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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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USADavid Brook

NYU
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【Research】Etiology and consequences of psychopathology and drug and tobacco use
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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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
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMark A. Geyer

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Cognition(0+3); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Monoamine(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Extinction(0+1); Fear(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Rodent(0+3); Mouse(0+2); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+7); Model(0+4); Gene(0+2); Pharmacology(0+2);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKeri Martinowich

JHU
【Keywords】Regulation(0+4); Plasticity(0+3); Neurotrophin(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Disease(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Neurobiology of Disease; .
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USACatherine E. Lang

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(27+2); Therapy(7+0); Neurology(4+0); Muscle(4+0); Finger(3+0); Motor(1+1); Motor cortex(2+0); Environment(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Effective and efficient, individualized neurorehabilitation
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Amy Jo BastianJoanne M. Wagner, Justin A. Beebe, Dustin D. HardwickYears: 2018; Recipients: Lang, Catherine; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Doctoral Training Program in Movement Science@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915007034Assoc Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USADavid Anderson

CalTech
【Keywords】Inference(6+0); Development(2+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Emotion(0+2); Fear(0+2); Knockout(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Autonomic(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+0); Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Neural circuits underlying fear and other emotional processing
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Cell(5);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jerzy E. RoseStephen D. Van Hooser, Daryl Kipke, James D. Weiland, Steven M. Bierer, Karim G. Oweiss, Hubert H. Lim, Francisco M. Martinez Santiesteban, Andre E. SnellingsDavid C. MartinYears: 2000 — 2002; Recipients: Anderson, David James; Code: P41; Title/Keywords: Multichannel Silicon Electrodes in Neural Prostheses: Visual, Auditory &Motor@ University of Michigan At Ann Arbor; Matching Score: 1175893Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGary W. Mathern

UCLA
【Keywords】Pediatric(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAAlan P. Koretsky

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Imaging(5+4); Somatosensory(4+0); Plasticity(3+0); Oscillation(2+0); Sense(2+0); Olfaction(2+0); Metabolism(0+2); Optical imaging(1+1); Regulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); APP(1+0); Injury(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Form(1+0); Resting state(1+0); CA2(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0); Pituitary gland(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】MRI(5+2); In vivo(2+1); Gene(0+1); Anatomy(1+0); Tracing(1+0); fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Laboratory of Functional and Molecular Imaging
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas L. James, Melvin P. Klein, Michael W. WeinerJason Tucciarone, Robia G. Pautler, Afonso C. Silva, Tom C. Hu, Ichio Aoki, Erik M. Shapiro, Xin Yu, Ben Porter, John A. Detre, Carolyn Wan-hsun Wu, Emily PetrusYears: 2011; Recipients: Koretsky, Alan; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Frontotemporal Dementias@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.915
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMayumi L. Prins

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAXin Duan

UCSF
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+4); Regeneration(0+2); Retina(0+2); Development(0+1); Axon(0+1); Disease(0+1); Injury(0+1); Bipolar(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Molecular and Genetic Assembly of Neural Circuits
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMatthew Wheeler

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(3+4); Oscillation(6+0); Modulation(3+0); Exercise(3+0); Cardiovascular(2+1); Temperature(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Epilepsy(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Body(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+1); Model(1+0); Bioinformatics(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
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【Reviews】Review(7);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013057Assist Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAJudith R. Walters

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(7+5); Parkinson's disease(5+1); Dopamine(3+1); Dysfunction(0+3); Motor cortex(3+0); Oscillation(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Movement disorder(1+1); Motor(1+1); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Dopamine receptor(0+1); D2 receptor(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Huntington's disease(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Context(0+1); Attention(0+1); PFC(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); Thalamus(1+0); Substantia nigra(1+0); Pedunculopontine nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(9+0); Rodent(5+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+0); Pharmacology(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); EEG(1+0); fMRI(1+0); DBS(0+1);
【Research】Neurophysiological Pharmacology Section
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAArgyris Stringaris

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Psychiatry(32+0); Disorder(10+0); Depression(7+1); Reward(4+1); Emotion(3+1); ADHD(3+0); Attention(3+0); Neuroimaging(2+1); Development(1+1); Anxiety(2+0); Cognition(1+1); Modulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); CNS(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Injury(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Decision making(0+1); Language(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(2+1); Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0); EEG(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Mood Brain & Development Unit (MBDU)
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAEben Rosenthal

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(5+0); Tumor(4+0); Optical(4+0); Receptor(2+0); Purine(1+0); Translation(1+0); Disease(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuro-oncology(1+0); Navigation(1+0); Social(1+0); Optical imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007227Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoseph L. Demer

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

Stanford
【Keywords】APP(4+0); Imaging(4+0); S1(1+0);
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【Publications】Science(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000936Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAIlya E. Monosov

WUSTL
【Keywords】Modulation(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Vision(1+0); Motor(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Reward(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Caudate(1+0);
【Models】Primate(2+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Anatomy(0+1); Tracing(0+1); MRI(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Study of the neuronal circuits involved in uncertainty-processing
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ursula Bellugi, David L. Sheinberg, Kirk G. Thompson, Okihide HikosakaYears: 2019; Recipients: Monosov, Ilya E.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Information Seeking in the Primate Brain@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.913Assist Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAJohn Allman

CalTech
【Keywords】Vision(0+4); Development(0+2); Evolutionary(0+2); Structure(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Cingulate cortex(0+1); ACC(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+3);
【Methods】
【Research】Neurophysiology, Vision, Audition, Olfaction
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Clinton WoolseyRyan A. York, Paul B. Manis, Andrea R. Hasenstaub, Stephen V. Shepherd, Richard M. Jeo, Steven E. Petersen, William T. Newsome, David Rosenbluth, Eliot C. Bush, Karli K. Watson, Marty SerenoJon H. KaasYears: 2009 — 2010; Recipients: Allman, John MWold, Barbara J (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Rna-Seq Studies of Gene Expression in Cells and Networks in Fi and Acc in Autism@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
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
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANathaniel Sawtell

Columbia
【Keywords】Sense(6+10); Structure(0+5); Cerebellum(0+4); Plasticity(1+1); Motor(1+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Synapses and Circuits; Sensory Physiology; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark F. Bear, Curtis C. BellArmen Enikolopov, Qianyun Zhang, Timothy William Requarth, Karina Scalise, Shobhit Singla, Karina AlvinaYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Sawtell, Nathaniel; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Midbrain Electrosensory Processing in a Mormyrid Fish: Multimodal Integration, Recurrent Feedback, and Cerebellar Influence@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 0.915Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMichael Beecher

UW
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMichael G. Rosenfeld

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+11); Transcription(0+8); Receptor(0+4); Hypothalamus(0+4); Differentiation(0+3); Signal transduction(0+2); Regulation(0+2); Neuroendocrine(0+2); Hormone(0+2); Neuropeptide(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Cell lineage(0+1); CNS(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Axon(0+1); Disease(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Form(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Stress(0+1); Median eminence(0+1); Pituitary gland(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); In vivo(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAlbert Wu

Stanford
【Keywords】HIV(3+0); Disease(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Infection(2+0); Development(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Virus(1+0);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
050906Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKenneth Taylor

Stanford
【Keywords】Language(2+0); Context(1+0); Syntax(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Art(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Theory(1+0);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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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.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJohn Flanagan

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(2+5); Disease(5+1); Connection(0+5); Regeneration(0+4); Axon(0+4); Axon guidance(0+3); Injury(0+3); Mutant(2+0); Receptor(0+2); Membrane(2+0); Plasticity(0+2); Translation(0+2); Therapy(2+0); APP(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Glia(0+1); Cell line(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Infection(1+0); Motor(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(4+0); Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(6+0); Protein(2+2); Model(2+1); Gene(0+2); In vivo(1+1); Biochemistry(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cell-cell signaling in development and regeneration of axonal connections
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerald Maurice Edelman, Philip LederHwai-Jong Cheng, Ming-Ko Chiang, Mitsuharu Hattori, Michael J. Hansen, Perry A. Brittis, Edna E. Sun, Alan P. Tenney, Miriam E. Osterfield, Yao Chen, Dan W. Nowakowski, Qiang Lu, Masaru Nakamoto, Pierre Vanderhaeghen, David A. FeldheimYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Flanagan, John G; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Molecular Mechanisms of Neuron Motility and Axon Guidance@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958001402Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJulie Harris

UW
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Vision(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Structure(0+1); Axon(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+5);
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Gene(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Research
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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
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHoward Abikoff

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(7+0); Psychiatry(7+0); ADHD(4+3); Development(0+4); Attention(2+1); Therapy(1+0); Autism(1+0); Bipolar(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Treatment development and evaluation of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emeritus
NYU015028New York, NY, USAYulin Ge

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(17+0); Sclerosis(15+0); Neurology(3+0); Brain injury(3+0); Metabolism(3+0); White matter(3+0); Disease(1+1); Age-related(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Development(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Hyperoxia(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Vision(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(10+1); Gene(1+0); EEG(1+0);
【Research】Development and application of quantitative high-field MRI to understand and diagnosis brain diseases
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007823Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USASusanna Rosi

UCSF
【Keywords】Neuroinflammation(0+9); Injury(0+7); Cognition(0+7); Brain injury(0+3); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Transcription(0+1); CNS(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Aging(0+1); Memory(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+4);
【Research】Brain Injury, Neuroinflammation and Cognitive Function
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USASean Megason

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(9+5); Imaging(8+4); Dynamics(6+1); Embryo(2+2); Membrane(3+0); Form(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Glia(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Cell fate(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); CNS(1+0); Embryology(0+1); Contrast(1+0); Object(1+0); Hair cell(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Encoding(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(8+3); Human(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+1); Microscopy(4+2); Model(4+2); Computation(1+1); Tracing(1+0); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Development of the spinal cord and inner ear using in toto imaging in zebrafish
【Publications】Cell(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Andrew P. McMahonYears: 2018; Recipients: Klein, Allon MosheMegason, Sean G; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mapping the Signaling Landscape of Vertebrate Development At Single Cell Resolution@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.934002472Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJennifer A McNab

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(9+2); Development(0+5); Diffusion MRI(4+1); Axon(4+0); Brain injury(3+0); Encoding(2+1); Disease(1+1); Stroke(2+0); Injury(1+1); Sclerosis(2+0); Contrast(1+1); Homeostatic(2+0); White matter(2+0); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Aging(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Planning(0+1); Acquisition(1+0); Regularization(1+0); Connection(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); Pedunculopontine nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Human(12+0); Macaque(1+0); Primate(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(14+6); In vivo(6+0); TMS(1+1); Model(1+1); fMRI(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001688Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWeizhe Hong

UCLA
【Keywords】Social behavior(0+7); Disorder(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Social(0+2); Reproduction(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Machine learning(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Computation(0+2); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAIlana Witten

Princeton
【Keywords】Dopamine neuron(5+0); Reward(1+2); Striatum(2+1); Auditory(2+0); Learning(2+0); Social(1+1); Encoding(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Vision(1+0); Motor(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Neural encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Optogenetics(4+0); Behavior(1+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(6); Neuron(2); JNS(2); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lee Silver, Michael J. Berry, Eric I. Knudsen, Karl DeisserothHee Jae Jang, Jung Yoon Choi, Lindsay C Willmore, Anna Zhukovskaya, Alejandro Pan Vazquez, Malavika Murugan, Junuk LeeEsteban A. EngelYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Witten, Ilana; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Subcortical Neural Coding and Dynamics@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.915003059Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Margaret Livingstone

Harvard
【Keywords】Face(3+17); Vision(8+8); Color(4+3); Form(4+2); Development(4+1); Art(3+2); Temporal lobe(1+3); Depth(2+1); Visual cortex(3+0); Dyslexia(2+0); Perception(2+0); Depth perception(0+2); Connection(2+0); V1(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Monoamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Face perception(1+0); Face recognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Learning(1+0); Category(0+1); Consciousness(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(1+0); V2(0+1); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(5+8); Primate(6+2); Macaque(3+1); Human(1+2); Drosophila(2+0);
【Methods】Anatomy(4+2); MRI(2+4); Psychophysics(1+2); Gene(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Single-unit recording(0+1);
【Research】 Visual perception, object recognition, higher cognitive functions, vision and art
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edward Kravitz, David HubelThomas J. Davidson, Warren Woodrich Pettine, Brandon Moore, Mehdi Aghdaee, Stephen L. Macknik, Bevil R. Conway, Doris Y. Tsao, Johannes A. Haushofer, Camilo Libedinsky, Richard T. Born, Arash Yazdanbakhsh, Piers DL Howe, Heather Sternshein, Carlos Ramon Ponce, Justin L. Vincent, Michael Arcaro, Winrich A. FreiwaldRichard T. Born, Till S. Hartmann021078Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADean Bok

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+4); Degeneration(0+4); Transgenic(0+3); Membrane(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Development(0+1); Category(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+2); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); Cell culture(0+1); Model(0+1);
【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.
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAGabe J. Murphy

UW
【Keywords】Structure(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Form(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Excitable Membranes and Synaptic Transmission; Neural Circuits; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USADa-Ting Lin

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

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Development(2+5); Spine(4+0); Cognition(4+0); Structure(1+2); Glia(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Intracellular signaling(0+2); Proliferation(0+2); Differentiation(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); LTP(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Synapse remodeling(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Injury(0+1); Vision(1+0); Reasoning(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vitro(2+0); Virus(1+0); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1);
【Research】
【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】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASeth Blackshaw

JHU
【Keywords】Hypothalamus(0+8); Retina(0+6); Development(0+5); Photoreceptor(0+5); Transcription(0+3); Differentiation(0+3); CNS(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Structure(0+2); Glia(0+2); Neurogenesis(0+2); Cell fate(0+2); Body Weight(0+2); Glial cell(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Finger(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Circadian(0+1); Food Intake(0+1); Homeostatic(0+1); Median eminence(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Microarray(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAndrew Ko

UW
【Keywords】Imaging(0+3); Movement disorder(0+2); Epilepsy(0+1); Seizure(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor(0+1); Brain-Computer Interface(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】DBS(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAMihaela Serpe

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Neuromuscular(7+1); Glutamate receptor(6+1); Synapse(1+6); Development(4+2); Structure(0+2); Synapse maturation(2+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Vesicle(1+0); CNS(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Vision(1+0); Form(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(14+5); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+2); Gene(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Unit of Cellular Communication
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(3); Neuron(2); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tae Hee HanYears: 2012 — 2018; Recipients: Serpe, Mihaela; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Modulation of Tgf-Beta Signaling@ Child Health and Human Development; Matching Score: 0.913
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAmy Arnsten

Yale
【Keywords】Cognition(0+5); Disorder(0+2); Attention(0+2); PFC(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Aging(0+1); Age-related(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Working memory(0+1); Reasoning(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】Aging; Alzheimer Disease; Behavioral Sciences; Psychology, Child; Mental Health; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic; Prefrontal Cortex; Cognitive Science.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARichard Margolis

NYU
【Keywords】Development(1+2); Structure(0+2); Embryo(2+0); Axon(0+2); Injury(0+2); Spinal Cord Injury(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Glia(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); CNS(0+1); Axon guidance(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Branching(0+1); Retina(1+0); V2(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(8+3); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+3); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Structure and functions of nervous tissue proteoglycans
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emeritus
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.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAColin F. Camerer

CalTech
【Keywords】Decision making(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Psychophysics(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Psychophysics, Decision, Behavior
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaXiao-Hong Xu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Innate behavior(2+12); Hypothalamus(2+3); Neural Circuit(0+3); Preoptic area(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Mating(0+1); Body temperature(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Connection(0+1); Periaqueductal gray(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); Behavior(0+4); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Neural Basis of Innate Behaviors
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000299Investigator
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAndrew C. Charles

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAMichael Stryker

UCSF
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+9); Vision(0+4); Development(0+2); Connection(0+2); Visual cortex(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Anatomy(0+2); Tracing(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Development and Plasticity of the Central Visual System
【Publications】
【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);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Neuronal/Glial Interactions that Control Myelination
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USALi Li

NYU
【Keywords】Perception(0+1); Self-motion(0+1); Motor control(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】Human perception and control of self-motion; visuomotor control; eye-hand coordination; virtual reality
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William H. Warren, Eli Peli, Leland S. StoneDiederick C. Niehorster, Diederick C. NiehorsterYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Li, LiWeidner, DonaldWhitaker, Matthew; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Effect of Partial Melting On Elastic Properties of Rocks At Mantle Conditions@ Suny At Stony Brook; Matching Score: 0.909Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKeith Humphreys

Stanford
【Keywords】Addiction(12+0); Alcohol(6+0); Pain(5+0); Psychiatry(4+0); Disorder(2+0); Opioids(2+0); Social(2+0); Development(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Depression(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2002; Recipients: Humphreys, Keith N; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Exclusion Criteria in Alcohol-Related Services Research@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958012611Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJeffrey Rothstein MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Transporter(0+13); Glutamate(0+8); Regulation(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Trafficking(0+2); Membrane(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAM Bruce MacIver

Stanford
【Keywords】Anesthesia(6+2); Consciousness(3+0); Glutamate(1+1); Receptor(2+0); Synaptic Transmission(2+0); CNS(0+2); Vision(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); CA1(2+0); GABA(1+0); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Motor(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Chaos(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0); A1(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Rat(4+0); Human(2+0);
【Methods】EEG(4+0); In vitro(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAConor McMeniman

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+6); Infection(0+3); Neural Circuit(0+3); Olfaction(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Virus(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NEI??Bethesda, MD, USALance M. Optican

NIH-NEI
【Keywords】Vision(6+0); Eye Movement(6+0); Encoding(6+0); Cerebellum(3+1); Oscillation(3+0); Perception(3+0); Reflex(3+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(3+0); Disorder(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Body(2+0); Motor(0+2); Saccade(2+0); Motor control(2+0); Visual cortex(2+0); V1(2+0); Structure(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Sense(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Visual memory(1+0); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Motor learning(1+0); Motor Neuron(0+1); Acquisition(1+0); Context(1+0); Timing(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Engineering(1+0); FEF(0+1); LIP(0+1);
【Models】Primate(7+0); Human(3+0); Monkey(2+0);
【Methods】Model(4+5); Behavior(1+3); Gene(1+0); Theory(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Derek H. Fender, David A. Robinson, Frederick A. MilesEmad Eskandar, Pierre M. Daye, John W. McClurkin, Julian S. Joseph, Philippe Lefèvre, Christian Quaia, Kenichiro Miura, Simon S. HongPaolo Inchingolo, R John Leigh, Barry Richmond, Aasef G. Shaikh, Robert H. Wurtz, David S. ZeeYears: 1997 — 2018; Recipients: Optican, Lance M; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Neural Control of Gaze@ National Eye Institute; Matching Score: 1009757
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAPaul A. Insel

UCSD
【Keywords】Receptor(0+3); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【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
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARosalind Segal

Harvard
【Keywords】Axon(7+3); Tumor(4+5); Sense(0+9); Development(5+3); Receptor(6+0); Degeneration(2+3); Neurotrophin(4+0); Pediatric(2+2); Touch(0+3); Regulation(1+1); Therapy(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Signal transduction(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Intracellular signaling(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Translation(1+0); Glia(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); CNS(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Form(0+1); Pain(0+1); Olfaction(1+0); Temperature(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+2); Gene(0+2);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of Proliferation and Survival in Neural development
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2); Trends In Neurosciences(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David J. L. Luck, Charles D. StilesSara J. Fenstermacher, Sarah Raissi, Heather M. Heerssen, Yoojin J. Choi, Stephanie L. Courchesne, Rochelle M. Witt, Katharina E. Cosker, Kristina J. RehmYears: 2018; Recipients: Segal, Rosalind A.; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Ph.D. Training in Neuroscience@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1015347Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAUn J. Kang

Columbia
【Keywords】Therapy(1+7); Plasticity(1+3); Basal ganglia(0+4); Parkinson's disease(1+2); Movement disorder(0+3); Neurology(2+0); Pathogenesis(0+2); Dopamine(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Translation(1+0); Dopamine neuron(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Hypoxia(1+0); Gait(1+0); Modality(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+1); Human(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+6); Gene(0+4); Pharmacology(0+2); Protein(1+0);
【Research】Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration; Models of Parkinson's Disease; Basal Ganglia Circuitry and Plasticity;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Nature Review Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Fernanda Carvalho Poyraz, Robert C. KrencikYears: 2018; Recipients: Kang, Un Jung; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Regulation of L-Dopa Induced Dyskinesia by the Substantia Nigra Pars Reticulata@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKeng-Yen Huang

NYU
【Keywords】Development(3+8); Context(1+3); Psychiatry(2+0); Pediatric(0+1); Social(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Methodology(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Normal and abnormal socio-emotional development in ethnically diverse children
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanley FeldsteinYears: 2018; Recipients: Huang, Keng-YenNakigudde, Janet; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Implementing a Digital Child Mental Health Screening, Literacy, and Management Tool in Faith-Based Settings@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.933Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStephanie Seidlits

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDDK??Bethesda, MD, USACarson C. Chow

NIH-NIDDK
【Keywords】Dynamics(7+0); Transcription(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Environment(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Body Weight(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+0); Computation(5+0); Model(5+0); Theory(2+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(3); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(3); Nature Reviews Genetics(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nancy KopellStephen J. Gotts, Yixin Guo, Eric J. Hildebrand, Rukmini KumarRichard C. Gerkin, Farzad FarkhooiYears: 2007 — 2018; Recipients: Chow, Carson C.; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Modeling and Data Analysis of Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Diabetes@ Diabetes, Digestive, Kidney Diseases; Matching Score: 0.907011852
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAJehoshua Bruck

CalTech
【Keywords】Encoding(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(7+1); Protein(1+0); Computation(1+0); Mathematics(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Information and Biology
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
018604Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADwight Bergles

JHU
【Keywords】Transporter(0+13); Glutamate(0+12); Receptor(0+5); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Glial cell(0+3); Synapse(0+3); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Glia(0+2); Development(0+2); Disease(0+2); Hippocampus(0+2); Amino acid(0+1); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Injury(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Form(0+1); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Whole-cell recording(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAChristoph Kellendonk

Columbia
【Keywords】Cognition(4+6); Receptor(6+0); D2 receptor(5+0); Schizophrenia(2+3); Motivation(2+2); Dopamine(3+0); Thalamus(3+0); Development(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Working memory(1+1); PFC(2+0); Striatum(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); D1 receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTP(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Timing(1+0); Associative learning(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Causality(0+1); Circadian(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(4+1); Behavior(1+2); Model(1+2); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neurogenetics; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Disease;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(3); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eric R. KandelAbigail M Clark, Fernanda Carvalho Poyraz, Maxime Cazorla, Eduardo F. GalloYears: 2011 — 2015; Recipients: Kellendonk, Christoph; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Medium Spiny Neuron Excitability and Motivation@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1009920Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJanice L. Robertson

WUSTL
【Keywords】Membrane(4+10); Structure(5+1); Transporter(2+1); Potassium channel(2+1); Imaging(2+1); Form(0+2); Encoding(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Sodium channel(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(4+4); Biochemistry(1+4); Model(1+4); Theory(0+4); Microscopy(1+2); Channel(1+1); Biophysics(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Mathematics(0+2); Computation(0+1);
【Research】To understand how and why membrane proteins fold, form stable complexes, and achieve conformational stability inside of the oil-filled cell membrane.
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); eLife(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lawrence G. Palmer000372Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASabrina Diano

Yale
【Keywords】Hypothalamus(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Metabolism(0+2); CNS(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Endocrine System; Nervous System; Diseases.
【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, USALarry Benowitz

Harvard
【Keywords】Regeneration(16+3); Axon(11+1); Injury(4+4); Stroke(5+2); Spinal Cord Injury(4+1); Vision(3+2); CNS(3+1); Development(2+1); Neurology(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Plasticity(1+1); Therapy(1+1); Neural Circuit(0+2); Retina(1+1); Purine(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Microglia(0+1); Dendrite(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Brain injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Form(0+1); Grasp(1+0); Reaching(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); Primary motor cortex (M1)(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0); Rat(2+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Monkey(1+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+4); Protein(3+1); Model(1+2); In vivo(2+0); Anatomy(1+1); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Axonal development and reorganization
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(2); Annals Of Neurology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Roger W. SperryMichio Wendell Painter, Ephraim F. Trakhtenberg, Burcu ErdoganYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Benowitz, Larry IraRosenberg, Paul Allen; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: An Interneuronal Signaling Network Governs the Fate of Retinal Ganglion Cells After Optic Nerve Injury@ Boston Children's Hospital; Matching Score: 1017719Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALynette Cegelski

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(1+1); Environment(2+0); Disease(1+1); Spectral(2+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(8+0); In vivo(3+0); Protein(1+1); Microscopy(2+0); Gene(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Chemical genetics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Cell(3);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002788Assoc Prof.
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, USAValerie Daggett

UW
【Keywords】Disease(0+5); Structure(0+2); Abeta(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+3); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】
【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, USAJames K Chen

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(5+3); Regeneration(1+2); Signal transduction(1+1); Adhesion(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Inflammation(1+0); Motor(1+0); Finger(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1); Optical imaging(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(2+2); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+5); Model(1+2); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Nature Communications(1); eLife(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
George M. Whitesides, Stuart L. Schreiber, Philip A. BeachyShawn Xiaohu Ouyang, Alexander Payumo, John Kenneth Mich, Ari J. Firestone, Lukasz Kowalik, Alison Ondrus, Sankha Pattanayak, Surajit Sinha, Karen MrukYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Chen, James K [⬀] Chen, James K [⬀] ; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: Chemical Tools For Developmental Biology@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1010663Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAMario A Penzo

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

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Disorder(12+7); Psychiatry(9+0); Bipolar(6+0); Anxiety(2+2); Depression(3+0); Migraine(1+1); Structure(1+0); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Motor(1+0); Attention(1+0); Social(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Cardiovascular(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+2);
【Research】
【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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMarius Wernig

Stanford
【Keywords】Reprogramming(12+2); Transcription(3+3); Embryo(5+0); Disease(2+3); Development(2+0); Cell fate(1+1); Differentiation(2+0); Pluripotent stem cells(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Structure(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Axon(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Cell therapy(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Aging(1+0); APP(1+0); Vision(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(25+0); Human(11+1); Mouse(7+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(3+1); Model(3+1); Protein(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(2); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rudolf JaenischSamuele G MarroYears: 2019; Recipients: Sudhof, Thomas C. (co-PI) [⬀] Wernig, Marius; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Myt1l in the Developing and Adult Mouse Brain@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1037804Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMartha W. Bagnall

WUSTL
【Keywords】Vestibular(9+1); Microcircuit(3+2); Motor(2+2); Memory(4+0); Transgenic(2+0); Synaptic Transmission(2+0); Plasticity(2+0); Development(2+0); Sense(0+2); Motor control(1+1); Cerebellum(2+0); Structure(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Sensory-motor transformation(0+1); Reflex(1+0); Long-term memory(1+0); Connection(0+1); Cerebellar nuclei(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Zebrafish(3+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+0); Behavior(1+2); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Microcircuitry of sensory-motor transformations in the zebrafish
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(6); JNS(6); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tom Carew, Sascha du Lac, Massimo Scanziani, David McLeanSaul Bello-RojasYears: 2018; Recipients: Bagnall, Martha W; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Synaptic Computations in Central Vestibular Neurons@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1001010Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAHong Chen

WUSTL
【Keywords】Therapy(0+2); Tumor(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Development(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Model(2+0); In vivo(1+0); Ex vivo(1+0); Ultrasonic(1+0);
【Research】Combines biology, engineering, and medicine to develop ultrasound techniques for noninvasive, targeted, and personalized cancer treatment
【Publications】
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kinuko SuzukiAssist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMonika P. Jadi

Yale
【Keywords】Dendrite(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Autistic Disorder; Cerebral Cortex; Dendrites; Electrophysiology; Interneurons; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Schizophrenia; Models, Statistical; Computational Biology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMark Horowitz

Stanford
【Keywords】Memory(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Axon(1+0); Axonal transport(1+0); Timing(1+0); Inference(1+0); Signal processing(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(3+0); Behavior(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert DuttonMichael D. Smith, Hema A. Kapadia, William F. Ellersick, Gu-yeon Wei, Daniel K. Weinlader, Evelina F. Yeung, Ronald Ho, Jaeha Kim, Jeffrey M. Solomon, Azita Emami-Neyestanak, David J. Lie, Dean Liu, Ken Mai, Vladimir Stojanovic, Bennett Wilburn, Elad Alon, Hae-Chang Lee, Samuel Palermo, Vicky W. Wong, Amir Amirkhany, Francois Labonte, Dinesh Patil, James A. Weaver, Amin Firoozshahian, Alexandre Solomatnikov, Shahar KvatinskyYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Horowitz, MarkPoulson, Jack (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Shf: Medium: Prism: Platform For Rapid Investigation of Efficient Scientific-Computing & Machine-Learning@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1051664Prof.
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADavid B. Teplow

UCLA
【Keywords】Abeta(0+4); Structure(0+2); Neurology(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); In vivo(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Biophysics(0+1); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USADax Hoffman

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Dendrite(15+0); Regulation(8+0); CA1(7+0); Potassium channel(6+0); Synaptic Plasticity(3+0); Development(3+0); LTP(2+0); Spine(1+1); Disease(2+0); Anxiety(2+0); Motor Neuron(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Channel trafficking(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Short-term plasticity(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Signal propagation(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Autism(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Fear(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); PFC(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Stem Cell(3+0); Rat(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Channel(7+0); Gene(4+0); Model(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel Johnston, Bert SakmannRylan S. Larsen, Benjamin Throesch, Laura Long, Gregory Edward Perrin, Emilie Campanac, Erin E. Gray, Jakob Jonathan Gutzmann, Sung-Cherl Jung, Jonathan G. Murphy, Jinhyun Kim, Rebecca Stark Hammond, Michael W. Nestor, Lin LinYears: 2007 — 2018; Recipients: Hoffman, Dax A; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Potassium Channels and Dendritic Function in Hippocampal Pyramidal Neurons@ Child Health and Human Development; Matching Score: 1005643
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMiriam B Goodman

Stanford
【Keywords】Touch(9+1); Sense(6+1); Ion Channel(3+1); Receptor(3+0); Development(2+0); Temperature(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Neuropeptide(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); TRP channel(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Environment(1+0); Tau(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Hair cell(1+0); Art(1+0); Aversive learning(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(20+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(4+1); Channel(4+0); Gene(2+0); Protein(2+0); In vivo(1+1); Biophysics(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(3); JNS(2); PNAS(1); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Review(3); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jonathan J. Art, Shawn R. Lockery, Martin ChalfieAustin L. Brown, Daniel Ramot, Brandon E. Johnson, Valeria VasquezCori BargmannYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Goodman, Miriam B; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: The Biophysics of Skin-Neuron Sensory Tactile Organs and Their Sensitivity to Mechanical and Chemical Stress@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1005346Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAYunzhi Peter Yang

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(5+0); Structure(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Vascular network(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Behavior(2+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(2);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
006947Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASourav Ghosh

Yale
【Keywords】Regeneration(0+5); Development(0+3); Disease(0+2); Astrocyte(0+1); CNS(0+1); Axon(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Astrocytes; Axons; Glioblastoma; Immune System; Nerve Regeneration; Neurology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAHeather A. Cameron

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Neurogenesis(8+4); Stress(2+3); Dentate gyrus(1+4); Hippocampus(3+0); Development(1+1); Synapse maturation(2+0); Learning and memory(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Regulation(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); Environment(1+0); Axon(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning(0+1); Social(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Reward(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(0+1); CA3(0+1); Striatum(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+2); Human(3+0); Mouse(0+2); Rodent(2+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(6+4); Model(2+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】Section on Neuroplasticity
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); PLoS Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles A. Greer, Bruce S. McEwen, Ronald D.G. McKayRayna Carter, Jeffrey Mercurio, Jessica Choe, Lucas R. Glover, Alexandre G. Dayer, Ana I. Olariu, Jolanda G. Karten, Patrick Hurley, Katherine Jakubs, Jason S. Snyder, Sarah J. Wong-GoodrichYears: 2002 — 2018; Recipients: Cameron, Heather A; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Neurogenesis in the Adult Brain@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 1
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】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMark M Davis

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(8+0); Dendrite(3+0); LTD(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Disease(0+2); Aging(2+0); Infection(2+0); Tumor(2+0); Sclerosis(2+0); Memory(0+2); Transgenic(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+2); Mouse(1+2);
【Methods】Model(3+1); Gene(2+0); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); Virus(0+1); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Cell(8); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
073185Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMarina Picciotto

Yale
【Keywords】Signaling molecule(0+1); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Depression(0+1); Learning(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Gene(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms; Mental Disorders; Child Psychiatry; Nervous System Diseases; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Nicotine; Pharmacology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAThomas J. Carew

NYU
【Keywords】Memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Molecular, cellular, and behavioral architecture of memory formation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USABiyu Jade He

NYU
【Keywords】Perception(2+0); Vision(2+0); Dynamics(1+1); Neural dynamics(2+0); Cognition(1+0); Consciousness(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); ECoG(1+0);
【Research】Large-scale brain dynamics underlying human cognition
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(3); eLife(2); Cerebral Cortex(1); Nature Human Behaviour(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003541Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMichael Wong

WUSTL
【Keywords】Epilepsy(4+15); Dendrite(2+7); Brain injury(1+6); Development(1+3); Injury(2+2); Sclerosis(3+1); Glutamate(1+1); Seizure(0+2); Astrocyte(1+1); Environment(2+0); Spine(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Transporter(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Glia(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Learning(0+1); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+5); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(5+10); Gene(1+4); In vivo(2+3); Pharmacology(0+5); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of epileptogenesis and seizure-induced brain injury
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
010131Prof.
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, USARichard Palmiter 

UW
【Keywords】Taste(0+3); Encoding(0+2); Peptide(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Itch(0+1); Pain(0+1); Fear(0+1); Innate behavior(0+1); Temperature(0+1); Water balance(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1); Virus(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABianxiao Cui

Stanford
【Keywords】Axon(8+1); Axonal transport(7+1); Intracellular signaling(2+1); Imaging(3+0); Optical(1+2); Neurotrophin(2+0); Stress(2+0); Membrane(1+0); Chemical neuroscience(1+0); Tau(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Timing(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Optogenetics(4+0); Protein(2+0); Gene(1+0); Channel(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(2); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(3); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stuart A. RiceYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Cui, Bianxiao; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Developing Oscale Electrophysiology Sensors For Robust Intracellular Recording@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1004456Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAWendy A. Suzuki

NYU
【Keywords】Memory(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Exercise(0+1); Learning(0+1); Temporal lobe(0+1); Medial Temporal Lobe(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Organization of memory in the medial temporal lobe and the effects of exercise on learning, memory and cognition
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USACharles Nelson

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(23+4); Autism(4+4); Psychiatry(5+0); Cognition(3+1); Face(4+0); Disorder(3+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+1); Social(2+1); Emotion(2+1); Memory(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Perinatal(1+0); Object(1+0); Face recognition(1+0); Touch(1+0); Motor(1+0); Timing(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Language(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); fNIRS(1+1); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); EEG(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Developmental cognitive neuroscience, with particular interests in experience-dependent development
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Frances Degen HorowitzMichelle R. Ellefson, Sonya Violet Troller-Renfree, Michelle de Haan, April Boin Choi, Cora Mukerji, Juliana Porto, Krista Goldstine-Cole, Pamela Ludemann, Roberta Kestenbaum, Ann E. Ellis, Paul Collins, Alexandra Matthews, Jeremy Alden, Pauline M. Maki, Sarah Sponheim, Domonick Wegesin, Dianne Dukette, Steven Malone, Kathleen M. Thomas, David Zelinsky, Leslie J. Carver, Rosa Arriaga, Christopher S. Monk, Sara Jane Webb, Walter J. Curtis, John Curtis, Susan W. Parker, Susan Ormsbee, Kelly Snyder, Lisa Sarah Scott, Jane W. Couperus, Darlene A. Kertes, David Marcus, Heather W. Sesma, Nim Tottenham, Elise L. Townsend, Tracy DeBoer Riggins, Margaret C. Moulson, Maria Fusaro, Adrienne L. Tierney, Sharon Fox, Laura Edwards, Sarah Jensen, Benjamin J. Balas, Jenny L. Richmond, Margaret A. Sheridan, Ross E. Vanderwert, Laurel J. Gabard-Durnam, Mark Wade, Carol Wilkinson, Wanze Xie, Hilary Richardson, Rachel Romeo, Raye-ann deRegnier, Patricia (Gould) Sargent, Moira Richards, Monica M. Luciana, Linda Black, Susan W. Parker, Ruskin Hunt, Jukka Leppanen, Ingrid M. Cordon, Anne E. Rifkin, Kristin Shutts, Shafali Jeste, Joe McCleery, Katie A. McLaughlin, Giulia Righi, Sharon Fox, Rhiannon J. Luyster, Jennifer Wagner, Agatha Norwood, Adeline Jabes, Brandon M. Keehn, April Levin, Jocelyn LeBlanc, Johanna R. Bick, Katherine Perdue, Kandice Varcin, Lindsay Bowman, Laura Edwards, Laurie Bayet, Lara Pierce, Hannah BehrendtYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Nelson, Charles AlexanderSahin, Mustafa (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Translational Post-Doctoral Training in Neurodevelopment@ Boston Children's Hospital; Matching Score: 1036714Prof.
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
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.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMark A. Rutherford

WUSTL
【Keywords】Hair cell(21+2); Synapse(15+1); Auditory(7+5); Encoding(6+3); CA2(7+1); Development(4+3); Sense(4+2); Neural codes(4+0); Structure(2+1); Vesicle(3+0); Membrane(1+1); Neurotransmitter release(2+0); Vestibular(0+2); Timing(2+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); GABA(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Oscillation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Aging(0+1); Age-related(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Anatomy(2+1); Microscopy(2+1); Channel(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular mechanisms underlying our systems of sound and balance encoding in development, in maturity, and in pathology of hearing or vestibular function
【Publications】Cell(7); Neuron(1); JNS(7); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William M. Roberts, Tobias MoserKyunghee KimTEJBEER KAURYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Rutherford, Mark Allen; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Excitation and Excitotoxicity in Type I Cochlear Afferents: Synaptic Structure and Function@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1000782Assist Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAPawan Sinha

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(8+3); Object(2+4); Perception(4+0); Development(2+1); Face recognition(3+0); Disorder(2+0); Autism(2+0); Face(1+1); Learning(1+1); Retrieval(2+0); Disease(1+0); Sense(1+0); Form perception(1+0); Color(1+0); Object recognition(1+0); Biological motion(1+0); Multisensory integration(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Context(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Concept(0+1); Emotion(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+1);
【Methods】Computation(1+3); Model(1+2);
【Research】Computational Vision; The two specific questions that the lab is currently exploring are:
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edward H. Adelson, Tomaso A. PoggioCristina Domnisoru, Sharon Gilad, Janice Chen, Brittany E. Burrows, Brandon Moore, Benjamin J. Balas, Evan C. Ehrenberg, Scott Gorlin, Yuri Ostrovsky, Richard Russell, Javid Sadr, Kleovoulos Tsourides, Ming Meng, Margaret C. Moulson, Garga ChatterjeeRichard M. Held, margaret kjelgaard, Flip Phillips, Heinrich H. BuelthoffYears: 2011 — 2016; Recipients: Sinha, Pawan; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Project Prakash: Development of Object Perception After Late Sight Onset@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1010349Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAQuan Yuan

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Plasticity(4+2); Dendrite(2+4); Structural plasticity(1+4); Vision(2+3); Homeostatic(0+5); Regulation(1+2); Development(2+1); 5-HT(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Differentiation(2+0); Transplantation(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Optical(0+2); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Branching(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Body(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Entrainment(1+0); Stress(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(6+3); Mouse(5+0); Human(1+0); C. elegans(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+5); In vivo(2+1); Model(2+0); Protein(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Dendrite Morphogenesis and Plasticity Unit
【Publications】Cell(4);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000987
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMeenakshi Alreja

Yale
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+2); Nicotine(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); PFC(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); GABA(0+1); Acetylcholine(0+1); Development(0+1); Reproduction(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Memory(0+1); Neuroendocrinology(0+1); HPG axis(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+3); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Acetylcholine; Electrophysiology; Glutamates; Interneurons; Memory; Neurobiology; Nicotine; Psychiatry; Puberty; Signal Transduction; Prefrontal Cortex; Kisspeptins.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAAnirban Banerjee

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Membrane(1+7); Trauma(6+0); Environment(2+3); Modulation(2+0); Regeneration(2+0); Disease(1+1); Stress(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Transporter(0+1); Cytokine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Peptide(0+1); Trafficking(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Pain(1+0); Execution(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+3); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+1); In vitro(1+1); Gene(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Unit on Structural & Chemical Biology of Membrane Proteins
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000993
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.
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
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USACatherine Jensen Peña

Princeton
【Keywords】Stress(2+6); Addiction(1+1); Depression(0+2); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Trauma(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Imaging(0+1); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Gene(1+1); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tracy Bale, Frances Champagne, Eric J. NestlerAssist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAPeter Detwiler

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+6); Vision(0+4); Receptor(0+2); Perception(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Optical(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlapakkam P. Sampath

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJuan Pablo Villablanca

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASandra K. Loo

UCLA
【Keywords】Disorder(0+5); Pediatric(0+3); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); ADHD(0+2); Psychiatry(0+1); Dyslexia(0+1); Autism(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADavid J. Miklowitz

UCLA
【Keywords】Bipolar(0+7); Disorder(0+6); Psychiatry(0+3); Schizophrenia(0+2); Environment(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Depression(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAXin Zhang

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(1+2); Structure(2+0); Differentiation(1+1); Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Vision(0+1); Retina(0+1); Context(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1); Mouse(0+2); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Mechanism of FGF signaling in eye development; Molecular regulation of cell shape, adhesion and migration; Glial Development and Pathology; Neural Degeneration and Repair ;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bin He019697Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USALaurie Santos

Yale
【Keywords】Cognition(0+3); Development(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Language(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+5); Human(0+4); Primate(0+4);
【Methods】
【Research】Primates; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAXiangdong William Yang

UCLA
【Keywords】Transgenic(0+3); Disease(0+2); Psychiatry(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Biophysics(0+1);
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADebora B. Farber

UCLA
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Retina(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaniel Palanker

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(10+0); Retina(7+0); Imaging(5+0); Engineering(4+0); Therapy(2+1); Degeneration(1+1); Photoreceptor(2+0); Optical(2+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Transplantation(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Injury(0+1); Bipolar(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Rodent(2+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Model(4+1); Electrical stimulation(2+1); Gene(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); JNS(1); PNAS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008637Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASusan Holmes

Stanford
【Keywords】Dynamics(1+3); Structure(1+2); Disease(2+0); Inference(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Modulation(1+0); Chloride(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); HIV(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Body(0+1); Bayesian(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+2); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(3+1); Gene(2+1); Model(3+0); Statistics(3+0); Virus(2+0); Mathematics(2+0); Data analysis(2+0); Anatomy(0+1); Bioinformatics(1+0); Neuroinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(1); PLoS Biol.(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1); Neuroinformatics(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel J. Ford, Elizabeth PurdomYears: 2015 — 2017; Recipients: Pooth, Albert [⬀] Kiser, StaceyHolmes, SusanRuscher, Paul; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Tipping the Scale: Engaging Community College Science Faculty and Students in Course-Based Research Experiences (Cbre)@ Lane Community College; Matching Score: 0.901013027Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPaul Yock

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

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Vision(12+4); Face(11+0); Perception(4+0); Object recognition(2+2); Attention(3+0); Cognition(2+0); Adaptation(2+0); Form(2+0); Eye Movement(2+0); Neural codes(2+0); Touch(1+0); Categorization(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Optogenetics(3+1); Behavior(1+2); Pharmacology(3+0); Microstimulation(1+1); Psychophysics(0+1);
【Research】Laboratory of Neuropsychology
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001066
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAStefano Fusi

Columbia
【Keywords】Learning(5+1); Cognition(4+0); Neural network(3+1); Synapse(3+0); Dynamics(3+0); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Memory(2+0); Learning and memory(0+2); Neural Circuit(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(1+0); Motor(0+1); Long-term memory(1+0); Memory Consolidation(1+0); Intention(0+1); Working memory(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Neural dynamics(0+1); PFC(1+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(7+1); Model(4+1); Behavior(1+2); Theory(1+2); In vivo(2+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Computation and Theory;
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Neural Computation(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Walter Senn, Daniel Amit, Xiao-Jing Wang, Hans Rudolf LüscherGiancarlo La Camera, Mattia Rigotti, Lorenzo Fontolan, Kiyohito Iigaya, Omri Barak, Anthony J. Decostanzo, Srdjan Ostojic, Daniel David Ben Dayan Rubin, Alex Roxin, Fabio Stefanini, Michele GiuglianoEmre Ozgür Neftçi, C Daniel Salzman, Larry F. Abbott, Eleni VasilakiYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Paninski, Liam (co-PI) [⬀] Cunningham, John (co-PI) [⬀] Miller, Kenneth (co-PI) [⬀] Abbott, Laurence [⬀] Fusi, Stefano; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Neuronex Theory Team: Columbia University Theoretical Neuroscience Center@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 1005931Assoc Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPatricia Janak

JHU
【Keywords】Learning(0+6); Environment(0+4); Associative learning(0+4); Amygdala(0+3); VTA(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Dopamine neuron(0+2); Addiction(0+2); Reward(0+2); Disease(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Context(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Nucleus accumbens(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+8); Optogenetics(0+2); Model(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Neurobiology of Disease; .
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPamela Flood

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(18+0); Anesthesia(12+0); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(5+0); Acetylcholine receptor(5+0); Sleep(4+0); Inflammation(3+0); Movement disorder(2+0); Exercise(2+0); GABA(1+0); Ligand gated ion channel(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Chloride(1+0); Electrical synapse(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Body(1+0); Headache(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(2+0); Model(2+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gordon A. Donaldson003729Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnthony Oro

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(7+2); Tumor(4+2); Receptor(4+0); Transcription(2+1); Regulation(2+0); Structure(2+0); Proliferation(2+0); Differentiation(0+2); Therapy(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Ataxias(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(7+4); Human(5+4); Mouse(2+1); Drosophila(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Gene(3+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(9); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013294Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoel S. Perlmutter

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disease(7+2); Cognition(0+3); Neurology(2+0); Dystonia(0+2); Neuroimaging(0+2); Dopamine(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Aging(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Movement disorder(0+1); Neuroprotection(1+0); Motor(0+1); Gait(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(2+0); Primate(2+0);
【Methods】PET(2+7); Model(2+2); DBS(1+1); Gene(0+1); MRI(0+1); Behavior(0+1); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Pharmacology, physiology and pathophysiology of basal ganglia and movement disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David C. MarsdenMwiza Ushe, Minna Hong, Tamara Hershey, Jonathan W. Mink, Kevin John Black, Brad A. RacetteYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Perlmutter, Joel SynesTu, Zhude; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuroimaging of Pde10a@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHoward Riina

NYU
【Keywords】Mutant(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Infection(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Cerebrovascular(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Surgical and endovascular treatment of cerebrovascular disorders of the brain and spinal cord
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWilliam H. Yong

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

Stanford
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NYU015028New York, NY, USAMilan Amin

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(0+2); Structure(1+0); Steroid(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Voice, communication, and swallowing disorders
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJohn Loh

NYU
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Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANeil A. Shneider

Columbia
【Keywords】Motor Neuron(10+7); Disease(1+6); Degeneration(4+3); Sclerosis(3+2); Muscle(5+0); Mutant(2+2); Development(4+0); Form(3+1); Receptor(2+0); Embryo(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Neurotrophin(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(1+1); Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+3); Model(0+5); In vitro(2+1); In vivo(2+0); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Virus(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neural Degeneration and Repair ; Models of Neurological Disorders; Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; Neurobiology of Disease; Genetic Basis of Neurological Disease ;
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(8); JNS(3); Nature Communications(3); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alexander K. LyashchenkoYears: 2018; Recipients: Re, Diane BerengereShneider, Neil Alan; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Novel Extracellular Vesicle and Molecular Biomarkers of Environmental Exposure and Disease Progression in Als@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1004677Assoc 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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJeff Mumm

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Regeneration(0+3); Neural Circuit(0+3); Disease(0+2); Neurogenesis(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Injury(0+1); Form(0+1); Generative model(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Zebrafish(0+4); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAZheng-Yi Chen

Harvard
【Keywords】Hair cell(4+4); Development(2+2); Regeneration(1+2); Sense(1+2); Auditory(3+0); Cell cycle(1+1); Reprogramming(0+2); Disorder(1+1); Therapy(0+2); Age-related(1+1); Vestibular(2+0); Peptide(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Cell line(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Aging(0+1); Depression(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+5); Mouse(1+2); Rat(1+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+7); In vivo(4+1); Model(1+4); In vitro(2+1); Protein(2+0); Virus(1+0);
【Research】Understanding the causes and development of treatment for hearing loss
【Publications】Cell(4); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2019; Recipients: Chen, Zheng-Yi; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Development of Genome Editing as Treatment For Genetic Hearing Loss@ Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary; Matching Score: 0.909Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichele A. Basso

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Memory(0+1); Decision making(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABrenda Porter

Stanford
【Keywords】Epilepsy(12+0); Pediatric(8+0); Neurology(3+0); Synchrony(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Translation(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Development(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Language(1+0); Methodology(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); EEG(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAErnst Niebur

JHU
【Keywords】Attention(0+3); Vision(0+2); Structure(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Somatosensory(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USACyrus P. Zabetian

UW
【Keywords】Body(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Environment(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); LRRK2(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Motor(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USATakako Fujioka

Stanford
【Keywords】Oscillation(12+0); Auditory(7+0); Stroke(5+0); Motor(5+0); Cognition(4+0); Perception(4+0); Timing(4+0); Music(4+0); Auditory cortex(4+0); Age-related(3+0); Somatosensory(3+0); Encoding(3+0); Neurology(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Frequency(2+0); Context(2+0); Imagery(2+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Gamma rhythm(1+0); Development(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); Vision(1+0); Contour(1+0); Auditory processing(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Intention(1+0); Social(1+0); Syntax(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】EEG(4+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wisam ReidYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Washburn, AurielFujioka, Takako; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Neural Oscillatory and Social Personality Correlates For Perception and Performance of Musical Joint-Action@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002357Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAndré A. Fenton

NYU
【Keywords】Memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Molecular, neural, behavioral, and computational aspects of memory
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert U. Muller, Jan BuresAin Chung, Dino Dvorak, Madeline Kao, Benjamin B. Lee, Heekyung Lee, Samuel A. Neymotin, Basma Radwan, Emma J.C. Wallace, Jeremy Michael Barry, Pierre-Pascal Lenck-Santini, Eunhye Park, Eva Pastalkova, Kally C. O'Reilly Sparks, Fraser T. Sparks, Alice Berners-LeeYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Fenton, Andre Antonio; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Coordination and Discoordination in Fmr1 Null Mice@ New York University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAStephen Rayport

Columbia
【Keywords】Dopamine(3+6); Glutamate(4+4); Dopamine neuron(3+5); Schizophrenia(2+5); Knockout(0+3); Modulation(1+2); Addiction(0+3); D2 receptor(2+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+1); Synapse(1+1); Frequency(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Hippocampus(1+1); Genetically modify(1+0); Transgenic(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Learning(0+1); Reward(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Neuroimaging(1+0); CA1(0+1); Basal ganglia(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+7);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Behavior(1+1); Model(1+1); In vivo(1+0); Anatomy(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Systems and Circuits; Psychiatry;
【Publications】Neuron(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eric R. KandelWon Yung Y. Choi, Abigail S Kalmbach, Wei-Xing Shi, David L. Sulzer, Inna Gaisler-SalomonYears: 2015 — 2016; Recipients: Rayport, Stephen; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Mapping Dopamine Neuron Cotransmission by Proximity Detection@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.915Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAPrashant Chittiboina

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Disease(10+0); Imaging(3+3); Spine(3+0); Tumor(1+2); Hormone(3+0); Hypoxia(2+0); Brain injury(2+0); Pediatric(2+0); Vestibular(1+1); Metabolism(1+1); Optical imaging(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Injury(1+0); Neuro-oncology(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(3+3); Gene(3+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Neurosurgery Unit for Pituitary and Inheritable Diseases
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000994
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAPasko Rakic

Yale
【Keywords】Development(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Neurology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Central Nervous System; Neurobiology; Neurology; Apoptosis; Cell Proliferation.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAPaul Phillips

UW
【Keywords】Transporter(0+1); Receptor(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USABrian Kraemer 

UW
【Keywords】Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Aging(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neurotoxicity(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1); C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAArjun Masurkar

NYU
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(3+2); Cognition(2+0); Olfaction(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Memory(0+1); Entorhinal cortex(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); CA1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Alzheimer's disease and olfactory dysfunction
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wei R. ChenAssist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJing W. Wang

UCSD
【Keywords】Olfaction(0+14); Sense(0+7); PNS(0+5); Axon(0+5); Antennal lobe(0+4); Receptor(0+3); Imaging(0+2); Connection(0+2); GABA(0+1); Environment(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Aversive(0+1); Innate behavior(0+1); Mating(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+2); Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAdam Davis

NYU
【Keywords】Environment(3+0); Sense(1+0); Timing(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(11);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004360Assoc 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.
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USABruce A. Hamilton

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Disease(0+3); Differentiation(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Amino acid(0+1); Structure(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Biochemistry(0+1); Virus(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
NYU015028New York, NY, USARobert M. Shapley

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(6+1); Contrast(5+0); V1(5+0); Visual cortex(2+0); Perception(0+1); Retina(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Color(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(8+0); Monkey(3+0); Primate(3+0);
【Methods】LFP(1+0);
【Research】Visual physiology and perception
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Annual Review Of Psychology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Haldan Keffer Hartline, Floyd Ratliff, Fergus W. Campbell, John G. Robson, Christina Enroth-CugellAnkit N Khambhati, Keith P. Purpura, Dajun Xing, Abraham Snyder, Yuen Tat So, Jonathan D. Victor, Robert Soodak, R Clay Reid, Ferenc Mechler, Michael P. Sceniak, Elizabeth N. Johnson, Michelle L. Imber, James A. Henrie, Da-Jun Xing, J Andy Henrie, Patrick Williams, Marianne Maertens, Dario L. Ringach, Chun-I Yeh, Shaul Hochstein, David H. Grosof, Isabelle MareschalMichael Hawken, Shaul Hochstein, Ehud KaplanYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Young, Lai-Sang (co-PI) [⬀] Shapley, Robert; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Ncs-Fo: Data-Driven Modeling of Visual Cortex@ New York University; Matching Score: 0.915021318Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaChun Xu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Context(1+17); Extinction(0+6); Regulation(0+5); Anxiety(1+4); Cognition(0+5); Sense(0+5); Neural Circuit(1+3); Perception(0+4); Associative learning(1+3); Fear(1+3); Encoding(0+4); Imaging(0+4); Hippocampus(0+4); Plasticity(2+0); Sensory experience(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Memory(1+1); Learning(0+2); GABAB receptor(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Environment(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Post-traumatic stress disorder(0+1); Vision(0+1); Form(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Spatial navigation(0+1); Place cell(0+1); Language(0+1); Aversive(0+1); PFC(0+1); mPFC(0+1); CA2(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Bed nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Primate(0+4); Non-human primate(0+2); Human(0+2); Rodent(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Optogenetics(0+3); Tracing(0+2); Gene(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); fMRI(0+1); Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Context and Behavior
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000318Investigator
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAAlan Barr

CalTech
【Keywords】Structure(0+3); Development(0+2); Object(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Context(0+1); Art(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+11); Behavior(0+4); Mathematics(0+4); Simulation(0+2); MRI(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Imaging
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARoger Howe

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(4+0); Adhesion(1+0); Stress(1+0); Signal processing(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
029284Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJoachim Scholz

Columbia
【Keywords】Pain(8+9); Injury(3+3); Neuropathic pain(2+3); Glial cell(0+3); Glia(1+1); Regulation(0+1); Glutamate(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Environment(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Disease(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Object(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1); Inflammatory pain(0+1); Social(1+0); Exploration(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+5); Rat(2+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Model(0+2);
【Research】Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Chronic Pain;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000119Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAlex D. Reyes

NYU
【Keywords】Auditory cortex(4+0); Modulation(2+0); Dendrite(2+0); GABA(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Development(1+0); Depression(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Auditory processing(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); A1(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】In vitro(2+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Functional interactions of neurons in a network
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(2); JNS(7);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eberhard E. Fetz, Edwin W. Rubel, Bert Sakmann, William J. SpainHysell V. Oviedo, Max Schiff, Frances Chance, Jaime de la Rocha, Brent Doiron, Hideyuki Cateau, Anne-Marie M. Oswald, Jérémie BarralYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Reyes, Alex DRinzel, John M; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Synaptic Integration With Replacement, Virtual Dendrites Modeled in Real-Time@ New York University; Matching Score: 1005831Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAntonio Hardan

Stanford
【Keywords】Autism(41+1); Psychiatry(18+0); Disorder(11+0); Development(4+1); Social(5+0); Neurology(4+0); Imaging(4+0); Neuroimaging(4+0); Developmental Disorder(1+1); Biomarker(2+0); Anxiety(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Thalamus(2+0); Structure(1+0); Translation(1+0); Environment(1+0); Disease(1+0); Depression(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Motor(1+0); OFC(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Non-human primate(2+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Monkey(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(10+0); Gene(1+0); Anatomy(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Debra S. KarhsonYears: 2018; Recipients: Hardan, Antonio Youssef; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Neuroimaging Predictors of Pivotal Response Treatment in Youngchildren With Autism@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958006825Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAManu Ben Johny

Columbia
【Keywords】Regulation(2+0); Engineering(0+2); CA2(1+1); Signaling molecule(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Calcium channel(1+0); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Depth(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(0+4); Biophysics(0+2); Protein(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Quantitative physiology; Molecular biophysics ;
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPeter Holland

JHU
【Keywords】Learning(0+2); Associative learning(0+2); Attention(0+2); Environment(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaniel Schwartz

Stanford
【Keywords】Learning(12+1); Cognition(2+2); Structure(2+0); Development(0+1); Environment(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Perception(1+0); Memory(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Concept(1+0); Reasoning(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Mathematics(1+1); Behavior(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(4); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(4); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John B. BlackSashank Varma010097Prof.
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, USAGregory Kovacs

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(5+1); Biomechanics(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Respiratory(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Electrical stimulation(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARonald K. Liem

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(3+1); Axon(1+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+3); Degeneration(0+2); Body(0+2); Motor Neuron(1+1); Development(1+0); Embryo(0+1); Axonal transport(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Pons(0+1); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+5); Human(2+1);
【Methods】Model(2+2); Gene(2+1); Protein(0+3); Cell culture(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Neural Degeneration and Repair; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael L. ShelanskiMatthew J. Adlam, Dmitri Y. Goriounov, Nina S. Liang, Raul Perez-Olle, Julius J. Jefferson, Adijat A. AdebolaYears: 2015 — 2016; Recipients: Liem, Ronald K.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Role of Phosphoinositides in Neuronal Membrane Traffic and Neurodegeneration@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.936Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANikolas Blevins

Stanford
【Keywords】Pathogenesis(3+0); Imaging(1+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Vision(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Vestibular(1+0); Planning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Simulation(3+2); Theory(4+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAClifford Saper

Harvard
【Keywords】Sleep(10+0); Hypothalamus(9+1); Neurology(6+0); Regulation(3+1); Connection(4+0); Receptor(3+0); Circadian(2+1); Homeostatic(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Knockout(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Axon(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Gait(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Body temperature(0+1); Body Weight(1+0); Neuroendocrine(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Autonomic(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Preoptic area(1+0); median preoptic nucleus(1+0); Pedunculopontine nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(7+0); Human(4+1); Mouse(5+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neural circuitry for hypothalamic functions, including wake-sleep, thermoregulation, drinking, feeding, and stress responses
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(2); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Brain Research Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
W Maxwell Cowan, Larry W. SwansonNils Henninger, Thomas C. Jhou, Peter T. Nelson, David G. Standaert, Christopher D. Breder, Karen M. Hurley, Georgina Cano, Heinrich S. Gompf, Elizabeth E. Hur, Xiaodong Li, Nigel P. Pedersen, Kimberly L. Rapp, William D. Todd, Dominique Eghlidi, Mudasir Ahmad Khanday, Sonsoles de Lacalle, Joel Elmquist, Joel C. Geerling, Satvinder Kaur, Stephen ThankachanYears: 1998 — 2002; Recipients: Saper, Clifford B; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Core--Neuroanatomy@ Harvard University (Medical School); Matching Score: 1075036Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USADavi Geiger

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(8+1); Machine(5+0); Intelligence(4+0); Learning(0+1); Artificial intelligence(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Robot(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Computational vision and learning
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005146Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJohn D Murray

Yale
【Keywords】Disorder(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Dysfunction(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Decision making(0+1); PFC(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Model(0+3); Theory(0+1); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】Cognition; Computer Simulation; Decision Making; Interneurons; Memory, Short-Term; Schizophrenia; Prefrontal Cortex; Computational Biology; Functional Neuroimaging.
【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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAElyse J. Singer

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(37+0); Exercise(9+0); Psychiatry(8+0); Metabolism(7+0); Cognition(3+0); Social(3+0); Development(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Body(2+0); Frequency(2+0); Emotion(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Art(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001413Assoc 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
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALeo Pallanck

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

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(3+2); Autism(0+3); Dendrite(2+0); Microcircuit(2+0); Disease(0+2); Form(0+2); Olfaction(2+0); Olfactory bulb(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Angelman(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Protein(2+0); Tracing(2+0); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Understanding the mechanisms of nervous system construction and dysfunction.
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(4); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Pharmacological Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Ehlers, Klaus  Michael Hahn, Mark J. ZylkaXiaoyi Gao, Kellan Weston, Alissa Cullen, Kwang-soo KimAnthony Paul Barnes, Franck Polleux000792Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USACarol Reiss

NYU
【Keywords】Infection(7+0); Olfaction(3+0); Neuroimmunology(2+1); Cytokine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Disease(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Virus(6+0); Gene(2+0);
【Research】Neuroimmunology
【Publications】Nature(2);
【Reviews】Cytokine & Growth Factor Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007544Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAldons J. Lusis

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USADavid Sretavan

UCSF
【Keywords】Injury(0+5); Axon(0+3); Disease(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Axon guidance(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Development(0+1); CNS(0+1); Axon growth(0+1); Form(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biophysics(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Axon Injury, Disease, and Novel Paradigms for Therapy
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJennifer Erwin

JHU
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Autism(0+1); PFC(0+1); Striatum(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHui Sun

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAMiguel Holmgren

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Membrane(2+6); Ion Channel(2+2); Regulation(2+1); Axon(3+0); Transporter(1+1); Adaptation(1+1); Potassium channel(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Translation(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Form(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(6+0); Protein(1+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Molecular Neurophysiology Section
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(5); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary YellenDaniel Basilio, Francisco Bezanilla, Teresa GiraldezYears: 2012 — 2018; Recipients: Holmgren, Miguel; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Rna Editing of Ion Channels and Pumps@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 1
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJohn Nicholson

NYU
【Keywords】Pediatric(2+0); Dopamine(0+1); Structure(1+0); Disease(0+1); Striatum(0+1); neostriatum(0+1);
【Models】Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Diffusion of substances in the brain
【Publications】Science(4);
【Reviews】Review(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
006830Emeritus
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.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USANancy Kanwisher

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(7+5); Face(5+2); Cognition(4+2); Object(3+3); Face perception(4+0); Perception(1+2); Neuroimaging(2+1); Development(1+1); Degeneration(1+1); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Striate cortex(2+0); Extrastriate cortex(2+0); Body(1+1); Language(1+1); Environment(1+0); Autism(0+1); Age-related(1+0); Pediatric(0+1); Object recognition(1+0); Navigation(1+0); Attention(1+0); Category(1+0); Consciousness(0+1); Imagery(1+0); Encoding(1+0); BOLD signal(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); fMRI(1+0); MEG(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(2); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mary C. Potter, Anne TreismanBenjamin J. Balas, Jaron  T. Colas, Jonas Kubilius, Robb Rutledge, Josh H. McDermott, Damian A. Stanley, Damian Alexander Stanley, Alison M. Harris, Alex J E Kell, Hilary Barth, Trevor T-J Chong, Evelina (Ev) Fedorenko, Rosa Lafer-Sousa, Jia Liu, Rebecca Saxe, Frank Tong, Ewa Wojciulik, Ed Vul, Sarah Schwettmann, Jody C. Culham, Alexander O. Holcombe, Johannes A. Haushofer, Rebecca F. Schwarzlose, Ben Deen, Sam Victor Norman-Haignere, Marvin M. Chun, Daniel D. Dilks, Paul Edward Downing, Karla K. Evans, Evelina (Ev) Fedorenko, Isabel Gauthier, Kalanit Grill-Spector, Leyla Isik, Yuhong Jiang, Zoe Kourtzi, Michael C. Mangini, Hans Op de Beeck, Po-Jang (Brown) Hsieh, Kami Koldewyn, Sarah Weigelt, Jason T. Fischer, Zeynep M. Saygin, Caroline E. Robertson, Michael A. Cohen, Matthew F. Peterson, Katharina Dobs, N Apurva Ratan Murty, Raghavendrarao Taranath Pramod, Russell Epstein, Winrich A. Freiwald, Galit Yovel, Chris I. Baker, Mark A. Williams, Won Mok Shim, David Pitcher, Julie D. GolombHaline E. SchendanYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Kanwisher, Nancy; Code: DP1; Title/Keywords: How Does the Functional Organization of the Human Brain Arise in Development?@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1049592Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAShimon Weiss

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADavid D. Limbrick

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disorder(0+2); Glutamate(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vitro(1+0); MRI(0+1);
【Research】We study disorders of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) physiology such as hydrocephalus and Chiari-associated syringomyelia
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert J. DeLorenzoYears: 2012 — 2016; Recipients: Limbrick, David Delmar; Code: K23; Title/Keywords: Csf Levels of L1cam and Amyloid Precursor Protein in Post-Hemorrhagic Hydrocephal@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.948Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMaksim Bazhenov

UCSD
【Keywords】Sleep(0+4); Oscillation(0+2); Rhythm(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Olfaction(0+2); Learning(0+2); Encoding(0+2); Synchrony(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Development(0+1); Memory(0+1); Memory Consolidation(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Mathematics(0+2); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USATerrance T. Kummer

WUSTL
【Keywords】Brain injury(6+13); Injury(3+4); Axon(1+4); Differentiation(4+0); Neuromuscular(4+0); Trauma(0+4); Degeneration(0+3); Hemorrhage(1+2); Neurotransmitter(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Membrane(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Development(0+1); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Aging(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Body(0+1); Consciousness(1+0); Emotion(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Diffusion MRI(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Model(2+1); MRI(1+1); EEG(1+0);
【Research】Understanding the mechanisms underlying neuronal trauma and degeneration during and following acute brain injury
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Joshua R. SanesYears: 2018; Recipients: Kummer, Terrance T; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Unbiased High Content Screening For Novel Synaptotoxic Substances in Human Alzheimer's Disease Brain Lysates@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1000697Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARodolfo Llinas

NYU
【Keywords】Synapse(2+1); Oscillation(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Calcium channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Dendrite(1+0); Disease(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Concept(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Thalamus(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】In vitro(6+1); Electrophysiology(5+2); MEG(1+1); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Model(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Intrinsic properties of neurons
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2);
【Reviews】Physiological Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
065060Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASergiu P Pasca

Stanford
【Keywords】Pluripotent stem cells(2+1); Embryo(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Astrocyte(1+0); Development(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Brain injury(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(13+4); Stem Cell(6+3);
【Methods】Model(3+0); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(6); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(2); Nature Methods(2); PNAS(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ricardo E. Dolmetsch, Danko NikolicThemasap A. Khan, Junuk LeeYears: 2018; Recipients: Pasca, Sergiu; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Role of L-Type Calcium Channels in Human Interneuron Migration and Integration@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915Assist Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAnnegret Falkner

Princeton
【Keywords】Social(0+4); Hypothalamus(3+1); Aggression(2+0); LIP(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Decoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael E. Goldberg, Dayu LinLindsay C WillmoreYears: 2018; Recipients: Falkner, Annegret Lea; Code: R00; Title/Keywords: Inhibitory Control of Hypothalamic Circuit For Aggression@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.962Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USADavid A. Hafler

Yale
【Keywords】Sclerosis(0+2); Neurology(0+1); HIV(0+1); Neuroimmunology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Genetics; HIV; Immune System; Multiple Sclerosis; Neurology; Autoimmunity.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPaul M. Macey

UCLA
【Keywords】Engineering(0+2); Sleep(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USANicolas Tritsch

NYU
【Keywords】GABA(6+1); Striatum(5+0); Modulation(4+0); Membrane(3+0); Synaptic Transmission(2+1); Synapse(2+1); Parkinson's disease(2+1); Auditory(3+0); Neuromodulation(2+0); Dopamine neuron(2+0); Vision(2+0); Visual cortex(2+0); V1(2+0); Hypothalamus(2+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Dopamine(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Intracellular signaling(1+0); Development(1+0); Axon(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Movement disorder(0+1); Amphetamine(1+0); Hair cell(1+0); Motor(0+1); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Execution(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Synaptic mechanisms underlying the control of movement_x000D_

【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); JNS(5); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Timothy E. Kennedy, Dwight Bergles, Bernardo L. SabatiniAnne C Krok, Marta Maltese, Soomin C. SongYears: 2017; Recipients: Tritsch, Nicolas Xavier; Code: DP2; Title/Keywords: A Novel Framework For the Functional Dissection of Motor Systems@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1002153Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANigel T. Maidment

UCLA
【Keywords】Neuropeptide(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); limbic system(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USADavid S. Goldstein

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Autonomic(4+2); Disease(4+0); Stress(3+1); Parkinson's disease(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Metabolism(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Adrenalin(1+0); Dopamine neuron(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Cell therapy(1+0); Autism(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Depression(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Form(1+0); Concept(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0); Paraventricular nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+0); Pharmacology(2+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Clinical Neurocardiology Section
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Pharmacological Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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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
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKarunesh Ganguly

UCSF
【Keywords】Motor(0+4); Oscillation(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Injury(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Neuroprosthetics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neuroprosthetics, motor rehabilitation, and plasticity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USABas Rokers

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(21+6); Perception(4+1); Depth(5+0); Emotion(3+0); Visual cortex(2+1); Sense(2+0); Striate cortex(2+0); Depth perception(0+2); Contour(2+0); Visual motion(2+0); White matter(2+0); Environment(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Extrastriate cortex(1+0); Attention(1+0); Fear(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0);
【Methods】Model(4+1); Behavior(2+1); Psychophysics(2+0); TMS(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(4); Nature Neuroscience(1); Curr Biol.(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Zili Liu, Alex C. HukMohan Ji, Martijn Barendregt, Jacqueline M. Fulvio, Andrew M. HaunSerge O. Dumoulin, David William Jacobs, Alan Yuille000519Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAEdward D Plowey

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charleen T. Chu, Charleen T. Chu, Clayton Alexander WileyYears: 2014 — 2017; Recipients: Plowey, Edward D; Code: K08; Title/Keywords: Nmda Receptor Trafficking by the Autophagy Regulatory Protein Beclin 1@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.936Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAChristopher Cain

NYU
【Keywords】Fear(10+1); Learning and memory(7+0); Extinction(6+0); Amygdala(5+0); Cognition(4+0); Learning(2+1); Receptor(2+0); Calcium channel(2+0); LTP(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Schizophrenia(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Translation(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Pain(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Motor(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0); Mouse(3+0); Human(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(4+0); Model(3+0); Channel(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Neural mechanisms for learning to cope with pathological fear
【Publications】Cell(3); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark D. Lindner, John H. Kehne, Mark Barad, Joseph E. LedouxGabriel Lazaro-MunozYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Cain, Christopher Kenneth; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Brain Circuits of Outcome-Dependent Vs. Habitual Avoidance@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.956003605Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADarcy B. Kelley

Columbia
【Keywords】Auditory(2+3); Spectral(1+4); Amygdala(1+4); Motor(1+2); Social communication(1+2); Vocal communication(2+1); Regulation(2+0); Development(2+0); Neuromuscular(1+1); Muscle(2+0); Hormone(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Rhythm(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(1+0); Pattern generation(1+0); Neuroendocrine(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Xenopus(11+2);
【Methods】Behavior(4+2); Model(2+2); Ex vivo(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience, Sensory Physiology, Motor Systems, Synapses and Circuits, Cell Specification and Differentiation;
【Publications】JNS(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Donald Wells Pfaff, Fernando NottebohmAnna Louise Vlasits, Christofer J. Edwards, Joseph W. Thornton, Erik Zornik, Taffeta M. Elliott, Brian T. Nasipak, Elizabeth C. Leininger, Irene H. Ballagh, Ayako Yamaguchi, Clémentine Vignal, Rachna K. RanganYears: 2009 — 2012; Recipients: Kelley, Darcy B; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Substrates For Matching Hearing to Utterance@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStan Schein

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

NYU
【Keywords】Social(13+1); Face(3+0); Perception(1+1); Memory(2+0); Attention(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Pain(1+0); Social cognition(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Fear(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】Social perception and evaluation
【Publications】Science(4); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William A. CunninghamBosi Chen, Yi (Jenny) Xiao, Peter E. Mende-SiedleckiPaul Edgar StillmanYears: 2014 — 2017; Recipients: Van Bavel, Jay; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Social Identity and Person Perception@ New York University; Matching Score: 1004282Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAlex Kwan

Yale
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Cognition(0+2); PFC(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+1); Sense(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Context(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Executive function(0+1); Stress(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Motor cortex(0+1); Supplementary motor cortex(0+1); mPFC(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Decision Making; Depressive Disorder; Electrophysiology; Microscopy, Fluorescence; Schizophrenia; Prefrontal Cortex; Executive Function.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASam A. Golden

UW
【Keywords】Disorder(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Social(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Appetitive(0+1); Aggression(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuits; Behavioral Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAChristine Constantinople

NYU
【Keywords】Decision making(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Circuitry underlying decision-making
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Hawken, Randy M. Bruno, Carlos D. Brody, David W. TankAnita A. DisneyYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Constantinople, Christine Marie; Code: K99R00Activity Code Description:To support the second phase of a Career/Research Transition award program that provides 1 -3 years of independent research support (R00) contingent on securing an independent research position. Award recipients will be expected to compete successfully for independent R01 support from the NIH during the R00 research transition award period.; Title/Keywords: Neural Mechanisms of Probability Estimation During Decision-Making@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USACreed Stary

Stanford
【Keywords】Muscle(12+0); Ischemia(7+0); Stroke(6+1); Injury(4+3); Neurotoxicity(3+0); Metabolism(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Genetically modify(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Glia(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Development(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Vision(1+0); Object recognition(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Reflex(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0); Cornu ammonis(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Reviews】Progress In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rona GiffardBrian B. Griffiths, Anand N. Rao001531Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGene Yeo

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); CRISPR/Cas9(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Translation(0+1); Development(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Autism(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Virus(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAdrienne Fairhall

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

Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAEve Clark

Stanford
【Keywords】Language(24+0); Language acquisition(13+0); Acquisition(12+0); Development(6+0); Cognition(6+0); Learning(5+0); Contrast(3+0); Semantic(2+0); Speech(2+0); Object(1+0); Planning(1+0); Context(1+0); Timing(1+0); Syntax(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Category(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Word meaning(1+0); Art(1+0); Concept(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Scott Schwenter, David Alexander McKercher, Michelle Marie Chouinard, Jean-Philippe Marcotte, Bruno Estigarribia, Chigusa Kurumada, Kate L. LindseyYears: 2012 — 2014; Recipients: Clark, EveTice, Marisa; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Learning to Speak in Time: Perception and Production Processes Involved in Conversational Turn-Taking@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915024447Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAHoward Poizner

UCSD
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(0+3); Motor control(0+3); Learning and memory(0+3); Spatial learning(0+3); Environment(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Motor(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】EEG(0+3); Behavior(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADiana Do

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(6+0); Retina(2+0); Optical(2+0); Disease(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAGary Rudnick

Yale
【Keywords】5-HT(0+4); Transporter(0+3); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Structure(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Cocaine(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Biochemistry; Neurobiology; Neurochemistry; Neuropharmacology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAWilliam Talbot

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(10+4); Glial cell(2+6); Microglia(2+5); Receptor(3+2); Disease(1+4); Trauma(4+0); Glia(1+2); Axon(1+2); Injury(3+0); Form(1+2); Transcription(1+1); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(0+1); Sodium channel(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Cell migration(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Autism(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Motor(0+1); Respiratory(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(5+1); Human(1+2);
【Methods】Gene(1+2); Model(1+1); Protein(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(5); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ian G. Woods, Heather L. Stickney, Kelly R. MonkYears: 2018; Recipients: Talbot, William S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Genetic Mechanisms of Myelination in Zebrafish@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958000188Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAndrew Kai Tak Wong

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
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, USANeil G. Harris

UCLA
【Keywords】Stroke(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Structure(0+1); CNS(0+1); Injury(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Timing(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+2); PET(0+2); Biophysics(0+1); fMRI(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
NYU015028New York, NY, USAEric Klann

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Molecular basis of cognition and brain disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Keith Shelton, J. David SweattHeather Bowling, Kenneth T. Kishida, Mimi A. Trinh, Thu N. Huynh, Sameer Aryal, Lauren T. Knapp, Eric Norman, Lauren (Knapp) Rabinovic, Jessica Banko, Kenneth T. Kishida, Daoying Hu, Marci Antion, Kiriana K. Cowansage, Joseph Pick, My A. Trinh, Tao Ma, Aditi Bhattacharya, Prerana Shrestha, Francesco Longo, Nutan Kolluri, Faridis Serrano, Cynthia Massaad, Itzamarie Chevere-Torres, Edda Thiels, Maria V. Tejada-SimonYears: 2014 — 2019; Recipients: Klann, Eric; Code: R37; Title/Keywords: Eif2alpha Phosphorylation in Synaptic Plasticity, Memory, and Brain Disorders@ New York University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAStephen Waxman

Yale
【Keywords】Pain(0+15); Sodium channel(0+6); Sclerosis(0+5); Ion Channel(0+4); Neurology(0+4); Spinal Cord Injury(0+4); Neuropathic pain(0+4); Sense(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); CNS(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Reasoning(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+5); Model(0+5); Channel(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Axons; Electrophysiology; Ion Channels; Multiple Sclerosis; Neurology; Neurosciences; Sodium Channels; Stroke.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADavid Camarillo

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(10+0); Kinematics(4+0); Biomechanics(4+0); Development(3+0); Embryo(2+0); Reproduction(2+0); Brain injury(2+0); Environment(1+0); APP(1+0); Vision(1+0); Form(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+0);
【Methods】In vivo(4+0); Model(4+0); In vitro(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Camarillo, DavidGrant, Gerald Arthur (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R24; Title/Keywords: Disseminating a Validated Mouthguard Sensor to Investigate the Effect of Head Impacts On Brain Health@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002646Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJay Baraban MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Translation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Cocaine(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASridevi Sarma

JHU
【Keywords】Engineering(0+4); Cognition(0+2); Neuromodulation(0+1);
【Models】
【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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlbert Lai

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Depression(10+0); Psychiatry(8+0); Neurology(6+0); Aging(5+0); Alzheimer's disease(5+0); Cognition(5+0); Memory(4+0); Neuroimaging(4+0); Development(3+0); Disease(3+0); Alzheimer's(3+0); Anxiety(3+0); Stress(3+0); Disorder(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapy(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Infection(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Form(1+0); Context(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Cognitive Control(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Frontal lobe(1+0); Caudate(1+0); Ventral striatum(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(2+0); TMS(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
045255Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USALee E. Eiden

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Stress(5+0); Hypothalamus(3+0); Brain injury(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Neuroendocrine(2+0); Energy metabolism(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0); HPA axis(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); CA1(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Locus coeruleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); In vivo(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(10);
【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.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASteve Chang

Yale
【Keywords】Social(0+10); Social behavior(0+5); PFC(0+3); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Social cognition(0+1); Reward(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Single-unit recording(0+1);
【Research】Amygdala; Neuropharmacology; Neurophysiology; Social Behavior; Prefrontal Cortex; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAGary Sean Escola

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Motor(0+1); Context(0+1); Intention(0+1); Motivation(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(2+4); Model(1+2); Theory(0+3); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience ; Computational Psychiatry; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Motor Systems; Computation and Theory;
【Publications】Neural Computation(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAErik Ullian

UCSF
【Keywords】Synapse(0+13); Glia(0+6); Development(0+6); Retina(0+3); Glial cell(0+2); Synaptogenesis(0+2); Synapse formation(0+2); Form(0+2); Astrocyte(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Vision(0+1); Connection(0+1); Thalamus(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vitro(0+3); Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Interactions between Neurons and Glia that are Required for the Proper Development and Function of the Nervous System
【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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKatherine L. Narr

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAmit Etkin

Stanford
【Keywords】Emotion(17+4); Psychiatry(18+1); Regulation(11+2); Anxiety(12+1); Disorder(10+1); Cognition(5+4); Neuroimaging(3+5); Depression(3+2); Neural Circuit(1+4); Amygdala(5+0); Dysfunction(0+4); Development(2+1); Therapy(2+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+1); Social(2+0); Causality(1+1); PFC(2+0); Cingulate cortex(2+0); ACC(2+0); Transcription(1+0); Disease(0+1); Trauma(1+0); Post-traumatic stress disorder(1+0); Form(1+0); Face(1+0); Attention(1+0); Cognitive Control(1+0); Category(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Fear(1+0); Stress(0+1); Decoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); mPFC(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+3);
【Methods】TMS(2+3); Behavior(1+3); fMRI(1+2); EEG(0+2); Protein(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Joy Hirsch, Eric R. Kandel, Alan SchatzbergElizabeth H. Beam, Desmond J. Oathes, Anett Gyurak, Manjari Narayan, Chun-Shu Wei, Jill D. WaringTobias Egner, David Marc Fresco, Fumiko HoeftYears: 2018; Recipients: Etkin, Amit; Code: P01; Title/Keywords: A Circuit Approach to Mechanisms and Predictors of Topiramate Response@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.954014412Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASmita Yadav

UW
【Keywords】Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Development(0+1); Disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Developmental Neuroscience; Disorders of the nervous system; Excitable membranes and Synaptic transmission
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMichale Fee

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

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Transcription(1+6); Development(2+1); Neurotransmitter(1+1); Peptide receptor(1+1); Cell fate(1+1); Knockout(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); Peptide(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Neural differentiation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Reprogramming(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Axon(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Striatum(0+1); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+2); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(1+2); In vitro(0+2); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Neural Development and Reprogramming
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Qiufu MaTianwen Huang, Emily Z. Guo, Yueguang Liu002092Investigator
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoseph C. Corbo

WUSTL
【Keywords】Photoreceptor(10+0); Development(4+0); Retina(1+3); Vision(1+2); Color(0+2); Spectral(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); A1(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Human(1+3); Bird(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(6+3); Model(2+1); In vivo(2+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】(1) transcriptional networks in the retina; (2) the mechanistic basis of color vision; (3) the cis-regulatory basis of human uniqueness and neuropsychiatric disease
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Levine, Chris A. Walsh, Constance L. CepkoLeo Volkov, Karen A. Lawrence, Natecia L. Williams, Cynthia L. Montana, Jennifer M. Enright, Susan Q. Shen, Andrew Hughes, Daniel P. Murphy, Stacy L. Donovan, Matthew B. ToomeyYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Corbo, Joseph; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Deciphering the Mechanistic Basis of Infrared Vision For Optogenetic Applications@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915006639Prof.
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
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USARalph Nelson

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Vision(5+6); Retina(8+2); Bipolar(3+4); Neural Circuit(0+5); Spectral(3+1); Photoreceptor(0+3); Color(1+2); GABA(2+0); Disease(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Chloride(1+0); Development(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Tumor(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(6+3); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(2+1); Channel(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Neural Circuits Unit
【Publications】Cell(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John E. DowlingDustin M. Graham, Sara S PattersonYears: 2009 — 2018; Recipients: Nelson, Ralph; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Breeding Transgenic Zebrafish For Studies of Retina@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.913
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAZ. Jimmy Zhou

Yale
【Keywords】Retina(0+6); Vision(0+4); Development(0+3); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology; Ophthalmology; Physiology; Retina; Retinal Diseases.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJoachim Hallmayer

Stanford
【Keywords】Autism(8+4); Disorder(10+1); Sleep(5+0); Psychiatry(4+0); Bipolar(3+0); 5-HT(2+0); Anxiety(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Translation(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Perinatal(1+0); Social(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); MRI(0+2); Protein(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Hallmayer, Joachim FO'hara, Ruth M (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Gene Expression Profiling of Ipsc Derived Neurons in Autism Spectrum Disorder@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASteven J. Shoptaw

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+2); HIV(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAAlejandro Chavez

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(4+0); Engineering(2+2); CRISPR/Cas9(2+0); Structure(2+0); Differentiation(1+1); Disease(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Aging(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(10+2); Model(2+1); Protein(1+0); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Genome Engineering ; Genomics; Synthetic Biology; Neurodegeneration ; Cancer;
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Methods(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003323Assist Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAJohn P. O'Doherty

CalTech
【Keywords】OFC(6+0); Reward(4+1); Taste(2+1); Learning(2+1); Neuroimaging(2+1); Pain(2+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Sense(1+0); Face(1+0); Olfaction(0+1); Associative learning(0+1); Neurolinguistics(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Autonomic(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Reinforcement learning(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(9+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Computation(1+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Decision, Behavior, Neuroscience
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(3); JNS(2); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edmund Rolls, Ray J. DolanSigne Bray, Jaron  T. Colas, Song Qi, Alan N. Hampton, Tom Schonberg, Klaus Wunderlich, Daniel McNamee, Jan Glascher, Ryan K. Jessup, Hackjin Kim, Seung Lark Lim, Omar  David Perez, Shinsuke Suzuki, Saori Tanaka, Vivian Valentin, Shih-Wei Wu, Damian Alexander Stanley, Kiyohito Iigaya, Elizabeth Tricomi, Vikram S. Chib, Sang Wan Lee, Sven ColletteHilke PlassmannYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: O'doherty, John P; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 1 - the Neurobiology of Social Decision-Making: Social Inference and Context@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1044698Prof.
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWendy Walwyn

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichael B. Gorin

UCLA
【Keywords】Retina(0+4); Disorder(0+2); Vision(0+2); Disease(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASteven Boxer

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

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Regulation(1+6); Peptide(6+0); Axon(2+1); Body(0+3); Signal transduction(0+2); Disease(0+2); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Pain(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Memory(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+5); Model(4+0); In vivo(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Neuronal Cytoskeletal Protein Regulation Section
【Publications】Cell(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ichiji TasakiYears: 2018; Recipients: Pant, Harish C; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Role of a Novel Neuropeptide (P5/Tp5/Tfp5) Derived From a Neuronal Cell Cycle Kinase (Cdk5),P35 Activator Protein, in Neurobiology@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.913
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMatt Wilson

MIT
【Keywords】Hippocampus(1+3); Sleep(1+1); Cognition(0+1); Form(0+1); Planning(0+1); Memory Consolidation(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); PFC(0+1); Cingulate cortex(0+1); Thalamus(0+1); VTA(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABingwei Lu

Stanford
【Keywords】Mitochondria(4+0); Development(3+0); Axon(3+0); Tau(3+0); Regulation(1+1); Self-renewal(1+1); Differentiation(1+1); Axonal transport(2+0); Degeneration(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Muscle(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Membrane(1+0); Translation(1+0); Disease(-1+2); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); LRRK2(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Stress(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural network(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(8+2); Stem Cell(4+4); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(4); Neuron(2); PNAS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yuh Nung JanYufeng Yang, Yan SongYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Lu, Bingwei; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Molecular Genetic Analysis of Torc1 and Torc2 Signaling in Neuronal Maintece@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARachel Wilson

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Muscarinic(5+0); CA2(5+0); Receptor(3+0); Membrane(2+0); Cell line(2+0); Signal transduction(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Sense(1+0); Vision(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(4); Neuron(2); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wolfhard Almers, Charles F. Stevens, A.O. Dennis Willows, Peter GettingGary Aston-Jones, Michael Barish, Richard W. Aldrich, Samuel S.-H. Wang, Melissa M. Coates, Christian R L Reilly, Jay S. Coggan, Peter C. RubenStephen J. SmithYears: 2000 — 2001; Recipients: Thompson, Stuart; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: A Confocal Microscope For the Hopkins Marine Station@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USARobert B. Innis

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Motor(4+0); Disease(3+0); Development(2+0); Spine(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Regeneration(1+0); Therapy(1+0); HIV(1+0); Infection(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002148Assoc 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
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USASu Guo

UCSF
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+5); Dopamine(0+1); Development(0+1); Self-renewal(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Autism(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Fear(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+8); Human(0+1); Zebrafish(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2); Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Stem Cells, Neural Circuitry and Behavior
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANicholas Melosh

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Color(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Protein(1+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Cell(2); PNAS(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Glenn Fredrickson, Galen Dean Stucky, James Richard HeathMichael J. Preiner, Benjamin D Almquist, Matthew R. AngleYears: 2018; Recipients: Melosh, Nicholas A; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Nanotechnology For Non-Perturbative, Longitudinal Sampling From Hipsc Cardiomyocytes@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1017595Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANorman Downing

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(2+0); Learning(2+0); Pediatric(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Machine learning(1+0); Artificial intelligence(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMichael Higley

Yale
【Keywords】Dendrite(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Structure(0+1); Synaptic integration(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+3); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Autistic Disorder; Behavior; Dendrites; Electrophysiology; Neurobiology; Neurodegenerative Diseases; Microscopy, Fluorescence, Multiphoton.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAGuo-Li Ming MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+9); Neurogenesis(0+5); Embryo(0+5); Disorder(0+4); Disease(0+3); Navigation(0+3); MeCP2(0+2); Axon(0+2); Autism(0+2); Neural network(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); CNS(0+1); Dendritic growth(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Rett Syndrome(0+1); Perinatal(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+4); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARoy Pea

Stanford
【Keywords】Learning(43+2); Social(6+1); Cognition(6+0); Development(3+0); Environment(2+0); Perception(1+0); Vision(1+0); Planning(1+0); Attention(1+0); Language(1+0); Art(1+0); Intelligence(1+0); Concept(1+0); Knowledge(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Theory(2+1); Computation(2+0); Mathematics(2+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(3);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nancy S. FoldiYears: 2013 — 2015; Recipients: Pea, RoyCooper, Stephen (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Eager: Foundations For Advancing Computational Thinking (Fact): Learning and Assessment Through An Online Middle School Curriculum@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915027519Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMaurizio Corbetta

WUSTL
【Keywords】Attention(6+6); Vision(6+1); Spatial attention(4+0); Environment(2+1); Brain injury(0+3); Cognition(1+1); Color(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Sense(0+1); Motor(0+1); Eye Movement(1+0); Memory(0+1); Acquisition(1+0); Reward(0+1); Blood flow(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); PPC(1+0); Visual cortex(0+1); Basal ganglia(1+0);
【Models】Human(10+0); Non-human primate(0+2); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+2); fMRI(0+3); Theory(2+1); Electrophysiology(1+1); Anatomy(1+0); Psychophysics(0+1); ECoG(0+1); PET(1+0); MEG(0+1); Microstimulation(0+1); TMS(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cortical mechanisms of attention and neural communication; neurological mechanisms of functional recovery after brain injury
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(3); JNS(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Giovanni Berlucchi, Steven E. PetersenValeria Blasi, Jody Michelle Kincade, Serguei Astafiev, Lisa Connor, Giovanni d'Avossa, Anthony I. Jack, Ayelet Sapir, Gaurav Hiren Patel, Chad M. Sylvester, Paolo Capotosto, Dante Mantini, Carlo Sestieri, Annalisa Tosoni, Francesca Strappini, Amy L. Daitch, Antonello Baldassarre, Carl D. Hacker, Lenny Ramsey, Tomer Livne, Joshua S. Siegel, Alicia Callejas, Howard Rosen, Alexandre Carter, Chris LewisAntonino VallesiYears: 2017; Recipients: Corbetta, Maurizio; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 1: Cortical Dynamics of Top-Down Control in Visual Active Sensing@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.943056400Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALiqun Luo

Stanford
【Keywords】Olfaction(6+12); Development(8+7); Dendrite(3+7); Axon(3+5); PNS(0+4); Neural Circuit(2+2); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(0+2); Spine(2+0); Degeneration(2+0); Form(0+2); Mushroom body(1+1); 5-HT(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Neural lineage(1+0); Axon growth(1+0); Branching(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Antennal lobe(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Social(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Reward(1+0); Mating(0+1); Parental behavior(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); Auditory cortex(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Olfactory bulb(0+1); VTA(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(10+0); Mouse(2+5); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(5+6); Tracing(2+0); Behavior(1+1); Model(1+1); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Ultrasonic(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(3); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kalpana White, Yuh Nung JanAlexander M. Chan, Cindy D Liu, Vardhan S. Dani, Eric D. Hoopfer, William Jinsoo Joo, William E. Allen, Jiefu Li, Ethan B Richman, Chuanyun Xu, Ethan K. Scott, Gregory S X E Jefferis, Ryan Jefferson Watts, Elizabeth C. Marin, Takaki Komiyama, J Sebastian Espinosa, Maria L Spletter, Weizhe Hong, Liang Liang, Chen Ran, David Cheng-Hao Wang, Laura Anne DeNardo, Simon Hippenmeyer, Wei-Hsiang Huang, Justus M. Kebschull, Tzumin Lee, Tongchao Li, Kazunari Miyamichi, Bosiljka Tasic, Hui Zong, Vincenzo Favaloro, Tim Mosca, Lindsay A. Schwarz, Jing Ren, Jan H. Lui, Boxuan Simen Zhao, Oren Schuldiner, Christopher J. PotterXing WeiYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Luo, Liqun; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuromodulation of Brain States@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1027914Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJamshid Ghajar

Stanford
【Keywords】Brain injury(7+0); Neurology(5+0); Trauma(1+3); Vision(4+0); Development(2+0); Attention(2+0); Sleep(2+0); Disorder(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Aging(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Exercise(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+2); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAYu-Qing Cao

WUSTL
【Keywords】Migraine(2+5); CA2(4+0); Pain(3+0); Headache(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(1+1); Disorder(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Calcium channel(1+0); Development(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+2);
【Methods】Channel(5+2); Gene(0+1); Biophysics(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】genetic and epigenetic mechanisms underlying episodic and chronic migraine
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Allan I. Basbaum, Richard W. TsienYears: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Cao, Yu-Qing; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Exploring the Interaction Between Calcium Channels and Their Presynaptic Slots@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASteve Horvath

UCLA
【Keywords】Aging(0+4); Disease(0+2); Biomarker(0+2); Development(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Huntington's disease(0+1); HIV(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+3);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMarc Binder

UW
【Keywords】Membrane(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Disorder(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Excitable Membranes and Synaptic Transmission
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAFriedbert Weiss

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Drug dependence(0+3); Stress(0+3); Dopamine(0+2); Environment(0+2); Vulnerability(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Steroid(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Central nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+8); Model(0+4); In vivo(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USADaniel Tranchina

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(3+0); Retina(3+0); Neural network(3+0); Adaptation(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Signal processing(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(1+0); Primate(1+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Model(7+0); Computation(5+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Statistical problems in neuroscience
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); JNS(2); PLoS Biol.(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1); Neural Computation(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Evan C. Haskell, Duane Q. Nykamp, Felix J. Apfaltrer, Cheng Ly, Adam R. StinchcombeYears: 2002 — 2005; Recipients: Tranchina, Daniel; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Population Density Methods and Applications in Large-Scale Modeling of Neural Networks@ New York University; Matching Score: 1004048Prof.
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.
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USATimothy Petros

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Interneuron(5+9); Development(6+2); Environment(1+4); Axon(4+0); Optic chiasm(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); CNS(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon growth(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Context(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(5+0); Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+3); Ex vivo(1+0);
【Research】Unit on Cellular and Molecular Neurodevelopment
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(2); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Carol A. Mason, Stewart A. Anderson, Gord J. FishellDongjin Lee, Chris RhodesYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Petros, Timothy J; Code: K99; Title/Keywords: Investigation Into the Mechanisms For Generating Interneuron Diversity@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJonathan Brodie

NYU
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+5); Neuroimaging(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Addiction(2+0); Cocaine(1+1); Modulation(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); GABA(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+3); Human(0+2); Primate(0+2);
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+4); PET(0+3); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Functional neuroimaging of pharmacological activity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emeritus
UW021010Seattle, WA, USACharles Chavkin

UW
【Keywords】Receptor(0+6); Addiction(0+6); Cannabinoids(0+4); Cocaine(0+4); Form(0+4); Regulation(0+2); Opiate(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); LTP(0+2); LTD(0+2); Drug tolerance(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Learning(0+2); Transporter(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+7); Anatomy(0+4); Gene(0+2); Pharmacology(0+2);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARichard E Grewelle

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJeffrey Milbrandt

WUSTL
【Keywords】Axon(0+5); Degeneration(0+3); Glial cell(0+2); Development(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Metabolism(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Axonal degeneration, regulation of myelination, neuronal energetics and mitochondrial function in neuropathy and neurodegenerative disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert H. Baloh, Rakesh Nagarajan, Nam H. Le, Jeffrey A. Magee, Eric L. Snyder, Bin Zhang, Craig A. Press, Andreu Viader, Sungsu Kim, William James BuchserYears: 2018; Recipients: Milbrandt, Jeffrey D; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Jun O-Glcnacylation Regulates Schwann Cell Injury Response@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARandy Buckner

Harvard
【Keywords】Cognition(4+2); Aging(5+0); Development(4+0); Alzheimer's disease(4+0); Memory(3+1); Psychiatry(3+0); Schizophrenia(3+0); Imaging(2+1); Neuroimaging(2+1); Dopamine(2+0); Disease(1+1); Dysfunction(0+2); Vision(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Structure(1+0); Translation(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Pain(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Cognitive Control(0+1); Social cognition(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Connectomics(1+0); Parietal lobe(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Striatum(0+1); Caudate(1+0); White matter(1+0); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Human(9+2);
【Methods】Gene(6+2); MRI(2+0); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); fMRI(1+0); MEG(1+0); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Human neuroscience explorations of large-scale brain circuit function and dysfunction
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven E. Petersen, Bruce RosenMargaret A. Sheridan, Tracy H. Wang, Elizabeth H. Beam, Anthony Fotenos, Ted D. Satterthwaite, Fenna Krienen, James K. Bursley, Justin T. Baker, Mark E. Wheeler, Luigi Maccotta, Benjamin J. Shannon, Amitai Shenhav, Eun Young Choi, Justin L. Vincent, Hesheng Liu, Gagan S. Wig, Itamar Kahn, Yun-Ching Kao, Koene R.A. Van Dijk, Hamdi Eryilmaz, Jared A. Nielsen, Kristina M. Visscher, Avram J. Holmes, Rodrigo M Braga, Daniel Scott MarcusDonna Rose Addis, Xi-Nian ZuoYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Barch, Deanna M (co-PI) [⬀] Bookheimer, Susan Y (co-PI) [⬀] Buckner, Randy LDapretto, Mirella (co-PI) [⬀] Smith, Stephen Mark (co-PI) [⬀] Smith, Stephen Mark (co-PI) [⬀] Smith, Stephen Mark (co-PI) [⬀] Somerville, Leah Helene (co-PI) [⬀] Thomas, Kathleen M (co-PI) [⬀] Van Essen, David C. [⬀] Yacoub, Essa; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Mapping the Human Connectome During Typical Development@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.957091311Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHelena Hansen

NYU
【Keywords】Psychiatry(3+0); Opioids(2+0); Social(2+0); Disorder(1+0); HIV(1+0); Addiction(0+1);
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【Research】Cultural considerations in the treatment of addiction
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist 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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAStanley Froehner

UW
【Keywords】Synapse(0+6); Receptor(0+4); Neuromuscular(0+3); Retina(0+3); Glutamate receptor(0+2); Sodium channel(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Glycine receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+2); Channel(0+1); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Research
Synaptic transmission in the nervous system depends on highly specialized distributions of ion channels and other proteins for speed and specificity. Receptors for neurotransmitters are anchored at postsynaptic sites; where they bind the transmitter and cause a depolarization (at excitatory synapses) or a hyperpolarization (at inhibitory synapses). Strong evidence suggests that the association between receptors and intracellular membrane-associated proteins is an important feature of these specializations. Binding partners have been identified for several transmitter receptors. These include nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and rapsyn; glycine receptors and gephyrin; NMDA glutamate receptors and PSD-95; and AMPA glutamate receptors and GRIP. In many cases; the binding partner is also a scaffolding protein that Linkss the receptor to signaling proteins; thus forming a complex of functionally interactive proteins. We study the synaptic scaffolding complex formed by dystrophin; the product of the Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene. The dystrophin complex is highly concentrated postsynaptically at the neuromuscular junction; and at some central nervous system synapses; including the outer plexiform layer of the retina. The syntrophins; which are modular adapter proteins; comprise one family of dystrophin-associated proteins. Of the five forms of syntrophin encoded by separate genes; one form is highly localized at the neuromuscular synapse and at synapses in the retina. Syntrophins bind important signaling protein nNOS; voltage-activated sodium channels; aquaporins; stress-activated kinase-3 (also known as p38) and a microtubule-associated serine/threonine kinase. Current research involves the search for additional syntrophin binding proteins; the investigation of the importance of syntrophin in sodium channel and nNOS localization at synapses; and the importance of syntrophins in neuronal function; especially in the retina. To study the in vivo function of syntrophins; we have produced mice lacking syntrophins. Mice lacking alpha-syntrophin have aberrant neuromuscular junctions with low amounts of nicotinic receptors and acetylcholinesterase. By combining genetic and molecular biological approaches; we hope to understand the mechanisms involved in producing the membrane specializations required for synapse formation and function.
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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
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARakesh Karmacharya

Harvard
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(4+1); Disease(1+3); Disorder(3+1); Bipolar(3+1); Parkinson's disease(1+1); Microglia(1+0); Chemical neuroscience(1+0); Development(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Dendrite(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Spine(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Biomarker(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Depression(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+2); Stem Cell(3+1);
【Methods】Gene(1+3); Protein(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of disease: Chemical biology approaches in huan iPSC-derived neurons
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARui M. Costa

Columbia
【Keywords】Learning(11+0); Plasticity(4+0); Dysfunction(4+0); Skill learning(4+0); Motor learning(3+0); Learning and memory(3+0); Optical(2+1); Basal ganglia(3+0); Mutant(2+0); Regulation(2+0); Modulation(2+0); Dopamine(2+0); GABA(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); LTP(2+0); Synchrony(2+0); Development(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Tumor(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Motor(2+0); Memory(2+0); Acquisition(2+0); Consolidation(2+0); Sequence learning(2+0); Decision making(2+0); Speech(2+0); Stress(2+0); Motor cortex(2+0); Structure(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Autism(0+1); Infection(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Chemical sense(1+0); Execution(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Premotor cortex(1+0); Supplementary motor cortex(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(12+0); Human(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(6+2); Gene(1+1); Protein(2+0); In vivo(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+2); Model(2+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Behavioral Genetics; Electrophysiology;
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(4); Neuron(3); JNS(5); Nature Communications(2); Curr Biol.(4); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008253Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPatricia E. Phelps

UCLA
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MIT005002Boston, MA, USAH. Robert Horvitz

MIT
【Keywords】5-HT(0+2); Development(0+2); Disease(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Aging(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Environment(0+1); Mitochondria(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Huntington's disease(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Muscle(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+7); C. elegans(4+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+5); Channel(2+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】A simple nervous system; Understanding neurodegeneration
【Publications】Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Walter Gilbert, James D. Watson, Sydney BrennerYin Li, Iva Susan Greenwald, Paul W. Sternberg, Edwin Chip L. Ferguson, Ronald E Ellis, Michael Andrew Herman, Junying Yuan, Scott G Clark, Steven L. McIntire, Gregory Beitel, Shai Shaham, Yi-Chun Wu, Tory G. Herman, Xiaowei Lu, Gillian Stanfield, Bradley Michael Hersh, Peter W. Reddien, Craig Joseph Ceol, Melissa M Harrison, Erik C. Andersen, Shunji Nakano, Victor Ambros, Andrew D. Chisholm, Yishi Jin, Erik Jorgensen, Joshua M. Kaplan, Michael R. Koelle, Niels Ringstad, Gary Ruvkun, Gian Garriga, Cori Bargmann, Dengke K. MaProf.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAZhigang He

Harvard
【Keywords】Receptor(9+0); Regeneration(7+1); Axon(6+1); Injury(1+4); CNS(2+2); Development(1+1); Synapse(0+2); Brain injury(2+0); Spinal Cord Injury(0+2); Touch(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Motor(0+1); Muscle(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】 Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms in Axon Guidance and Regeneration
【Publications】Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Marc Tessier-LavigneKevin C. Wang, Vuk Koprivica, Glenn C. Yiu, Michael Norsworthy, Fengfeng Bei, Stephane Belin, Benedikt Brommer, Bo Chen, Shane Hegarty, Yang Hu, Yi Li, Kai Liu, Kevin Park, Patrice D. Smith, Joanna Stanicka, Fang Sun, Xuhua Wang, Jing Wang, Qianbin Wang, Philip Willaims, Liu Yuanyuan, Chunyang Zhang, Zicong Zhang, Miao He, Xuelian He, Anne Jacobi, Feng Tian, Aboozar Monavarfeshani, Homaira Nawabi, Romain Cartoni020281Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoel T. Braslow

UCLA
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NYU015028New York, NY, USAJonathan Winawer

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(12+2); Visual cortex(4+0); Perception(1+2); Memory(2+0); Language(2+0); White matter(2+0); Oscillation(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Color(1+0); Learning(1+0); Context(0+1); Music(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+1);
【Methods】fMRI(1+1); ECoG(0+1); EEG(0+1); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Visual perception, context effects on perception, and multimodal measurements of the human visual system (fMRI, EEG, ECoG)
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(4); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Josh Wallman, Lera Boroditsky, Brian A. WandellEline R. Kupers, Jingyang Zhou, Catherine Olsson, Serra E. Favila, Dora Hermes, Noah C. BensonAlex C. Huk, Franco Pestilli, Jennifer Marie Davie Yoon, Roozbeh KianiYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Carrasco, Marisa [⬀] Winawer, Jonathan A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Linking Brain and Behavior 'Around' the Visual Field@ New York University; Matching Score: 0.958004413Assist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAdrian KC Lee

UW
【Keywords】Dynamics(0+4); Engineering(0+3); Object(0+2); Brain-Computer Interface(0+2); Decision making(0+2); Executive control(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Learning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(0+2);
【Research】Research
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABennett G. Novitch

UCLA
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Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAaron D Gitler

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(3+7); Development(4+0); Sclerosis(4+0); Disorder(1+2); Neurology(3+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+2); Pathology(2+1); Mutant(1+1); Proteinopathy(2+0); Parkinson's disease(1+1); Sense(1+1); Stress(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Knockout(0+1); Translation(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Parkinson's(1+0); LRRK2(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Huntington's(1+0); Motor(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+6); Mouse(3+4); Zebrafish(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(5+8); Model(3+9); Protein(6+2); Biochemistry(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jonathan A. Epstein, Susan L. LindquistJoseph W Paul, Maria Armakola, Michael P. Hart, Matthew Figley, Ana JovicicNancy Mara BoniniYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Gitler, Aaron D; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: Innovating Yeast and Human Genetics Approaches to Define Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Disease@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1012954Prof.
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.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USANicholas Turk-Browne

Yale
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【Research】.
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Columbia006008New York, NY, USARichard Axel

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

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Stroke(26+0); Disease(6+3); Imaging(5+4); Ischemia(3+3); Vessel(2+3); Neurology(4+0); Therapy(2+2); Blood flow(3+1); Cerebrovascular(2+1); Hemorrhage(2+0); Sclerosis(2+0); Cognition(2+0); White matter(2+0); Development(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Biomarker(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Migraine(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Timing(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Language(1+0); Speech(1+0); Comprehension(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Angular gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】MRI(2+5); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Neuro Vascular Brain Imaging Unit
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJustin Baker

Harvard
【Keywords】Psychiatry(22+0); Disorder(13+1); Schizophrenia(13+1); Bipolar(5+1); Stress(4+0); Neuroimaging(3+0); Cingulate cortex(3+0); ACC(3+0); Disease(0+2); Pathology(1+1); Cognition(2+0); Motor(2+0); Memory(2+0); Methodology(2+0); Development(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Auditory(1+0); Auditory processing(1+0); Finger(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Semantic(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connectomics(1+0); LIP(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Caudate(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+2); Monkey(2+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+0); Anatomy(2+0); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2);
【Research】Deep phenotyping in mental illness
【Publications】Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jerome N. Sanes, Randy L. Buckner, Lawrence H. SnyderYears: 2003 — 2004; Recipients: Baker, Justin T; Code: F31; Title/Keywords: Cortical Control of the Eye and Arm in Humans &Monkeys@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1002686Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Gabriel Kreiman

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(14+3); Object(5+0); Visual cortex(5+0); Timing(4+0); Temporal lobe(3+1); Medial Temporal Lobe(3+1); Cognition(2+0); Object recognition(2+0); Memory(1+1); Learning(1+1); Episodic memory(1+1); Decoding(2+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Memory Consolidation(0+1); Sequence learning(1+0); Context(0+1); Cognitive Control(1+0); Category(1+0); Consciousness(1+0); Imagery(1+0); Predictive coding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Artificial intelligence(0+1); Machine(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Human(16+1); Macaque(2+0); Primate(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(2+2); Model(2+2); Gene(2+1); Protein(2+0); Theory(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Microarray(1+0); LFP(1+0);
【Research】 Visual object recognition: computational models and neurophysiological mechanisms
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Christof Koch, Mark Konishi, Tomaso A. PoggioBill Lotter, Joseph Olson, Hanlin Tang, Zihao Xu, Yigal Agam, Arjun K. Bansal, Calin Buia, Kendra Burbank, Martin Hemberg, Leyla Isik, Radhika Madhavan , Thomas Miconi, rajamanickam murugan, Farnaz Sharif, Jedediah M. Singer, Camille Gomez-Laberge, Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi, Frederico Augusto Casarsa de Azevedo, William S. Anderson , Malena Espanol, Hesheng LiuRichard T. Born, Chou P. HungYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Kreiman, Gabriel; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Neural Circuits For Cognitive Control@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.976013851Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKatherine Nagel

NYU
【Keywords】Sense(0+1);
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【Methods】Biophysics(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics of sensory processing
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Allison Doupe, Rachel I. WilsonDavid SchoppikYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Nagel, Katherine; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Short-Term Synaptic Plasticity in Sensory Processing and Behavior@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.915Assist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USADena Dubal

UCSF
【Keywords】Aging(0+11); Neurodegenerative disease(0+5); Cognition(0+3); Hormone(0+3); Disease(0+2); Body(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Age-related(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Gene(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of Neural Resilience in Aging and Neurodegenerative Disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJunying Yuan

Harvard
【Keywords】Stroke(4+0); Stress(1+3); Differentiation(3+0); Disease(3+0); Aging(2+0); Brain injury(1+1); Glia(0+1); Development(1+0); CNS(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Cellular stress(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Injury(0+1); Execution(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); C. elegans(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); Protein(2+2); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of Programmed Cell Death
【Publications】Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
H. Robert HorvitzLauren Mifflin, Dimitry OfengeimYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Yuan, Junying; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Investigating the Role and Mechanism of Ripk1 in Mediating Cerebrovascular Pathology of Ad@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1080885Prof.
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJohn Golfinos

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(5+0); Therapy(3+0); Spine(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Injury(1+0); Tumor(0+1); Neuro-oncology(1+0); Vestibular(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+0);
【Research】Multi-modality treatment of brain tumors
【Publications】Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert Spetzler007075Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKwabena Boahen

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(7+0); Synapse(3+0); Contrast(3+0); Dynamics(3+0); Retina(2+0); Brain-Machine Interface(2+0); Learning(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Sense(0+1); Vision(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Spatial attention(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Motor(0+1); Timing(1+0); Concept(1+0); Temperature(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Artificial Neural network(1+0); Signal processing(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(4+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Neuron(2); NIPS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Carver MeadBo Wen, Samir Menon, Eric M. Trautmann, Kareem A. Zaghloul, Brian S. Taba, John V. Arthur, Paul A. Merolla, John H. Wittig, Nicholas A. Steinmetz, John Arthur, Paul Merolla, Anand Chandrasekaran, Jean Marie BussatYears: 2011 — 2015; Recipients: Boahen, Kwabena; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Fully Implantable and Programmable Spike-Based Codecs For Neuroprosthetics@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1006962Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USALila Davachi

NYU
【Keywords】Hippocampus(6+0); Cognition(5+0); Encoding(5+0); Cognitive neuroscience(4+0); Memory(3+0); Context(3+0); Learning(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Temporal lobe(1+1); Medial Temporal Lobe(1+1); Caudate(2+0); Retrieval(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Emotion(1+0); PFC(1+0); PPC(1+0); Perirhinal cortex(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Medial temporal lobe involvement in the formation of different types of memories
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(4); JNS(4); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Patricia Goldman-Rakic, Anthony D. WagnerMarika Inhoff, Nicole M. Long, Nicholas Ketz, Nicco R. Reggente, Alice Berners-Lee, Emily Cowan, Alexa Tompary, Shannon Tubridy, Arielle Tambini, Avi Chanales, Bernhard Staresina, Tarimotimi Awipi, Katherine D. Duncan, Josh Richman, Youssef Ezzyat, Sarah DuBrow, Andy Heusser, Jared F. Danker, Vishnu Pradeep MurtyTodd M. Gureckis, Brian McElreeYears: 2018; Recipients: Davachi, LilaGoff, Donald C. [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Hippocampal Memory Circuits in Delusions@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1008351Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJames Brinkley

UW
【Keywords】Knowledge(0+2); Structure(0+1); Signal processing(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Neuroinformatics(0+2); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnthony Ricci

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(11+2); Auditory(3+4); Development(2+3); Synapse(3+2); Imaging(2+2); Ion Channel(2+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Vesicle(2+0); Sense(0+2); Adaptation(2+0); Frequency(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Timing(0+1); Temperature(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(2+4);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(6); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert FettiplaceWisam Reid, Connie Tsai, Hamilton E. Farris, Mamiko Niwa, Anthony W. Peng, Manuel Castellano-Munoz, Thomas EffertzShelley A. BattsYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Ricci, Anthony J; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Neuroscience Research Training@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USASimon Peron

NYU
【Keywords】Sense(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Population imaging of sensory networks
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Fabrizio Gabbiani, Karel SvobodaDaniel StolzbergAssist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAArnold R. Kriegstein

UCSF
【Keywords】Glial cell(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Epilepsy(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+7); Human(0+4); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】Neural Stem Cells and Embryonic Cortical Development
【Publications】
【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-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
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARichard S. Morrison

UW
【Keywords】Injury(0+4); Disease(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Ischemia(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAHongjun Song

JHU
【Keywords】Neurogenesis(0+7); Plasticity(0+2); Development(0+2); Synaptic integration(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+10); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+3); Gene(0+2); Biochemistry(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Protein(0+1); Multi-electrode(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAEllen Covey

UW
【Keywords】Auditory(0+17); Motor(0+6); Neural Circuit(0+2); Perception(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+3); Behavior(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKang Shen

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(4+1); Dendrite(5+0); Receptor(3+0); Synapse(3+0); Axon(2+0); Axonal transport(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Connection(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Environment(1+0); Branching(1+0); Aging(1+0); Tau(1+0); Sense(1+0); Memory(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(2+1);
【Methods】Gene(2+0); Protein(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(4); Neuron(5); Nature Communications(3); Curr Biol.(1); eLife(3);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Cori BargmannXing Wei, Ye Emily Wu, Andrew B. Hellman, Daniel L. Chao, Matthew P. Klassen, Matthew P. Klassen, Tyler Cutforth, Mikyoung Park, Sung E. Kwon, Shasta L. SaboYears: 2018; Recipients: Shen, Kang; Code: S10; Title/Keywords: Biosorter Pro Large Particle Flow Cytometer For Organismal and Large Cell Sorting@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMatthew Anderson

Harvard
【Keywords】Chloride(12+0); Autism(5+5); Epilepsy(4+2); Synapse(3+3); Regulation(5+0); Glutamate(3+1); Mutant(3+0); Membrane(3+0); Disease(1+2); VTA(1+2); Receptor(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(2+0); Seizure(2+0); Development(1+1); Disorder(0+2); Infection(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Temporal lobe(2+0); Cytokine(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glial cell(1+0); Glia(0+1); Trafficking(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Angelman(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Sense(1+0); Vocalization(0+1); Social(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); CA2(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+2); Human(2+2);
【Methods】Gene(5+9); Channel(6+1); Protein(3+2); Behavior(0+4); Virus(3+0); Electrophysiology(0+3); Model(1+1); In vivo(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); MRI(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Molecular and Circuit Defects Underlying Human Genetic Forms of Autism and Epilepsy
【Publications】Cell(2); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Umberto De Girolami, Jeffrey A. GoldenYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Anderson, Matthew P; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Vta Vglut2 Sociability Circuit in Genetic Autism@ Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Matching Score: 0.922007731Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPaul Bollyky

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(4+0); Inflammation(4+0); Regulation(2+1); Receptor(3+0); Memory(2+0); Signaling molecule(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Infection(1+0); Injury(1+0); Sense(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Virus(4+0); Gene(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2); PNAS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerald NepomPayton Marshall, Carlos Medina, Johanna M. Sweere, Xiou CaoYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Bollyky, Paul L; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Development of 4-Methylumbelliferone Pro-Drugs to Prevent Autoimmune Diabetes@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958002116Assist 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
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARichard Buxton

UCSD
【Keywords】Blood flow(0+3); Metabolism(0+2); Blood oxygen level dependent(0+2); Energy metabolism(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+3); fMRI(0+2); Model(0+2); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】 Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAErik Snapp

JHU
【Keywords】Environment(0+3); Disease(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Membrane(0+1); HIV(0+1); Learning(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+9); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Virus(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USABruce Conklin

UCSF
【Keywords】Disease(0+11); Therapy(0+4); Motor Neuron(0+2); Engineering(0+2); CRISPR/Cas9(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Decoding(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Stem Cell(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+12); Model(0+7); Microscopy(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Decoding and Repairing Genetic Disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAMatt Thompson

CalTech
【Keywords】Stroke(5+0); Disease(4+0); Development(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Glutamate(1+0); Structure(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Vessel(1+0); Optical(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Mathematics(0+2); Statistics(2+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Biological Engineering; Computational Mathematics; Developmental Biology and Genetics; Synthetic Biology; Systems Biology
【Publications】Nature(2);
【Reviews】Review(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
047305Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJoshua Buckholtz

Harvard
【Keywords】Psychiatry(6+0); Cognition(3+2); Social behavior(2+2); Imaging(1+3); Dopamine(3+0); Disorder(0+3); Decision making(3+0); Development(1+1); Social(2+0); Reward(2+0); Stress(2+0); PFC(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Personality Disorders(0+1); Schizophrenia(1+0); Attention(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Fear(1+0); Aggression(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Putamen(1+0); Ventral striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(6+4); Gene(5+0); fMRI(0+2); PET(0+2); TMS(0+2); Computation(0+2); Model(2+0);
【Research】brain Circuit Mechanisms for Decision-Making in Health and Disease
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005398Assoc Prof.
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJonathan Flint

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAElaine Hsiao

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USARoger Nicoll

UCSF
【Keywords】LTP(0+5); Trafficking(0+4); Receptor(0+3); Glutamate receptor(0+3); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】The Cellular and Molecular Basis of Synaptic Plasticity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAEric Chudler

UW
【Keywords】Multisensory integration(0+4); Basal ganglia(0+3); Pain(0+2); Nociception(0+2); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Somatosensory(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Motor(0+1); Brain-Computer Interface(0+1); Globus pallidus(0+1); neostriatum(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Brain-Computer Interfaces
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAlbert H. Kim

WUSTL
【Keywords】Dendrite(5+0); Tumor(1+3); Receptor(3+0); Neurotrophin(2+0); Differentiation(2+0); Therapy(0+2); Mutant(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Development(1+0); Proliferation(0+1); Self-renewal(1+0); Disease(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Primate(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Genetic and epigenetic changes that drive malignant behavior in brain tumors
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Moses V. Chao, Azad BonniAmit D. GujarYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Kim, Albert Hong-Jae; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Regulation of Glioblastoma Stem-Like Cells by Cdc20-Anaphase-Promoting Complex@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1004468Assoc Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAXiaoqin Wang

JHU
【Keywords】Perception(0+5); Learning(0+3); Development(0+2); Auditory(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Language(0+1); Speech(0+1); Neural encoding(0+1); Auditory cortex(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+4); Human(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAnthony Frempong-Boadu

NYU
【Keywords】Spine(3+1); Disease(1+1); Infection(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Diseases of the cervical and lumbar spine
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAShiNung Ching

WUSTL
【Keywords】Engineering(2+2); Consciousness(3+0); Rhythm(2+0); Anesthesia(2+0); APP(2+0); Dynamics(1+1); Seizure(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Optical imaging(1+0); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Model(7+0); EEG(4+0); Theory(1+2); Optogenetics(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】The interface between systems and control engineering, neuroscience and neural medicine
【Publications】JNS(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001552Assist Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USABenjamin H. White

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Trauma(4+0); Development(0+3); Form(2+1); Environment(0+2); HIV(2+0); Injury(2+0); Hormone(0+2); Imaging(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Structure(0+1); Pain(1+0); Motor(0+1); Temperature(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); Virus(2+0); Gene(1+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJoshua Berke

UCSF
【Keywords】Dopamine(0+3); Microcircuit(0+3); Motivation(0+3); Learning(0+2); Dynamics(0+2); Basal ganglia(0+2); Modulation(0+1); Acetylcholine(0+1); Disease(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Reward(0+1); Reinforcement learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Electrophysiology(0+2); Optogenetics(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Motivation and Adaptive Decision-Making
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARoberto Malinow

UCSD
【Keywords】Synapse(0+3); AMPA receptor(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); LTP(0+1); LTD(0+1); Development(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Depression(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Concept(0+1); Fear(0+1); Optical(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+2); Monkey(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, 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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoshua B. Rubin

WUSTL
【Keywords】Tumor(7+18); Development(4+3); Pediatric(3+4); Gap junction(2+0); Proliferation(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Circadian(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Rhythm(0+1); CNS(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Sexual differentiation(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Mouse(2+2); Stem Cell(1+2); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(2+2); In vivo(2+1); In vitro(1+1); Channel(1+0);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms in pediatric brain tumorigenesis
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008044Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJyoti Mishra

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+5); Cognitive Control(0+5); Translation(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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, USAJesse A. Rissman

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAntonio De Maio

UCSD
【Keywords】Injury(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Environment(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USATimothy F. Cloughesy

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPeter Luke Santa Maria

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMichael Long

NYU
【Keywords】Electrical synapse(3+0); Motor(1+1); Timing(2+0); Thalamic reticular nucleus(2+0); Synchrony(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Reaching(1+0); Learning(1+0); Speech(1+0); Temperature(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Suprachiasmatic nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Songbird(1+0);
【Methods】ECoG(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Cellular and circuit mechanisms of complex, learned motor behaviors
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(6); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Barry W. Connors, Michale S. FeeCeline Joiris, Rachel C. Clary, Madeleine S. Junkins, Robert Egger, Kalman Katlowitz, Georg Kosche, Felix Moll, Sam E. Benezra, Daniel Okobi, Paul W Frazel, Arkarup Banerjee, Daniela VallentinJonathan I. BenichovYears: 2018; Recipients: Long, Michael A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Synaptic and Circuit Mechanisms of Learned Motor Sequences@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1002933Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASui Wang

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(11+2); Retina(6+3); Cell fate(6+2); Differentiation(6+0); Disease(0+3); Vision(3+0); Photoreceptor(3+0); Transcription(1+1); Embryo(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Form(2+0); Vesicle(1+0); Glia(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); APP(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(6+2); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(6); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000609Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAdam R Aron

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+7); Cognitive Control(0+3); Cognitive neuroscience(0+2); Pathology(0+1); Impulse Control Disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPaul Fuchs

JHU
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+6); Receptor(0+3); Ion Channel(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Acetylcholine(0+1); Ligand gated ion channel(0+1); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Potassium channel(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Sense(0+1); Pain(0+1); Timing(0+1); Music(0+1); Temperature(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【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, USALei Stanley Qi

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Adam P. ArkinYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Cai, Long [⬀] Qi, Lei Stanley; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Hi-Resolution Dynamic Imaging of Chromosomes in Single Cells by Combined Crispr Imaging and Sequential Fish@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.944Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABen Barres

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David P. Corey, Martin C. RaffBrian Milligan, Caleb C. Stokes, Barry Wark, Sophia Wienbar, Mariko Howe, Miriam Rachel Kaplan, Jeffrey L. Goldberg, John David Cahoy, Madolyn Bowman Rogers, Trent Alan Watkins, Richard Daneman, Nicola Allen, Cagla Eroglu, Andrew D. Huberman, Beth Stevens, Erik M. Ullian, junryo watanabe, Shane Antony Liddelow, Huaiyu Mi, Michel Cayouette, Axel Nimmerjahn, J. Bradley Zuchero, Tristan Qingyun LiYears: 2014 — 2017; Recipients: Barres, Ben A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Testing a New Hypothesis For Cns Synaptic Senescence@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAKatherine W. Roche

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+6); Synapse(0+4); Receptor(0+3); Glutamate receptor(0+2); Trafficking(0+2); Glutamate(0+1); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Receptor Biology Section
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAIsabella Graef

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(4+3); Regulation(1+1); Transcription(2+0); LTD(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Branching(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Sense(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(4); Cell(7); Neuron(2); PNAS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2011; Recipients: Graef, Isabella A; Code: R13; Title/Keywords: Wiring the Brain 2011: Making Connections@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAN. Gautam

WUSTL
【Keywords】Membrane(4+0); Cell migration(4+0); Regulation(2+0); Structure(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Optogenetics(3+1); Protein(2+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Optogenetic Control of Signaling and Cell Behavior
【Publications】Cell(10);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichael V. Sofroniew

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
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【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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAStewart Hendry

JHU
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Retina(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALauren Mikula

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAEric Shea-Brown

UW
【Keywords】Dynamics(0+5); Neural network(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Decision making(0+2); Neural dynamics(0+2); Connectomics(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Model(0+2); Mathematics(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAYann Andre LeCun

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(0+1); Machine learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+1);
【Research】Machine learning, computer vision, and computational neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
105512Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAScott O. Murray

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+8); Object(0+6); Visual cortex(0+2); Structure(0+1); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Depth(0+1); Form(0+1); Object recognition(0+1); Attention(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); fMRI(0+2); MRI(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1); Algorithm(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAF. Xavier Castellanos

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(9+1); Psychiatry(6+0); ADHD(3+2); Cognition(3+2); Imaging(3+1); Development(3+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Autism(2+0); Attention(2+0); Neuroimaging(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Causality(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Connectomics(1+0); Precuneus(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(4+1); Behavior(1+1); fMRI(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neuroimaging, neuroscience, psychopharmacology, and the genetics of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dylan Gee, Zarrar Shehzad, David Ernest Stark, Jonathan Seth Adelstein, Xi-Nian ZuoBrandon Ashinoff, Felipe Almeida Picon058934Prof.
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
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARobert Steiner

UW
【Keywords】Reproduction(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Development(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Transporter(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Opiate(0+1); Neuropeptide(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Sexual differentiation(0+1); Circadian(0+1); Body Weight(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Steroid(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Rat(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Tracing(0+1); Microarray(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neuroendocrinology; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors

NOT TAKING STUDENTS
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAYe Zhang

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJonathan Horton

UCSF
【Keywords】Vision(0+29); Visual cortex(0+12); V1(0+6); Development(0+3); Environment(0+2); Perception(0+2); Striate cortex(0+2); Lateral geniculate body(0+2); Axon(0+1); Disease(0+1); Retina(0+1); Extrastriate cortex(0+1); Form(0+1); Color(0+1); Thalamus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+6); Primate(0+2); Monkey(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Histochemistry(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Structural Basis of Amblyopia and Strabismus
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALisa Gunaydin

UCSF
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Autism(0+2); Anxiety(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Axon(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Social(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Neural dynamics(0+1); Optical(0+1); PFC(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Rodent(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Optogenetics(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】Circuit basis of motivated behaviors in psychiatric disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAngelika Doetzlhofer

JHU
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+17); Differentiation(0+4); Regeneration(0+2); Auditory(0+2); Development(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Cell lineage(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); In vitro(0+2); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAEdward Ziff

NYU
【Keywords】AMPA receptor(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Spine(0+1); Disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】AMPA receptors trafficking, synaptic strength, spine morphogenesis, and neurological diseases
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Frederick SangerLinheng Li / Xi He, Bradley Alan States, Joshua B. Silverman, Wei Lu, Brian David Fernholz, Sara Monea, Yafell Serulle, David Tukey, Sooyeon Lee, Roseann F. Titcombe, Bryen A. Jordan, Pavel Osten, George C. Prendergast, Sophie Restituito, Michael E. Greenberg, Jon HanleyYears: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Ziff, Edward B; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Role of Cgkii in Ampa Receptor Transport@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKaren Adolph

NYU
【Keywords】Development(18+0); Motor(6+0); Perception(4+0); Learning(3+0); Object(2+0); Body(1+0); Acquisition(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Psychophysics(1+0);
【Research】Behavioral flexibility in infants, children, and adults
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007750Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAArturo Alvarez-Buylla

UCSF
【Keywords】Olfaction(0+4); Olfactory bulb(0+4); Neurogenesis(0+3); Development(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Axon(0+1); Vision(0+1); Pain(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+4); Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Birth and Migration of New Neurons
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAElizabeth Jonas

Yale
【Keywords】Mitochondria(0+5); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Connection(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Vesicle fusion(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Endocrinology; Mitochondria; Nervous System; Synaptic Transmission; Neurobiology; Apoptosis.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USABrad A. Racette

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disease(3+3); Neurology(3+0); Environment(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Ex vivo(1+0); MRI(1+0); PET(1+0);
【Research】Environmental risk factors for Parkinson disease and pathophysiology of Mn induced neurotoxicity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Joel S. PerlmutterYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Racette, Brad A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Manganese-Induced Neurotoxic Effects Research in South Africa (Miners)@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAGlenn Saxe

NYU
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Psychiatric consequences of traumatic events on children
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAngelique Bordey

Yale
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Glia(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Autism(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+5);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Autistic Disorder; Central Nervous System Diseases; Nervous System Malformations; Nervous System Diseases; Neurologic Manifestations; Neurosurgery; Physiology; Stem Cells; Diseases.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USATatyana O. Sharpee

UCSD
【Keywords】Sense(0+2); Development(0+1); Vision(0+1); Object(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAStephen Strittmatter

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

NIH-NIDCD
【Keywords】Development(3+2); Hair cell(4+0); Regulation(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Sense(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Timing(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Encoding(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+1); Human(1+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); JNS(2); eLife(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Brad N. BuranYears: 1994 — 2018; Recipients: Wu, Doris; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Molecular Basis For the Morphogenesis of the Inner Ear@ Deafness & Other Communication Disorders; Matching Score: 0.915
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
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAStanley Prusiner

UCSF
【Keywords】Disease(0+5); Prion diseases(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Mutant(0+1); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); CNS(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+8); Gene(0+5); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Molecular Biological, Genetic and Protein Structural Studies of Prion Disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAWilliam Newsome

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(12+1); Perception(4+2); Dynamics(4+0); PFC(4+0); Visual motion(3+0); Decision making(3+0); Neurology(2+0); Sense(2+0); Striate cortex(2+0); Eye Movement(1+1); Reward(2+0); Neural codes(2+0); LIP(2+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Extrastriate cortex(1+0); Motor(0+1); Planning(0+1); Memory(0+1); Optical(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0); Premotor cortex(1+0); OFC(1+0); MST(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(7+0); Macaque(6+0);
【Methods】Behavior(5+6); Computation(5+1); Psychophysics(3+0); Microstimulation(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); LFP(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(4); JNS(2); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(3); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Review(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John M. Allman, David C. Van Essen, Robert H. WurtzMelissa R. Warden, Joseph J. Paton, Greg S. Corrado, Rachel S. Kalmar, Alan Rorie, C Daniel Salzman, Eyal Seidemann, Gregory D. Horwitz, Crista L. Barberini, Marlene R. Cohen, Leo Sugrue, Jana Schaich-Borg, Daniel L. Kimmel, Aaron P. Batista, Richard T. Born, Kenneth H. Britten, Simona Celebrini, Greg DeAngelis, Nazli Emadi, Christopher Fiorillo, Roozbeh Kiani, Valerio Mante, Jim Muller, Michael N. Shadlen, Ehud Zohary, Vincent B. McGinty, Jennifer M. GrohWyeth Bair, Juan Joanne Gao, J Anthony MovshonYears: 2003 — 2004; Recipients: Newsome, William T; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Neuroscience Research Training@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1036345Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAValeria Cavalli

WUSTL
【Keywords】Axon(7+14); Injury(2+17); Regeneration(6+6); CNS(0+4); Sense(0+3); Regulation(0+2); PNS(0+2); Axon growth(0+2); Motor(0+2); Development(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Body(0+1); Pain(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cellular, Molecular and Epigenetic control of axon regeneration
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lawrence SB Goldstein, Vitaly KlyachkoNamiko AbeYears: 2018; Recipients: Cavalli, Valeria; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Identifying Epigenetic Modifiers Promoting Optic Nerve Regeneration@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAStephan Sanders

UCSF
【Keywords】Autism(0+4); Disorder(0+2); Developmental Disorder(0+2); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Pediatric(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Genomic and bioinformatic approaches to discovering the etiology of neurodevelopmental disorders in humans, especially autism spectrum disorder
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAHey-Kyoung Lee

JHU
【Keywords】Synaptic Plasticity(0+5); LTP(0+3); LTD(0+3); Sense(0+3); Vision(0+3); Memory(0+3); Synapse(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Structure(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Social(0+1); Homeostatic(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMichael Moseley

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(24+2); Stroke(15+4); Disease(6+2); Blood flow(4+1); White matter(5+0); Neurology(4+0); Pediatric(4+0); Ischemia(3+0); Metabolism(3+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(3+0); Tumor(2+0); Cerebrovascular(2+0); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Aging(1+0); Injury(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0);
【Methods】MRI(16+0); Statistics(2+0); fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Chunlei Liu, Deqiang QiuYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Moseley, Michael EYeom, Kristen; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: A 5minute Motion-Corrected Pediatric Brain Mri Protocol@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958054234Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAS Charles Cho

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USASaket Navlakha

UCSD
【Keywords】Cell fate(0+1); Environment(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+3);
【Research】 Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMatthew Porteus

Stanford
【Keywords】Therapy(5+1); Engineering(5+0); Finger(4+0); CRISPR/Cas9(3+0); Embryo(3+0); Development(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Clone(1+0); Disease(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Face(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(17+0); Stem Cell(15+0); Mouse(4+0);
【Methods】Gene(17+1); Model(2+0); Protein(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
012391Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADavid Ginty