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JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAXinzhong Dong

JHU
【Keywords】Pain(0+12); Body(0+4); Sense(0+3); Nociception(0+3); Imaging(0+3); Injury(0+2); CA2(0+2); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Glia(0+1); Development(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Analgesics(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Knowledge(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+6);
【Methods】Gene(0+5); Electrophysiology(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANikolaus Kriegeskorte

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(9+8); Cognition(4+1); Neural network(2+3); Systems Neuroscience(3+1); Object(3+0); Perception(1+1); Face(1+1); Inference(0+2); Artificial intelligence(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Sense(0+1); Object recognition(0+1); Working memory(1+0); Social(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Artificial Neural network(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Neuroimaging(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); V1(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+2); Non-human primate(0+2); Monkey(2+0); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(3+10); Computation(4+5); fMRI(4+1); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); MEG(0+1); Theory(0+1); Data analysis(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Brain Imaging; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Theoretical Neuroscience ; Sensory Physiology;
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); PLoS Biol.(1); PLOS Computational Biology(2);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rainer Goebel, Peter A. BandettiniBaihan Lin, Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi, Robert M. Mok, Ruben S. van Bergen, Tim Christian Kietzmann, Olivier JolyRoozbeh Kiani012224Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAJoshua Gordon

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Working memory(1+6); Plasticity(3+1); Anxiety(4+0); Schizophrenia(1+3); Neural Circuit(0+4); Cognition(1+2); Vision(3+0); Visual cortex(3+0); Hippocampus(2+1); Synchrony(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Fear(2+0); PFC(1+1); V1(2+0); Amygdala(1+1); Thalamus(1+1); Mutant(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(0+1); Oscillation(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Entrainment(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(0+1); mPFC(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0); Dorsal raphe nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+1);
【Methods】Model(1+3); Gene(2+1); In vivo(1+2); Computation(0+3); Protein(2+0); Behavior(1+1); Theory(2+0); In vitro(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Integrative Neuroscience Section
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael P. Stryker, René HenSelin Schamiloglu, Mitchell P. Morton, Tim Spellman, Joseph M. Stujenske, Clay O. Lacefield, Avishek Adhikari, Pia-Kelsey O'Neill, Timothy Spellman, Nancy Padilla-Coreano, Alexander Z. Harris, Ekaterina Likhtik, Atheir I. Abbas, Andrew Rosen, Wei-li Chang, Alan Jung Park, Torfi Sigurdsson, Piray Atsak, David A. Kupferschmidt, Johannes PasseckerEugene P BrandonYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Gordon, Joshua AOquendo, Maria A.Pincus, Harold A.; Code: R25; Title/Keywords: Priming the Pump: Training Physician-Scientists in Translational Neuroscience@ New York State Psychiatric Institute; Matching Score: 0.925008987
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USABarani Raman

WUSTL
【Keywords】Olfaction(2+2); Environment(1+1); Sense(0+2); Neural codes(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Learning(1+0); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems analysis of neural information processing; bio-inspired sensors and algorithms
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMary Potter

MIT
【Keywords】Perception(3+3); Attention(1+5); Memory(0+5); Vision(2+2); Contrast(0+2); Context(0+2); Comprehension(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Language(0+1); Semantic(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive Processes: Attention, Perception, Comprehension and Memory
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jerome Seymour BrunerDaniel H. O'Connor, Nina Strohminger, Rijuta C. Pandav, Daphne Bavelier, Marvin M. Chun, Jodi L. Davenport, Nancy Kanwisher, William D. Marslen-Wilson, Yaoda Xu, Rhonda Friedman, Ansgar Endress, Judith F. Kroll, Ming Meng, Brad Wyble, Mark Nieuwenstein, Helene Intraub, Carl Erick Hagmann, Ekaterina V. PechenkovaYears: 2003 — 2009; Recipients: Potter, Mary C; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Competition Model of Attention and Memory@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAAnna Greka

Harvard
【Keywords】Disease(8+6); Ion Channel(2+7); Therapy(2+1); Imaging(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(0+1); Structure(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Development(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Channelopathies(0+1); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Muscle(0+1); Stress(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Cardiovascular(0+1); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+3); Model(1+2); Gene(0+2); Protein(2+0); Channel(0+1); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Ion channels and calcium signaling in health and disease
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David E. ClaphamAssist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMichael Do

Harvard
【Keywords】Retina(8+1); Vision(0+5); Photoreceptor(4+1); Adaptation(4+0); Modulation(2+0); Plasticity(0+2); Perception(0+2); Form(2+0); Body(0+2); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Glia(0+1); Development(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Context(0+1); Consciousness(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(4+1); Mouse(4+1); Primate(2+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】A Biophysical Approach to System Function
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Physiological Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bruce P. Bean, King-Wai YauAlan J. Emanuel, Elliott S. Milner001991Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKatherine Nagel

NYU
【Keywords】Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【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.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAGary Struhl

Columbia
【Keywords】Body(2+3); Development(2+1); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(0+1); Structure(1+0); Transcription(0+1); Translation(0+1); Form(1+0); Olfaction(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(13+1);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Gene(3+0); In vivo(2+0);
【Research】Organ growth; Cell patterning; Cell-cell signaling;
【Publications】Nature(6); Cell(10);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Lawrence, Tom ManiatisRobin P. Wharton, Josh Dubnau, Konrad Basler, Jordi Casanova, Jin Jiang, Joseph ParkerYears: 2018; Recipients: Struhl, Gary; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: Morphogen Control of Organ Growth in Drosophila@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.955020439Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAItschak Weissman

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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, USASandip Biswal

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(8+3); Pain(7+3); Therapy(2+1); Injury(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Neuropathic pain(2+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Inflammation(0+1); Sclerosis(1+0); Nociception(0+1); Muscle(1+0); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0); Monkey(1+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(2+2); PET(1+1); Model(2+0); Channel(1+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USAKenzie L Preston

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Stress(6+2); Disorder(5+1); Environment(0+4); Alcohol(4+0); Cocaine(2+1); Receptor(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Addiction(1+0); Context(1+0); Language(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+4); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Research Branch
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michelle L. JobesYears: 2018; Recipients: Preston, Kenzie; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Quantifying Exposure to Illicit Drugs & Psychosocial Stress in Real Time@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 0.915
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAScott Baraban

UCSF
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+4); Development(0+2); Cell therapy(0+2); CRISPR/Cas9(0+1); Mutant(0+1); Structure(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Seizure(0+1); Transplantation(0+1); CNS(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Disease(0+1); Form(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Zebrafish(0+5); Human(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Electrophysiology(0+3); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microarray(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Epilepsy
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAndrew Gentles

Stanford
【Keywords】Tumor(4+0); Disease(2+1); Receptor(2+0); Development(2+0); Amino acid(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Concept(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine learning(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Human(9+1); Stem Cell(7+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Computation(1+1); Protein(1+0); MRI(1+0); Microarray(1+0); Model(1+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(5); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007122Assist Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAlan Gelperin

Princeton
【Keywords】Memory(0+28); Learning(0+24); Olfaction(7+12); Neurogenesis(0+18); Dynamics(0+8); Connection(0+6); Receptor(2+2); Long-term memory(0+4); Imaging(0+4); Olfactory bulb(3+0); Membrane(0+2); Vesicle(0+2); Oscillation(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Perception(2+0); Form(0+2); Motor(0+2); Associative learning(0+2); Aversive(0+2); Glutamate(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Human(1+2); Zebrafish(0+2); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(0+14); Gene(0+8); Protein(0+6); Computation(1+2); LFP(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Cell(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Vincent G. DethierSanford M. Simon, Monte Westerfield, Michael S. King, Barbara S. Beltz, Kerry R. Delaney, Christie Sahley, Terrence J. Sejnowski, Jing W. Wang, Dmitry Rinberg, David W. TankYears: 2002 — 2005; Recipients: Gelperin, AlanTeeter, JohnRawson, Nancy [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Acquisition of a Confocal Microscope For Research in the Chemical Senses@ Monell Chemical Senses Center; Matching Score: 1Other
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
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Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPaul Yock

Stanford
【Keywords】Transplantation(3+0); Optical(3+0); Cardiovascular(2+0); Vessel(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】Science(11);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2006 — 2007; Recipients: Yock, Paul; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Biomedical Engineering - Innovation, Design and Entreneurship Alliance Meeting (Bme-Idea), Chicago, Illinois, October 11, 2006@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAAdam Gazzaley

UCSF
【Keywords】Modulation(0+14); Attention(0+12); Cognition(0+10); Aging(0+7); Disease(0+4); Memory(0+4); Working memory(0+3); Network Interaction(0+2); Sense(0+2); Neural network(0+2); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Age-related(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Vision(0+1); Episodic memory(0+1); Imagery(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); PFC(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】fMRI(0+4); EEG(0+3); TMS(0+2); MRI(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Neural Mechanisms of Attention and Memory
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJose A. Moron-Concepcion

WUSTL
【Keywords】Opiate(0+8); Receptor(4+3); Pain(0+3); Inflammatory pain(3+0); Dopamine(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTP(1+0); Development(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Addiction(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Form(0+1); Extinction(1+0); Motivation(0+1); Reward(0+1); Nucleus accumbens(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying opiate dependence
【Publications】JNS(3);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
George S. Portugal, Hannah E Frye, Hélène Beaudry, Amanda  Kathleen FakiraYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Moron-Concepcion, Jose A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Role of Sk2 Channels in Morphine Dependence@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.954Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGentry N. Patrick

UCSD
【Keywords】Synapse(0+8); AMPA receptor(0+4); Disease(0+3); Body(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Development(0+2); CNS(0+2); Trafficking(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Connection(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Spine(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Contrast(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+12); Microscopy(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAUmrao Monani

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(4+4); Motor Neuron(3+2); Amino acid(1+1); Neuromuscular(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Translation(1+0); Development(0+1); Axon(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Pediatric(0+1); Frequency(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(5+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(6+4); Model(7+1); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Pediatric Neurology; Neurobiology of Disease; Motor Neuron Disease; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2019; Recipients: Monani, Umrao; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Mechanisms & Treatment Strategies.@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAChi-Hon Lee

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Vision(15+4); Spectral(4+0); Receptor(2+1); Structure(3+0); Development(1+2); Dendrite(3+0); Neural Circuit(1+2); Photoreceptor(1+2); Color(2+1); Connection(1+2); Mutant(0+2); Axon(2+0); Amino acid(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); CNS(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); Visual motion(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Connectomics(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(25+1);
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Gene(1+2); Behavior(1+1); Channel(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(4); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(3); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
S. Lawrence ZipurskyPhuong Chung, Moyi Li, Michele Rodney, Jermaine Ross, Shuying Gao, Songling Huang, Thangavel Karuppudurai, Satish Kumar, Yan Li, Tzu-Yang Lin, Jiangnan Luo, Krishna Melnattur, Pushpanathan Muthuirulan, Lei Xu, Meiluen Yang, Shinichi Yonekura, Mingmin Zhou, Chun-Yuan TingAbhishek KulkarniYears: 2011 — 2018; Recipients: Lee, Chi-Hon; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Dendrite Development of Medulla Tm Neurons@ Child Health and Human Development; Matching Score: 1005773
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAEllen Kuhl

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

UW
【Keywords】Receptor(0+16); Regulation(0+8); Muscarinic(0+3); Signal transduction(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Transporter(0+1); Neuropeptide(0+1); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Temporal lobe(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Protein(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Developmental Neuroscience; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USALarry Maloney

NYU
【Keywords】Perception(0+1); Vision(0+1); Planning(0+1); Decision making(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Visual perception, decision making and movement planning
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADaniel Weinberger MD

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Cognition(0+5); Disorder(0+4); Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Schizophrenia(0+3); Neuroimaging(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+8); Model(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAkihiro Nishi

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

NYU
【Keywords】Navigation(3+1); Sense(2+0); Motor(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Perception(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Multisensory integration(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Memory(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(7+0); C. elegans(5+0);
【Methods】Optogenetics(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Odor guided navigation at the level of individual neurons
【Publications】Nature(2); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Nature Methods(3); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jene A. Golovchenko, Aravinthan SamuelYears: 2015; Recipients: Gershow, Marc Herman; Code: DP2; Title/Keywords: Dissecting Olfactory Decision Making Using Optical Neurophysiology@ New York University; Matching Score: 1002808Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMartin Sadowski

NYU
【Keywords】Development(2+1); Cell cycle(3+0); Disease(0+3); Aging(0+3); Finger(3+0); Transcription(2+0); Neurology(0+2); Therapeutics(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(1+1); Prion diseases(0+2); Metabolism(1+1); Amino acid(1+0); Structure(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Dementias(0+1); Morphology(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Pathological mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease and prion diseases
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001261Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAaron P. Blaisdell

UCLA
【Keywords】Cognition(0+4); Learning(0+2); Vision(0+1); Visual cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Rat(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USADrazen Prelec

MIT
【Keywords】Decision making(3+1); Neuroeconomics(2+1); Motivation(0+2); Development(0+1); Addiction(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Reward(0+1); Bayesian(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(4+3); Theory(2+2); fMRI(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neuroeconomics
【Publications】Science(4); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard J. Herrnstein, R Duncan LucePaymon Hosseini, Derek DunfieldYears: 2005 — 2009; Recipients: Prelec, Drazen; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Truth and Truthfulness: Experimental Tests of the Bayesian Truth Serum@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1020400Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAudrey (Ellerbee) Bowden

Stanford
【Keywords】Optical(4+0); Spectral(3+0); Membrane(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Structure(1+0); Object(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(6+0); In vivo(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001801Assoc Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAPaul Sternberg

CalTech
【Keywords】Development(4+0); Cell fate(2+0); Mating(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); Sense(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(12+0);
【Methods】Gene(10+0); Protein(2+0); Behavior(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(2); Cell(8); Neuron(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
H. Robert HorvitzMeghan S. Adams, Omer Durak, Chieh Chang, Thomas Clandinin, Linda Huang, Wen J. Chen, Minqin Wang, Chieh Chang, Yen K. Bui, Martha Kirouac, Hui Yu, David M. Goulet, Jolene S. Fernandes, Anusha Narayan, Oren N. Schaedel, Adler R. Dillman, Paul J. Minor, Margaret C.W. Ho, Bhagwati Gupta, Xian-Zhong Xu, David Sherwood, L. Ryan BaughYears: 2019; Recipients: Kato, Mihoko (co-PI) [⬀] Sternberg, Paul Warren; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Acetylcholine Receptors in Cell Migrationis@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1030295Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAGregory J. Zipfel

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(8+1); Hemorrhage(4+1); Cerebrovascular(3+1); Peptide(2+1); Disease(1+2); Ischemia(2+1); Transgenic(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Therapeutics(0+2); Brain injury(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); CNS(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Alzheimer's(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Tau(1+0); Injury(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Channel(1+0); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】Mechanisms and novel therapeutics for cerebral amyloid angiopathy and cerebral vasospasm
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ananth K. VellimanaYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Zipfel, Gregory J; Code: R25; Title/Keywords: Washington University Neurosurgery Resident Research Education Program@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1008385Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMin Dong

Harvard
【Keywords】Signal processing(9+0); Receptor(3+0); Vesicle(0+3); Development(1+1); Speech(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Genetically modify(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Axon(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); HIV(1+0); Infection(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Pain(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Engineering(0+1); A2(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1); Mouse(1+1); Rodent(0+1); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(6+0); Model(2+2); Protein(2+1); Gene(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of synaptic transmission and botulinum neurotoxins
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edwin R. ChapmanYears: 2013 — 2014; Recipients: Dong, Min; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Next Generation of Botulinum Neurotoxins With Enhanced Binding to Human Receptors@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1003139Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USALuis Marcos

NYU
【Keywords】Psychiatry(6+0); Language(2+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Special needs of the homeless mentally ill population
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NIH-NEI??Bethesda, MD, USARich Krauzlis

NIH-NEI
【Keywords】Vision(11+6); Eye Movement(10+4); Attention(3+1); Cognition(2+1); Perception(2+1); Visual motion(1+1); Motor control(0+2); Modulation(1+0); Structure(0+1); Oscillation(1+0); Sense(0+1); Object(0+1); Spatial attention(1+0); Motor(1+0); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(4+0); Primate(3+0); Human(2+0);
【Methods】Computation(2+1); Model(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Psychophysics(0+1); Computational Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stephen G. Lisberger, Frederick A. Miles, Robert H. WurtzChristopher D. Carello, Dorion Liston, Lee P. Lovejoy, Shaun Patrick Mahaffy, Samuel Uno Nummela, Leanne Chukoskie, Laurent Madelain, Ziad M. Hafed, Kristina J. Nielsen, James P. Herman, Lupeng Wang, Leor Katz, Gongchen Yu, Garth A. Fowler, Anushree KarkhanisLaurent GoffartYears: 2011 — 2012; Recipients: Callaway, Edward M (co-PI) [⬀] Krauzlis, Richard JReynolds, John H [⬀] ; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Optogenetic Tools to Selectively Activate Projection Neurons in Awake Primate@ Salk Institute For Biological Studies; Matching Score: 0.922006157
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAVittorio Sebastiano

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(8+2); Pluripotent stem cells(8+2); Reprogramming(4+0); Embryo(2+1); Self-renewal(2+0); Differentiation(1+1); Reproduction(2+0); CRISPR/Cas9(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Transporter(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Infection(1+0); Finger(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Timing(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(39+6); Human(18+1); Mouse(4+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); In vitro(2+0); Model(2+0); Virus(1+0); Cell culture(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(3); Nature Communications(2); Nature Methods(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005706Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJonathan Flint

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Disorder(2+3); Fragile X(4+1); Creativity(4+1); Development(2+2); Psychiatry(2+2); Cognition(3+1); Environment(1+2); Social(2+1); Neurology(1+1); Attention(2+0); Structure(0+1); Synchrony(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(1+0); Executive function(0+1); Concept(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Amygdala(1+0); limbic system(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(3+2); Behavior(0+4); fMRI(2+0); fNIRS(1+0); Model(0+1); Data analysis(1+0); Statistics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USADaniel L. Minor

UCSF
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+8); Membrane(0+2); Development(0+2); Cardiovascular(0+2); Machine(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+10); Protein(0+2); In vivo(0+2);
【Research】Structural and Mechanistic Studies of Ion Channels and Ion Channel Regulation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAGraeme Davis

UCSF
【Keywords】Homeostatic(0+8); Neural Circuit(0+5); Regulation(0+4); Development(0+4); Disease(0+4); Synapse formation(0+3); Synapse(0+3); Neural excitability(0+2); Modulation(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Signaling molecule(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Glia(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Sense(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Channel(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Synapse Formation, Growth and Plasticity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADennis D.M. O'Leary

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+2); Vision(0+2); Connection(0+2); Embryo(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Injury(0+1); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Reasoning(0+1); Motor cortex(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USADaniel Turnbull

NYU
【Keywords】Transgenic(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Microimaging of transgenic mice
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Abby E. Deans, Xin Yu, Cesar A. Berrios-Otero, Benjamin B. BartelleYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Turnbull, Daniel HZhang, Jiangyang [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Quantitative Imaging of Mouse Brain Development@ New York University School of Medicine; 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
Prof.
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USALeif Havton

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Neurology(6+0); Disease(4+0); Therapy(4+0); Imaging(4+0); Alzheimer's(3+0); Degeneration(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Huntington's disease(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Body(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Learning(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Semantic(1+0); Caudate(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(3+0); Behavior(3+0); MRI(2+0); PET(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAOded Gonen

NYU
【Keywords】Epilepsy(4+0); Metabolism(1+2); Development(0+2); Brain injury(1+1); Methodology(0+2); Imaging(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Aging(0+1); Biomarker(1+0); Sclerosis(0+1); Schizophrenia(1+0); Encoding(0+1); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(1+2); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and its applications to cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and psychiatric disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ivan I. Kirov, Daniel J. Rigotti, William E. WuYears: 2011; Recipients: Gonen, Oded; Code: R56; Title/Keywords: Serial Brain 3d 1h Mr Spectroscopy in Multiple Sclerosis.@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADragana Rogulja

Harvard
【Keywords】Sleep(2+13); Regulation(1+1); Plasticity(0+1); Proliferation(1+0); Cell cycle(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Perception(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Mating(1+0); Circadian(0+1); Circadian clock(1+0); Homeostatic(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(1+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Model(0+1);
【Research】The genetic and neural basis of sleep in Drosophila
【Publications】Cell(2); Curr Biol.(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kenneth D. Irvine, Michael W. YoungHannah Somhegyi, Bryan J. Song, Stephen Zhang, Michelle M. Frank, Zhihua Liu, Iris Titos Vivancos, Yossi Kaplan, Alexandra VaccaroYears: 2016; Recipients: Rogulja, Dragana; Code: DP2; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Arousal Threshold and Sleep Homeostasis@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAda Poon

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(2+1); APP(2+0); Frequency(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Body(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Optical(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Theory(3+1); Optogenetics(3+0); Channel(1+0); In vivo(1+0); MRI(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert W. BrodersenJohn Ho, Alexander YehYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Poon, Ada Shuk Yan; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Midfield Wireless Powering and Communication System For Deeply Implanted, Minuscule Sensors@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958003997Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAFrancesca Telese

UCSD
【Keywords】Environment(0+3); Development(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Disease(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Behavior(0+4); Model(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAHelen Scharfman

NYU
【Keywords】Dentate gyrus(4+0); Epilepsy(3+0); Neurology(3+0); Hippocampus(3+0); Neurogenesis(2+0); CA3(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Neuropeptide(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synchrony(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); CNS(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Mechanisms of neuronal excitability and plasticity and dysfunction in complex disorders
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John M. Sarvey, Phillip A. SchwartzkroinYair J. Ben-Efraim, Adrienn G. Varga, Korey Kam, Daniel P. McCloskey, Aine Mary DuffyJeffrey H. Goodman, Kevin G. BathYears: 2018; Recipients: Scharfman, Helen ESiegelbaum, Steven A [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Ca2 in Epilepsy and Social Comorbidity@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1013776Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMichelle L James

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(12+2); Neuroinflammation(5+0); Receptor(3+0); Disease(0+3); Alzheimer's disease(3+0); Stroke(2+1); Sclerosis(2+1); Pain(3+0); Translation(2+0); Tumor(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); Development(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Injury(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(8+0); Human(2+0); Monkey(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】PET(6+1); Model(7+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAdam Carter

NYU
【Keywords】Dendrite(4+0); Spine(4+0); PFC(4+0); Modulation(3+0); GABAB receptor(3+0); Glutamate(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Interneuron(2+0); mPFC(2+0); Amygdala(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Receptor(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); D1 receptor(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Translation(1+0); Autism(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Timing(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】Cellular neurophysiology
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(3); JNS(11);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wade G. Regehr, Bernardo L. SabatiniHannah Seong, Joseph J. Marlin, Laura M. McGarry, David Paul Collins, Xingchen Liu, Kasra Manoocheri, Emily Jang, Jason R. Chalifoux, Justin P. Little, Corey Baimel, Rudy Behnia, Andrew F. MacAskill, Paul  George Anastasiades, Samantha L. Scudder, Alice Berners-LeeYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Carter, Adam George; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Impact of Drugs of Abuse On Striatal Circuits@ New York University; Matching Score: 1002423Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARichard Axel

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

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

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(14+1); Disease(9+2); Alzheimer's disease(4+0); Sclerosis(1+1); Cognition(2+0); Body(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Aging(1+0); Tau(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Parkinson's(1+0); LRRK2(1+0); Dystonia(0+1); Schizophrenia(1+0); Memory(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(18+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John HardyRita Joao Guerreiro, Jennifer C. SchymickYears: 2018; Recipients: Singleton, Andrew; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Genetic Analysis of Non- Alzheimer's Disease Dementias@ Aging; Matching Score: 1068419
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAArthur P. Arnold

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USADavid A. Prober

CalTech
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+2); Sleep(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】Genetic and Neural Circuits that Regulate Sleep
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alexander SchierSuna Li, Daniel A Lee, Ulrich HergetYears: 2019; Recipients: Lois, Carlos (co-PI) [⬀] Prober, David Aaron; Code: R34; Title/Keywords: A Genetically Encoded Method to Trace Neuronal Circuits in the Zebrafish Brain@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMichael Nitabach

Yale
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+3); Decision making(0+3); Transgenic(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sleep(0+1); Energy metabolism(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+2); C. elegans(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Channel(0+2); Gene(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavior, Animal; Decision Making; Genetics; Ion Channels; Neuropeptides; Neurophysiology; Neurotoxins; Physiology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAGilbert Gallardo

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disease(1+4); Neurodegenerative disease(0+5); Tau(0+5); Tauopathies(0+4); Neurotoxicity(0+2); Inflammation(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Abeta(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neuroinflammation(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Neuroimaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+5); Biochemistry(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Understand the molecular mechanisms that regulate reactive astrocytes and their neurotoxicity in
neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, by utilizing a combination of biochemistry, molecular biology, cellular models of inflammation and mouse models of neurodegenerative diseases.
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAAntonio Rangel

CalTech
【Keywords】Decision making(4+1); Social(5+0); Cognition(2+1); OFC(3+0); Vision(2+0); PFC(2+0); mPFC(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Environment(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Motor(1+0); Learning(1+0); Attention(1+0); Social cognition(1+0); Appetitive(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Reward(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(5+0); MRI(0+1); Behavior(1+0); fMRI(0+1); TMS(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neuroeconomics
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(6); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Review(4); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
B. Douglas Bernheim, Alberto Alesina, Eric S. MaskinJonathan M. Malmaud, Shabnam Hakimi, Klaus Wunderlich, Nicolette (Nikki) J. Sullivan, Ian Krajbich, Cary D. Frydman, Vanessa Janowski, Alice Lin, Benjamin Bushong, Seung Lark Lim, Hilke Plassmann, Shih-Wei Wu, Damian Alexander StanleyYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Rangel, AntonioAdolphs, Ralph (co-PI) [⬀] O'doherty, John [⬀] Mobbs, Dean (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Mri: Acquisition of a High Performance 3t Magnetic Resonance System For High Resolution Human Brain Imaging@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1017210Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJerold Chun

UCSD
【Keywords】Receptor(0+2); Development(0+2); Embryo(0+2); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMichael Manookin

UW
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAWah Chiu

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(15+1); Dynamics(3+0); Membrane(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Signal transduction(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Machine(0+1); S1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Virus(4+1); Model(4+0); Protein(2+1); Gene(1+0); Channel(1+0); In vitro(1+0); MRI(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(2); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
027239Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASophie Sokolow

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Therapeutics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+2); Gene(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAEllen A. Lumpkin

Columbia
【Keywords】Touch(4+8); Receptor(1+4); Sense(1+3); Somatosensory(2+1); Ion Channel(1+1); CA2(2+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Development(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Object(0+1); Itch(1+0); Pain(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Biophysics/ion Channels; Synapses and Circuits; Cell Specification and Differentiation ; Mechanosensory Transduction in Mammalian Touch Receptors;
【Publications】Nature(2); PNAS(2); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
A. James Hudspeth, Jonathon HowardCorey M. Webster, Aislyn M. Nelson, Blair Jenkins, Rachel C. Clary, Henry Haeberle, Scott A. Wellnitz, Kara L. MarshallDavid JuliusYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Gerling, Gregory John [⬀] Lumpkin, Ellen A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Crcns: Neural Representations of Object Compliance in the Periphery@ University of Virginia; Matching Score: 0.954Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMel Feany

Harvard
【Keywords】Disease(5+5); Parkinson's disease(2+4); Tau(5+0); Dysfunction(3+1); Alpha-synuclein(1+3); Disorder(0+3); Neurotoxicity(3+0); Glia(1+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+1); Body(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Neuroprotective(1+0); Tauopathies(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Form(1+0); Stress(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(3+2); Human(0+4);
【Methods】Model(3+6); Gene(1+4); In vivo(3+0); Protein(1+1); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Genetics of neurodegenerative disease
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(5); Nature Communications(2); Curr Biol.(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Kathleen M. Buckley, Welcome BenderAntoine Duquette, Dalila G. Ordonez, Vikram Khurana, Ilan Elson-Schwab, Eirene Kontopoulos, Kenneth J. Colodner, Brian M. DuBoff, Kelly M. Lohr, Farah H. Bardai, Adwitia Dey, Bess FrostYears: 2018; Recipients: Feany, Mel B; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Functional Analysis of Glia in Tauopathy@ Brigham and Women's Hospital; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJames W. Bisley

UCLA
【Keywords】Spatial attention(0+1); Somatosensory(0+1); Memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJeffrey Holt

Harvard
【Keywords】Hair cell(22+4); Sense(4+4); Vestibular(7+1); Auditory(5+2); Ion Channel(5+1); Development(4+2); Therapy(5+1); Adaptation(4+1); Disorder(2+2); Dysfunction(1+2); Imaging(1+2); Receptor(1+1); Acquisition(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Structure(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Disease(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(11+0); Stem Cell(5+0); Human(2+1);
【Methods】Gene(9+3); Model(3+0); Channel(2+0); In vivo(2+0); Protein(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Transduction in Hair Cells of the Mammalian Inner Ear
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ruth Anne Eatock, David P. CoreyMichaela Levin, Ye Hyun Kim, Jessica R. Risner, Eric A. Stauffer, Geoffrey C. Horwitz, Charles Askew, Xiao Ping LiuYears: 2001 — 2011; Recipients: Holt, Jeffrey R; Code: R01R56Activity Code Description:To provide limited interim research support based on the merit of a pending R01 application while applicant gathers additional data to revise a new or competing renewal application. This grant will underwrite highly meritorious applications that if given the opportunity to revise their application could meet IC recommended standards and would be missed opportunities if not funded. Interim funded ends when the applicant succeeds in obtaining an R01 or other competing award built on the R56 grant. These awards are not renewable.; Title/Keywords: Ion Channel Function in Auditory &Vestibular Hair Cells@ University of Virginia Charlottesville; Matching Score: 0.957005059Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAnders M. Dale

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Imaging(0+4); Structure(0+2); Optical imaging(0+2); Disease(0+1); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Huntington's disease(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+2); fMRI(0+2); MEG(0+2); Model(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); EEG(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USABinhai Zheng

UCSD
【Keywords】Regeneration(0+3); CNS(0+3); Axon(0+3); Development(0+2); Spinal Cord Injury(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Imaging(0+1); White matter(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USATodd Braver

WUSTL
【Keywords】Cognition(13+13); Cognitive Control(8+9); PFC(8+2); Working memory(7+1); Schizophrenia(2+2); Cingulate cortex(4+0); ACC(4+0); Dopamine(1+1); Aging(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+2); Attention(1+1); Intelligence(2+0); Emotion(1+1); Neuromodulation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Perception(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Memory(1+0); Consciousness(0+1); Concept(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+1);
【Methods】Computation(2+2); Behavior(0+2); Model(1+1); MRI(1+0); fMRI(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Studies of cognitive (executive) control and prefrontal cortex function using cognitive neuroscience methods (fMRI, computational, behavioral, clinical)
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jonathan D. CohenTakuya Ito, Bruna S. Martins, Jordan L. Livingston, Lauren M. Patrick, Adam C. Savine, John Andrew Westbrook, Debbie M. Yee, Beth A. Keys, Gregory C. Burgess, Jeremy R. Reynolds, Hannah S. Locke, Tal Yarkoni, Jessica Paxton, Kimberly S. Chiew, Joshua W. Brown, Jeremy R. Gray, Alexandre Schaefer, Jordan A. Taylor, Michael W. ColeDeanna M. BarchYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Braver, ToddChing, Shinung [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Ncs-Fo: Modeling Individual Differences in Cognitive Control as Variation in Neural Activation Trajectories@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915043843Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJan-Marino (Nino) Ramirez

UW
【Keywords】Respiratory(0+16); Development(0+6); Receptor(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Calcium channel(0+2); Chloride(0+2); Structure(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+2); Rhythm(0+2); Epilepsy(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Rett Syndrome(0+2); Hypoxia(0+2); Tumor(0+2); Motor(0+2); Respiratory control(0+2); Respiratory rhythm(0+2); Context(0+2); Sleep(0+2); Neural network(0+2);
【Models】Mouse(0+6); Rat(0+2);
【Methods】Channel(0+4); In vitro(0+4); Cell culture(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDCR??Bethesda, MD, USANicholas Ryba

NIH-NIDCR
【Keywords】Taste(14+10); Receptor(7+6); Sense(1+2); Knockin(1+0); Amino acid(0+1); Seizure(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Modality(0+1); Aversive(1+0); Innate behavior(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(11); Science(2); Cell(5); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAStanley N Cohen

Stanford
【Keywords】Transcription(2+1); Disease(0+3); Modulation(2+0); Environment(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Ataxias(0+1); Infection(1+0); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+1); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+1); Protein(3+0); Virus(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(2); PNAS(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAEain M. Cornford

UCLA
【Keywords】Transporter(0+4); Metabolism(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Blood flow(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+3); Protein(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USASandeep Robert Datta

Harvard
【Keywords】Olfaction(7+2); Development(5+1); Disorder(2+3); Schizophrenia(4+0); Neural Circuit(2+2); Disease(0+3); Sense(2+1); Environment(0+2); Bipolar(2+0); Stress(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Optical(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Calcium channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Glia(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Autism(0+1); Neuroprotective(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Body(0+1); Motor(0+1); Associative learning(0+1); Language(0+1); Inference(1+0); Motivation(0+1); Innate behavior(0+1); Machine learning(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+1); Drosophila(4+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+2); Behavior(4+2); Protein(2+0); Computation(1+1); Channel(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Functional and Behavioral Interrogation of Neural Circuits in the Mammalian Olfactory System
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael E. Greenberg, Bernardo L. Sabatini, Richard AxelRalph Emilio Peterson, Victory T. Joseph, Maria L. Bloom, Alexandra Nowlan, Francis Kei Masuda, Alex B. Wiltschko, Stan Pashkovski, Taralyn M. Tan, Maria L. Bloom, David H Brann, Rockwell R Anyoha, Winthrop F Gillis, Slater Sharp, Daniel  M. Bear, Giuliano Iurilli, Paul L. Greer, Andrew J. Giessel, Tatsuya Tsukahara, Jeffrey E. Markowitz, Sara OnvaniStephen D. Liberles022941Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAThomas M. Jessell

Columbia
【Keywords】Motor Neuron(4+12); Sense(2+6); Transcription(1+5); Motor(0+4); Connection(1+3); Axon(0+2); Interneuron(0+2); Muscle(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Development(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Form(0+1); Face recognition(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Motor Systems; Synapses and Circuits; Axon Pathfinding and Synaptogenesis; Stem Cell Biology; Neurogenetics; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(4); Neuron(4);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Genetics(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Leslie Iversen, Gerald FischbachJonathan Lin, Tim Machado, Amy L. Norovich, Yutaka Yoshida, Claire L Warriner, Dan  P. Felsenfeld, Christopher Maged William, Dritan Agalliu, Albert I. Chen, Natalia V. De Marco Garcia, Elena Y. Demireva, J. Nicholas Betley, Gulsen Surmeli, Andrew JP Fink, Jeremy S. Dasen, Joriene de Nooij, Jane Dodd, Sara J. Fenstermacher, Craig E. Jahr, Julia A. Kaltschmidt, Artur Kania, Andrew Miri, Andrew J Murray, Bennett Novitch, Stephen Price, Henk Roelink, Shanthini Sockanathan, Hynek Wichterle, Anders M. Nelson, Domna Karagogeos, Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Avihu Klar, Toshiya Yamada, Samuel L. Pfaff, Yasuto Tanabe, Andreas H Kottmann, Johan Ericson, Kevin J. Lee, Silvia Arber, James Briscoe, Alessandra Pierani, Adam W. Hantman, Niccolo Zampieri, Eiman Azim, Kevin FidelinAlessio Delogu, Gareth B. Miles, Piers Christopher EmsonYears: 2017; Recipients: Costa, Rui M.Jessell, Thomas M.; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Computational and Circuit Mechanisms Underlying Motor Control@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADaniel Salzman

Columbia
【Keywords】Amygdala(8+7); Emotion(0+13); Learning(1+6); Sense(0+5); Vision(2+1); OFC(1+2); Aversive(2+0); Reward(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Spatial attention(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Context(1+0); Decision making(0+1); PFC(1+0); V4(1+0);
【Models】Primate(4+1); Monkey(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(1+5); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(3); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKevin Wang

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

NIH-NHGRI
【Keywords】Disease(6+0); Differentiation(3+0); Mutant(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Stem Cell(3+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+0); Model(6+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANiranjala J.K. Tillakaratne

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(32+5); Pediatric(8+1); Fear(7+2); Neuroimaging(1+1); Anesthesia(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Headache(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Musculoskeletal pain(1+0); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Reconsolidation(0+1); Extinction(0+1); Context(0+1); Decision making(1+0); Social(0+1); Art(1+0); Reward(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3); Neuroscience And Biobehavioral Reviews(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKenneth Carr

NYU
【Keywords】Learning(2+0); Language(2+0); Addiction(0+1); Sense(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Mathematics(15+0); Behavior(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of ingestive behavior and drug addiction
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edgar E. Coons, Eric  J. SimonSasha N Cervantes, Catherine Woods, Sandra L. Haberny, Joy Hao, Melissa  A. Stouffer, Danielle ZhengYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Carr, Kenneth D; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Food Restriction, Ampa Receptor Trafficking, and Binge Eating@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.958000099Prof.
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
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAH-S Philip Wong

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAElisabeth Glowatzki

JHU
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+23); Auditory(0+16); Synaptic Transmission(0+7); Glutamate(0+5); Synapse(0+5); Vestibular(0+3); Transporter(0+2); Modulation(0+2); Vesicle(0+2); Development(0+2); Knowledge(0+2); AMPA receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Perception(0+1); Form(0+1); Morphology(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Stem Cell(0+2); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+3); Model(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAAmar Sahay

Harvard
【Keywords】Neurogenesis(17+1); Dentate gyrus(7+1); Memory(3+2); Fear(4+0); Stress(4+0); Receptor(3+0); Plasticity(0+3); Aging(3+0); Anxiety(3+0); Depression(3+0); Neural Circuit(3+0); Social(3+0); Development(1+1); Regeneration(2+0); Axon guidance(2+0); Dendrite(2+0); Spine(2+0); Disease(0+2); Disorder(1+1); Neuroprotective(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Injury(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Olfaction(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Hippocampus(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); CNS(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Age-related(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Sense(1+0); Motor(1+0); Social memory(0+1); limbic system(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(5+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(4+0); Behavior(1+1); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); DBS(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Hippocampal circuit and plasticity mechanisms underlying memory processing and regulation of mood
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David D. Ginty, Alex Kolodkin, René HenSreyan Chowdhury, Duong T. Chu, Antoine Besnard, Travis D. GoodeYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Sahay, Amar; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Contributions of Hippocampal Oxytocin Receptors to Social Recognition@ Massachusetts General Hospital; Matching Score: 0.913004998Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASusan K McConnell

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(12+2); Neurogenesis(3+0); Differentiation(3+0); Connection(1+2); Receptor(2+0); Axon(2+0); Sense(2+0); Neurotrophin(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Autism(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Vision(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Spatial learning(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+0); Protein(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(6); PNAS(2); Cerebral Cortex(7);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Simon LeVay, Carla J. ShatzAnjen Chenn, George Vidal, Anthony D. Hill, Monica Hayhurst, Laura Rose Schaevitz, Sandra Lauren Wilson, Bin Chen, Jean HébertYears: 2004; Recipients: Mcconnell, Susan K; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Identifying Brain Wiring Mechanisms by Gene Trapping@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1015309Prof.
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】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAXian-Jie Yang

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Disease(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Neural differentiation(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Retina(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMartin Chalfie

Columbia
【Keywords】Touch(2+13); Receptor(1+4); Development(0+4); Differentiation(0+4); Structure(0+2); Sense(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Modality(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(6+2);
【Methods】Gene(2+3); Channel(2+1); Protein(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neurogenetics; Cell Specification and Differentiation; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert L. Perlman, Sydney BrennerLeslie B. Vosshall, Yun Zhang, Mingxia Huang, Jaime García-Añoveros, Anne Duggan, Ji Wu, Glen G. Ernstrom, Lesley R. Emtage, Shifang Zhang, Robert O'Hagan, Andrea Calixto, Siavash Karimzadegan, John E. Kratz, Charles C. Keller, Xiaoyin Chen, Guy Caldwell, Monica Driscoll, Emalick G. Njie, Ameer N. Thompson, Miriam B. Goodman, Brian A. CoblitzYears: 2014; Recipients: Chalfie, Martin; Code: R13; Title/Keywords: Society For Developmental Biology Annual Meetings 2014-2018@ Society For Developmental Biology; Matching Score: 0.907Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USABarbara Ehrlich

Yale
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Calcium; Polycystic Kidney Diseases; Pharmacology; Physiology; Hermeneutics.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARandy Bruno

Columbia
【Keywords】Sense(2+3); Imaging(3+1); Dopamine(3+0); Synapse(2+1); Somatosensory(3+0); Barrel cortex(2+1); Synchrony(2+0); Sensory experience(2+0); Dendrite(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Touch(0+2); Attention(2+0); Neural network(1+1); Thalamus(2+0); Structure(1+0); Axon(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Taste(0+1); Planning(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Working memory(0+1); S1(1+0);
【Models】Rat(8+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(3+1); Model(2+1); In vitro(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Theoretical Neuroscience; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Science(2); Neuron(3); JNS(3); Cerebral Cortex(4);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Brain Research Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel J. Simons, Bert SakmannCarl Edward Schoonover, Christine M. Constantinople, Alejandro Ramirez-Vallejo, Wanying Zhang, Y. Kate HongYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Bruno, Randy M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Behavioral Functions of Upper and Lower Cortical Layers@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1003996Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMartina Wiedau-Pazos

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USACarlos Portera-Cailliau

UCLA
【Keywords】Neurology(0+2); Development(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(0+1); Fragile X(0+1); Sense(0+1); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAS. Thomas Carmichael

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

NYU
【Keywords】Development(9+1); Structure(2+0); Cell fate(2+0); Vision(1+1); Photoreceptor(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Color(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(7+0);
【Methods】Gene(5+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】Pattern formation and development of the visual system
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(8); Nature Methods(2); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Pat H. O'FarrellHernán López-Schier, Alan Carleton, Mathias Wernet, Jeremy A Lynch, Esteban O. Mazzoni, Tamara Mikeladze-Dvali, Eugenia C. Olesnicky, David M. Jukam, Hui-Yi Hsiao, Zhenqing Chen, Nathalie Neriec, Rudy Behnia, Jiangnan Luo, Filipe Pinto-Teixeira, Jens Rister, Alberto del Valle Rodríguez, Bertrand Mollereau, Arzu Celik, Simon G. Sprecher, Michael W PerryYears: 2018; Recipients: Desplan, ClaudeReinberg, Danny [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Aging and Rejuvenation: An Ant Model to Study the Regulation of Longevity@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1012852Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USACory Miller

UCSD
【Keywords】Environment(0+1); Context(0+1); Social(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USASteven E. Petersen

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(1+1); Attention(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Vision(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Executive control(0+1); Language(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】fMRI(1+3); MRI(1+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral and fMRI studies of attention and cognitive development
【Publications】JNS(1); PNAS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John M. Allman, David L. RobinsonRandy L. Buckner, Julie A. Fiez, Timothy O. Laumann, Haoxin Sun, Alecia C. Vogel, Jeff G. Ojemann, Hanneke van Mier, William M. Kelley, Erica D. Palmer, Kristina M. Visscher, Hyunseon Christine Kang, Timothy T. Brown, Nico UF Dosenbach, Kristin K. Wenger, Steven M. Nelson, Alexander Li Cohen, Joseph W. Dubis, Jonathan D. Power, Evan M. Gordon, Maital Neta, Howard Rosen, Bradley L. Schlaggar, Gagan S. Wig, Caterina Gratton, Maurizio Corbetta, Adina Roskies, E Darcy Burgund, Mark E. WheelerMark E. Wheeler, Michael S. GaffreyYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Petersen, Steven E.; Code: U54; Title/Keywords: Core D - Developmental Neuroimaging Core@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJames Zou

Stanford
【Keywords】HIV(2+0); Learning(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Development(1+0); Environment(1+0); Branching(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Infection(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Artificial intelligence(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Virus(3+0); Protein(2+0); Model(2+0); Theory(1+0); Data analysis(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(1); Nature Communications(2); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
006649Assist 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
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMaria S. Remedi

WUSTL
【Keywords】Metabolism(6+2); Cell cycle(3+0); Therapy(3+0); Transgenic(2+0); Proliferation(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Gap junction(1+0); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Channelopathies(1+0); HIV(1+0); Muscle(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(7+0); Human(2+1); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Model(2+0); Gene(1+0); Channel(1+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Channels: diabetes, obesity and brain disorders
【Publications】Cell(10); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001727Assist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAStephen Hauser

UCSF
【Keywords】Demyelinating(0+3); Neuroimmunology(0+2); Membrane(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(0+1); MRI(0+1);
【Research】Neurogenetics and Neuroimmunology of Demyelinating Diseases
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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, USAGuoping Fan

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Reprogramming(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJennifer Stone

UW
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+10); Receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Sense(0+1); Form(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Vestibular(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAlban Latremoliere

JHU
【Keywords】Pain(0+17); Sleep(0+9); Neuropathic pain(0+4); Transgenic(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Disease(0+1); Injury(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Analgesics(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Behavior(0+3); Pharmacology(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); EEG(0+1); Optogenetics(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, USAMelissa Scala

Stanford
【Keywords】Therapy(1+0); Infection(1+0); Perinatal(1+0); Pediatric(1+0);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
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
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
NYU015028New York, NY, USASusan Waltzman

NYU
【Keywords】Auditory(3+3); Pediatric(3+0); Modulation(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Improving auditory function in the hearing impaired
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMutsuyuki Sugimori

NYU
【Keywords】Dendrite(1+4); Synapse(2+0); Tau(2+0); Muscle(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Calcium channel(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Axon(0+1); Spine(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Energy metabolism(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Ionic mechanism of the cerebellar Purkinje cell
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAShanthini Sockanathan

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+4); Development(0+3); Glial differentiation(0+3); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Membrane(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Glia(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Axon(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Injury(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGabriel A. Silva

UCSD
【Keywords】Object(0+3); Neural network(0+3); Engineering(0+3); Astrocyte(0+2); Development(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Connection(0+2); Structure(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Retina(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning(0+1); Context(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Theory(0+4); Computation(0+3); Model(0+3); Behavior(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Clinical; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMark Jacquin

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(3+2); Sense(0+2); Knockout(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Injury(0+1); Face(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms of mammalian sensory system development, plasticity and repair
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAShafali Spurling Jeste

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMichela Fagiolini

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(20+1); Plasticity(9+2); Development(6+3); Visual cortex(7+0); Receptor(4+0); Sense(4+0); MeCP2(2+1); GABA(3+0); Psychiatry(3+0); Autism(2+1); Rett Syndrome(3+0); Regulation(2+0); NMDA receptor(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Sensory experience(2+0); Disorder(1+1); Multisensory integration(2+0); V1(2+0); Insular cortex(2+0); VIP neuron(1+0); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); Axon(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Pain(1+0); Motor(1+0); Timing(0+1); Social(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(9+0); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); Electrophysiology(1+1); Model(1+1); Gene(1+0); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Experience-Dependent Neuronal Circuit Maturation and Plasticity
【Publications】JNS(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael P. StrykerPatricia Nora Awad, Judy CG SngYears: 2016; Recipients: Chen, ChinfeiFagiolini, Michela; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Visual Circuit Regression and Its Recue in Rtt Mouse Models - Administrative Supplement@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.969009768Assoc Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAQuan Dong Nguyen

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJohn M Pauly

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(17+0); Body(3+0); Learning(3+0); Neural network(2+0); Translation(1+0); Development(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Concept(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(12+0); PET(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADavid Ginty

Harvard
【Keywords】Touch(5+6); Receptor(5+1); Transcription(6+0); Sense(3+3); Development(2+3); Regulation(3+0); Membrane(2+0); Plasticity(0+2); Synapse(1+1); Dysfunction(1+1); Neural Circuit(0+2); Neurotrophin(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Structure(1+0); Glia(0+1); Axon growth(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Axon(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Autism(0+1); Perception(0+1); Self-motion(1+0); Body(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1); Pain(1+0); Neuropathic pain(0+1); Circadian clock(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); Internal capsule(1+0); Suprachiasmatic nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+3);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); Behavior(3+1); Protein(2+0); Model(1+1); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】The functional organization of neural circuits underlying the perception of touch
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2);
【Reviews】Review(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edward R. Seidel, Michael E. Greenberg, John WagnerSreyan Chowdhury, Christopher M. Davenport, Alexis Andrie Toliver, Brian A. Pierchala, Yang Zheng, Nicole L. Neubarth, Mark W. Springel, Qiyu Zhang, Erica G. Rowe Urquhart, Sohyun Ahn, Andrew A. Pieper, Xiaozhong Qian, Haihong Ye, Amar Sahay, Bonnie E. Lonze, Larry Zweifel, Natalia O. Glebova, Janna Merte, Sasrutha R. Wickramasinghe, Coryse St. Hillaire, Michael Rutlin, Caitlin Engelhard, Lishi Li, Ling Bai, Victoria E. Abraira, Chenghua Gu, Rejji Kuruvilla, Brendan Peltonen Lehnert, Kevin M. Wright, Qingguang Jiang, Amanda L. Zimmerman, Alan J. Emanuel, Shan Meltzer, Christopher D. Deppmann, Wenqin LuoYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Ginty, David D; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: Elucidating Cutaneous Mechanosensory Circuits, From Development to Disease@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1025521Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALes Dorfman

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJian Yang

Columbia
【Keywords】CA2(11+0); Disease(0+8); TRP channel(0+5); Regulation(2+1); Ion Channel(1+2); Calcium channel(2+1); Potassium channel(3+0); Membrane(0+3); Receptor(1+1); Structure(1+1); Muscle(0+2); Temperature(0+2); Cardiovascular(0+2); Modulation(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Autism(0+1); Channelopathies(1+0); Pain(0+1); Migraine(0+1); Touch(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Taste(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(10+1); Protein(2+0); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(6); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Physiological Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bertil Hille, Richard W. Tsien, Stephen D. Roper, Lily Y. JanJoel D. Mainland, Carl Edward Schoonover, Li Wu, Cheng Xie, MingMing Fan, Christina A. Doyle, Kathryn A. Henckels, Yong YuYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Yang, Jian ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Molecular Physiology of Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated Channels@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.554005100Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKeren Haroush

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(1+3); Disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Vision(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Multisensory(1+0); Attention(1+0); Decision making(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Shaul HochsteinAssist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJennifer Bruno

Stanford
【Keywords】Fragile X(7+1); Cognition(4+2); Development(2+3); Disorder(2+1); Developmental Disorder(1+2); Transplantation(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Connectomics(2+0); Disease(1+0); Autism(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Face(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Motor(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); fNIRS(1+2); Behavior(1+1);
【Research】
【Publications】PNAS(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Frank R. ManisOther
MIT005002Boston, MA, USATomaso Poggio

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(5+1); Learning(4+1); Object(3+1); Intelligence(2+2); Machine(4+0); Knowledge(0+3); Regularization(3+0); Object recognition(2+0); Speech(2+0); Convolutional Neural Network(2+0); Tumor(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Form(0+1); Face(1+0); Face recognition(1+0); Memory(0+1); Social(0+1); Concept(0+1); Reasoning(0+1); Machine learning(1+0); Artificial intelligence(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Signal processing(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Computation(6+8); Model(1+7); Theory(3+1); Mathematics(3+1); Gene(2+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Computational Neuroscience
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Antonio Borsellino, David Marr, Werner ReichardtG. Rodrigo Sigala A., Angela J. Yu, Nikon A. Rasumov, Luke Arend, Theodoros Evgeniou, Lyle J. GRAHAM, Leyla Isik, Pawan Sinha, Stanley Michael Bileschi, Christof Koch, Anya Hurlbert, Thomas M. Breuel, Partha Niyogi, Max Riesenhuber, Sayan Mukherjee, Gene W. Yeo, Charles F. Cadieu, Alexander Rakhlin, Sanmay Das, Thomas Serre, Ethan Meyers, Ulf Knoblich, Cheston Tan, Joel Z. Leibo, Heinrich H. Buelthoff, Martin A. Giese, Gabriel Kreiman, Lorenzo Rosasco, Alessandro Verri, Daphna Weinshall, Thomas Serre, Christof Koch, Andrew Parker, Hanspeter A. Mallot, Shimon Edelman, Davide Zoccolan, Sang Wan Lee, Tony Ezzat, Minjoon Kouhmark Stephen Alfano, Francis Harry Compton Crick, Robert Desimone, Manfred Fahle, David J. Freedman, Nikos K. Logothetis, Stephen Smale, Vincent Torre, Shimon Ullman, Alessandro Verri, Chou P. Hung, David L. Sheinberg, Dirk B. WaltherYears: 2013 — 2018; Recipients: Poggio, TomasoWilson, Matthew (co-PI) [⬀] Kreiman, Gabriel (co-PI) [⬀] Mahadevan, LakshminarayanaHirsh, Haym (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: A Center For Brains, Minds and Machines: the Science and the Technology of Intelligence@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.915107021Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALawrence Recht

Stanford
【Keywords】Tumor(4+0); Imaging(3+0); Development(1+1); Neurology(2+0); Neuro-oncology(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Neural differentiation(0+1); CNS(1+0); Embryo(0+1); Disease(1+0); Blood flow(1+0);
【Models】Rodent(2+1); Rat(2+0); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Model(2+3); Protein(2+0); In vivo(1+0); MRI(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Recht, Lawrence D; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Protocol Review and Monitoring System (Core-014)@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAThomas P. Burris

WUSTL
【Keywords】Receptor(12+4); Metabolism(6+4); Regulation(3+3); Disease(0+4); Circadian(3+1); Muscle(2+1); Differentiation(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Transporter(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Rhythm(0+1); Energy homeostasis(1+0); Tau(1+0); Inflammation(0+1); Hormone(1+0); Steroid(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Pharmacology(8+1); Gene(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Pharmacology and chemical biology of nuclear receptors.
【Publications】Nature(4); Cell(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Drug Discovery(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013360Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMarion S Buckwalter

Stanford
【Keywords】Stroke(15+7); Neuroinflammation(7+0); Inflammation(5+1); Cognition(5+0); Microglia(4+0); Disease(4+0); Glia(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Glycine receptor(2+0); Epilepsy(2+0); Synaptogenesis(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Aging(2+0); Alzheimer's(2+0); Infection(2+0); Neuroimmunology(2+0); Structure(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); CNS(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Depression(1+0); Learning(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(13+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(6+0); Gene(3+0); Protein(2+0); In vivo(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tony Wyss-CorayEgle Cekanaviciute, Kereshmeh Taravosh-Lahn, Todd C. Peterson, Alexis R. HowertonYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Buckwalter, Marion S; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Spleen Glia in Autonomic Regulation of Immunity@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002750Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASlav Bagriantsev

Yale
【Keywords】Sense(0+4); Receptor(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Touch(0+2); Potassium channel(0+1); Sodium channel(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+3); Biochemistry(0+2); Biophysics(0+2);
【Research】Biochemistry; Biophysics; Ducks; Electrophysiology; Ion Channels; Mechanoreceptors; Neurosciences; Pacinian Corpuscles; Sensory Receptor Cells; Trigeminal Ganglion; Thermoreceptors; Potassium Channels; Anseriformes; Transient Receptor Potential Channels; Voltage-Gated Sodium Channels.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USALaurie Brotman

NYU
【Keywords】Development(5+0); Psychiatry(5+0); Aggression(4+0); Emotion(3+0); Social behavior(3+0); Pediatric(1+1); Disorder(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Gait(1+0); Context(1+0); Attention(1+0); Social(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Reward(1+0); Neuroendocrine(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(8+0);
【Research】Preventing negative outcomes in high-risk pediatric populations
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005460Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADavid Paul

Harvard
【Keywords】Gap junction(8+6); Astrocyte(3+0); Knowledge(3+0); Electrical synapse(0+2); Glia(0+2); Disease(1+1); Demyelinating(0+2); Transgenic(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Signal transduction(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Structure(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Development(0+1); Embryology(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Depression(1+0); Retina(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Form(1+0); Body(1+0); Social(1+0); Encoding(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+0); Biochemistry(2+0); Anatomy(1+1); Gene(1+0); Channel(0+1); Psychophysics(0+1); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】Intercellular Communication
【Publications】Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Review(6); Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology(1); Annual Review Of Biochemistry(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel A. GoodenoughMichael R. Deans, Bruce M. AltevogtYears: 2010 — 2011; Recipients: Paul, David L; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Connexin Molecular Biology in the Lens and Ciliary Epithelium@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1095451Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USALindy McBride

Princeton
【Keywords】Form(0+3); Structure(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1); Body(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); Gene(0+3); Virus(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAChristine Constantinople

NYU
【Keywords】Decision making(0+1);
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【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.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAVictor Navarro

Harvard
【Keywords】Learning(7+0); Hypothalamus(1+5); Injury(5+0); Reproduction(2+2); Metabolism(1+3); Cognition(3+0); Vision(3+0); Neurotransmitter(0+2); Cytokine(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Acquisition(2+0); Extinction(2+0); Attention(1+1); Concept(2+0); Fear(2+0); Neuroendocrine(1+1); Hormone(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Receptor(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Perinatal(0+1); Perception(1+0); Category(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Steroid(0+1); Amygdala(1+0); Arcuate nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Human(3+1); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Behavior(3+0); In vivo(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neuroendocrine control of reproductive function and metabolism
【Publications】JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000073Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAMohamed Farah

JHU
【Keywords】Regeneration(0+12); Axon(0+11); Disease(0+6); Motor(0+5); Motor Neuron(0+4); Muscle(0+4); Degeneration(0+3); Injury(0+2); Receptor(0+1); APP(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Body(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Rodent(0+4); Human(0+3);
【Methods】Model(0+4); Gene(0+3); Pharmacology(0+3); Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAChristina Gremel

UCSD
【Keywords】Decision making(0+3); Development(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAKristina Simonyan

Harvard
【Keywords】Speech(6+9); Dystonia(8+3); Motor(4+1); Parkinson's disease(2+2); Imaging(1+3); Motor cortex(3+1); Dopamine(3+0); Movement disorder(0+3); Language(1+2); Development(0+2); CNS(2+0); Disorder(1+1); Cognition(1+1); Sense(2+0); Neural network(1+1); Neuroimaging(1+1); Basal ganglia(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Somatosensory(1+0); Motor control(0+1); Execution(0+1); Context(0+1); Intention(0+1); Attention(0+1); Knowledge(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Reinforcement learning(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0); Connection(1+0); S1(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(9+2); Monkey(3+0); Rat(1+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+2); fMRI(2+0); TMS(2+0); Gene(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0); PET(1+0); Computation(0+1); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Speech Motor Control
【Publications】
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002203Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASuzanne Tharin

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(1+8); Spine(5+0); Spinal Cord Injury(0+5); Differentiation(1+1); Regeneration(0+2); Axon(2+0); Motor Neuron(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Presynaptic organization(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Timing(1+0); Motivation(0+1); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jeffrey D. MacklisAssist Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAYang Sun

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(7+0); Disease(2+2); Development(1+1); Proliferation(2+0); Cell cycle(2+0); Regeneration(2+0); CNS(2+0); Axon(2+0); Inflammation(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Retina(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+1); Mouse(4+0); Rat(1+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(5+0); Model(2+1); Protein(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jie Sui009159Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJack L. Feldman

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAClaire Le Pichon

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Olfaction(5+0); LRRK2(4+0); Disease(1+2); Development(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(1+1); Knockout(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Axon(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Tau(1+0); Injury(1+0); Somatosensory(1+0); Motor(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Protein(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】Unit on the Development of Neurodegeneration
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stuart FiresteinLi Chen, Jorge Gomez-Deza
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAsif Ghazanfar

Princeton
【Keywords】Development(5+5); Multisensory integration(4+0); Cognition(3+0); Dynamics(3+0); Sense(2+0); Face(2+0); Body(0+2); Learning(2+0); Social(2+0); Speech(2+0); Auditory cortex(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Perception(1+0); Vision(1+0); Touch(1+0); Biomechanics(0+1); Context(0+1); Social communication(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(14+1); Marmoset(4+1); Human(2+1); Primate(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+2); Computation(2+1); Model(1+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(4); JNS(2); Curr Biol.(5); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Matthew Grober, Miguel A. Nicolelis, Nikos K. LogothetisDiana A. Liao, Joost X. Maier, Chandramouli Chandrasekaran, Hjalmar K. Turesson, Marco Lanzilotto, Ipek G. Kulahci, Darshana Narayanan, Jeremy I. Borjon, Daniel  Yasumasa Takahashi, Yisi Zhang, Morgan L. Gustison, Luis Lemus, Stephen V. ShepherdYears: 2018; Recipients: Ghazanfar, Asif; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Social Neurobiology of Vocal Production and Perception@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.915009091Prof.
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADaniel Gibbs

UCSD
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+5); Environment(0+2); Axon(0+2); Cell therapy(0+2); Injury(0+2); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); CNS(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Neuroprotective(0+1); Neuroprotection(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Vision(0+1); Motor learning(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMichael Mustari

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+8); Vestibular(0+6); Eye Movement(0+4); Development(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Reflex(0+2); Motor Neuron(0+2); Muscle(0+2); Knowledge(0+2); FEF(0+2); MSTd(0+2); Pontine nuclei(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Computation(0+4); Single-unit recording(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
NYU015028New York, NY, USATed Coons

NYU
【Keywords】Reward(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Brain mechanisms of reward
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAChristian Grillon

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Anxiety(15+10); Psychiatry(18+0); Disorder(10+5); Fear(8+6); Cognition(3+2); Stress(3+1); Amygdala(4+0); Reflex(3+0); Context(3+0); Aversive(2+1); Modulation(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+1); Exercise(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Neuroimaging(1+1); dlPFC(2+0); Central nucleus(2+0); Extended amygdala(2+0); Stria terminalis(2+0); Bed nucleus(2+0); Development(0+1); Environment(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Anxiolytics(0+1); Depression(1+0); Post-traumatic stress disorder(1+0); Pain(1+0); Pain perception(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Emotion(0+1); Machine learning(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(6+0); Model(2+0); Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Marissa Krimsky, Shmuel Lissek, Heather L Rusch, Benjamin Suarez-Jimenez, Ioannis Sarigiannidis, Tiffany R. Lago, Salvatore J. TorrisiYears: 2012 — 2014; Recipients: Grillon, Christian; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Pain and Placebo Analgesia@ Complementary & Integrative Health; Matching Score: 0.931022531
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
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emeritus
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANorma Graham

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(11+3); Contrast(4+3); Adaptation(2+2); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Perception(1+0); Form(0+1); Memory(1+0); Machine(1+0); V1(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(1+0); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jacob Nachmias, Floyd RatliffElizabeth Thorpe Davis, Joy Hirsch, Patricia Kramer, Bernice E. Rogowitz, Adam Y. Shavit, Patricia R. DeLucia, S. Sabina Wolfson, S. Sabina WolfsonProf.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USANicholas Bellono

Harvard
【Keywords】Ion Channel(2+3); Sense(1+2); Receptor(1+1); Sodium channel(2+0); Context(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); LTP(1+0); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Environment(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Adaptation(0+1); Concept(0+1); Imaging(0+1); A1(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Channel(3+1); Behavior(0+2); Biophysics(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Sensory biology and cell physiology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAZachary Knight

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

UCLA
【Keywords】Engineering(0+2); Sleep(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaZheng Ye

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(9+2); Cognition(2+7); Comprehension(7+0); Cognitive Control(1+4); Semantic(5+0); Language(4+0); Neural network(4+0); Structure(3+0); Executive function(0+3); Reward(3+0); 5-HT(2+0); Dysfunction(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Executive control(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Neuroimaging(2+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Neuromodulation(0+1); Monoamine(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Translation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disease(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Body(0+1); Vestibular(1+0); Motor(0+1); Planning(0+1); Speech(1+0); Reasoning(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1); Subthalamic nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); fMRI(3+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Cognitive Control
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001212Investigator
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichael S. Levine

UCLA
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(0+4); Huntington's disease(0+4); Modulation(0+3); Striatum(0+3); Mutant(0+2); Neuromodulation(0+2); Amino acid(0+2); Dopamine(0+2); Receptor(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Pediatric(0+2); Basal ganglia(0+2); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Development(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+6); Electrophysiology(0+3); Gene(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAOrrin Devinsky

NYU
【Keywords】Epilepsy(1+5); Seizure(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Sense(0+1); Depth(0+1); Motor(0+1); Language(0+1); Category(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】ECoG(0+1); EEG(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Epilepsy and seizure disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAkira Sawa MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Emotion(0+2); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2); Gene(0+1); MRI(0+1); EEG(0+1); PET(0+1); TMS(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USADenis Pelli

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(17+0); Contrast(3+0); Object recognition(2+1); Perception(2+0); Face(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Bayesian(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Psychophysics(3+0);
【Research】Object recognition and sensitivity
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Horace Barlow, Fergus W. Campbell, John G. Robson, Gordon E. LeggeMelanie Palomares, Garga Chatterjee, Jordan William Suchow, Jeremy Freeman, Aenne A, Brielmann, Hörmet T. Yiltiz, Clayton Van Doren, Preeti Verghese, Manoj Raghavan, Najib J. Majaj, Sarah Rosen, Amy M. Belfi, Joshua A. Solomon, Frans Cornelissen, Marialuisa Martelli, Ramakrishna Chakravarthi, Katharine A TillmanAndrew B. Watson, Bart Farell, Dennis LeviYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Pelli, Denis G; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Studying Crowding as a Window Into Object Recognition and Development and Health of Visual Cortex@ New York University; Matching Score: 1022485Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USASteven Quartz

CalTech
【Keywords】Learning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(0+1);
【Research】Decision, Behavior
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Terrence J. SejnowskiUlrik Beierholm, Shreesh  P. Mysore, Kerstin PreuschoffKonrad P. Kording, Mohammad Amin KayaliYears: 2007 — 2013; Recipients: Camerer, Colin (co-PI) [⬀] Quartz, StevenAdolphs, Ralph (co-PI) [⬀] Koch, Christof (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Igert: Brain, Mind, and Society: An Integrative Training Program in Valuation, Decision-Making, and Social Exchange@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.915Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAKathryn Commons

Harvard
【Keywords】5-HT(10+11); Receptor(8+0); Neurology(7+0); Dorsal raphe nucleus(6+0); Stress(5+0); Periaqueductal gray(4+0); Development(2+0); Disease(0+2); Disorder(1+1); Raphe(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); GABA(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Chemical neuroscience(1+0); Axon(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Autism(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Depression(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Pain(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0); Locus coeruleus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(9+0); Mouse(9+0); Rodent(2+0);
【Methods】Behavior(5+3); Model(3+1); Gene(1+2); Pharmacology(1+1);
【Research】Understanding the contribution of central serotonin neurotransmission to behavior and psychopathology.
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Teresa A. Milner, Donald Wells Pfaff, Rita J. ValentinoYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Commons, Kathryn G; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Topography of Serotonin Dysfunction@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.927002507Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGeorgios Skiniotis

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(8+0); Receptor(5+0); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(2+0); Glutamate receptor(2+0); Cytokine(1+0); Translation(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(9); Science(1); Cell(5); Nature Communications(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas (Tom) Walz, Andreas HoengerCherisse R. Loucks, Liliya V. Mancour, Steven Z. ChouYears: 2018; Recipients: Chiu, Wah [⬀] Hedman, Britt (co-PI) [⬀] Schmid, Michael F.Skiniotis, Georgios; Code: U24; Title/Keywords: The Stanford-Slac Cryoem Center@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.954Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMaarten Reith

NYU
【Keywords】Transporter(4+9); Dopamine(8+2); Receptor(3+3); Cocaine(1+5); Monoamine(0+4); Parkinson's disease(2+1); Regulation(0+2); Chemical neuroscience(2+0); Development(0+2); Neuroprotective(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Addiction(0+2); Reward(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Structure(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Depression(0+1); Attention(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Pharmacology(3+0); Model(0+2); Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neurotransmitters, transporters, and addiction
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADavid L. Glanzman

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAPaul J. Shaw

WUSTL
【Keywords】Sleep(24+12); Plasticity(3+2); Cognition(0+4); Learning(3+0); Memory Consolidation(2+1); D1 receptor(2+0); Structure(1+1); Disease(1+1); Mushroom body(2+0); Vesicle(1+0); Glia(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Infection(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Form(0+1); Memory(0+1); Short-term memory(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Respiratory(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(15+1); Human(1+2); Rat(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Model(2+2); Gene(1+2); Behavior(2+0); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】Molecular/genetic analysis of sleep function
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(4); Cell(1); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005167Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJohn Huguenard

Stanford
【Keywords】Synchrony(5+2); Epilepsy(6+1); Oscillation(4+1); Receptor(0+4); Thalamus(2+2); Regulation(2+1); AMPA receptor(2+1); Development(2+1); Pluripotent stem cells(3+0); Connection(1+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Differentiation(2+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Injury(1+1); Mutant(0+1); Knockout(0+1); Knockin(0+1); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(0+1); 5-HT(1+0); GABA(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Microcircuit(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Social(1+0); Sleep(0+1); Thalamic reticular nucleus(1+0); Raphe(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0); Stem Cell(6+0); Rat(4+0); Mouse(1+2);
【Methods】Model(4+3); Gene(0+3); Pharmacology(0+2); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); Nature Methods(3); eLife(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wilkie Wilson, David A. Prince, Bradley E. AlgerRudolf Peter Faust, Matthew T. Kaufman, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Astra Shamgar Bryant, Alberto Bacci, Huong Ha, Christine Lee, Jordan Sorokin, Daniel Ulrich, Darrell Michael Porcello, Vikaas Singh Sohal, Allyson Alexander, Mark P. Beenhakker, Julia Brill, Brielle Ferguson, P. Michelle Fogerson, Carson Alexis Goddard, Carolyn J. Lacey, Chris Makinson, Jeanne T Paz, Austin Reese, Qian-Quan Sun, Daniel Ulrich, Tanya Weerakkody, Chris Dulla, C Alex Goddard, Christopher M. Stern, Matt Borat Abramian, Charles L. Cox, Sanjay S. Kumar, Molly M. Huntsman, Anita E. Bandrowski, Hiroaki Tani, Sally KimRussell Fernald, David A. McCormick, Rong MaoYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Huguenard, John R; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Interrogation of Voltage Gated Sodium Channel Specialization Using Synthetic Saxitoxin@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1019240Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJoseph J Palamar

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

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

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

UW
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Translation(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Brain-Computer Interface(0+1); Learning(0+1); Art(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Brain-Computer Interfaces; Computational Neuroscience; Motor Systems and Sensorimotor Integration
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJennifer Lee

Stanford
【Keywords】Membrane(3+0); Structure(2+0); Disease(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Depth(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Channel(1+0); Biophysics(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018; Recipients: Lee, Jennifer; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Raman Spectroscopic Studies of Amyloids@ Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; Matching Score: 0.912002206Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJay Gingrich

Columbia
【Keywords】5-HT(16+2); Receptor(7+0); Transporter(6+0); Development(5+1); Psychiatry(6+0); Dopamine receptor(5+0); Dopamine(3+0); Disorder(2+1); Psychiatric disorder(1+2); Depression(1+2); Emotion(3+0); Stress(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Glutamate receptor(2+0); Environment(0+2); Anxiety(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Somatosensory(2+0); PFC(2+0); Dorsal raphe nucleus(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Structure(1+0); Disease(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Autism(0+1); Age-related(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Pain(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Context(1+0); Inhibitory control(1+0); Causality(0+1); Neuroendocrine(1+0); Encoding(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); VTA(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(19+2); Rat(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(5+3); Gene(5+2); Pharmacology(3+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurogenetics; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders in Pregnancy; Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia; Treatment Resistance;
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2); Neuron(1); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Rebecca Elise Balter, Kevin K. Kumar, Neil Gray, Tahilia J. Rebello, Qinghui Yu, Heather El-AmamyYears: 1999 — 2003; Recipients: Gingrich, Jay A; Code: K08; Title/Keywords: Serotonergic Mechanisms in Stress and Anxiety@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.958010876Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMiriam Judith Rosenberg-Lee

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARichard Born

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(10+4); V1(3+3); Visual cortex(1+2); Structure(2+0); Striate cortex(2+0); Eye Movement(2+0); Imaging(1+1); V2(0+2); Genetically modify(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Sense(1+0); Depth(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Contour(1+0); Object(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Context(0+1); Inference(0+1); Bayesian(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); V3(0+1);
【Models】Macaque(9+0); Monkey(2+1); Primate(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Multi-electrode(0+6); Microstimulation(2+1); Virus(0+2); Tracing(0+1); MRI(1+0); Psychophysics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuitry of Primate Visual Cortex
【Publications】Nature(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David Hubel, Margaret Livingstone, William T. NewsomeMari Sosa, Alex Trott, John Nicholas Hunter, Carlos Ramon Ponce, Douglas Ruff, Alexandra Smolyanskaya, Camille Gomez-Laberge, Ralf Haefner, Yang Jiang, Christopher C. Pack, Nicholas S. Price, Jonathan (JoJo) J. Nassi, Till S. HartmannGabriel Kreiman, Margaret Livingstone, Stephen G. LomberYears: 2014 — 2018; Recipients: Born, Richard T ; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Research Training in Visual Neuroscience@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1006014Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USASusruta Majumdar

WUSTL
【Keywords】Pain(0+3); Development(0+2); Analgesics(0+2); Opiate(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Category(0+1); Reward(0+1); Respiratory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+3); Gene(0+2);
【Research】Research in the laboratory is aimed at attaining functional selectivity of opioid agonist action from its own target adverse effects while integrating chemical synthesis with biochemical, genetic and pharmacological approaches.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALisa Giocomo

Stanford
【Keywords】Grid cell(10+0); Entorhinal cortex(7+2); Hippocampus(6+0); Navigation(4+1); Oscillation(4+0); Frequency(4+0); Modulation(3+0); Environment(3+0); Memory(1+2); Head direction cell(2+1); Neural codes(3+0); Dynamics(2+1); Ion Channel(0+2); Membrane(2+0); Self-motion(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Acetylcholine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); GABAB receptor(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Sense(1+0); Vision(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Spatial navigation(0+1); Reward(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Neural network(1+0); CA1(1+0); CA3(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(2+2); Computation(4+0); Model(4+0); Biophysics(2+0); Behavior(0+2); Gene(0+1); Channel(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(4); Neuron(3); JNS(4); Curr Biol.(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael E. Hasselmo, Edvard I. MoserLindsay C Willmore, Malcolm G. Campbell, Kiah Hardcastle, Isabel Low, Francis Kei Masuda, Mark Houston Plitt, Robert G K Munn, Jason S. BantYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Giocomo, Lisa; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 2@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915002294Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADebra Satz

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(4+0); Translation(2+0); Environment(2+0); Reproduction(2+0); Category(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Theory(3+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003636Prof.
NIH-NIDCD??Bethesda, MD, USABarry Horwitz

NIH-NIDCD
【Keywords】Metabolism(6+0); Neurology(5+0); Vision(5+0); Face(4+0); Neuroimaging(3+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Age-related(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Cognition(1+1); Striate cortex(2+0); Extrastriate cortex(2+0); Object(2+0); Auditory(2+0); Short-term memory(2+0); Language(1+1); Concept(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Auditory cortex(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dyslexia(1+0); Autism(1+0); Aging(1+0); Sense(1+0); Memory(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Attention(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Executive control(1+0); Speech(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(1+0); Angular gyrus(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(7+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+2); fMRI(4+1); PET(4+1); MEG(3+1); Behavior(1+1); Computation(1+1); In vivo(1+0); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】PLoS Biol.(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanley I. Rapoport, Gino C. SegreArpan Banerjee, Paul Corbitt, Yukiko Kikuchi, Jieun Kim, Qin Liu, Ajay S. Pillai, Feng Rong, Jason Smith, Malle A. Tagamets, Hung Thai-Van, Marina Papoutsi, Fatima Husain, Randy McIntosh, Antonio Ulloa, Jessica R GilbertYears: 2003 — 2018; Recipients: Horwitz, Barry; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Brain Imaging and Modeling@ Deafness &Other Communication Disorders; Matching Score: 1025121
Columbia006008New York, NY, USATom Maniatis

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(0+5); Motor(0+3); Regulation(2+0); Structure(1+1); Depression(0+2); Transcription(0+1); Glia(1+0); Development(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Adhesion(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Autism(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Neuroinflammation(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Machine(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(1+2); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(3+6); Behavior(0+6); Model(0+3); Protein(2+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】Regulation of RNA Transcription and Splicing; The Role of Neuroinflammation in ALS ; Neurobiology of Disease; Synapses and Circuits; Stem Cell Biology; ALS Disease Mechanisms; Genetic Basis of Neurological Diseases;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(8); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Leonard S. Lerman, Mark Ptashne, Frederick SangerMichelle C. Siao, Victoria Lynn Corbin, Adrian R. Krainer, Kristen Lynch, Robin Reed, Kai Zinn, Brian Seed, Ted Abel, Bing Ren, Christopher P. Sears, Zhaolan Zhou, Chih-Hsuan Lin, Tae Hoon Kim, Rui Zhou, Shuning Liao, Bosiljka Tasic, Scott A. Ribich, Sean M. Buchanan, Sze-Ling Ng, Kevin G. Monahan, Emiko T. Morimoto, Hubert Amrein, Patrick Charnay, Alan Michelson, Jim Posakony, Nicholas Proudfoot, Gary Struhl, Weisheng Victor Chen, Lydia Villa-Komaroff, Ross C. Hardison, Daniel C. DiMaio, Richard Morris Myers, Xiangdong Fu, Jane Ying Wu, Brenton R. Graveley, Qiang Wu, Isaac Chiu, Hemali P. Phatnani347984Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWalter Metzner

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJeremiah Cohen

JHU
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Dopamine(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Reward(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); 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
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.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USARobert Desimone

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(18+2); Attention(14+3); Visual cortex(5+0); V4(4+0); Executive control(0+3); Modulation(2+0); Striate cortex(2+0); Extrastriate cortex(2+0); V2(2+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Disease(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Visual memory(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Short-term memory(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0); Connection(1+0); PFC(1+0); PPC(1+0); V1(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(7+0); Human(2+1); Non-human primate(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0); fMRI(0+1); MEG(0+1);
【Research】Neural Basis of Visual Attention and Executive Control
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(6); Neuron(2); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles Gross, Mortimer MishkinJonathan A. Winkle, Timothy J. Buschman, Leah Acker, Bruno Duarte Gomes, Robert John Schafer, David E. Osher, Yasaman Bagherzadeh, Daniel Baldauf, Narcisse Bichot, Elizabeth Buffalo, Mario Fiorani, Stacia Friedman-Hill, Eveline Geiser, Stephen J. Gotts, Georgia G Gregoriou, Xue Han, Rogier Landman, Zuxiang Liu, Steven J. Luck, Juan Carlos Mendez, Diego Mendoza-Halliday, Earl K. Miller, John H. Reynolds, Andrew F. Rossi, Harbaljit Sohal, Wendy Suzuki, Haoran Xu, Gregoriou Georgia, Grant H. Mulliken, Reza Rajimehr, Fumiaki Yoshida, Karthik Srinivasan, Frederico Augusto Casarsa de Azevedo, Sidney R. Lehky, Leonardo Chelazzi, Bharathi Jagadeesh, Cynthia A. Erickson, Pascal Fries, Eric LowetTomaso A. Poggio, Leslie UngerleiderYears: 2019; Recipients: Desimone, Robert; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Mechanisms For Feature-Based Attention@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1056164Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAPenny Hallett

Harvard
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(7+8); Dopamine neuron(3+3); Transgenic(2+1); Aging(2+1); Alpha-synuclein(3+0); Neuroprotection(2+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+1); Transplantation(1+1); Degeneration(1+1); Pathology(1+1); LRRK2(2+0); Neuroprotective(1+1); Stress(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Glia(0+1); Microglia(1+0); Axon(1+0); Axonal transport(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Cell therapy(0+1); Tau(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Form(1+0); Motor(1+0); Autonomic(1+0); CA2(1+0); Substantia nigra(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(5+2); Mouse(5+0); Human(1+1); Non-human primate(1+0); Primate(1+0); Rat(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+3); Gene(1+2); Protein(2+0); Behavior(1+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms of neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease, and testing neuroprotective and neurorestorative therapies
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USARonald Duman

Yale
【Keywords】Stress(0+6); Signal transduction(0+3); Depression(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Behavior(0+2);
【Research】Antidepressive Agents; Depression; Molecular Biology; Neurobiology; Psychiatry; Stress, Psychological; Signal Transduction; Gene Expression.
【Publications】
【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);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
050906Assist Prof.
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
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, 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
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
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAPaul S.G. Stein

WUSTL
【Keywords】Motor(14+3); Reflex(8+2); Rhythm(3+2); Body(1+1); Touch(0+2); Neural network(0+2); NMDA receptor(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Sense(1+0); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Pattern generation(0+1); Concept(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】Sensorimotor integration; spinal cord neural networks; turtle hindlimb motor output
【Publications】JNS(4);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Donald Kennedy, Ted H. BullockGammon M. Earhart, Jilei Hou, Mindy S. Marks, Jeremy R. Groves, Tomasz Skladzien, Tara D. Carter, Priyantha P. Karunaratne, Scott N. CurrieYears: 1992 — 2010; Recipients: Stein, Paul S.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Sensory and Motor Integration in the Spinal Cord@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.936004061Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAFranck Kalume

UW
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAndrew Yoo

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(9+1); Reprogramming(3+3); Disease(4+2); Cell fate(2+3); Transcription(2+1); Neurogenesis(0+2); Environment(2+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); APP(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0);
【Models】Human(13+4); C. elegans(4+0); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); Model(0+2); Bioinformatics(2+0); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Generation of human neurons by direct cell fate reprogramming and modeling late-onset neurodegenerative disorders
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Cell(4); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerald CrabtreeYears: 2018; Recipients: Yoo, Andrew; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanistic Insights Into Neurodegeneration in Huntington's Disease Using Patient-Derived Neurons Through Direct Conversion of Fibroblasts@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915002718Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMichael Gandal

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USASteven McCarroll

Harvard
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(5+5); Disorder(3+6); Psychiatric disorder(5+1); Disease(2+3); Bipolar(0+5); Psychiatry(4+0); Microglia(1+2); Body(3+0); Development(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Autism(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Learning(0+1); Body Weight(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+10); Mouse(2+1); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+10); Protein(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Human genome variation, schizophrenia, and the molecular biology of neurons and microglia
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
078043Prof.
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
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
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, USAAndrew Kai Tak Wong

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAClaude G. Wasterlain

UCLA
【Keywords】Neurology(0+12); Epilepsy(0+4); Development(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADennis Dacey

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+3); Retina(0+3); Color(0+2); Morphology(0+1); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Macaque(0+2); Non-human primate(0+1); Monkey(0+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2); Biophysics(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAlfredo Dubra

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(20+1); Imaging(16+1); Photoreceptor(11+0); Structure(5+1); Retina(1+1); Learning(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Engineering(0+2); Optical(2+0); Disease(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Contour(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Convolutional Neural Network(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+0); Macaque(2+0); Primate(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】In vivo(7+0); Gene(1+0); Microscopy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(3); Cell(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
004583Assoc Prof.
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
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAElizabeth Gould

Princeton
【Keywords】Cognition(2+7); Regulation(1+2); Anxiety(1+2); Structure(0+2); Plasticity(0+2); Structural plasticity(0+2); Microglia(0+2); Environment(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Morphology(0+2); Mating(0+2); PFC(2+0); Gap junction(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Spine(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); mPFC(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】Systems and Circuits ; Human Neuroscience
【Publications】JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bruce S. McEwenLiron Noiman, Yevgenia Kozorovitskiy, Maya Opendak, Anna V. Beylin, Patima Tanapat, Christian Mirescu, Alexis M. Stranahan, Julia M. Caponiti, Yu-Wei Chen, Timothy J. Schoenfeld, Miriam E. Bocarsly, Adam T Brockett, Nicholas Hastings, Benedetta LeunerCharles Gross, Tracey J. ShorsYears: 2018; Recipients: Gould, Elizabeth; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Investigating Perineuronal Nets and Hippocampal Plasticity in Early Life Adversity-Induced Anxiety@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMary Hynes

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(7+0); Dopamine(2+0); Development(2+0); Cell fate(2+0); Embryo(2+0); Transcription(1+0); CNS(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Finger(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(4+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(7); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013077Assoc Prof.
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
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAPalmer Taylor

UCSD
【Keywords】Receptor(0+2); Structure(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Acetylcholine receptor(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USABarbara Slusher, MAS

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJennifer Dionne

Stanford
【Keywords】Optical(8+0); Dynamics(2+0); Vision(1+0); Color(1+0); Object(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007165Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USABrian Clark

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

NIH-NIDCR
【Keywords】Itch(8+0); Pain(5+0); Peptide(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Sense(1+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】Molecular Genetics Unit
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(5); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAEdward Chang

UCSF
【Keywords】Speech(0+6); Disorder(0+2); Sense(0+2); Language(0+2); Environment(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Perception(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Motor cortex(0+1); Auditory cortex(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Psychophysics(0+1); LFP(0+1);
【Research】Speech Mechanisms
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADeanna Barch

WUSTL
【Keywords】Cognition(12+9); Schizophrenia(13+3); Psychiatry(8+0); Emotion(2+5); Cognitive Control(3+3); Depression(3+2); PFC(3+1); Working memory(3+0); Dopamine(1+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Aging(2+0); Face(2+0); Cingulate cortex(2+0); ACC(2+0); Amygdala(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Memory(0+1); Acquisition(1+0); Context(1+0); Language(0+1); Reward(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+2); fMRI(4+0); Theory(2+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiological and Psychological Mechanisms of Cognitive and Emotional Control: Normative Function and Abnormalities in Psychiatric Disorders
【Publications】Science(2); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jonathan D. CohenAbhishek Saxena, David Baranger, Adam Culbreth, Alan Ceaser, Jennifer A. Burbridge, Meredith R. Melinder, Caroline A. Racine, Noam I. Keren, Jennifer R. Mathews, Aaron Bonner-Jackson, Shefali B. Brahmbhatt, Zainab Delawalla, Alan Anticevic, Rebecca L. Akcakaya, Karla E. Becerril, Erin C. Dowd, Kevin D. Packingham, Katherine R Luking, David Pagliaccio, David Pagliaccio, Dov Bernard Lerman-Sinkoff, Grega Repovs, Michael S. Gaffrey, Hideo SuzukiTodd S. Braver, Angus W. MacDonaldYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Barch, Deanna; Code: R01R37Activity Code Description:To provide long-term grant support to investigators whose research competence and productivity are distinctly superior and who are highly likely to continue to perform in an outstanding manner. Investigators may not apply for a MERIT award. Program staff and/or members of the cognizant National Advisory Council/Board will identify candidates for the MERIT award during the course of review of competing research grant applications prepared and submitted in accordance with regular PHS requirements.; Title/Keywords: Effort-Based Decision Making and Motivated Behavior in Everyday Life@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915049603Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGiovanni Coppola

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

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

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Sclerosis(9+1); Neurology(6+0); Imaging(1+5); Vision(3+0); Axon(2+0); Disease(0+2); Visual cortex(2+0); V1(2+0); CNS(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Demyelinating(1+0); Injury(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Timing(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0); Optical(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(4+3); In vivo(1+0); Anatomy(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(0+1); Data analysis(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Translational Neuroradiology Section
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ehud Kaplan, Jonathan D. Victor, R Clay Reid, Peter A. CalabresiStuart B. Kirschner, Joel B. RovnerCecil Chern-Chyi Yen, Luca MassacesiYears: 2010 — 2018; Recipients: Reich, Daniel; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Multimodal Mri in Multiple Sclerosis@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.915008976
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USACara Bohon

Stanford
【Keywords】Disorder(14+1); Body(9+0); Reward(7+1); Vision(5+0); Emotion(3+1); Food Intake(4+0); Imaging(4+0); Psychiatry(3+0); Depression(3+0); Taste(3+0); Therapy(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Face(2+0); Resting state(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Fear(1+0); Sexual behavior(1+0); A1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(5+1); fMRI(5+0); MRI(4+0); Model(3+0); DBS(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); European Eating Disorders Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Judy Garber, Eric Stice, Jeffrey R. Measelle, Michael Strober, Jamie D. FeusnerYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Bohon, Cara; Code: K23; Title/Keywords: Neurochemical and Functional Neuroimaging of Negative and Positive Valence Systems in Binge Eating@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1003995Assist Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaHung-Chun Chang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Circadian(3+10); Metabolism(2+6); Disorder(0+4); Aging(3+1); Sleep(2+2); Oscillation(0+2); Disease(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Age-related(0+2); Circadian clock(1+1); Bmal1(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Knockin(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Rhythm(0+1); Environment(0+1); Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT)(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Entrainment(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); Suprachiasmatic nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Macaque(2+0); Monkey(2+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Gene(1+2); In vivo(1+1); Behavior(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Circadian Control and Age-Related Disorders
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002919Investigator
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAPam England

UCSF
【Keywords】Synaptic Plasticity(0+3); Ion Channel(0+2); Synapse(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Chemical Neurobiology: Ion Channel Structure-Function, Synaptic Plasticity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARoi Ann Wallis

UCLA
【Keywords】Injury(0+1);
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoshua A. Hoffs

UCLA
【Keywords】Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAEliot Brenowitz

UW
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+3); Neurogenesis(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Neuroendocrinology(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Songbird(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHoward Y Chang

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(3+3); Regulation(2+2); Development(2+1); Body(0+3); Transcription(2+0); Differentiation(2+0); Disorder(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Tumor(1+1); Structure(1+0); Cell line(1+0); Cell lineage(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Aging(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Face(0+1); Memory(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Homeostatic(0+1); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Human(10+6); Stem Cell(3+2);
【Methods】Gene(7+8); Protein(2+0); Model(0+2); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(1); Cell(7); Nature Methods(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Genetics(1); Annual Review Of Biochemistry(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
057882Prof.
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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAShih-Chun Lin MD,

JHU
【Keywords】
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【Research】.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAConstance Cepko

Harvard
【Keywords】Retina(2+4); Cell fate(0+3); Photoreceptor(3+0); Development(0+2); Therapy(1+1); Vision(1+1); Imaging(1+1); Transgenic(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); CNS(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Disease(0+1); Bipolar(1+0); Memory(1+0); Context(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Human(0+1); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+9); Virus(3+1); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0);
【Research】Retinal development and degeneration, development of transsynaptic tracing viruses and nanobody reagents
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Phillip Allen Sharp, Richard MulliganDavid Altshuler, Christopher P. Austin, Eric Morrow, Sheila Nirenberg, David Turner, Santiago Rompani, Maureen A. Peters, Sheldon S. Rowan, Tracy L. Young-Pearse, Sanjiv Harpavat, Ashutosh P. Jadhav, Timothy J. Cherry, Nathan A. Billings, Karolina Mizeracka, Zheng-Zheng Bao, Michael A. Dyer, Jeffrey A. Golden, Francois P. Guillemot, Sylvain Lapan, Laura E. Lillian, Nicolas Lonfat, Xiang Ma, Evan Y. Snyder, Francis Szele, Jeffrey Trimarchi, Chris A. Walsh, Joseph J. LoTurco, Xianjie Yang, Dorothea Schulte, Li Cai, Frederick Livesey, Seth Blackshaw, Joseph C. Corbo, Botond M. Roska, Douglas S. KimEbrahim AboualizadehYears: 2019; Recipients: Cepko, Constance L; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Determination of Cone Photoreceptor Fate@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPrithvi Mruthyunjaya

Stanford
【Keywords】Retina(10+0); Imaging(7+3); Vision(8+1); Disease(6+2); Degeneration(6+0); Age-related(6+0); Optical(6+0); Tumor(3+1); Therapy(2+1); Pathology(2+0); Infection(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Face(1+0); Spectral(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001705Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARussell D Fernald

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(13+6); Hormone(5+0); Reproduction(1+2); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Retina(2+0); Context(2+0); Social behavior(2+0); Aggression(2+0); Peptide(1+0); Structure(1+0); Electrical synapse(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Development(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Vision(1+0); Photoreceptor(1+0); Body(0+1); Timing(1+0); Mating(0+1); Circadian(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(10+5); Gene(4+0); Computation(1+0); Model(0+1); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); PNAS(1); Curr Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
014768Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAWeimin Zhong

Yale
【Keywords】Self-renewal(0+2); Differentiation(0+2); Disease(0+1); Injury(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+8); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADiego Pizzagalli

Harvard
【Keywords】Depression(4+7); Reward(5+1); Disorder(3+2); Psychiatry(5+0); Stress(2+2); Dysfunction(0+3); Cognition(3+0); Imaging(1+2); Neuroimaging(2+1); Dendrite(2+0); Anxiety(1+1); Bipolar(1+1); Schizophrenia(2+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Glutamate(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Development(1+0); Disease(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Infection(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Learning(1+0); Executive control(1+0); Cognitive Control(1+0); Social(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Emotion(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Reinforcement learning(0+1); Connectomics(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+2); MRI(0+2); Microscopy(2+0); Gene(0+1); Virus(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); EEG(0+1); PET(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Clinical neuroscience and neurobiology of depression
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dietrich Lehmann, Richard J. DavidsonErika Marie Cowman Schetter, Allison L. Jahn, Etienne B. Roesch, Petra E. Pajtas, Yuliya Nikolova, Karolina M. Lempert, Sunny Dutra, Christen M. Deveney, Avram J. Holmes, Ryan H. Bogdan, Lisa H. Berghorst, Arkadiy L. Maksimovskiy, Marie-Anne Vanderhasselt, Daniel G. Dillon, Stefanie Nickels, Michael T. TreadwayEugene Levinson, George M. SlavichYears: 2008 — 2009; Recipients: Pizzagalli, Diego A; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Translational Measures of Anhedonia in Humans and Rats@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 0.958000013Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADavid Zee MD

JHU
【Keywords】Eye Movement(0+5); Disease(0+3); Vision(0+2); Vestibular(0+2); Ion Channel(0+1); Oscillation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vestibular perception(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】TMS(0+2); Gene(0+1); MRI(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAElias Issa

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Sense(1+1); Inference(0+2); Connection(0+2); Network Interaction(0+1); Environment(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Object(0+1); Object recognition(0+1); Face(1+0); Learning(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Bayesian(0+1); Machine learning(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); Temporal lobe(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0); A2(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(1+0); Marmoset(0+1); Human(0+1); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Model(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); fMRI(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience ; Sensory Physiology; Theoretical Neuroscience ;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Xiaoqin Wang, James J. DiCarloPraneeth Namburi, You-Nah Jeon, Alex J E KellYears: 2012 — 2018; Recipients: Issa, Elias B; 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: The Role of Cortical Feedback in Visual Face Processing@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGiordano Lippi

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+8); Regulation(0+3); Developmental Disorder(0+3); Neural network(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Epilepsy(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Memory(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+3); In vivo(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASatinder Singh

Yale
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+4); Transporter(0+4); Regulation(0+2); Epilepsy(0+2); Disease(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Monoamine(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Structure(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Development(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+3);
【Research】Antidepressive Agents; Depression; Dopamine; Epilepsy; gamma-Aminobutyric Acid; Glycine; Lipid Bilayers; Neurobiology; Neuropharmacology; Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Schizophrenia; Serotonin; Synaptic Vesicles; Antipsychotic Agents; X-Ray Diffraction; Biogenic Monoamines; Protein Structure, Tertiary; Neurotransmitter Transport Proteins; Neuropsychiatry.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJin-Moo Lee

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(7+5); Disease(1+4); Brain injury(1+3); Peptide(1+2); Therapy(0+3); APP(0+3); Ischemia(2+1); Plasticity(0+2); Injury(0+2); Blood flow(1+1); Vessel(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Sense(1+0); Vision(1+0); Form(0+1); Social(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Resting state(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); Optical Neuroimaging(0+1); White matter(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Model(0+2); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Pathogenesis of amyloid fibrils and amyloid plaques in AD mouse models
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(3); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJaime Olavarria

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+4); Development(0+3); Connection(0+2); Visual cortex(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAnthony G Doufas

Stanford
【Keywords】Anesthesia(7+0); Pain(3+3); Sleep(4+2); Hypoxia(4+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Reinforcement learning(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Model(2+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARachel Wong

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Retina(0+4); Transgenic(0+2); Connection(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); In vitro(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMartin Wallner

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

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(3+4); Membrane(2+2); Trafficking(0+4); Receptor(3+0); Transgenic(2+0); Transporter(1+1); Degeneration(0+2); Dysfunction(2+0); Huntington's disease(2+0); Context(0+2); Mutant(1+0); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Dopamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Environment(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); CNS(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Aging(0+1); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Body(1+0); Motor(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+5); Model(4+0); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Roles of macroautophagy in the healthy and diseased CNS; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Disease; Protein trafficking;
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
René HenJoanna M DragichYears: 2018; Recipients: Yamamoto, Ai; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Selective Autophagy in Parkinson'Sdisease@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1010125Assoc Prof.
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAndrew Leifer

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

UW
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+11); Glia(0+10); Glial cell(0+6); CNS(0+6); Disease(0+4); Brain injury(0+4); Potassium channel(0+2); Membrane(0+2); Environment(0+2); Stroke(0+2); Injury(0+2); Homeostatic(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NHGRI??Bethesda, MD, USAMaximilian Muenke

NIH-NHGRI
【Keywords】Disorder(1+5); Development(1+4); ADHD(0+5); Disease(1+2); Transcription(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+3); Zebrafish(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(5+10); Behavior(0+2); Model(0+2); Microarray(1+0);
【Research】Human Development Section
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADeborah M Gordon

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(5+0); Regulation(4+0); Evolutionary(1+1); Dopamine(1+0); Environment(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Stress(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(16+2); Gene(3+0); Computation(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(2); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Annual Review Of Entomology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John R. GreggMark J F Brown, Nathan J. Sanders, Nicole E. Heller, Megan E. Frederickson, Sevan SuniYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Gordon, Deborah; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Chs: Small: Collaborative Proposal: Understanding and Improving Implicit Coordination in Peer Production Networks@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915010541Prof.
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGreg E. Lemke

UCSD
【Keywords】Receptor(0+4); Development(0+3); Signal transduction(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAErik Winfree

CalTech
【Keywords】Motor(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Robot(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(7+2); Theory(2+0); In vitro(0+1); Model(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】DNA and Natural Algorithms
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(3); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
019271Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARichard Daneman

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+4); CNS(0+3); Vessel(0+3); Development(0+2); Structure(0+1); Environment(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Injury(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAThomas Dee

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USATyrone Cannon

Yale
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAE. David Leonardo

Columbia
【Keywords】Receptor(1+5); Anxiety(2+1); Environment(0+2); Vulnerability(2+0); Stress(2+0); Raphe(0+2); Mutant(0+1); 5-HT(1+0); Development(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Developmental Disorder(1+0); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Social(1+0); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neurogenetics; Synapses and Circuits; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Disease; Mood Disorder;
【Publications】Neuron(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJonathan A. Javitch

Columbia
【Keywords】Dopamine(13+4); Receptor(11+3); Transporter(5+4); D2 receptor(5+2); Psychiatry(5+0); Neurotransmitter(2+2); Membrane(4+0); Dynamics(3+0); Regulation(0+2); Amphetamine(0+2); Cocaine(1+1); Schizophrenia(0+2); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Signal transduction(1+0); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(0+1); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Chloride(1+0); Structure(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Neurotoxicity(1+0); HIV(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Sense(1+0); Motivation(1+0); S2(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(1+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+3); Protein(2+1); Biochemistry(1+1); Behavior(2+0); Pharmacology(1+1); Biophysics(0+1); Ex vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】G-protein Coupled Receptors: Structural Bases for Pharmacological Specificity and Function; Neurotransmitter Transporters: Biophysics, Biochemistry and Regulation; Neurobiology of Disease; Biophysics/ion Channels; Models of Psychiatric Disorders;
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Solomon H. Snyder, Arthur KarlinFernanda Carvalho Poyraz, Jasmine V. Ferrer, Naomi R. Goldberg, Hideaki Yano, Eduardo F. Gallo, Steven G Grinnell, Zachary Z. FreybergJuan C. MobarecYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Javitch, Jonathan A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Probing Mechanisms of Amphetamine Action At Plasma Membrane and Vesicular Transporters in Vitro and in Vivo@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USANanthia Suthana

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

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Paley Johnson, John Warren WilliamsMarco Canossa, Karl Herrup, Mike Ignatius , William C. Mobley, J. Regino Perez-Polo, Robert A. Nichols, Francesca Cirulli, Gene Burton, Jonah R. Chan, Margaret Fahnestock , Earl Godfrey, Ronald J. Lukas , Piotr Masiakowski , Robert Stickgold , Andrew A. Welcher, Charles F. Louis, J. Regino Perez-Polo, Felice Tirone, Marino De Leon, Ueli Suter, Phil Barker, Lucia Notterpek, Silvio VaronYears: 2000 — 2003; Recipients: Shooter, Eric M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Trafficking of Myelin Proteins and Neurotrophins@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARobert D. Hawkins

Columbia
【Keywords】Cognition(9+0); LTP(1+4); Vision(4+0); Learning(0+3); Learning and memory(0+3); Social(3+0); Synapse(1+1); Form(1+1); Context(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Hippocampus(0+2); Structure(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Environment(1+0); Reflex(0+1); Decision making(1+0); Language(1+0); Inference(1+0); Bayesian(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Mathematics(3+0); Gene(0+2); Cell culture(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Computation(2+0); Model(2+0); Theory(2+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Science(9);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2013 — 2017; Recipients: Hawkins, Robert D; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neurotrophins, Spontaneous Release, and Synaptic Growth Cascades@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1000202Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAKathleen Millen

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+18); Cerebellum(0+6); Structure(0+4); Disease(0+4); Mutant(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Autism(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Sense(0+2); Perception(0+2); Motor(0+2); Posture(0+2); Emotion(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+10); Mouse(0+10);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASteven Buck

UW
【Keywords】Color(0+4); Vision(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Object(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Psychophysics(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARajat Rohatgi

Stanford
【Keywords】Development(5+2); Signal transduction(0+3); Regulation(1+1); Membrane(2+0); Environment(0+2); Disease(0+2); Body(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Receptor(1+0); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Face(0+1); Stress(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+3);
【Methods】Protein(1+3); Gene(1+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(4); eLife(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMichelle Cao

Stanford
【Keywords】Sleep(20+1); Disorder(4+0); Hormone(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Opioids(1+0); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Sleep Medicine Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAPaola Arlotta

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(6+3); Disease(4+4); Dynamics(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Reprogramming(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Spine(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Brain injury(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Sense(0+1); Context(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(7+6); Stem Cell(2+2); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Model(4+2); Cell culture(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Investigation of the molecular mechanisms governing development and reprogramming of neuronal subtypes in the
mammalian cerebral cortex.
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jeffrey D. MacklisMohammed A Mostajo-Radji, Simona Lodato, Randall J Platt, Giorgia Quadrato, Caroline Rouaux, Ashwin S. Shetty, Bradley J. Molyneaux, Xin Jin, Bruna S. PaulsenDaniel R. BergerYears: 2018; Recipients: Arlotta, Paola; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 3 Arlotta@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 0.934Prof.
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
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJohn H.K. Liu

UCSD
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+1); Development(0+1); Circadian(0+1); Blood flow(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIAAA??Bethesda, MD, USAGeorge Kunos

NIH-NIAAA
【Keywords】Receptor(24+6); Metabolism(2+2); Cannabinoids(3+0); Development(2+0); Disease(1+1); Inflammation(2+0); Injury(2+0); Cardiovascular(1+1); Regulation(0+1); Structure(1+0); Glial cell(1+0); Cell migration(1+0); Regeneration(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Alcohol(0+1); Food Intake(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(7+1); Human(2+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(5+0); Model(2+0); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Pharmacological Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
026905
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJames Olson

UW
【Keywords】Transcription(0+8); Mutant(0+4); Disease(0+4); Development(0+2); Neuronal differentiation(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Motor(0+2);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+6); Microarray(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADavid M. Ornitz

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(3+9); Injury(2+6); Receptor(2+4); Regeneration(0+5); Olfaction(1+4); Differentiation(0+3); Sense(0+3); Cardiovascular(0+3); Regulation(1+1); Sodium channel(0+2); Proliferation(1+1); Pathogenesis(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Seizure(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Cell lineage(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Branching(0+1); Aging(0+1); Dystonia(0+1); Pediatric(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Respiratory(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(1+2); In vivo(0+2); Channel(0+1);
【Research】FGF signaling in cardiovascular, lung, skeletal, and inner ear development, injury response, and regeneration
【Publications】Cell(3); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJonathan Berger

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Learning(10+0); Dynamics(5+0); Neural network(5+0); Machine learning(4+0); Vision(2+0); Navigation(2+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Environment(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Sense(1+0); Retina(1+0); Self-motion(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Motor(1+0); Execution(1+0); Memory(1+0); Grid cell(1+0); Attention(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Social(1+0); Intelligence(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Neural codes(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Chaos(1+0); Artificial intelligence(1+0); LIP(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(3+1); Theory(3+1); Model(2+0); Tracing(1+0); Data analysis(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(4); PNAS(1); eLife(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(8);
【Reviews】Physical Review(3); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003850Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAUlrich Mueller

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+3); CNS(0+2); Disease(0+2); Hair cell(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Evolutionary(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+2); Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGregory W Albers

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

NYU
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(0+5); Metabolism(0+4); Cognition(0+2); Frontal lobe(0+2); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Amphetamine(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(0+3); PET(0+2); Data analysis(0+1);
【Research】Cerebral structural and functional abnormalities in schizophrenia
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJacqueline French

NYU
【Keywords】Epilepsy(1+1); Disorder(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Cannabinoids(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】New therapeutics for epilepsy
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJon Levine

UCSF
【Keywords】Pain(0+6); Signal transduction(0+3); CNS(0+3); Sense(0+3); Modulation(0+1); Inflammation(0+1); Opioids(0+1); Neuropathic pain(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Signal Transduction and Second Messenger Signaling in Pain Sensory Neurons; CNS Pain Control Mechanisms: Neural-Endocrine Control of Inflammation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAIan G. Dobbins

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Neurology(4+0); Tumor(3+0); Pediatric(3+0); Stroke(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Neuro-oncology(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAVinit Mahajan

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(4+7); Therapy(1+3); Development(2+1); Degeneration(2+1); Vision(3+0); Retina(2+1); Structure(0+2); Translation(1+1); Age-related(1+1); Optical(2+0); Genetically modify(0+1); Mutant(1+0); Knockout(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Environment(0+1); Aging(1+0); Photoreceptor(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+7); Mouse(0+6); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Protein(2+4); Model(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Virus(1+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dennis D. CunninghamYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Bassuk, Alexander G [⬀] Mahajan, Vinit BTsang, Stephen H (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanistic Studies On Regenerative Medicine Approaches to Childhood Blindness@ University of Iowa; Matching Score: 0.976Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USADimitris Placantonakis

NYU
【Keywords】Embryo(2+3); Tumor(3+2); 5-HT(2+0); Pathogenesis(1+1); Imaging(1+1); Mutant(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Epilepsy(1+0); Development(1+0); Neurogenesis(0+1); Self-renewal(1+0); Neural lineage(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Spine(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Autism(1+0); Biomarker(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Vision(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Context(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(15+11); Human(3+3); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); In vitro(1+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】Neural stem cell function in neurogenesis, gliomagenesis and neuropsychiatric disorders
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John P. Welsh, Lorenz Studer, Viviane TabarN. Sumru Bayin, Aram S. ModrekYears: 2018; Recipients: Placantonakis, Dimitris G.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Gpr133 in Glioblastoma@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1001853Assist Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAKenneth H. Fischbeck

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

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKatrin Andreasson

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(18+0); Disease(7+5); Neurology(6+0); Inflammation(5+1); Alzheimer's disease(5+0); Neuroprotection(4+0); Ischemia(4+0); Development(3+0); Neuroprotective(3+0); Sclerosis(3+0); Imaging(3+0); Regulation(2+0); LTP(2+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Parkinson's disease(1+1); Cognition(2+0); Metabolism(0+2); Transgenic(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Microglia(1+0); CNS(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Motor Neuron(1+0); Spatial learning(1+0); A2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Human(0+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(13+0); PET(2+0); Gene(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(6); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Paul F. WorleyEdward Nesbitt WilsonYears: 2017; Recipients: Andreasson, Katrin I.; Code: RF1; Title/Keywords: Regulation of Immune Cell Metabolism in Aging and Alzheimer's Disease: Role of the Kynurenine Pathway@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958006532Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMichael Levitt

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(11+6); Dynamics(5+0); Amino acid(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Inference(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Development(1+0); Language(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(11+6); Model(3+2); Simulation(4+1); Theory(1+1); Bioinformatics(2+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); PNAS(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
038630Prof.
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
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKevin Bender

UCSF
【Keywords】Addiction(0+3); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Synaptic integration(0+1); Axon(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Spine(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Learning(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms and Function of Neuromodulation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADennis L. Barbour

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

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Development(6+3); Axon(6+3); Axonal transport(2+2); Motor(0+4); Disease(0+3); Regulation(1+1); Receptor(2+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Body(0+2); Plasticity(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Mitochondria(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Form(0+1); Auditory(1+0); Reaching(0+1); Aggression(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(7+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(3+2); In vivo(3+0); Protein(1+1); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】Unit on Neuronal Cell Biology
【Publications】Cell(7); JNS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000288
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKathryn Moler

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(5+0); Structure(4+0); Depth(2+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Microscopy(4+0); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(17); Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007726Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAClifford Hume

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Transcription(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Hair cell(0+2); Disease(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAGary Patti

WUSTL
【Keywords】Metabolism(6+6); Membrane(1+1); Imaging(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon(1+0); Disease(0+1); Hypoxia(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Form(0+1); Pain(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】To understand the metabolic crosstalk between cells and tissues in disease models such as cancer by using isotopes and metabolomics
【Publications】Nature(6); Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005793Assoc Prof.
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USASusan M. Resnick

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Aging(6+2); Cognition(4+3); Imaging(3+1); Memory(1+2); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); ApoE(2+0); Gait(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Development(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Vestibular(1+0); Posture(1+0); Context(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Hormone(0+1); Diffusion MRI(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); PET(2+0); MRI(1+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Laboratory of Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASeung K Kim MD

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USALawrence S. Shapiro

Columbia
【Keywords】Adhesion(3+5); Structure(1+1); Motor Neuron(0+2); Ion Channel(0+1); Axon(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Form(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】Synapses and Circuits; Axon Pathfinding and Synaptogenesis; Biophysics/Ion Channels; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Science(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wayne A. HendricksonNeal D. Amin, Jared M. Sampson, Saurabh D. Patel, Robert Townley, Jesko Koehnke, Melissa A. Walker, Titus BoggonYears: 2018; Recipients: Shapiro, Lawrence S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Structure and Mechanism of Pemphigus Autoantibodies@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USALarry Abbott

Columbia
【Keywords】Sense(2+4); Neural network(3+3); Olfaction(2+1); Dynamics(2+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Motor(1+1); Spiking Neural Network(2+0); Recurrent Neural Network(2+0); Mushroom body(2+0); Ion Channel(1+0); HCN(1+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); STDP(1+0); Signal propagation(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Perception(0+1); Motor Neuron(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Grid cell(1+0); Associative learning(1+0); Encoding(0+1); Chaos(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(1+0); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+3); Computation(1+3); Theory(1+1); Mathematics(0+2); Behavior(1+0); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Computation and Theory; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory;
【Publications】Nature(5); Cell(1); Neuron(6); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Howard J. SchnitzerDaniel J. Needleman, Andrew JP Fink, Frances Chance, Sean Luo, Kanaka Rajan, Clifton Rumsey, Kamal Sen, David Sussillo, Carl van Vreeswijk, Greg Wayne, Patrick Kaifosh, Emilio Salinas, Mark S. Goldman, Sen Song, Hamid Reza Maei, Patrick J. Drew, Christian D. Swinehart, Tim Vogels, Joseph D. Monaco, Evan S. Schaffer, Qing Yuan, Saul Kato, Ann Kennedy, Brian D. DePasquale, Claudia Clopath, Vladimir Itskov, Taro Toyoizumi, Pablo Esteban Jercog, Guangyu Yang, Wulfram Gerstner, Jonathan E. Peelle, Xaq Pitkow, Omri Barak, Sean EscolaEve Marder, Sacha B. Nelson, Gordon Pipa, Stefano Fusi038412Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADaniel H. Geschwind

UCLA
【Keywords】Autism(0+6); Neurology(0+4); Disease(0+2); Psychiatry(0+2); Development(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】Gene(0+5); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAYehuda Ginosar

WUSTL
【Keywords】Pain(3+2); Anesthesia(0+3); Sleep(1+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Analgesics(0+1); Blood flow(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+1);
【Research】Identify interventions that may improve uteroplacental perfusion in chronic fetal asphyxia and to enhance intrauterine fetal growth and development
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USADoris Tsao

CalTech
【Keywords】Face(7+0); Color(3+0); Face perception(1+2); Temporal lobe(3+0); Neural Circuit(0+2); Contrast(2+0); Object recognition(0+2); Cognition(1+0); Vision(1+0); Striate cortex(1+0); Extrastriate cortex(1+0); Object(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Frontal lobe(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0); Posterior inferior temporal cortex(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(10+0); Human(3+0); Primate(1+1);
【Methods】fMRI(3+0); Single-unit recording(1+0);
【Research】Neural circuits underlying face perception and object recognition in primates
【Publications】Science(3); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(4); JNS(2); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Margaret LivingstoneTamara A. Knutsen, Simon Kornblith, Janis Karan Hesse, Jialiang Lu, Shay Ohayon, Pinglei Bao, Trinity B. Crapse, Joseph B. Wekselblatt, Danique Jeurissen, Le ChangYears: 2018; Recipients: Ortiz, Michael (co-PI) [⬀] Shapiro, MikhailShimojo, Shinsuke (co-PI) [⬀] Tsao, Doris Ying; 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: 1005985Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJohn C. Mazziotta

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

UCSF
【Keywords】Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Development(0+2); Developmental Disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+4);
【Research】Genetics and genomics of developmental neuropsychiatric disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, 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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARichard Gardner

UW
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【Research】Disorders of the Nervous System
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALennart Mucke

UCSF
【Keywords】Transgenic(0+3); Parkinson's disease(0+3); Cognition(0+3); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+2); Alzheimer's(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Memory(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Diseases Affecting Cognitive Functions
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
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
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJoseph L. Demer

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAKonstantin Ichtchenko

NYU
【Keywords】Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAWilliam Grisham

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

NYU
【Keywords】Hypothalamus(9+0); Aggression(6+0); Social behavior(2+1); Neural Circuit(1+1); Systems Neuroscience(2+0); Vision(2+0); Olfaction(2+0); Olfactory bulb(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Disease(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Social(1+0); Mating(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Decoding(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); Behavior(3+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Neural circuits that underlie social behaviors
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(4); JNS(2); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lawrence C. Katz, David J. AndersonAnnegret Lea FalknerYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Lin, Dayu; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Investigating the Neural Mechanism of Maternal Motivation@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1001595Assist Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPankaj Jay Pasricha MD

JHU
【Keywords】Visceral pain(0+3); Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Inflammation(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Translation(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Sense(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Gastrointestinal(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARachelle Gaudet

Harvard
【Keywords】Transporter(8+2); Structure(8+0); Ion Channel(3+1); TRP channel(2+1); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(1+1); Membrane(1+1); GABA(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Glia(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Disease(1+0); Infection(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Temperature(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(3+0); Mouse(1+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+1); Channel(3+0); Biochemistry(2+0); Computation(0+2); Gene(1+0); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Structural biology of signaling and transport across cellular membranes
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005880Prof.
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USAPeter R. Rapp

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

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Axon(3+2); Synapse(4+0); Neurology(3+0); Neuromuscular(3+0); Glutamate receptor(1+1); Structure(1+1); Membrane(2+0); Vesicle(2+0); Axonal transport(1+1); Olfaction(2+0); Structural plasticity(0+1); Glia(1+0); Development(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Vision(1+0); Form(0+1); Motor(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Stress(0+1); CA2(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Microscopy(0+3); Protein(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Channel(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】Structural Cell Biology Section
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ed White, Andy A. Cole, Bechara Kachar, Dennis Landis, John Heuser, Lucas Pozzo-MillerU. J. McMahanYears: 2009 — 2018; Recipients: Reese, Thomas S; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Dynamic Structural Properties of Synapses@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 1029163
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAVay Liang W. Go

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAChiang-Shan Ray Li

Yale
【Keywords】Disorder(0+3); Cognition(0+3); Imaging(0+3); Cognitive Control(0+2); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Resting state(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Psychophysics(0+2); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Alcohols; Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms; Mental Disorders; Biological Therapy; Central Nervous System; Nervous System; Nervous System Diseases; Psychological Phenomena; Therapeutics; Behavior Control; Research Subjects; Drug Users; Chemicals and Drugs; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAMichael Berry

Princeton
【Keywords】Structure(1+2); Retina(0+3); Microcircuit(0+2); Vision(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+1); Spectral(1+0); Neural codes(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); Visual cortex(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Mathematics(10+0); Computation(2+6); Theory(2+2); Multi-electrode(0+2); Behavior(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits ; Theory and Computation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert M. Westervelt, Markus MeisterHyewon Kim, Ilana B. Witten, Hanlin Tang, Javier Alejandro Masis, Bas van Opheusden, Greg Schwartz, Dario Amodei, Sophie Françoise Janine Bagur, Jason L. Puchalla, Elad Schneidman, Ronen SegevWilliam BialekYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Berry, Michael J; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Temporal Sequence Learning in the Cortex@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1053584Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAElizabeth Engle

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(8+4); Disorder(5+3); Axon(2+3); Vision(4+0); Imaging(3+1); Axon guidance(3+0); Motor(3+0); Muscle(3+0); Axon growth(1+1); Disease(0+2); Developmental Disorder(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Glia(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Autism(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Face(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(1+0); Connection(0+1); LIP(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(10+3); Mouse(1+1); Zebrafish(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(6+3); MRI(3+0); Model(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cranial axon growth and guidance
【Publications】Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
E. Tessa Hedley-Whyte, Edward P. Richardson Jr.Matthew Frederick Rose006480Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAAnatol Kreitzer

UCSF
【Keywords】Basal ganglia(0+7); Synaptic Plasticity(0+3); Striatum(0+3); Motor(0+2); Neuromodulation(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); LTD(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Dystonia(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Depression(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Learning(0+1); Globus pallidus(0+1); Substantia nigra(0+1); Pars reticulata(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+4); Optogenetics(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Single-unit recording(0+1);
【Research】Synaptic Plasticity and Circuit Function in the Basal Ganglia
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
NIH-NIEHS??Bethesda, MD, USASerena Dudek

NIH-NIEHS
【Keywords】CA2(13+2); Synaptic Plasticity(8+1); Development(3+6); Plasticity(3+2); Environment(0+5); Synapse(4+1); Hippocampus(5+0); LTD(3+0); Regulation(2+0); NMDA receptor(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Oscillation(2+0); Learning and memory(2+0); Entorhinal cortex(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); LTP(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Angelman(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(0+1); Depression(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Vision(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Long-term memory(1+0); Context(1+0); Social(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Connection(0+1); Visual cortex(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+1); Human(0+2); Rat(1+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+1); Behavior(2+1); In vitro(2+0); Model(2+0); Gene(1+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1); eLife(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary Lynch, Mark F. Bear, Michael FriedlanderRitika Patil, Daniel Lustberg, Paul R. Evans, Mahsa Samadi, J. Paige Adams, Georgia M. Alexander, Douglas Caruana, Maile Henson, Ramendra N. Saha, Shannon FarrisJohn Raymond Hepler, W Scott Young005956
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAEmilio Bizzi

MIT
【Keywords】Motor(5+9); Muscle(4+6); Motor control(2+3); Motor learning(2+2); Posture(2+0); Language(0+2); Structure(0+1); CNS(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Vestibular(0+1); Finger(0+1); Execution(1+0); Memory(1+0); Consolidation(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Motor cortex(1+0); Primary motor cortex (M1)(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(5+3); Human(4+1); Rat(0+2); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+4); Model(0+3); Microstimulation(0+2); Computation(1+1); Gene(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Motor Control and Motor Learning; Combination of Motor Primitives
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Brain Research Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Giuseppe Moruzzi, Edward Vaughan EvartsIahn Cajigas, Helene G. Moorman, Christopher G. Atkeson, Max Berniker, Yoky Matsuoka, Joseph McIntyre, Joseph S. Perkell, Jinsook Roh, Javid Sadr, Thomas A. Zeffiro, Jinsook Roh, Tamar Flash, Matthew C. Tresch, Andrea d'Avella, Camillo Padoa-Schioppa, Simon A. Overduin, Alessandro D'Ausilio, Vincent Chi Kwan Cheung, Andrew Garmory Richardson, Rob Ajemian, Simon F. Giszter, Theodore E. Milner, Pietro Morasso, Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi, Reza Shadmehr, Peter Thier, Vincent Chi Kwan Cheung, Vittorio Caggiano, Terence Sanger, Andrea d'Avella, Wasim Q. MalikYears: 2013 — 2014; Recipients: Bizzi, Emilio; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Crcns 2013 Pi Meeting At Massachusetts Institute of Technology@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1027242Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAElissa A. Hallem

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAGreg Horwitz 

UW
【Keywords】Color(0+8); Vision(0+6);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+6); Gene(0+2); Psychophysics(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Microstimulation(0+2);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Computational Neuroscience; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
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.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaLe Chang

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Object(2+18); Face(2+12); Photoreceptor(2+1); Retina(1+1); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Perception(1+0); Vision(0+1); Adaptation(1+0); Color(1+0); Object recognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Semantic(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(0+3); Primate(1+2); Mouse(2+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】Model(0+8); Computation(0+5); MRI(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microstimulation(1+0);
【Research】Object Vision
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Shigang He, Doris Y. TsaoYears: 2011; Recipients: Chang, Le; Code: P20; Title/Keywords: Evaluation of Natural Products as Therapeutic Agents For Nicotine Dependence@ University of Hawaii At Manoa; Matching Score: 0.909000293Investigator
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
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMartin Picard

Columbia
【Keywords】Mitochondria(7+0); Aging(5+0); Muscle(5+0); Stress(4+1); Membrane(4+0); Disease(2+1); Morphology(3+0); Metabolism(3+0); Structure(2+0); Development(2+0); Synapse(1+1); Dysfunction(2+0); Neuroendocrine(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Exercise(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】Mitochondrial genetics (mtDNA); Cellular Signaling ; Mitochondrial Synapses and Network Behavior ; Stress Pathophysiology; Epigenetics ; Systems Biology; Clinical Mitochondrial Disease ;
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003170Assist Prof.
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USACarlos Lois

CalTech
【Keywords】Transgenic(2+1); Development(2+1); Dendrite(3+0); Synapse(1+2); Olfaction(3+0); Olfactory bulb(3+0); Neurogenesis(2+0); Vision(2+0); Learning(1+1); Glia(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(10+0); Songbird(1+1); Mouse(1+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Gene(2+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Neuronal Circuits, Synapses, Brain Connectivity
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(3); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); PLoS Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Arturo Alvarez-Buylla, David BaltimoreChristian T. Wentz, Chia-Wei Lin, Benjamin Scott, Wolfgang Kelsch, Bo Wang, Sanjay MagaviYears: 2019; Recipients: Lois, CarlosProber, David Aaron [⬀] ; Code: R34; Title/Keywords: A Genetically Encoded Method to Trace Neuronal Circuits in the Zebrafish Brain@ California Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1011819Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKrishna Shenoy

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(10+0); Motor cortex(7+0); Dynamics(4+0); Brain-Computer Interface(3+0); Premotor cortex(3+0); Vision(2+0); Brain-Machine Interface(2+0); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Depth(1+0); Self-motion perception(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Motor(1+0); Reaching(1+0); Motor learning(1+0); Execution(1+0); Posture(1+0); Heading perception(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Machine(1+0); PFC(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Monkey(3+0); Primate(2+0); Macaque(1+0);
【Methods】LFP(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0); Computation(2+0); Model(2+0); Algorithm(2+0); Electrical stimulation(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(3); JNS(2); Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(1); eLife(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gordon L. Shaw, Clifton G. Fonstad, Richard A. AndersenAlexander M. Chan, Chia-Jung Chang, Paul Nuyujukian, Justin Foster, Werapong Goo, Cora Ames, Jonathan Kao, Daniel J. O'Shea, Sergey Stavisky, Eric M. Trautmann, Stephen I. Ryu, Caleb Kemere, Gopal Santhanam, Byron M. Yu, Afsheen Afshar, John Patrick Cunningham, Vikash Gilja, Cynthia A. Chestek, Rachel S. Kalmar, Zuley Rivera-Alvidrez, Matthew T. Kaufman, Joline Fan, Jonathan A. Michaels, Vikash Gilja, Paul Kalanithi, David Sussillo, Chandramouli Chandrasekaran, Aaron P. Batista, Byron M. Yu, John Patrick Cunningham, Mark M. Churchland, Ilka Diester, Cynthia A. Chestek, Matthew T. Kaufman, Chethan PandarinathManeesh Sahani, Stephen I. Ryu, Karl Deisseroth, Michael Black, Matthew G. MacDougallYears: 2009 — 2012; Recipients: Black, Michael J (co-PI) [⬀] Shenoy, Krishna V; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Toward An Animal Model of Freely Moving Humans@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1012939Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJason Yeatman

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Learning(0+3); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Dyslexia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Neural Circuits; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARussell Van Gelder

UW
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+4); Circadian(0+4); Entrainment(0+4); Embryo(0+2); Disease(0+2); Inflammation(0+2); Retina(0+2); Sense(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Bird(0+2);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+2); Cell culture(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAEric Young

JHU
【Keywords】Auditory(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Interneuron(0+1); Speech(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAVolker Hartenstein

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+18); Embryo(0+10); Regulation(0+2); Body(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); Embryology(0+1); Axon(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Vision(0+1); Form(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+12); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Protein(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADaibhid O Maoileidigh

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(3+0); Homeostatic(2+0); Transcription(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Sense(1+0); Perception(1+0); Auditory(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(3+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000345Assist Prof.
NIH-NIDDK??Bethesda, MD, USALee S. Weinstein

NIH-NIDDK
【Keywords】Metabolism(2+8); Energy balance(1+3); Hypothalamus(3+1); Regulation(0+3); Receptor(2+0); Disease(1+1); Hormone(1+1); Development(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Form(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Food Intake(0+1); Body Weight(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Paraventricular nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(4+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(2+3); Protein(3+2); Model(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】Metabolic Diseases Branch
【Publications】Cell(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASolange Brown MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Perception(0+4); Optical(0+2); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Attention(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Anatomy(0+2); Computation(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】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, USAAakanksha Singhvi

UW
【Keywords】Sense(0+4); Glia(0+2); Development(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Memory(0+2); Autism(0+1); Aging(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience; Sensory Systems; Disorders of the Nervous system; and Invertebrate Neurobiology
Singhvi Lab
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAChristopher Harvey

Harvard
【Keywords】Dynamics(4+6); PPC(0+8); Navigation(6+1); Dendrite(6+0); Imaging(4+2); Spine(4+0); Sense(3+1); Place cell(4+0); Learning(2+1); Decision making(0+3); Working memory(0+3); Neural codes(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Structure(2+0); Microcircuit(0+2); Perception(2+0); Memory(2+0); Neural encoding(2+0); V1(2+0); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Motor(0+1); Context(0+1); Spatial navigation(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+4);
【Methods】Computation(0+8); Behavior(3+4); Model(2+3); Electrophysiology(0+2); Optogenetics(2+0); Statistics(2+0); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Neural circuits underlying cognitive behaviors in mice
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(4); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Karel Svoboda, David W. TankAaron T Kuan, Laura Nicole Driscoll, Selmaan Chettih, Matthias Minderer, Shinichiro Kira, Noah Pettit, Anna Jaffe, Ari S. Morcos, Caroline A. Runyan, Alice Wang, Alan J. Emanuel, Houman SafaaiYears: 2018; Recipients: Harvey, Christopher DLee, Wei-Chung Allen (co-PI) [⬀] Panzeri, Stefano Vt; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Studying Perceptual Decision-Making Across Cortex by Combining Population Imaging, Connectomics, and Computational Modeling@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958003252Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USASteven Burden

NYU
【Keywords】Synapse formation(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Neuromuscular synapse formation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerald Fischbach, Anthony Stretton, U. J. McMahanElizabeth D. Prescott, Alexander Jaworski, Natalie Kim , Amy L. Stiegler, Matthew B. Friese, Peter T. Hallock, Andrea M. Gomez, Mendell Rimer, Scott J. NowakYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Burden, Steven; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Agrin/Lrp4/Musk/Dok-7 Signaling in Disassembly of Neuromuscular Synapses During Aging.@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.915Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAEric Kandel

Columbia
【Keywords】Learning(0+2); Learning and memory(0+2); Genetically modify(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTP(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Age-related(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Sense(1+0); Form(1+0); Reflex(0+1); Memory(1+0); Long-term memory(0+1); Knowledge(1+0); Hippocampus(0+1); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neurogenetics; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Biophysics/Ion Channels; Synapses and Circuits; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(3); Neuron(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harry Grundfest, Wade Marshall, Stephen Kuffler, Ladislav TaucRaghu Kiran Appasani, Ben S. Huang, John J. Marshall, Jenny Shao, Rern Lau, David Tukey, Ruby Hsu, Yin Li, Heidi Kay Smith, Emi Ling, Hal Blumenfeld, Edmonds Brian, John H. Byrne, William N. Frost, Wayne Hening, Arnold R. Kriegstein, Dietmar Kuhl, Daniele Piomelli, Stephen G. Rayport, Lee Zuckerman, Seb Thuault, Celia Durkin, Howard Wachtel, Daniel Gardner, Edgar T. Walters, Michael M. Segal, Vincent F. Castellucci, Lise S. Eliot, Timothy E. Kennedy, Bong-Kiun Kaang, Christopher Todd Anderson, Lei Wang, Christopher J. Pittenger, Amit Etkin, Sally Till, Priyamvada Rajasethupathy, Thomas W. Abrams, Juan Marcos Alarcon, Cristina M. Alberini, Mark Barad, James E. Blankenship, Tom Carew, Gregory A. Clark, Pramod Dash, Lenzie Katherine Ford, Seth Grant, Yinghe Hu, Kaoru Inokuchi, Christoph Kellendonk, Clifford Kentros, Irving Kupfermann, Kelsey C. Martin, Earl Mayeri, Mark R. Mayford, Francisco J. Monje, Alexei Morozov, Isabel Muzzio, Thomas J. O'Dell, Susan L. Patterson, Paul Pfaffinger, Harold Pinsker, Richard Scheller, Gleb Shumyatsky, Kausik Si, Joe Tsien, Harshad D. Vishwasrao, Andrea Volterra, Danny Winder, Min Zhuo, Abid Hussaini, Pablo Esteban Jercog, Xiang Li, Chirag Upreti, Arun Asok, Christopher A. de Solis, John D. Koester, Nicholas Dale, J. David Sweatt, David L. Glanzman, Jean-François Brunet, Michael A. Kiebler, Peter V. Nguyen, Ted Abel, Hyon Son, Shinya Kuroda, Joung-Hun Kim, Matthew F. Nolan, Dinko Kranjac, Ottavio Arancio, Khalid Touzani, Pierre Trifilieff, Michael A. ColicosEugene P Brandon, Donald Peter Cain, Paul Greengard, Robert U. Muller, James H. Schwartz, Steven A. Siegelbaum, Stephen J. Smith, Stanislav S. ZakharenkoYears: 2012 — 2016; Recipients: Ju, Jingyue [⬀] Kandel, Eric R (co-PI) Moroz, Leonid L (co-PI) [⬀] Sander, Chris; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Genomic Approaches to Deciphering Memory Circuits@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939Prof.
NIH-NEI??Bethesda, MD, USABevil R Conway

NIH-NEI
【Keywords】Color(18+3); Vision(13+3); V1(6+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(6+0); Face(4+0); Cognition(0+3); Visual cortex(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Structure(2+0); Color perception(2+0); Object(2+0); Categorization(0+2); Neuroaesthetics(2+0); V4(2+0); Posterior inferior temporal cortex(2+0); Differentiation(1+0); Sense(0+1); Perception(1+0); Retina(1+0); Striate cortex(1+0); Extrastriate cortex(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Memory(0+1); Social cognition(0+1); Language(1+0); Emotion(0+1); Decoding(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(20+0); Human(3+5); Monkey(4+0); Primate(0+3); Non-human primate(0+2);
【Methods】Computation(1+3); Psychophysics(1+2); MRI(0+2); fMRI(2+0); Model(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Single-unit recording(1+0); MEG(0+1); Microstimulation(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Theory(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Sensation, Cognition and Action Section
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(3); Curr Biol.(1); PLoS Biol.(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Margaret Livingstone, David HubelRosa Lafer-Sousa, Theodros M HaileThorsten Hansen002858
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPeter S Kim

Stanford
【Keywords】Therapy(3+0); Tumor(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Memory(2+0); Glutamate(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Infection(1+0); S2(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Gene(2+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001037Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAAriel Levine

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Development(4+1); Motor(1+4); Sense(0+3); Motor control(2+0); Plasticity(0+1); Cell cycle(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Depth(0+1); Body(0+1); Interneuron(1+0); Muscle(0+1); Learning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(4+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(0+1); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+3); Model(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Spinal Circuits and Plasticity Unit
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USANicholas Schork

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Development(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Data analysis(0+3); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKeith J. Holyoak

UCLA
【Keywords】Reasoning(0+2); Knowledge(0+2); PFC(0+2); Synchrony(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+4); Computation(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAKenneth Miller

Columbia
【Keywords】Vision(9+1); Sense(2+5); Development(4+2); Visual cortex(5+1); Learning(3+1); Structure(0+3); LIP(2+1); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Attention(2+0); Decision making(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Barrel cortex(0+1); Motor(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(0+1); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(3+5); Model(4+0); Theory(2+2); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Sensory Physiology; Synapses and Circuits; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(5); JNS(3); Neural Computation(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael P. StrykerAndrew Kayser, Anton Edward Krukowski, Thomas Z. Lauritzen, Brendan K. Murphy, Daniel B. Rubin, Avi Ziskind, Wujie Zhang, Aylin Cimenser, Tatyana Sharpee, Hiroki Sugihara, Taro Toyoizumi, Todd W. Troyer, Stephanie E. Palmer, Xaq Pitkow, Yashar AhmadianDavid Ferster, Stephanie E. PalmerYears: 2018; Recipients: Miller, Kenneth DScanziani, Massimo (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Understanding V1 Circuit Dynamics and Computations@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1009377Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARudy Behnia

Columbia
【Keywords】Membrane(7+0); Vision(3+2); Sense(0+3); Dendrite(2+0); Spine(2+0); Photoreceptor(0+2); Color(0+2); Learning(2+0); Fear(2+0); Optical(2+0); Amygdala(2+0); Environment(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(1+0); Perception(0+1); Depth(0+1); Object(0+1); Face(0+1); Touch(0+1); Taste(0+1); PFC(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(4+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Behavior(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Synapses and Circuits ; Systems and Circuits ;
【Publications】Nature(4); Cell(3);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Adam G. Carter, Claude DesplanMaia Weisenhaus001303Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAChandra Sen

NYU
【Keywords】Development(4+0); Planning(2+0); Neurology(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000342Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAOyekunle Olukotun

Stanford
【Keywords】Language(7+0); Memory(2+0); Structure(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lance S. Hammond, Ayodele Thomas, Chaiyasit Manovit, Manohar K. Prabhu, Brian D. CarlstromYears: 2016 — 2020; Recipients: Re, Christopher (co-PI) [⬀] Olukotun, Oyekunle; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Shf: Medium: Collaborative Research: From Volume to Velocity: Big Data Analytics in Near-Realtime@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARon Dror

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(10+0); Structure(8+0); Dynamics(8+0); Transporter(2+0); Machine(2+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Perception(1+0); Vision(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(5+0); Simulation(5+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Biophysics(1+0); Computation(1+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(9); Cell(3); Neuron(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(1); PNAS(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edward H. AdelsonYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Dror, Ron; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Discovering the Mechanism of Gpcr-Mediated Arrestin Stimulation to Enable Effective Drug Therapies@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1019778Assoc Prof.
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaXiang Yu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Development(5+9); Spine(3+11); Sense(1+13); Dendrite(7+3); Autism(3+3); Neural Circuit(1+5); Sensory experience(0+5); Disorder(1+4); Synaptic Transmission(1+2); Plasticity(1+2); Environment(2+1); Synapse(1+2); Adhesion(1+1); Form(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Synapse maturation(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Vision(0+1); Somatosensory(0+1); Social(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Homeostatic(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Dendrite Development and Neural Circuit Formation
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert C. MalenkaMax Kleiman-Weiner, Yi-Rong Peng003442Senior Investigator
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKaren M. Lyons

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Context(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Cell culture(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAKenneth Norman

Princeton
【Keywords】Memory(10+5); Cognition(5+0); Learning(3+2); Hippocampus(5+0); Context(3+0); Retrieval(2+0); Neural network(1+1); Imaging(2+0); Neuroimaging(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Oscillation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Aging(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Memory Reconsolidation(1+0); Extinction(1+0); Attention(1+0); Fear(1+0); Sleep(0+1); Bayesian(1+0); Frontal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Model(6+3); fMRI(2+1); Behavior(2+0); EEG(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Human Neuroscience ; Theory and Computation
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2);
【Reviews】Psychological Review(3); Annual Review Of Psychology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John D.E. Gabrieli, Daniel Schacter, Randall C. O'ReillyVaidehi S. Natu, Taylor Beck, Megan deBettencourt, Ghootae Kim, Chris Moore, Chris P. Said, Greg Detre, Stephanie C.Y. Chan, Qihong Lu, Sean M. Polyn, Ehren L. Newman, Susan Robison, Matthew Weber, Gregory J. Detre, Sam J. Gershman, Anna C. Schapiro, Per B. Sederberg, Jeremy R. Manning, Janice Chen, Aaron M. Bornstein, Ida Momennejad, Sarah DuBrow, Manoj Kumar, Joel R. Quamme, Jarrod A. Lewis-Peacock, Christopher A. BaldassanoErika Marie NyhusYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Hasson, Uri [⬀] Norman, Kenneth A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Dynamics Supporting Integration and Recall Over Long Timescales During Natural Continuous Input@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1010669Prof.
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
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARosa Cao

Stanford
【Keywords】Morphology(1+0); Blood flow(1+0);
【Models】Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ned Block, Christopher I. Moore000239Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAndrew C. Charles

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Mitochondria(3+7); Axon(6+0); Regulation(3+0); Axonal transport(3+0); Imaging(3+0); Structure(2+0); Structural plasticity(2+0); Disease(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Alpha-synuclein(2+0); Fatigue(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Development(1+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(8+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+0); Protein(2+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(4); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas L. SchwarzYears: 2019; Recipients: Wang, Xinnan; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: A Mitochondrial Membrane-Spanning Ternary Complex Regulates Mitochondrial Motility@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002121Assoc Prof.
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USANico U.F. Dosenbach

WUSTL
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+3); Brain injury(0+3); Development(1+1); Perinatal(0+2); Motor(0+2); Therapy(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Methodology(0+1); Resting state(0+1); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+1);
【Methods】MRI(1+8); fMRI(1+4); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Functional network plasticity in development and brain injury
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven E. PetersenYears: 2015 — 2019; Recipients: Dosenbach, Nico; Code: K23; Title/Keywords: Pediatric Brain Injury Recovery Via Use-Driven Functional Network Reorganization@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPatricia I. Dickson

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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, USARobert Cancro

NYU
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(0+3); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); PET(0+1);
【Research】Biologic classification of psychiatric disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emeritus
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJames Thomas

UW
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+2); 5-HT(0+2); GABA(0+2); Acetylcholine(0+2); Receptor(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Potassium channel(0+2); Structure(0+2); Environment(0+2); Sense(0+2); Motor Neuron(0+2); Muscle(0+2);
【Models】C. elegans(0+6);
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Protein(0+2); Channel(0+2); Microscopy(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAKen Wexler

MIT
【Keywords】Language(1+14); Language acquisition(2+1); Development(1+1); Learning(0+2); Acquisition(2+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Autism(0+1); Syntax(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Comprehension(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Theory(0+3); Gene(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAntonello Bonci MD

JHU
【Keywords】VTA(0+3); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); LTP(0+2); LTD(0+2); Drugs of Abuse(0+2); PFC(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Cocaine(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Nucleus accumbens(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAArthur Horwich

Yale
【Keywords】Mutant(0+2); Disease(0+2); Motor Neuron(0+2); Development(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+3); Model(0+1);
【Research】Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; Genetics; Motor Neurons; Neurosciences; Pediatrics; Superoxide Dismutase; Protein Folding; Neurodegenerative Diseases.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAnton Bennett

Yale
【Keywords】Muscle(0+4); Differentiation(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Protein(0+3); Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMaureen Neitz

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+6); Therapy(0+3); Environment(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Primate(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAPietro De Camilli

Yale
【Keywords】Membrane(0+14); Synapse(0+3); Disease(0+3); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Alzheimer Disease; Cell Membrane; Cell Biology; Endocytosis; Neurosciences; Parkinson Disease; Synapses; Lipid Metabolism.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABarnett A. Schlinger

UCLA
【Keywords】Steroid(0+6); Hormone(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Transcription(0+1); CNS(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1);
【Models】Bird(0+1); Songbird(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJulie Arenberg 

UW
【Keywords】Auditory(0+3); Modulation(0+1); Brain-Computer Interface(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Psychophysics(0+2); Electrical stimulation(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Brain-Computer Interfaces; Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USARandall J. Bateman

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disease(1+11); CNS(2+3); Metabolism(1+4); Neurology(2+0); APP(2+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+3); Non-human primate(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+3); In vivo(1+3); In vitro(0+2); Biochemistry(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); MRI(0+1);
【Research】Alzheimer disease pathophysiology
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAKristen L. Kroll

WUSTL
【Keywords】Development(8+11); Embryo(7+3); Transcription(4+4); Differentiation(3+5); Developmental Disorder(2+6); Acquisition(3+5); Interneuron(1+6); Cell fate(1+4); Pluripotent stem cells(1+4); Disorder(0+5); Autism(1+4); Regulation(1+3); Epilepsy(0+4); Neurogenesis(2+2); Neuronal differentiation(2+1); Disease(1+2); Cell cycle(2+0); Transplantation(0+2); Schizophrenia(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Proliferation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Pain(0+1); Finger(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Encoding(0+1); Connection(1+0); Temporal lobe(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); Striatum(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(10+12); Human(2+7); Mouse(0+3); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+8); Model(1+7); Protein(1+0); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Transcriptional and epigenetic regulation of neural development and its dysregulation in neurodevelopmental disorders
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John GerhartYears: 2008 — 2016; Recipients: Kroll, Kristen L; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Transcriptional Regulation by Geminin@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJessica Treisman

NYU
【Keywords】Vision(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】
【Research】Pattern formation in the Drosophila visual system
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gerald M. RubinProf.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALouis Ptacek

UCSF
【Keywords】Circadian(0+4); Ion Channel(0+3); Disorder(0+3); Sleep(0+3); Potassium channel(0+2); Membrane(0+2); Rhythm(0+2); Development(0+2); Disease(0+2); Attention(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Mutant(0+1); Chloride(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Form(0+1); Face(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+8); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Channel(0+3); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Genetics and Biology of Human Nervous System Disorders
【Publications】
【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
006052
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USACharles Czeisler

Harvard
【Keywords】Sleep(13+3); Circadian(6+6); Disorder(1+1); Timing(1+1); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(1+0); Homeostatic(0+1); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Human(5+3);
【Methods】Gene(2+0);
【Research】Physiology of the human circadian timing system and its relationship to the sleep-wake cycle
【Publications】Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William DementJamie Zeitzer, Steven Henry Strogatz, Christian Cajochen, Claude Gronfier, Sean W. CainProf.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAHarvey J. Karten

UCSD
【Keywords】Vision(0+4); Retina(0+3); Receptor(0+2); Structure(0+2); Development(0+2); Sense(0+2); Body(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Comparative anatomy(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(0+2); Psychophysics(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Tracing(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Computational
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAHongzhen Hu

WUSTL
【Keywords】Receptor(10+2); Sense(5+4); Itch(6+1); Ion Channel(3+3); Membrane(4+1); Neurology(2+0); Inflammation(1+1); Gastrointestinal(1+1); Dynamics(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Peptide(1+0); TRP channel(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Environment(0+1); Pain(0+1); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Touch(1+0); Muscle(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Rat(1+0); C. elegans(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(4+0); Optogenetics(1+1); Gene(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Neuroimmune mechanisms of sensory processing at barrier surfaces
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003714Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAgueda Rostagno

NYU
【Keywords】Disease(4+0); Abeta(2+0); Glial cell(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Aging(1+0); Alzheimer's(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Gene(1+0); In vivo(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USASuraj P. Bhat

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAPaul H. Taghert

WUSTL
【Keywords】Circadian(9+9); Neuropeptide(4+0); Timing(0+4); Rhythm(2+1); Receptor(1+1); Neural Circuit(2+0); Circadian clock(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); Oscillation(0+1); Sense(0+1); Motor(0+1); Decoding(0+1); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(9+2);
【Methods】Behavior(1+2); Gene(2+0); In vivo(1+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Circadian physiology and behavior
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(5); JNS(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stephen Arch, James W. Truman, Corey S. GoodmanNicole Gong, Jingfeng Lin, Chen Ran, Mehmet Dokucu, Tarik Hadzic, Yiing Lin, Martha O'Brien, Lynn Schneider, Qi Xiao, Xitong Liang, Susan C.P. Renn, Ron J. Benveniste, Seol Hee H. Im, Laura B. Duvall, Erik C. Johnson, Orie T. Shafer, Philip F. Copenhaver, Randall S. HewesYears: 2018; Recipients: Taghert, Paul H; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Rhythmic Circadian Network Analysis@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
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
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.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USADennis Selkoe

Harvard
【Keywords】APP(1+4); Alzheimer's disease(4+0); Vesicle(2+0); Dysfunction(1+1); Tau(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Plasticity(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Glia(0+1); Microglia(1+0); Development(1+0); Environment(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Parkinson's(1+0); Tauopathies(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Motor(1+0); Memory(1+0); Decoding(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+2); Human(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Biochemistry(2+2); Gene(1+1); Protein(0+2); Model(0+2); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration in Alzheimer's and Parkinsons Diseases
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles F Barlow, Michael L. ShelanskiCarmela R. Abraham, Jay H. Chyung, William T. Kimberly, Brian M. Whalen, Matthew L. Hemming, Allen C. Chen, Irit Rappley, Soyon Y. Hong, Heather C. Rice, Edward H. Koo, Matthew J. LaVoie, Dominic Walsh, Nobuyuki Nukina, Christian Haass, Tracy L. Young-Pearse, Thomas Koeglsperger, Yasuo Ihara, Reisa SperlingYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Nuber, SilkeSelkoe, Dennis J; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Shifting Multimers: New Mouse and Culture Models of ?-Synuclein Truncation by Calpain in Pd@ Brigham and Women's Hospital; Matching Score: 0.91Prof.
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, USADavid Copenhagen

UCSF
【Keywords】Retina(0+7); Transporter(0+3); Regulation(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Development(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Glutamate(0+2); Vision(0+2); Signaling molecule(0+1); NMDA receptor(0+1); Chloride(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Color(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Multi-electrode(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Synaptic Interactions in the Retina: Pathways and Mechanisms
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