??Bethesda, MD, USAFalk Lohoff

NIH-NIAAA
【Keywords】Biomarker(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+3);
【Research】Section on Clinical Genomics and Experimental Therapeutics
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMiriam Judith Rosenberg-Lee

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMichael Crickmore

Harvard
【Keywords】Mating(1+5); Motivation(1+3); Regulation(3+0); Sleep(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); ADHD(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Perception(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(1+1); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(1+2); Behavior(0+3); Protein(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of motivational states
【Publications】Cell(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard S. Mann, Leslie B. VosshallStephen C. Thornquist, Stephen ZhangYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Crickmore, Michael A; Code: DP1; Title/Keywords: Mating Behavior in Drosophila as a Model For Understanding and Controlling Aberrant Dopaminergic Responses@ Boston Children's Hospital; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USABenjamin de Bivort

Harvard
【Keywords】Dynamics(4+0); Evolutionary(3+0); Amino acid(2+0); 5-HT(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Structure(2+0); Neurotransmitter release(2+0); Plasticity(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Development(1+1); Neuromuscular(2+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Attention(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Synapse(0+1); HIV(1+0); Infection(1+0); Injury(1+0); Form(0+1); Motor(0+1); Social(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Thermoregulation(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Robot(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(14+0);
【Methods】Behavior(7+13); Gene(2+5); Model(3+0); Mathematics(2+0); Protein(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Characterizing the molecular, neural circuit and ecological underpinnings of behavioral diversity in fruit flies.
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Sam KunesKyle HoneggerYears: 2018 — 2023; Recipients: Amir, ArielSamuel, Aravinthan D (co-PI) [⬀] Mazur, Eric [⬀] Murthy, Venkatesh (co-PI) [⬀] De Bivort, Benjamin; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Collaborative Research: Formation of a High Flux Student Research Network (Hf-Srn) as a Laboratory For Enhancing Interaction in the Pols Srn@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 0.915001051Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAW E Moerner

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(7+3); Dynamics(3+1); Environment(0+3); Optical(0+3); Mutant(1+0); Structure(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Sense(0+1); Body(1+0); Morphology(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Microscopy(7+1); Protein(4+2); Behavior(0+6); Biophysics(1+0); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(2); Nature Communications(2); PNAS(3);
【Reviews】Review(2); Physical Review(1); Chemical Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAMark Von Zastrow

UCSF
【Keywords】Receptor(0+19); Trafficking(0+16); Membrane(0+14); Glutamate receptor(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Opiate(0+2); Neuropeptide(0+2); Peptide receptor(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Neurotrophin(0+1); Ligand gated ion channel(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrical stimulation(0+1);
【Research】Linksing Cell Signaling and Membrane Traffic
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJeremy Dasen

NYU
【Keywords】Motor Neuron(8+0); Development(7+0); Hormone(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Respiratory(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(3+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+1); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Genetic basis of neural circuit formation and function
【Publications】Nature(5); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(10);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael G. Rosenfeld, Thomas M. JessellHeekyung Jung, Kristen P. D'Elia, Sara J. Fenstermacher, Myungin BaekYears: 2019; Recipients: Dasen, Jeremy S; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Advanced Graduate Neuroscience Training Grant - Travel Supplement@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1004926Assoc Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJeff Lansman

UCSF
【Keywords】Membrane(0+14); Muscle(0+11); Calcium channel(0+8); Ion Channel(0+4); Sense(0+4); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(0+2); Glutamate receptor(0+2); Structure(0+2); Vesicle(0+2); Development(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); CA2(0+2); Cerebellum(0+2); Knockout(0+1); Transporter(0+1); Signaling molecule(0+1); NMDA receptor(0+1); TRP channel(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Migraine(0+1); Touch(0+1); Homeostatic(0+1); Vessel(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+11); Human(0+3);
【Methods】Channel(0+10); Gene(0+3); Protein(0+2); Model(0+2); Biophysics(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Whole-cell recording(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics of Mechanosensitive and Voltage-Gated Calcium Channels
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoseph Caprioli

UCLA
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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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJames A. Waschek

UCLA
【Keywords】Injury(0+5); Tumor(0+3); Sclerosis(0+3); Peptide(0+2); Development(0+2); CNS(0+2); Pathogenesis(0+2); White matter(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Axon(0+1); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Infection(0+1); Perinatal(0+1); Pediatric(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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);
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【Research】Neuronal/Glial Interactions that Control Myelination
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAAlex Martin

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Autism(12+0); Object(7+2); Memory(4+3); Disorder(6+0); Knowledge(4+2); Vision(5+0); Social(4+1); Form(1+3); Structure(1+2); Cognition(2+1); Face(3+0); Language(3+0); Semantic(2+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Object perception(1+1); Taste(2+0); Auditory(2+0); Neuroimaging(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synchrony(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Infection(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Perception(1+0); Color(1+0); Visual motion(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Learning(0+1); Long-term memory(0+1); Retrieval(0+1); Episodic memory(0+1); Skill learning(0+1); Executive function(1+0); Word meaning(0+1); Comprehension(1+0); Intelligence(1+0); Concept(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Reward(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0);
【Methods】fMRI(4+2); Behavior(3+0); Model(1+1); MRI(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(3); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(3); Review(2); Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Henry Tessler, David JM Kraemer, Nikolas Francis, Jessica R Gilbert, Rebecca Naomi van den Honert, Kristina M Rapuano, Mark Houston Plitt, Haroon S Popal, Sophie Wohltjen, Ricardo Gil-da-Costa, Kyle M. Jasmin, Patrick Frost Bellgowan, Linda Chao, Adrian W. Gilmore, Stephen J. Gotts, Monika S. Mellem, W Kyle Simmons, Miranda van Turennout, Gregory L. Wallace, Jill Weisberg, Cheri Wiggs, Kelly Anne Barnes, W. Dale Stevens, Jason A Avery, Yang Jiang, Michael S. Beauchamp, Thalia P. Wheatley, Avniel Singh GhumanLeslie UngerleiderYears: 2009 — 2018; Recipients: Martin, Alex; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: The Neural Foundations For Memory and Social Cognition in the Human Brain@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 1033700
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJustin Blau

NYU
【Keywords】Circadian(6+1); Circadian clock(5+0); Rhythm(3+1); Vision(2+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Form(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Entrainment(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(12+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Gene(2+0); Behavior(1+1);
【Research】Behavioral genetics and neurobiology of circadian rhythms
【Publications】Cell(7); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(3); Curr Biol.(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004660Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAEmeran A. Mayer

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USACristina Savin

NYU
【Keywords】Working memory(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Neural network(1+0); CA3(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(7+1); Model(2+0); Statistics(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Computational neuroscience, learning and memory, neural circuits
【Publications】Neuron(1); PLOS Computational Biology(3); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(5);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jochen Triesch000327Assist Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAPeter A Bandettini

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Imaging(8+3); Vision(4+0); Neurology(3+0); Methodology(0+3); BOLD signal(3+0); Modulation(2+0); Systems Neuroscience(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Synchrony(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Depth(0+1); Object(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Attention(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Social(1+0); Language(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Blood flow(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】fMRI(20+4); MRI(9+6); In vivo(1+0); Model(1+0); Data analysis(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
R Scott Hinks, James S. Hyde, Bruce RosenDan Kelley, Douglas Ruff, Colin W. Hoy, Misaya Misaki, Natalia Petridou, Raphael Kaplan, Patrick Frost Bellgowan, Rasmus M. Birn, Anthony Boemio, Emily S. Finn, Daniel Handwerker, David C. Knight, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Misaya Misaki, Kevin J. Murphy, James Patterson, Ziad S. Saad, Zhi Yang, Chia-Yueh Carlton Chu, Hauke R. Heekeren, Wen-Ming Luh, Sean Marrett, Jerzy BodurkaLeslie Ungerleider, Merage GhaneYears: 2007 — 2018; Recipients: Bandettini, Peter; Code: Z01ZIC; Title/Keywords: Functional Mri Core Facility@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 0.915032339
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASridevi Sarma

JHU
【Keywords】Engineering(0+4); Cognition(0+2); Neuromodulation(0+1);
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【Methods】Computation(0+2); Model(0+2); Electrical stimulation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USABruce Ransom

UW
【Keywords】Glial cell(0+4); Injury(0+4); White matter(0+2); Neural excitability(0+1); Glia(0+1); CNS(0+1); Ischemia(0+1); Energy metabolism(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAChris Chafe

Stanford
【Keywords】Music(10+0); Perception(1+0); Speech(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Signal processing(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert J. Fleck, Maura S. O'Modhrain, Ching-Wen Chao, Lonny L. Chu, Leigh VanHandel, Parag Chordia, Patricio de la Cuadra, Rodrigo Segnini Sequera, Scott A. Van DuyneProf.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAAlexandra Nelson

UCSF
【Keywords】Movement disorder(0+3); Disease(0+2); Motor control(0+2); Structure(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Dystonia(0+1); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Context(0+1); Connection(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】The cellular and circuit mechanisms of movement disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NHGRI??Bethesda, MD, USAShawn Burgess

NIH-NHGRI
【Keywords】Development(6+4); Disease(2+4); Regeneration(2+2); CRISPR/Cas9(2+1); Mutant(1+1); Signaling molecule(0+2); Membrane(2+0); Embryo(1+1); Hair cell(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Receptor(0+1); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Sense(1+0); Body Weight(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(9+17); Human(6+4); Mouse(3+1); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+12); Protein(6+0); Model(3+3); In vivo(1+2); Virus(2+0);
【Research】Translational and Functional Genomics Branch
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(7);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert Elmer JensenJin Liang, Shannon N. DeMaria007900
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJuan Carlos Fernandez-Miranda

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(3+0); White matter(2+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Injury(1+0); Neuro-oncology(1+0); Learning(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0); Claustrum(1+0); Rostral interstitial nucleus of medial(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0);
【Methods】Anatomy(6+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005840Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAWilliam Greenleaf

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(1+2); Transcription(3+0); Translation(2+0); Reprogramming(2+0); Acquisition(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Evolutionary(2+0); Embryo(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(3+0); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】In vivo(2+0); Gene(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(6); Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Methods(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven M. BlockYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Greenleaf, William JamesStraight, Aaron F [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Genome Wide Identification and Functional Analysis of Chromatin Regulatory Rnas@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1008202Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANanthia Suthana

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMichelle L James

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(12+2); Neuroinflammation(5+0); Receptor(3+0); Disease(0+3); Alzheimer's disease(3+0); Stroke(2+1); Sclerosis(2+1); Pain(3+0); Translation(2+0); Tumor(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Development(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Injury(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(8+0); Human(2+0); Monkey(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】PET(6+1); Model(7+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
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
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAnirvan Ghosh

UCSD
【Keywords】Synapse(0+8); Development(0+5); AMPA receptor(0+3); Transcription(0+3); Dendrite(0+3); Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Frequency(0+3); Connection(0+3); NMDA receptor(0+2); LTP(0+2); LTD(0+2); Synapse formation(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Hippocampus(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Axon(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(0+1); Depression(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+5); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USATodd E. Anthony

Harvard
【Keywords】Stress(0+5); Development(2+1); Disorder(0+2); Anxiety(1+1); Imaging(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Glial cell(1+0); Glia(1+0); CNS(1+0); Disease(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Depression(0+1); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Motor(1+0); Attention(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1); Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); Gene(2+3); Protein(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Genetic dissection of neural circuits that control stress-induced behavioral states
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nathaniel Heintz, David J. AndersonYears: 2006 — 2008; Recipients: Anthony, Todd Erryl; Code: F32; Title/Keywords: Connections and Function of Reproductive Neural Circuits@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.904Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASreeganga Chandra

Yale
【Keywords】Synapse(0+7); Alpha-synuclein(0+4); Neurodegenerative disease(0+3); Parkinson's disease(0+3); Receptor(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Aging(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+5); Protein(0+2);
【Research】Neurology; Neuronal Ceroid-Lipofuscinoses; Parkinson Disease; Synapses; Receptors, Presynaptic; Neurodegenerative Diseases.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAGerald Schneider

MIT
【Keywords】Axon(4+3); Vision(5+2); Regeneration(3+2); Plasticity(4+0); Development(3+1); Peptide(2+1); CNS(1+2); Neurology(3+0); Perception(0+2); Connection(1+1); Structure(1+0); Axon growth(0+1); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Retina(1+0); Form(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Short-term memory(0+1); Mating(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0); Thalamus(1+0); Lateral geniculate body(1+0); Tectum(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); Protein(1+0); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Walle J. H. NautaKate Kalil, Barbara L. Finlay, Kwok-Fai So, Janice R. Naegele, Rutledge G. Ellis-Behnke, Dong-Feng ChenRutledge G. Ellis-Behnke, Kwok-Fai SoYears: 1991 — 1993; Recipients: Schneider, Gerald E; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Anatomical &Functional Studies of the Visual System@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1009421Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARoel A. Ophoff

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+1); Migraine(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKatrin Andreasson

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(18+0); Disease(7+5); Neurology(6+0); Inflammation(5+1); Alzheimer's disease(5+0); Neuroprotection(4+0); Ischemia(4+0); Development(3+0); Neuroprotective(3+0); Sclerosis(3+0); Imaging(3+0); Regulation(2+0); LTP(2+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Parkinson's disease(1+1); Cognition(2+0); Metabolism(0+2); Transgenic(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Microglia(1+0); CNS(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Motor Neuron(1+0); Spatial learning(1+0); A2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Human(0+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(13+0); PET(2+0); Gene(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(6); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Paul F. WorleyEdward Nesbitt WilsonYears: 2017; Recipients: Andreasson, Katrin I.; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Regulation of Immune Cell Metabolism in Aging and Alzheimer's Disease: Role of the Kynurenine Pathway@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958006532Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAmir Zarrinpar

UCSD
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neuroinflammation(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJaime Diaz

UW
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALennart Mucke

UCSF
【Keywords】Transgenic(0+3); Parkinson's disease(0+3); Cognition(0+3); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Alzheimer's(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Memory(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Diseases Affecting Cognitive Functions
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAIrving Reti MBBS

JHU
【Keywords】Therapy(0+3); Cognition(0+3); Seizure(0+2); Development(0+2); Depression(0+2); AMPA receptor(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Anesthesia(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Fragile X(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Social(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Subthalamic nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+5); Monkey(0+2); Rodent(0+2);
【Methods】DBS(0+5); Behavior(0+4); Model(0+4); Gene(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); TMS(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKathrin Plath

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAScott A. Small

Columbia
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(5+5); Memory(4+4); Dysfunction(4+3); Hippocampus(1+6); Disease(5+0); Neurology(5+0); Aging(1+4); Imaging(3+2); Disorder(2+0); Tau(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Genetically modify(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Development(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); LRRK2(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Vision(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+3); Human(3+3); Monkey(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(0+4); Protein(2+0); In vivo(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); Microarray(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Brain Imaging; Neurobiology of Disease; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neural Degeneration and Repair;
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(4);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nicole M. Lewandowski, Sidonie T. JonesYears: 2019; Recipients: Small, Scott A [⬀] ; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease Research Center@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1016523Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USALynne Kiorpes

NYU
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Vision(0+1);
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【Research】Development of visual function
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Davida TellerDaniel C. Kiper, Chao Tang, Brittany N. Bushnell, Cynthia Hall-Haro, Tom J. van Grootel, Da-Peng LiJ Anthony MovshonYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Kiorpes, Lynne; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Training Systems and Integrative Neuroscience@ New York University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAVladimir J. Kefalov

WUSTL
【Keywords】Photoreceptor(4+9); Vision(5+6); Adaptation(3+6); Retina(2+4); Regeneration(2+2); Genetically modify(0+2); Disease(1+1); Disorder(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Sense(0+2); Mutant(1+0); Transporter(0+1); Perception(0+1); Color perception(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+4); Human(1+3); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+3); Protein(2+0); Channel(2+0); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Photoreceptor Neurobiology and Retinal Degeneration
【Publications】eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHenry T (Hank) Greely

Stanford
【Keywords】Reproduction(1+1); Social(1+1); Consciousness(0+2); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Pain(0+1); Memory(0+1); Art(1+0); Neuroethics(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+2); Stem Cell(2+2); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(3); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Criminology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAKevin L Briggman

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Retina(5+0); Synapse(2+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Dynamics(0+1); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0);
【Methods】Anatomy(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Circuit Dynamics and Connectivity Unit
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); JNS(2); Curr Biol.(2); eLife(2); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStephanie A. White

UCLA
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Social(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Learning(0+2); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Social behavior(0+1);
【Models】Songbird(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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. Cohen