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CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USADean Mobbs

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

Columbia
【Keywords】Memory(7+2); Oscillation(8+0); Cognition(6+1); Hippocampus(6+1); Spatial navigation(5+1); Navigation(1+2); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Grid cell(2+0); Entorhinal cortex(2+0); Structure(0+1); Epilepsy(1+0); Environment(0+1); Disease(0+1); Aging(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sense(1+0); Vision(1+0); Learning(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Context(1+0); Timing(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Working memory(1+0);
【Models】Human(18+5); Rodent(2+1);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); LFP(2+0); EEG(2+0); Model(2+0); Electrophysiology(1+0); ECoG(1+0); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory;
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(5); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Jacob KahanaJonathan F. Miller, Salman E. Qasim, Andrew  J. Watrous, Shachar MaidenbaumYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Cohn, Susan L.Jacobs, Joshua JSolway, Julian; Code: UL1; Title/Keywords: Itm 2.0: Advancing Translational Science in Metropolitan Chicago@ University of Chicago; Matching Score: 0.961002896Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAYueqing Peng

Columbia
【Keywords】Sleep(0+12); Psychiatric disorder(0+3); Taste(3+0); Sense(0+2); Decision making(2+0); Mushroom body(2+0); Signaling molecule(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Plasticity(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Perception(0+1); Learning(0+1); Neural network(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(3+0); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Tracing(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Sleep; Systems and Circutis ; Epilepsy/Psychiatric Disorders ; Sensory Physiology;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(2); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000893Assist Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USAHeather A. Cameron

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Neurogenesis(8+4); Stress(2+3); Dentate gyrus(1+4); Hippocampus(3+0); Development(1+1); Synapse maturation(2+0); Learning and memory(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Regulation(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); Environment(1+0); Axon(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Fragile X(1+0); Olfaction(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning(0+1); Social(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Reward(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(0+1); CA3(0+1); Striatum(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+2); Human(3+0); Mouse(0+2); Rodent(2+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(6+4); Model(2+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】Section on Neuroplasticity
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); PLoS Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles A. Greer, Bruce S. McEwen, Ronald D.G. McKayRayna Carter, Jeffrey Mercurio, Jessica Choe, Lucas R. Glover, Alexandre G. Dayer, Ana I. Olariu, Jolanda G. Karten, Patrick Hurley, Katherine Jakubs, Jason S. Snyder, Sarah J. Wong-GoodrichYears: 2002 — 2018; Recipients: Cameron, Heather A; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Neurogenesis in the Adult Brain@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 1
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJeanne M. Nerbonne

WUSTL
【Keywords】Disease(4+1); Rhythm(2+2); Regulation(2+1); Potassium channel(3+0); Stroke(3+0); Transgenic(2+0); Modulation(2+0); Ion Channel(0+2); Membrane(0+2); Knockout(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Motor(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+0); Human(3+0); Rat(3+0);
【Methods】Channel(4+4); Protein(6+1); Gene(0+2); Electrophysiology(1+1); Statistics(2+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Molecular determinants of ion channel expression, distribution and functioning
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Physiological Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
024358Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANikolas Blevins

Stanford
【Keywords】Pathogenesis(3+0); Imaging(1+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Vision(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Vestibular(1+0); Planning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Simulation(3+2); Theory(4+0); MRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USACraig Levin

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(8+5); Disease(0+2); Optical(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Development(0+1); Form(0+1); Spectral(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Timing(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】PET(13+0); In vivo(0+1); MRI(1+0); Model(0+1); Algorithm(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Levin, Craig S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Technologies to Drastically Boost Photon Sensitivity For Brain-Dedicated Pet@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAS. Thomas Carmichael

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

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Receptor(12+1); Dopamine(10+1); Cocaine(10+1); Therapeutics(6+0); Transporter(5+0); Modulation(2+0); CNS(0+2); Injury(2+0); Addiction(2+0); 5-HT(1+0); Histamine(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Development(1+0); Axon(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Amphetamine(1+0); Opioids(1+0); Attention(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Rat(6+0); Non-human primate(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Primate(1+0); Rodent(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(10+2); Pharmacology(10+1); Model(2+0); Gene(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Psychobiology Section
【Publications】JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Pharmacological Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
James E. Barrett, William H. MorseMikhail N. Koffarnus, Ruggero Morselli, David O. Horvitz, Chiu Y. Koo, Samuel D. Gordon, Arkady Yerukhimovich, Ranjit Kumaresan, Derek S. Wilkinson, Takato HiranitaGerald S. HechtYears: 2010 — 2014; Recipients: Katz, Jonathan L; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Endocannabinoid Roles in Neurochemical and Reinforcing Effects of Abused Drugs@ National Institute On Drug Abuse; Matching Score: 1011765
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】
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【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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKathryn Wagner MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Muscle(0+8); Disease(0+5); Disorder(0+2); Development(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Injury(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+5); Gene(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJoy Hirsch

Yale
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Neuroimaging(0+2); Development(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Perception(0+1); Face(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Social(0+1); Language(0+1); Music(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); fMRI(0+2); EEG(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Neurosciences.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAStuart J. Firestein

Columbia
【Keywords】Receptor(3+6); Olfaction(4+4); Ion Channel(0+4); Signal transduction(0+2); Membrane(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Muscarinic(0+1); Development(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Adaptation(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(1+1); In vivo(1+1); Gene(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Stem Cell Biology; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJohn Patrick Cunningham

Columbia
【Keywords】Machine learning(0+2); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning(0+1); Inference(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Theory(0+3); Statistics(0+3);
【Research】Computation and Theory; Theoretical Neuroscience; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; statistical Machine Learning; Motor Systems;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Krishna V. Shenoy, Krishna V. ShenoyFarzaneh NajafiYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Paninski, Liam (co-PI) [⬀] Cunningham, JohnMiller, Kenneth (co-PI) [⬀] Abbott, Laurence [⬀] Fusi, Stefano (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Neuronex Theory Team: Columbia University Theoretical Neuroscience Center@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 0.915Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USASteven Zucker

Yale
【Keywords】Vision(0+7); Sense(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+4); Mathematics(0+2); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Biomedical Engineering; Computers; Mathematical Computing; Mathematics; Neurophysiology; Neurosciences; Robotics; Biomedical Research.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USACatia Sternini

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

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

Yale
【Keywords】Perception(0+3); Taste(0+2); Olfaction(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】Neural Pathways; Neurobiology; Smell; Taste; Optical Imaging; Optogenetics.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARandall  Moon

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+2); Embryo(0+2); Development(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Xenopus(0+3); Zebrafish(0+3); Drosophila(0+2); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAHiroko Yano

WUSTL
【Keywords】Mutant(4+0); Receptor(2+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Pathogenesis(0+2); Dysfunction(0+2); Neurotoxicity(2+0); Neurotrophin(1+0); Self-renewal(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Motor(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+2); Protein(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Molecular pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAZhen Cheng

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(23+1); Tumor(11+0); Peptide(3+0); Therapy(2+1); Optical imaging(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Monoamine(1+0); Development(1+0); Disease(0+1); Biomarker(1+0); Retina(1+0); Metabolism(0+1); Hormone(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(7+0);
【Methods】In vivo(5+0); Biochemistry(2+0); PET(2+0); In vitro(1+0); Cell culture(1+0); MRI(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
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【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
013535Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADavid Welsh

UCSD
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+3); Circadian(0+3); Circadian clock(0+3); Imaging(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Body(0+1); Suprachiasmatic nucleus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMarc Galanter

NYU
【Keywords】Addiction(0+1); Social(0+1);
【Models】
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【Research】Psychological and social research on addiction recovery
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAChristopher S. Colwell

UCLA
【Keywords】Rhythm(0+3); Circadian(0+3); Timing(0+2); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJun Ding

Stanford
【Keywords】Motor(1+5); Striatum(4+2); Basal ganglia(0+4); Dendrite(3+0); Motor learning(1+2); Motor cortex(2+1); Modulation(2+0); GABA(2+0); Synapse(2+0); Disorder(1+1); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Thalamus(0+2); NMDA receptor(1+0); Muscarinic(1+0); Synaptic integration(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTD(1+0); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Development(1+0); Dendritic growth(1+0); Synapse formation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Sense(0+1); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Gene(2+1); Microscopy(2+1); Model(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(4); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
D. James Surmeier, Bernardo L. SabatiniTonghui Xu, Konstantin Kaganovsky, Jae-Ick Kim, Yu-Wei WuYears: 2018; Recipients: Ding, Jun; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Massively Parallel Microwire Arrays For Deep Brain Stimulation@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1018917Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADavid Christopher Sussillo

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARonald M. Harper

UCLA
【Keywords】Structure(0+2); Sleep(0+2); Development(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】MRI(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAnthony Frempong-Boadu

NYU
【Keywords】Spine(3+1); Disease(1+1); Infection(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
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【Research】Diseases of the cervical and lumbar spine
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJohn Assad

Harvard
【Keywords】Vision(10+2); LIP(7+0); Attention(2+2); OFC(3+1); Adaptation(3+0); Hair cell(3+0); Motor(2+1); Timing(3+0); Ion Channel(1+1); Cognition(2+0); Sense(0+2); Object(0+2); Context(0+2); Category(2+0); Categorization(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Optical(2+0); V5/MT(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(0+1); Environment(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Depth perception(1+0); Form(0+1); Visual categorization(1+0); Touch(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Motivation(0+1); PPC(1+0); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Macaque(4+0); Primate(3+1); Monkey(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+2); Model(3+0); In vivo(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive processing in mammalian brain
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(4); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David P. Corey, John HR MaunsellMehdi Aghdaee, Allison E. Hamilos, John Elfar, Irwin Hubert Lee, Gaby Maimon, Todd Herrington, Jamie K. Fitzgerald, Seyed Mehdi Aghdaee, Emad Eskandar, Camillo Padoa-Schioppa, Daniel Zaksas, Louis J. Toth, Aaron R. Seitz, David J. Freedman, Michela ChiappaloneYears: 2015 — 2017; Recipients: Assad, John (co-PI) Berdondini, LucaDevittorio, MassimoSabatini, Bernardo L [⬀] ; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Novel Optrodes For Large-Scale Electrophysiology and Site-Specific Stimulation@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.915005659Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAErnst Niebur

JHU
【Keywords】Attention(0+3); Vision(0+2); Structure(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Somatosensory(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAEJ Chichilnisky

Stanford
【Keywords】Retina(10+0); Vision(4+0); Structure(2+0); Photoreceptor(2+0); Development(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Color(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0);
【Models】Primate(10+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Electrical stimulation(2+0); fMRI(1+0); Computation(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(8); NIPS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008616Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMirna Mustapha

Stanford
【Keywords】Hair cell(2+3); Hormone(2+2); Synapse formation(1+2); Development(1+1); Differentiation(0+2); Frequency(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Neurogenesis(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Synapse maturation(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Sense(1+0); Form(1+0); Auditory(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Encoding(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Mouse(4+0); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+0); Protein(3+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); JNS(3); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Mustapha, Mirna; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Understanding Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Neurogenesis in the Cochlea@ University of Michigan; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAStephanie Correa

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaLe-Ping Cheng

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Transcription(1+6); Development(2+1); Neurotransmitter(1+1); Peptide receptor(1+1); Cell fate(1+1); Knockout(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); Peptide(1+0); Glial cell(0+1); Neural differentiation(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Reprogramming(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(0+1); Axon(1+0); Somatosensory(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Striatum(0+1); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+2); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(1+2); In vitro(0+2); Gene(1+0);
【Research】Neural Development and Reprogramming
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Qiufu MaTianwen Huang, Emily Z. Guo, Yueguang Liu002092Investigator
UW021010Seattle, WA, USARamkumar Sabesan

UW
【Keywords】Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Neural Circuits; Sensory Systems; Disorders of the Nervous System.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAAndrew Jaffe

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+2); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Aging(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+2);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAEva Petkova

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(4+0); Development(1+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Schizophrenia(2+0); Sleep(2+0); Down Syndrome(1+0); Tau(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Model(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】Development and application of statistical methods for psychiatric research
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USALily Jan

UCSF
【Keywords】Potassium channel(0+11); Chloride(0+10); Ion Channel(0+8); Regulation(0+5); Disease(0+5); Axon(0+4); Muscle(0+3); Membrane(0+2); Dendrite(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Signaling molecule(0+1); Calcium channel(0+1); Sodium channel(0+1); Non-selective cation channel(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Translation(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Fragile X(0+1); Tumor(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Sense(0+1); Form(0+1); Pain(0+1); Motor(0+1); Food Intake(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(0+21); Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Potassium Channels and Calcium-activated Chloride Channels
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGerald Grant

Stanford
【Keywords】Pediatric(12+0); Development(5+0); Brain injury(5+0); Trauma(4+0); Epilepsy(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Tumor(1+1); Planning(2+0); Intention(2+0); Seizure(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Biomechanics(1+0); Concept(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Methodology(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(4+0); MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Camarillo, David [⬀] Grant, Gerald Arthur; Code: R24; Title/Keywords: Disseminating a Validated Mouthguard Sensor to Investigate the Effect of Head Impacts On Brain Health@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958001954Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USARui Chang

Yale
【Keywords】Body(0+3); Disease(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Cardiovascular System; Cranial Nerves; Heart; Neural Pathways; Physiology; Vagus Nerve; Peripheral Nervous System; Ganglia, Sensory; Optogenetics.
【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
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
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USABarry B. Kaplan

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Axon(5+0); Trafficking(3+0); Psychiatry(3+0); Development(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Translation(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Axon guidance(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Autism(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Circadian(1+0); PFC(1+0); mPFC(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Santosh D'Mello, Armaz AschrafiYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Kaplan, Barry; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Subcellular Compartmentalization of Neuronal Gene Expression@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 0.906
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USANathaniel Daw

Princeton
【Keywords】Dopamine(4+0); Learning(4+0); Reinforcement learning(4+0); Striatum(4+0); Cognition(3+0); Decision making(2+1); 5-HT(2+0); Associative learning(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Parkinson's(1+0); Depression(1+0); Perception(1+0); Planning(1+0); Spatial navigation(0+1); Attention(1+0); Reward(1+0); Stress(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Machine learning(0+1);
【Models】Human(6+1);
【Methods】Computation(3+2); Behavior(3+1); Theory(2+0); Model(1+0); Data analysis(1+0);
【Research】Human Neuroscience
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(2); JNS(2); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark Gluck, David Touretzky, Peter DayanYoel Sanchez Araujo, Sarah A. Hutter, Oliver M Vikbladh, Dylan Alexander Simon, Nicholas J Gustafson, Aaron M. Bornstein, Hanneke EM den Ouden, Steve Fleming, Jian Li, Ross Otto, Hang Zhang, Ida Momennejad, Marcelo Gomes Mattar, Sam J. GershmanNina Galbraith Curley, Song Qi, G. Elliott WimmerYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Daw, Nathaniel; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Crcns Research Proposal: Collaborative Research: Prioritization of Memory Reactivation For Decision-Making@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.915016526Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJohn S Oghalai

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASteven Carlson

UW
【Keywords】Membrane(0+5); Receptor(0+3); Development(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Calcium channel(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Axon(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(0+3); Protein(0+2);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Excitable Membranes and Synaptic Transmission
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMark H. Ellisman

UCSD
【Keywords】Structure(0+6); Synapse(0+6); Development(0+4); Imaging(0+3); Membrane(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Glia(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Microscopy(0+4); Computation(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Electron Microscope(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USALila Davachi

Columbia
【Keywords】Hippocampus(6+0); Cognition(5+0); Encoding(5+0); Cognitive neuroscience(4+0); Memory(3+0); Context(3+0); Learning(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Caudate(2+0); Retrieval(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Emotion(1+0); PFC(1+0); PPC(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0); Perirhinal cortex(1+0); Medial Temporal Lobe(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(4); JNS(4); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Patricia Goldman-Rakic, Anthony D. WagnerMarika Inhoff, Nicole M. Long, Nicholas Ketz, Nicco R. Reggente, Alice Berners-Lee, Emily Cowan, Alexa Tompary, Shannon Tubridy, Arielle Tambini, Avi Chanales, Bernhard Staresina, Tarimotimi Awipi, Katherine D. Duncan, Josh Richman, Youssef Ezzyat, Sarah DuBrow, Andy Heusser, Jared F. Danker, Vishnu Pradeep MurtyTodd M. Gureckis, Brian McElreeYears: 2018; Recipients: Davachi, LilaGoff, Donald C. [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Hippocampal Memory Circuits in Delusions@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1008345Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAIgor Spigelman

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

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAnthony Koleske

Yale
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biophysics(0+1);
【Research】Biochemistry; Biophysics; Molecular Biology; Morphogenesis; Schizophrenia; Stress, Physiological.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAAlexandra Nelson

UCSF
【Keywords】Movement disorder(0+3); Disease(0+2); Motor control(0+2); Structure(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Dystonia(0+1); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Context(0+1); Connection(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】The cellular and circuit mechanisms of movement disorders
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
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.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USANii Addy

Yale
【Keywords】Dopamine(0+3); Addiction(0+3); Signal transduction(0+2); Nicotine(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Modulation(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Reinforcement learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); In vivo(0+3); Optogenetics(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Sciences; Electrochemistry; Neurobiology; Psychiatry; Signal Transduction; Substance-Related Disorders.
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USAAnnegret Falkner

Princeton
【Keywords】Social(0+4); Hypothalamus(3+1); Aggression(2+0); LIP(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Environment(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Sense(0+1); Perception(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Decoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(0+1); Amygdala(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Behavior(1+1); Gene(0+1); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael E. Goldberg, Dayu LinLindsay C WillmoreYears: 2018; Recipients: Falkner, Annegret Lea; Code: R00; Title/Keywords: Inhibitory Control of Hypothalamic Circuit For Aggression@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 0.962Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAVay Liang W. Go

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

NYU
【Keywords】Speech(13+1); Perception(4+1); Language(4+0); Cognition(3+0); Structure(2+0); Vision(2+0); Auditory(2+0); Oscillation(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Object(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Anatomy(2+0); PET(1+0); MEG(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】Neural and cognivitive basis of speech perception
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alec Marantz, Ken Wexler, Timothy Roberts, Howard RowleyElika Bergelson, Anthony Boemio, Maria Chait, Veronica Figueroa, Ana Gouvea, Ellen F. Lau, Ariane Rhone, Xiangbin Teng, Yue Zhang, Keith B. Doelling, Aniela Improta França, Kala Lakshminarayanan, Virginie van Wassenhove, Rob D. Fiorentino, Huan Luo, Diogo Alvares de Azevedo Almeida, Philip J. Monahan, Joshua Aaron Riley, Julian Jenkins III, Gregory B. Cogan, Gwyneth A. Lewis, Laura Elizabeth Gwilliams, Anita R. Bowles, Silvia Gennari, Mary Howard, Minna Lehtonen, Tobias Overath, Lisa D. Sanders, Alessandro Tavano, Yadong Wang, Jean Mary Zarate, Xing Tian, Amy M. Belfi, Johanna M. Rimmele, Nai Ding, Giorgos MichalareasJonathan Z. Simon, Gregory HickokYears: 2017 — 2020; Recipients: Poeppel, DavidMilne, Catherine; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Brain-to-Brain Synchrony in Stem Learning@ New York University; Matching Score: 1024131Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USARobert B. Innis

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Imaging(7+3); Receptor(3+1); Blood flow(3+0); Transporter(2+0); Tau(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Epilepsy(1+0); Microglia(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Aging(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+5); Monkey(5+0); Mouse(3+0); Rodent(2+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】PET(10+4); Protein(8+4); In vivo(0+2); Pharmacology(1+1); Gene(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADaniel H.S. Silverman

UCLA
【Keywords】Imaging(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPatricia E. Phelps

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADouglas A Nitz

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+1); Episodic memory(0+1); Decision making(0+1); Working memory(0+1); Motor cortex(0+1); Premotor cortex(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1); Basal forebrain(0+1);
【Models】Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Single-unit recording(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAMark S. Sands

WUSTL
【Keywords】Therapy(12+7); Disease(5+6); Transplantation(2+3); Pathology(5+0); Metabolism(1+2); CNS(0+2); Cognition(1+1); Genetically modify(0+1); Receptor(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Motor(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(11+6); Human(6+2); Mouse(6+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(12+3); Model(7+2); Virus(2+1); In vivo(2+1); Protein(1+1); Ex vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Pathophysiology and novel therapies for lysosomal storage diseases
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Adarsh Reddy, Megan A. Griffey, August A. Hofling, Anthony Donsante, Josh C. Woloszynek, Shannon L. Macauley-Rambach, Jacqueline A. Hawkins, Charles ShyngYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Sands, Mark S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Next Generation Treatment For Krabbe Disease@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1008166Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAGary Marcus

NYU
【Keywords】Language(0+1); Music(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Origins of language and music
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven PinkerEric E J DeWitt, Keith Fernandes, Hugh Rabagliati, Cristina Rabaglia, Amanda PogueYears: 2000 — 2004; Recipients: Marcus, Gary F.; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Rule-Learning in Prelinguistic Infants@ New York University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAPhilip V. Bayly

WUSTL
【Keywords】Engineering(1+2); Development(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Biomechanics(1+0); Context(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】The application of nonlinear dynamics and vibrations to mechanical and biomedical systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADarwin K. Berg

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Hippocampus(0+3); Synapse formation(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Glutamate(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); CNS(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Disease(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); Stem Cell(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAN. Gautam

WUSTL
【Keywords】Membrane(4+0); Cell migration(4+0); Regulation(2+0); Structure(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Dynamics(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Optical(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Optogenetics(3+1); Protein(2+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Optogenetic Control of Signaling and Cell Behavior
【Publications】Cell(10);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAVikash Gilja

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Brain-Machine Interface(0+1); Machine learning(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Computational
【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.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USABradley Hyman

Harvard
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(14+3); Disease(11+2); Tau(11+0); Imaging(0+5); Pathology(4+0); Transgenic(1+2); Neurology(3+0); Alzheimer's(3+0); Microglia(2+0); Environment(2+0); Aging(2+0); Neuroinflammation(2+0); Neuroethics(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Glia(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Body(0+1); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+3); Human(1+1); Bird(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+4); Model(5+3); In vivo(1+4); Protein(3+0); Microscopy(1+2); In vitro(1+1); Anatomy(0+2); Cell culture(0+1); MRI(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of neurodegenerative diseases using human, mouse, and culture systems, and employing advanced microscopy methods
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Arthur A. Specter, Antonio Damasio, Gary Van HoesenKathryn K. Bercury, Tadafumi Hashimoto, Derek H. Oakley, Manuela Polydoro, G. William Rebeck, Hwan-Ching Bruce Tai, Shao-Qing Zhang, Vivek K. Unni, Kelly A. Krogh, Tara L. Spires-Jones, Nikolaus R. McFarland, Pamela J. McLean, Alberto Serrano-Pozo, Sarah Christine Hopp, Brian J. BacskaiYears: 2019; Recipients: Hyman, Bradley T.; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Liquid Liquid Phase Separation and Tau Biology@ Massachusetts General Hospital; Matching Score: 1118381Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USABruce Yankner

Harvard
【Keywords】Aging(6+14); Alzheimer's disease(8+0); Disease(2+3); Parkinson's disease(0+4); Cognition(1+3); Inflammation(3+0); Stress(3+0); Development(2+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(1+1); Age-related(0+2); Knockout(0+1); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Glia(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); Axon(1+0); Pathology(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0); Vulnerability(0+1); APP(0+1); Social behavior(1+0); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+6); Mouse(1+5);
【Methods】Gene(2+4); Model(1+3); Computation(0+2); Protein(0+1); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Molecular Genetics of Aging and Neurodegenerative Disorders
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(1); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Yankner, Bruce A; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Training in the Molecular Biology of Neurodegeneration and Alzheimer's Disease@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPete Calabresi MD

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Demyelinating(0+2); Glial cell(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); CNS(0+1); Injury(0+1); Trauma(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Model(0+4); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABrian Rutt

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(13+2); Disease(2+2); Sclerosis(3+0); Contrast(2+1); Structure(2+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Stroke(2+0); Tumor(1+1); White matter(2+0); Microglia(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Muscle(1+0); Memory(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Cardiovascular(0+1); Vessel(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Optical(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+1); Mouse(3+0);
【Methods】MRI(18+4); Model(6+0); In vivo(4+0); Computation(2+0); Theory(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(3); PNAS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard Frayne, Sean DeoniYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Rutt, Brian Keith; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Accessing the Neuronal Scale: Designing the Next Generation of Compact Ultra High Field Mri Technology For Order-of-Magnitude Sensitivity Increase in Non-Invasive Human Brain Mapping@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958013247Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAJeanne Paz

UCSF
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+8); Plasticity(0+3); Cognition(0+3); Oscillation(0+2); Disease(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Neural dynamics(0+2); Seizure(0+1); Microcircuit(0+1); Cerebrovascular(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Optogenetics(0+2); Gene(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neural dynamics and plasticity in Epilepsy and associated cognitive dysfunction
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USABradley Voytek

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+5); Working memory(0+2); Disease(0+1); Attention(0+1); Frontal lobe(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USATakako Fujioka

Stanford
【Keywords】Oscillation(12+0); Auditory(7+0); Stroke(5+0); Motor(5+0); Cognition(4+0); Perception(4+0); Timing(4+0); Music(4+0); Auditory cortex(4+0); Age-related(3+0); Somatosensory(3+0); Encoding(3+0); Neurology(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); Frequency(2+0); Context(2+0); Imagery(2+0); Structure(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Gamma rhythm(1+0); Development(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); Vision(1+0); Contour(1+0); Auditory processing(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Intention(1+0); Social(1+0); Syntax(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0);
【Methods】EEG(4+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Wisam ReidYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Washburn, AurielFujioka, Takako; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Neural Oscillatory and Social Personality Correlates For Perception and Performance of Musical Joint-Action@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002357Assist Prof.
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAChantel Prat

UW
【Keywords】Language(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Executive function(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】fMRI(0+2); TMS(0+2); MRI(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USARobert M. Shapley

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

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Pediatric(4+0); Development(3+0); Imaging(3+0); White matter(3+0); Structure(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Motor(1+0); Learning(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Frontal lobe(1+0); Cerebellar peduncles(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(8+0); Gene(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAChristopher Ross MD,

JHU
【Keywords】LRRK2(0+5); Psychiatric disorder(0+4); Schizophrenia(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Mutant(0+2); Development(0+2); Parkinson's disease(0+2); Alpha-synuclein(0+2); Transcription(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Perception(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Basal ganglia(0+1); Striatum(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+5); Model(0+5); Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoshua B. Rubin

WUSTL
【Keywords】Tumor(7+18); Development(4+3); Pediatric(3+4); Gap junction(2+0); Proliferation(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Circadian(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Rhythm(0+1); CNS(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Sexual differentiation(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4); Mouse(2+2); Stem Cell(1+2); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(2+2); In vivo(2+1); In vitro(1+1); Channel(1+0);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms in pediatric brain tumorigenesis
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008044Assist Prof.
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
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAD.P. Mohapatra

WUSTL
【Keywords】Pain(2+6); Neuropathic pain(2+2); Peptide(3+0); Inflammatory pain(1+2); Receptor(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Sense(0+1); Migraine(1+0); Gait(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+4); Mouse(2+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Channel(3+0); Model(1+1); Behavior(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】Basic and Translational Pain Biology (Cancer Pain, Neuropathic Pain and Inflammatory Pain)
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAJoseph A. Mindell

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Transporter(15+1); Membrane(5+5); Chloride(6+2); Structure(6+1); Regulation(2+0); Glutamate(2+0); Peptide(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Infection(1+0); Attention(0+1); Imaging(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(3+1); Channel(3+0); Biophysics(1+2); Biochemistry(1+1); Gene(0+1); Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Membrane Transport Biophysics Section
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(2); Cell(2); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alan Finkelstein, Christopher MillerPatricia Curran, Austin R. Graves, Jeremiah D. Osteen, Daniel Kelver, Renae Monique Ryan, Emma LR Compton-DawYears: 2013 — 2018; Recipients: Mindell, Joseph A; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Conformational Changes in Secondary Active Transporters@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 1003520
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAMimi Shirasu-Hiza

Columbia
【Keywords】Circadian(3+7); Disease(0+8); Regulation(2+3); Rhythm(2+2); Dynamics(4+0); Development(2+1); Fragile X(3+0); Circadian clock(3+0); Sleep(1+2); Metabolism(1+2); Pathology(0+2); Infection(2+0); Oscillation(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Cell cycle(1+0); Mitochondria(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Huntington's(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(13+1); Xenopus(5+0); C. elegans(2+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Model(2+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neurogenetics; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience; Circadian-regulated metabolism; Glial development and pathology; Sleep; Mitochondria biology and disease;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(10); Curr Biol.(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001319Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMichael J. Hawken

NYU
【Keywords】Perception(0+1); Vision(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Neuronal mechanisms of visual perception
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAIla Fiete

MIT
【Keywords】Grid cell(9+0); Learning(6+0); Neural network(5+0); Plasticity(2+0); Path integration(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Development(1+0); Environment(1+0); Memory(1+0); Navigation(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Mushroom body(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(6+0); Computation(3+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(3); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(4); JNS(2); Curr Biol.(1); PLOS Computational Biology(1); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
H Sebastian Seung, Daniel S. Fisher, Christof KochJohn Eric Widloski, KiJung Yoon, Sean Gregory Trettel, Yongseok YooMichale S. Fee, Richard H.R. Hahnloser, Yoram BurakYears: 2015 — 2017; Recipients: Fiete, Ila R.Huk, Alexander CPriebe, Nicholas J. [⬀] ; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Neural Ensembles Underlying Natural Tracking Behavior@ University of Texas, Austin; Matching Score: 1001949Assoc 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
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAPhilip Wong

JHU
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+4); Transgenic(0+1); Knockout(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Abeta(0+1); Biomarker(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Model(0+4); Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAGeoffrey Schoenbaum MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+3); Learning(0+3); Associative learning(0+3); Decision making(0+3); Addiction(0+2); Dopamine(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Cognition(0+1); OFC(0+1); Amygdala(0+1); Striatum(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); Theory(0+2); Gene(0+1); Single-unit recording(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USABiyu Jade He

NYU
【Keywords】Perception(2+0); Vision(2+0); Dynamics(1+1); Neural dynamics(2+0); Cognition(1+0); Consciousness(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+1);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); ECoG(1+0);
【Research】Large-scale brain dynamics underlying human cognition
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(3); eLife(2); Cerebral Cortex(1); Nature Human Behaviour(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
003541Assist Prof.
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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAndrew D Chisholm

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+7); Regeneration(0+4); Receptor(0+3); Embryo(0+2); Axon(0+2); Trafficking(0+1); Injury(0+1); Depth(0+1); Form(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+8);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+2); Microscopy(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USALauren Orefice

Harvard
【Keywords】Sense(0+10); Dendrite(6+0); Spine(5+0); Dysfunction(2+3); Touch(2+3); Seizure(4+0); Development(0+4); Epilepsy(3+0); Differentiation(2+0); Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Hypoxia(2+0); Cognition(0+2); Somatosensory(0+2); Learning and memory(2+0); Spatial learning(2+0); Social behavior(0+2); Gastrointestinal(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Glia(0+1); Sensory experience(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Autism(0+1); Perception(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(8+2); Human(2+0);
【Methods】Model(6+2); Gene(0+4); Behavior(3+1); Electrophysiology(0+2); Protein(1+0); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Development, function and dysfunction of the somatosensory system
【Publications】Cell(1); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Baoji Xu000465Assist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALinda Buck

UW
【Keywords】Receptor(0+5); Olfaction(0+5); Aging(0+3); Structure(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Sense(0+2); Body(0+2); Environment(0+1); Perception(0+1); Taste(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Fear(0+1); Aggression(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1); C. elegans(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+4);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USASteven G. Kernie

Columbia
【Keywords】Neurogenesis(6+0); Brain injury(5+0); Development(3+1); Proliferation(3+0); Disease(1+2); Cognition(3+0); Regulation(2+0); ApoE(2+0); Injury(2+0); Pediatric(2+0); Dentate gyrus(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Potassium channel(1+0); Structure(0+1); Transcription(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Hyperoxia(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Spatial learning(1+0); Fear(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+1); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Disease; Developmental Brain Disease; Effects of Insults on Brain Structure and Function; Stem Cell Biology;
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1); JNS(7);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Kernie, Steven Gerard; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Apoe in Injury-Induced Neurogenesis@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHong M. Wu

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

NYU
【Keywords】Decision making(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Circuitry underlying decision-making
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Hawken, Randy M. Bruno, Carlos D. Brody, David W. TankAnita A. DisneyYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Constantinople, Christine Marie; Code: K99R00Activity Code Description:To support the second phase of a Career/Research Transition award program that provides 1 -3 years of independent research support (R00) contingent on securing an independent research position. Award recipients will be expected to compete successfully for independent R01 support from the NIH during the R00 research transition award period.; Title/Keywords: Neural Mechanisms of Probability Estimation During Decision-Making@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKen Nakamura

UCSF
【Keywords】Mitochondria(0+10); Neurodegenerative disease(0+3); Degeneration(0+2); Pathogenesis(0+2); Genetically modify(0+1); Transgenic(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Dopamine neuron(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Alpha-synuclein(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+3); Protein(0+2); Behavior(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Microscopy(0+1);
【Research】Mitochondrial Biology in Neurodegenerative Disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Princeton061009Princeton, NJ, USATimothy Buschman

Princeton
【Keywords】Executive control(0+5); Cognition(1+3); Attention(2+0); PFC(1+1); FEF(2+0); Oscillation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Autism(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Vision(1+0); Basal ganglia(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+1); Primate(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Electrophysiology(0+2); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Systems and Circuits
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert Desimone, Earl K. Miller, Earl K. Miller, Christopher I. Moore, Edward S. BoydenPavlos Kollias, Matthew F. Panichello, Sina Tafazoli, Camden J MacDowell, Nikola T. Markov, R Becket EbitzYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Buschman, Timothy J.; Code: R56; Title/Keywords: Understanding the Network Mechanisms That Control Working Memory@ Princeton University; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJaime Grutzendler

Yale
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Disease(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Microglia(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Blood flow(0+1); Cerebrovascular(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); Microscopy(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Alzheimer Disease; Astrocytes; Axons; Blood-Brain Barrier; Capillaries; Cerebrovascular Circulation; Microscopy; Nerve Fibers, Myelinated; Neuronal Plasticity; Regional Blood Flow; Microglia; Neurodegenerative Diseases; Pericytes.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJames Priest

Stanford
【Keywords】Disease(8+3); Development(1+1); Cardiovascular(2+0); Rhythm(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Pediatric(0+1); Finger(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Inference(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); Model(0+2); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALes Dorfman

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USASanjiv Sam Gambhir

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(11+5); Therapy(0+3); Tumor(3+0); Translation(2+0); Development(1+1); Metabolism(2+0); Optical(1+1); Dopamine(1+0); Disease(1+0); Pathology(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Depression(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Gastrointestinal(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】PET(2+1); In vivo(2+0); Model(1+1); Protein(1+0); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(1+0); MRI(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMarisa Roberto

UCSD
【Keywords】Alcohol(0+8); Drugs of Abuse(0+6); Neuropeptide(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Synapse(0+3); GABA(0+2); Development(0+2); Drug dependence(0+2); Stress(0+2); Amygdala(0+2); Structure(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Neuroinflammation(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Cocaine(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Opioids(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Connection(0+1); PFC(0+1); Central nucleus(0+1); Stria terminalis(0+1); Bed nucleus(0+1); VTA(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+5); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAnne M. Andrews

UCLA
【Keywords】5-HT(0+6); Anxiety(0+3); Transporter(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Chemical neuroscience(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Depression(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADaniel Marcus

WUSTL
【Keywords】Imaging(4+6); Neuroimaging(6+2); Disease(4+3); Neurology(3+0); Stroke(0+3); Tumor(0+3); Cognition(3+0); Translation(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); Cognitive neuroscience(2+0); White matter(2+0); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Aging(1+0); Tau(1+0); Biomarker(1+0); Learning(0+1); Acquisition(1+0); Attention(1+0); Artificial intelligence(0+1); V1(1+0); V2(1+0);
【Models】Human(8+1); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Neuroinformatics(4+1); MRI(2+1); PET(0+1); Model(0+1); Data analysis(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuroinformatics(3);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David C. Van Essen, Randy L. BucknerMarcus E. RaichleYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Marcus, Daniel ScottWahl, Richard Leo; Code: U24; Title/Keywords: Integrative Imaging Informatics For Cancer Research@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1.009008448Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAOyekunle Olukotun

Stanford
【Keywords】Language(7+0); Memory(2+0); Structure(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Lance S. Hammond, Ayodele Thomas, Chaiyasit Manovit, Manohar K. Prabhu, Brian D. CarlstromYears: 2016 — 2020; Recipients: Re, Christopher (co-PI) [⬀] Olukotun, Oyekunle; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Shf: Medium: Collaborative Research: From Volume to Velocity: Big Data Analytics in Near-Realtime@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NIH-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
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJeffrey Wisoff

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

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

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+8); Adaptation(0+4); Touch(0+4); Finger(0+4); Brain-Computer Interface(0+4); Engineering(0+4);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+4); Electrical stimulation(0+4); DBS(0+4); Theory(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASangwon Kim

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Energy balance(0+3); Metabolism(0+2); Development(0+1); Sense(0+1); Body(0+1); Cardiovascular(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USALibin Xu

UW
【Keywords】Disorder(0+6); Metabolism(0+5); Development(0+4); Environment(0+4); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Autism(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAEric Zorrilla

UCSD
【Keywords】Addiction(0+2); Food Intake(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Depression(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Appetitive(0+1); Reward(0+1); Energy balance(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAStephen Ginsberg

NYU
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(12+0); Neurology(5+0); Cognition(3+2); Transcription(3+1); Disease(3+1); Hippocampus(3+1); CA1(4+0); Dendrite(1+2); Dysfunction(3+0); Down Syndrome(3+0); Nucleus basalis(3+0); Neurotrophin(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Pathology(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Basal forebrain(2+0); Transgenic(1+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Transporter(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Dopamine receptor(0+1); Glutamate receptor(0+1); CNS(1+0); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); APP(1+0); Tau(1+0); HIV(1+0); Injury(0+1); Schizophrenia(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Steroid(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(1+0); Dentate gyrus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+3); Human(1+2);
【Methods】Gene(7+0); Model(3+2); Protein(2+0); Microarray(1+1); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Mechanisms underlying selective vulnerability of forebrain neurons to degeneration and their response to therapeutic interventions
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(5); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
007659Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAPeter Detwiler

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+6); Vision(0+4); Receptor(0+2); Perception(0+2); Photoreceptor(0+2); Adaptation(0+2); Optical(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+2);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USASteven Jacobson

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

UCLA
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Retina(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMarc Potenza

Yale
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Addiction(0+1); Impulse Control Disorder(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Child Psychiatry; Gambling; Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders; Neurobiology; Psychiatry; Psychotherapy; Substance-Related Disorders; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAHelena Rutherford

Yale
【Keywords】Regulation(0+2); Development(0+2); Addiction(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Vision(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Cognitive Control(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Reward(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADarcy B. Kelley

Columbia
【Keywords】Auditory(2+3); Spectral(1+4); Amygdala(1+4); Motor(1+2); Social communication(1+2); Vocal communication(2+1); Regulation(2+0); Development(2+0); Neuromuscular(1+1); Muscle(2+0); Hormone(2+0); Respiratory(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Rhythm(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(1+0); Pattern generation(1+0); Neuroendocrine(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Xenopus(11+2);
【Methods】Behavior(4+2); Model(2+2); Ex vivo(0+1);
【Research】Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience, Sensory Physiology, Motor Systems, Synapses and Circuits, Cell Specification and Differentiation;
【Publications】JNS(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Donald Wells Pfaff, Fernando NottebohmAnna Louise Vlasits, Christofer J. Edwards, Joseph W. Thornton, Erik Zornik, Taffeta M. Elliott, Brian T. Nasipak, Elizabeth C. Leininger, Irene H. Ballagh, Ayako Yamaguchi, Clémentine Vignal, Rachna K. RanganYears: 2009 — 2012; Recipients: Kelley, Darcy B; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neural Substrates For Matching Hearing to Utterance@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAXandra Breakefield

Harvard
【Keywords】Vesicle(10+1); Tumor(0+5); Therapy(2+1); Alzheimer's disease(3+0); Dystonia(2+1); Monoamine(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Infection(2+0); CRISPR/Cas9(1+0); Genetically modify(1+0); Mutant(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Glia(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Disease(-1+2); Neurology(1+0); Pathology(1+0); APP(1+0); Movement disorder(0+1); Brain injury(1+0); Sclerosis(0+1); Hair cell(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(4+0); Human(2+0); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(8+3); Protein(2+0); In vivo(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Genetic etiology, role of exosomes and gene therapy for neurologic diseases
【Publications】Neuron(1); Nature Communications(3);
【Reviews】Review(4); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Nature Reviews Drug Discovery(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Marshall NirenbergJeremiah M. Scharf, Casey A. Maguire, D. Cristopher Bragg, Jeremy C. PetraviczYears: 2018; Recipients: Breakefield, Xandra Owens; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: The Power of Extracellular Vesicles in Glioblastoma@ Massachusetts General Hospital; Matching Score: 0.917047220Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKatherine Travis

Stanford
【Keywords】White matter(20+0); Structure(4+0); Development(3+0); Neurology(3+0); Cerebellum(3+0); Dendrite(2+0); Disorder(2+0); Age-related(2+0); Language(2+0); Speech(2+0); Word meaning(2+0); Neural dynamics(2+0); Superior temporal gyrus(2+0); Cerebellar peduncles(2+0); Vision(1+0); Context(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Diffusion MRI(1+0);
【Models】Human(8+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cerebral Cortex(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jeff ElmanYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Travis, Katherine Elizabeth; Code: K99; Title/Keywords: Listening to Mom in the Nicu: Neural, Clinical and Language Outcomes@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.954000819Other
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAGary Yellen

Harvard
【Keywords】Metabolism(4+9); Imaging(8+2); Epilepsy(4+1); Seizure(1+4); Body(0+3); Ion Channel(1+1); Therapy(1+1); Substantia nigra(2+0); Pars reticulata(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Receptor(0+1); Potassium channel(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Anticonvulsant(0+1); Glia(0+1); Mitochondria(0+1); Disease(0+1); Learning(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+3);
【Methods】Gene(1+1); Channel(2+0); Model(1+1); Protein(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neuronal metabolism and excitability; Fluorescent biosensor imaging;
K-ATP channels and anti-epilepsy mechanisms

【Publications】Cell(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1); Curr Opin Chem Biol. (1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Charles F. Stevens, Christopher MillerKi Soon Shin, Andrew Lutas, Sarah Webster, John Paul Dekker, James Berg, Geoffrey Richard Tanner, Yin Pun Hung, Yin P. (Rex) Hung, Donato del Camino, Miguel Holmgren, Sujung Ryu, Juan-Ramón Martínez-François, Rebecca A. Mongeon, Carlos Manlio Díaz García, Dorothy M. Koveal, Brad S. Rothberg, Catherine Proenza, Mathew C. TantamaRoderick MacKinnonYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Yellen, Gary I; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Seizure Resistance in a Mouse Genetic Model With Altered Metabolism@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAJason Gerrard

Yale
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+2); Seizure(0+2); Disease(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Anatomy; Information Science; Diseases; Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USANoel Perin

NYU
【Keywords】Spine(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Autonomic(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAZhefeng Guo

UCLA
【Keywords】Structure(0+2); Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Alzheimer's(0+1); Parkinson's(0+1); Prion diseases(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+2); Biochemistry(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJorge Ghiso

NYU
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(3+1); Disease(2+1); ApoE(0+3); Transgenic(2+0); Pathogenesis(0+2); Therapy(2+0); Alzheimer's(2+0); APP(0+2); Form(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Development(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Aging(1+0); Abeta(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Cerebrovascular(0+1); Vessel(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+4); Protein(1+3); In vivo(0+2); Model(2+0); Bioinformatics(1+0);
【Research】Molecular pathogenesis of protein folding disorders, especially Alzheimer's Disease
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Farron L. McInteeYears: 2015 — 2016; Recipients: Ghiso, Jorge A; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Insights Into the Brain Clearance Mechanisms of Oligomeric Beta-Amyloid Species@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 0.958Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADenis Baylor

Stanford
【Keywords】Retina(5+0); Photoreceptor(4+0); Vision(3+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(1+0); Monkey(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); PNAS(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mike G. Fuortes, John G. Nicholls, Alan Lloyd HodgkinSteven H. DeVries, Robert Fettiplace, Leon Lagnado, Trevor D. Lamb, Clint L. Makino, Tom R. Middendorf, Fred Rieke, Alapakkam P. Sampath, Julie L. Schnapf, W Rowland Taylor, William N. Zagotta, Anita L. Zimmerman, King-Wai Yau, Gary Matthews, Markus Meister, E. J. Chichilnisky, Marie E. BurnsMagali MillecampsYears: 1995 — 1999; Recipients: Baylor, Denis A; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Visual Signalling in Retina@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Ole Isacson

Harvard
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(9+9); Glia(0+5); Dopamine neuron(2+3); Disease(1+4); Therapy(3+2); Degeneration(0+4); Aging(3+0); Dementias(0+2); LRRK2(2+0); Inflammation(0+2); Dopamine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Microglia(1+0); Development(0+1); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Transplantation(0+1); Axon(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Age-related(0+1); Tau(1+0); Alpha-synuclein(1+0); Huntington's disease(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Motor(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1); CA2(1+0); Substantia nigra(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Stem Cell(3+0); Human(2+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); Model(3+0); Protein(1+0); In vivo(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】 Neuron and glia disease mechanisms of age-dependent degeneration and repair
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Anders Björklund Ryan Richardson, Chee Yeun Chung, Gaynor A SmithYears: 2018; Recipients: Hallett, Penelope JaneHastings, Michelle LIsacson, Ole; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Prevention of Complement and Immune-Mediated Lewy Body Dementia@ McLean Hospital; Matching Score: 0.907Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALaura Roberts

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(33+7); Schizophrenia(3+1); Development(2+1); Disorder(2+0); Depression(1+1); Machine learning(2+0); Addiction(0+1); Pain(1+0); Planning(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Gene(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Roberts, Laura W; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Enabling Ethical Participation in Innovative Neuroscience On Mental Illness and Addiction: Towards a New Screening Tool Enhancing Informed Consent For Transformative Research On the Human Brain@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958006547Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAHongjun Song

JHU
【Keywords】Neurogenesis(0+7); Plasticity(0+2); Development(0+2); Synaptic integration(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Embryo(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Disease(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+10); Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+3); Gene(0+2); Biochemistry(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Protein(0+1); Multi-electrode(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMark Lemley

Stanford
【Keywords】Sense(1+0); Speech(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(20);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
032838Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJohn Loh

NYU
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALorene Nelson

Stanford
【Keywords】Sclerosis(18+2); Neurology(18+0); Parkinson's disease(6+1); Disease(6+0); Hemorrhage(4+0); Environment(3+0); Development(1+1); Movement disorder(2+0); Stroke(2+0); Alcohol(2+0); Epilepsy(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Aging(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); APP(1+0); Dystonia(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Migraine(0+1); Sleep(1+0); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jimmy T. Efird, Rita A. Popat, Annette Langer-GouldYears: 2015 — 2017; Recipients: Nelson, Lorene M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Antecedent Medical Conditions and Medications: Associations With the Risk and Prognosis Als@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.958009398Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMark Cooper

UW
【Keywords】Embryo(0+3); Development(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Mutant(0+1); Form(0+1); Social(0+1); Social behavior(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Zebrafish(0+4);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaXiao-Hong Xu

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

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Addiction(0+5); OFC(0+4); Cognition(0+3); Reward(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Environment(0+1); Disease(0+1); Cocaine(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Art(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+3); Model(0+3); Electrophysiology(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1);
【Research】Preclinical Pharmacology Section
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ralph N. Adams, Robert Henry RothJessica N. Porter, Hank Jedema, EunHa Baeg, Richard NassarYears: 2012 — 2016; Recipients: Bissel, Stephanie J (co-PI) [⬀] Bradberry, Charles WWiley, Clayton A. [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neurodegeneration in Aged Siv-Infected Primates@ University of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh; Matching Score: 1
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJohn R. Kelsoe, Jr.

UCSD
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+2);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1);
【Research】 Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAVivianne Tawfik

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(18+2); Receptor(5+0); Modulation(3+0); Glutamate(2+0); Microglia(2+0); Injury(1+1); Cytokine(1+0); Electrical synapse(1+0); LTD(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Anesthesia(1+0); CNS(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Trauma(0+1); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Striatum(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); In vivo(1+0); DBS(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USASrdjan Ostojic

MIT
【Keywords】Dynamics(3+0); Recurrent Neural Network(2+0); Neural network(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Context(1+0); Timing(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); PFC(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(5+0); Model(3+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(3); PLOS Computational Biology(3);
【Reviews】Physical Review(6);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stefano Fusi, Nicolas Brunel, Vincent Hakim001146Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USALloyd A. Greene

Columbia
【Keywords】Receptor(3+4); Parkinson's disease(6+0); Cell line(2+1); Mutant(2+0); Neurotrophin(2+0); Dopamine(2+0); Peptide(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Proliferation(1+1); Neuronal differentiation(1+1); Signal transduction(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Acetylcholine(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Cell cycle(1+0); Differentiation(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Neurotoxicity(1+0); Tumor(0+1); Memory(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+1); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+1); Protein(2+0); Gene(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Cell Specification and Differentiation; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Synapses and Circuits; Treatment of Brain Tumors;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Cell(6); Neuron(2); JNS(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
043574Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADahlia Zaidel

UCLA
【Keywords】Face(0+2); Neurology(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Memory(0+1); Semantic(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANeil L. Harrison

Columbia
【Keywords】GABAA receptor(9+0); Alcohol(9+0); Receptor(2+2); Synapse(0+4); D2 receptor(3+0); Knockin(2+0); Regulation(2+0); Modulation(1+1); GABA(2+0); Transcription(2+0); Axon guidance(2+0); Dendrite(2+0); Therapeutics(2+0); Form(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Dopamine(1+0); Glycine receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Anesthesia(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Taste(1+0); Motor(1+0); Muscle(0+1); PFC(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0); Thalamus(1+0); VTA(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(4+0); Gene(2+0); Protein(0+1); In vitro(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Synapses and Circuits; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】JNS(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael A. Simmonds, Jeffrey L. BarkerZoe A. McElligott, Sean M. O'Shea, Brian J. Ruscito, Thomas Louis Kash, Claude M. Schofield, Florence P. Varodayan, Andrew Jenkins, Michael C. SallingPeter A. GoldsteinYears: 2015 — 2019; Recipients: Harrison, Neil L. Siegelbaum, Steven A (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Prefrontal Cortex and Adolescent Binge Drinking: Role of Hcn Channels@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Bradford Lowell

Harvard
【Keywords】Hypothalamus(3+0); Modulation(2+0); Homeostatic(1+1); Engineering(0+2); Amygdala(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Vision(1+0); Pain(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Aggression(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Hormone(1+0); Autonomic(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Insular cortex(1+0); Basal forebrain(1+0); Median eminence(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+4);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); In vivo(0+3); Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+2); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Neural regulation of hunger, other homeostatic motivational drives, autonomic nervous system, and the neuroendocrine system
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(7); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yoav Livneh, Rachel A. RossJoel C. GeerlingProf.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAGert Cauwenberghs

UCSD
【Keywords】Learning(0+5); Sense(0+3); Machine(0+3); Cognition(0+2); Intelligence(0+2); Synaptic Transmission(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Vision(0+1); Adaptation(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+4); In vivo(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】 Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIDA??Bethesda, MD, USAMike Michaelides

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Imaging(6+3); Dopamine(8+0); Receptor(6+0); Synapse(5+0); Metabolism(5+0); D2 receptor(4+0); Cocaine(4+0); Structure(3+0); Disease(3+0); Transporter(2+0); Addiction(1+1); Retina(2+0); Pain(2+0); Aggression(2+0); Nucleus accumbens(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Knockout(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Degeneration(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Aging(1+0); Opioids(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Body Weight(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Stress(1+0); PFC(1+0); Raphe(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Rat(5+0); Mouse(3+0); Rodent(3+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(4+0); Pharmacology(3+1); Biochemistry(3+0); Model(3+0); Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); PET(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Biobehavioral Imaging & Molecular Neuropsychopharmacology Unit
【Publications】Science(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yasmin Hurd001725
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
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USADaniel W. Moran

WUSTL
【Keywords】Motor(9+2); Engineering(9+0); Biomechanics(4+0); Reaching(3+0); Motor learning(0+3); Brain-Computer Interface(3+0); Stroke(2+0); Spectral(2+0); Kinematics(0+2); Muscle(1+1); Motor cortex(1+1); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Axon(1+0); Perception(1+0); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Finger(1+0); Motor control(0+1); Neuroprosthetics(1+0); Decoding(1+0); Primary motor cortex (M1)(0+1);
【Models】Human(5+0); Non-human primate(0+2); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Tracing(2+0); Model(0+2); LFP(1+0); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】Neurophysiology of volitional arm movements and its application to neuroprosthetics
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gary  T Yamaguchi, Andrew SchwartzJoshua Tzvi Vogelstein, David A. Borton, James A. Hokanson, Scott D Kennedy, Jessi L. Mischel, Matthew R. MacEwan, Jesse  J. Wheeler, Juan Sebastian Pardo, Sherwin S. Chan, Wei Wang, Dustin A. Heldman, Nicholas R. Anderson, Adam Rouse, Jordan J. Williams, Thomas M. Pearce, Leo Luan LiYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Leuthardt, Eric Claude [⬀] Moran, Daniel William; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Development of a Micro-Ecog Neuroprosthesis For Motor Rehabilitation in a Chronic Corticospinal Stroke Injury@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1007802Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARichard Tsien

NYU
【Keywords】Calcium channel(10+1); CA2(4+5); Membrane(1+3); Vesicle(0+4); Synapse(1+3); Neurotransmitter(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(1+2); Transcription(1+2); Vesicle fusion(0+2); LTP(2+0); Muscle(2+0); Learning and memory(0+2); Connection(0+2); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); GABA(0+1); Acetylcholine(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Peptide(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Dystonia(0+1); Sense(1+0); Adaptation(0+1); Migraine(0+1); Memory(1+0); Context(0+1); Attention(0+1); Art(0+1); Dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(6+1); Gene(1+1); Pharmacology(2+0); Behavior(1+0); Whole-cell recording(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Signaling mechanisms Linksing activity to cytoplasmic events
【Publications】Nature(8); Science(3); Cell(3); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Julian Jack, Denis NobleKarl Deisseroth, N. Charles Harata, W Jon Lederer, William Jonathan Lederer, Li Li, Eduardo Marbán, Scott F. Owen, Steven A. Siegelbaum, Jeremy Ballard Bergsman, Keith Roger Bley, Tara C. Thiagarajan, Alexander M. Aravanis, Jason Lee Pyle, Edward S. Boyden, Natasha Noel Tirko, Samuel M. Cohen, Patrick Luzi Bader, Bruce P. Bean, Haruhiko Bito, Yu-qing Cao, Gong Chen, Sukwoo Choi, Hollis Cline, Aaron P. Fox, Xue Han, Peter Hess, Ege T. Kavalali, Diane Lipscombe, Guosong Liu, Antonio Malgaroli, Roberto Malinow, Edwin McCleskey, Paul G. Mermelstein, Hyokeun Park, Andrew Randall, Gangyi Wu, Naibo Yang, Jian Yang, Qi Zhang, Rachel D. Groth, Ananya Mitra, Michael R. Tadross, Robert S. Kass, Jeffry B. Lansman, Robert L. Rosenberg, Daniel V. Madison, Julie A. Kauer, David Friel, Felix E. Schweizer, William A. Sather, Vadim E. Degtyar, Stephen Mark Smith, Erika S. Piedras-Renteria, Houhui Hugh Xia, Damian G. Wheeler, Yulong Li, Israeli Ran, Alejandro SalahRoger Y. TsienYears: 2018; Recipients: Tsien, Richard W; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Oxytocin Modulation of Neural Circuit Function and Behavior@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1066542Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMatthew Smuck

Stanford
【Keywords】Spine(34+0); Pain(16+0); Steroid(6+0); Disease(1+1); Disorder(2+0); Gait(2+0); Exercise(2+0); Engineering(2+0); Development(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Deformity(1+0); APP(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Spinal Cord Injury(1+0); Nociception(1+0); Methodology(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(2+0); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001453Assoc Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAPeter D. Lukasiewicz

WUSTL
【Keywords】Vision(1+6); Receptor(0+6); Retina(1+5); Glutamate(0+3); GABA(0+3); CNS(0+2); Knockout(0+1); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Transporter(0+1); Glycine receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Sodium channel(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+1);
【Methods】Channel(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Synaptic function and retinal neurobiology
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Frank S. WerblinMatthew H. Higgs, Colleen R. Shields, Rachel M. Huckfeldt, Philip R. Williams, Robert J. Purgert, Erika D. EggersGreg MaguireYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Lukasiewicz, Peter D; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Visual Function Testing Module@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARobert Sapolsky

Stanford
【Keywords】Stress(4+1); Stroke(4+0); Dendrite(3+0); Injury(3+0); Receptor(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Inflammation(2+0); Social(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Blood flow(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Evolutionary(2+0); CNS(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Infection(1+0); Toxic injury(1+0); Object recognition(1+0); Memory(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Circadian(1+0); Neuroendocrinology(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】Rat(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Model(2+0); Gene(0+1); Protein(1+0); Ex vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Melvin Konner, Bruce S. McEwen, Wylie ValeJohannes Hugo Decker, Rudy Bellani, Lara Maria Rangel, Alireza Karimi Javan, Olu Ajilore, Deveroux Ferguson, Nate Manley, Tim Meier, L. Michael Romero, Mani/Madhuri Roy, Shawn Sorrells, Geoff Tombaugh, Olusola Alade Ajilore, Madhuri Roy, Ilana S. Hairston, Tonya Bliss, Michelle Y. Cheng, Jenny/Yun-Chia Chou, Klaus Dinkel, Ted Dumas, Ki A. Goosens, Dora Y. Ho, Heidi Horner, Lauren Jacobson, Daniela Kaufer, Angela Lee, Andrea Nicholas, William Ogle, Sarina M. Rodrigues, Kate Raley Susman, Ajai Vyas, Heng Zhao, Javier R. Caso, Andrew K. Evans, Avis Brennan HainsSundari Chetty, Christian Mirescu, John C. Wingfield, Kevin S. KinneyYears: 2009 — 2010; Recipients: Sapolsky, Robert M. ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Pro-Inflammatory Glucocorticoid Effects in the Cns@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHyongsok Soh

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAEdwin Rubel

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+6); Hair cell(0+5); Auditory(0+4); Receptor(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Sense(0+1); Signal processing(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Bird(0+2); Zebrafish(0+2);
【Methods】In vivo(0+4); In vitro(0+4); Gene(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAEvan Feinberg

UCSF
【Keywords】Sense(0+4); Structure(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Context(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Cortical-subcortical networks for sensory processing and behavior
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAntonio Convit

NYU
【Keywords】Cognition(2+1); Sleep(2+0); Metabolism(1+1); Cerebrovascular(2+0); Neurology(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Cognitive effects of obesity and metabolic dysregulation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALauren Mikula

Stanford
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAKim Butts Pauly

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(19+0); Neuromodulation(1+3); Movement disorder(1+1); Tumor(2+0); Body(0+2); Frequency(2+0); Temperature(2+0); Blood brain barrier(0+2); Engineering(0+2); Structure(0+1); Oscillation(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Stroke(1+0); Sense(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Pain(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Motor(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Stress(1+0); Respiratory(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Diffusion MRI(1+0); Motor cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(13+1); In vivo(2+0); Behavior(2+0); DBS(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Sonal JosanYears: 2011; Recipients: Pauly, Kim Butts; Code: P01; Title/Keywords: Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Guided Cancer Interventions@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1.009008737Prof.
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
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USADouglas F Levinson

Stanford
【Keywords】Depression(9+0); Schizophrenia(6+1); Disorder(5+1); Psychiatry(5+1); Regulation(1+0); Development(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Perinatal(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Methodology(0+1); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+3); Behavior(0+1); Mathematics(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlapakkam P. Sampath

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJonathan H Lin

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+5); Transgenic(0+1); Intracellular signaling(0+1); Development(0+1); Cell line(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(0+7); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAGwenaelle Geleoc

Harvard
【Keywords】Hair cell(9+7); Therapy(3+1); Sense(2+2); Auditory(4+0); Vestibular(4+0); Development(1+2); Receptor(1+1); Ion Channel(1+1); Disorder(2+0); Acquisition(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Mutant(0+1); HCN(1+0); Structure(1+0); Disease(0+1); Tumor(1+0); Form(0+1); Body(1+0); Frequency(0+1); Knowledge(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(11+1); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(6+3); Model(2+1); Channel(1+0); Virus(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Functional development of sensory hair cells of the mammalian inner ear and gene therapy of Usher Syndrome
【Publications】JNS(4); Nature Communications(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Cornelius Kros, Jonathan F. Ashmore, David P. CoreyAssist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARichard J Reimer

Stanford
【Keywords】Transporter(4+7); Disease(3+8); Neurotransmitter(0+6); Glutamate(4+1); Disorder(0+5); Membrane(1+3); Imaging(3+1); Vesicle(1+1); Epilepsy(1+1); Development(2+0); Metabolism(1+1); Modulation(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); GABA(0+1); GABAA receptor(1+0); Glia(0+1); CNS(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Pediatric(1+0); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Model(3+1); Pharmacology(1+2); Gene(0+2); Protein(1+0); Biochemistry(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(3); JNS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert H. EdwardsHiroaki TaniYears: 2007 — 2010; Recipients: Reimer, Richard J; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Pathophysiology of Lysosomal Free Sialic Acid Storage Disorders@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAArtur Indzhykulian

Harvard
【Keywords】Hair cell(12+3); Therapy(10+1); Auditory(7+0); Form(0+5); Ion Channel(3+1); Vestibular(3+1); Regeneration(3+0); Knockout(2+0); TRP channel(2+0); Disease(0+2); Amino acid(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Development(1+0); Sense(0+1); Vision(0+1); Morphology(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(7+0); Bird(2+0); Non-human primate(1+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+2); Protein(7+1); Channel(5+0); Model(5+0); Electrophysiology(0+2); Microscopy(0+2);
【Research】Hair cell mechanotransduction, stereocilia bundle morphology and ultrastructure, AAV gene therapy for Usher Syndrome
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000614Assist Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAStephen Smith

UW
【Keywords】Synapse(0+4); Autism(0+3); Glutamate(0+2); Form(0+2); Machine(0+2); Disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+4); Protein(0+4); Behavior(0+3); Model(0+2);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System; Behavioral Neuroscience
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADaphna Shohamy

Columbia
【Keywords】Learning(16+9); Cognition(13+4); Dopamine(5+2); Parkinson's disease(5+1); Memory(4+2); Hippocampus(1+5); Basal ganglia(6+0); Striatum(1+5); Cognitive neuroscience(5+0); Category(5+0); Learning and memory(3+1); Decision making(1+3); Disease(1+2); Motivation(3+0); Neuroimaging(2+1); Development(0+2); Schizophrenia(1+1); Social cognition(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Dopamine neuron(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sequence learning(1+0); Timing(1+0); Attention(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Periaqueductal gray(1+0);
【Models】Human(6+2);
【Methods】Behavior(1+1); fMRI(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Brain Imaging; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Neuroscience And Biobehavioral Reviews(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Mark Gluck, Anthony D. WagnerHezi Ben Sasson, Erin Kendall Braun, Juliet Y. Davidow, Raphael T. Gerraty, Celia Durkin, Jonathan Nicholas, G. Elliott Wimmer, Jenna M. Reinen, Karin Foerde, Katherine D. Duncan, Akram Bakkour, Zarrar Shehzad, Suzanne C. WoodYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Shohamy, Daphna; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Crcns Research Proposal: Collaborative Research: Prioritization of Memory Reactivation For Decision-Making@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 1006806Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARobert A. Rissman

UCSD
【Keywords】Biomarker(0+4); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Biochemistry & Molecular; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJay Baraban MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Translation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Cocaine(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAJosh McDermott

MIT
【Keywords】Auditory(1+3); Machine(0+4); Music(1+2); Cognition(0+2); Perception(1+1); Structure(1+0); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Speech(1+0); Emotion(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】Computation(0+3); Model(0+2); Statistics(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】Computational Audition
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nancy Kanwisher, Geoffrey E. Hinton, Edward H. Adelson, Andrew J. Oxenham, Eero P. SimoncelliSara F. Popham, Malinda J. McPherson, Sam Victor Norman-Haignere, Alex J E KellYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Mcdermott, Josh H; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Auditory Scene Analysis With Complex Sounds@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAXia Yang

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

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

UW
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Disorder(0+3); Transgenic(0+2); Regulation(0+2); Dopamine(0+1); 5-HT(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Context(0+1); Art(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAVijay Sharma

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(20+0); Imaging(1+6); Disease(1+5); Cognition(4+0); Development(0+3); Structure(2+0); Neurodegenerative disease(1+1); Cardiovascular(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Ischemia(1+0); Tumor(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+2); Gene(0+1); PET(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Design and Development of Small Organics and Metalloprobes for Radiological Molecular Imaging in Biomedical Science
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
014937Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAPamela Flood

Stanford
【Keywords】Pain(18+0); Anesthesia(12+0); Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor(5+0); Acetylcholine receptor(5+0); Sleep(4+0); Inflammation(3+0); Movement disorder(2+0); Exercise(2+0); GABA(1+0); Ligand gated ion channel(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(1+0); Chloride(1+0); Electrical synapse(1+0); Development(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Body(1+0); Headache(1+0); Neuropathic pain(1+0); Stress(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0); Xenopus(1+0);
【Methods】Pharmacology(2+0); Model(2+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gordon A. Donaldson003729Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAPeter Schiller

MIT
【Keywords】Vision(2+8); Receptor(7+0); Eye Movement(0+6); Opiate(3+0); Peptide(3+0); V1(1+2); FEF(0+2); Visual cortex(0+2); Signal transduction(1+0); Amino acid(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Development(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Injury(1+0); Perception(1+0); Retina(0+1); Photoreceptor(0+1); Depth(0+1); Depth perception(1+0); Color(0+1); Object(0+1); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(0+1); V2(0+1);
【Models】Monkey(2+1); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0); Bird(0+1);
【Methods】Pharmacology(4+1); In vitro(3+0); Biochemistry(2+0); Microstimulation(0+2); Histochemistry(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】The Neural Control of Vision; The Neural Control of Visually Guided Eye movements
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Morton Wiener, Hans-Lukas TeuberRobert M. McPeek, I-han Chou, Carol L. Colby, Max Cynader, Barbara L. Finlay, Anya Hurlbert, Ronald Kalil, Kyoung-Min Lee, Julie Sandell, Helen Sherk, Marc A. Sommer, Larry R. Squire, Andreas S. Tolias, Karl Zipser, Ronald Chase, Nancy EJ Berman, Michael P. Stryker, Robert P. Dolan, Karl Frederick Arrington, Victor A.F. Lamme, Tai Sing Lee, Nikos K. Logothetis, Joseph G. Malpeli, John HR Maunsell, James A. Mazer, Tirin Moore, Jacob Richter, Paul Haenny, Fritz Koerner, Marilee Ogren, Rufin Vogels, Jeffrey Schall, Edward J. Tehovnik, Warren Slocum, Shaul Hochstein, Edward J. TehovnikYears: 2008; Recipients: Schiller, Peter H; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Core - Vision Processies@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1012103Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USARandy Buckner

Harvard
【Keywords】Cognition(4+2); Aging(5+0); Development(4+0); Alzheimer's disease(4+0); Memory(3+1); Psychiatry(3+0); Schizophrenia(3+0); Imaging(2+1); Neuroimaging(2+1); Dopamine(2+0); Disease(1+1); Dysfunction(0+2); Vision(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Structure(1+0); Translation(0+1); Disorder(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Pain(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Working memory(1+0); Executive function(1+0); Cognitive Control(0+1); Social cognition(1+0); Blood flow(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Connectomics(1+0); Parietal lobe(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Striatum(0+1); Caudate(1+0); White matter(1+0); Cerebellum(0+1);
【Models】Human(9+2);
【Methods】Gene(6+2); MRI(2+0); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); fMRI(1+0); MEG(1+0); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Human neuroscience explorations of large-scale brain circuit function and dysfunction
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Nature Communications(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven E. Petersen, Bruce RosenMargaret A. Sheridan, Tracy H. Wang, Elizabeth H. Beam, Anthony Fotenos, Ted D. Satterthwaite, Fenna Krienen, James K. Bursley, Justin T. Baker, Mark E. Wheeler, Luigi Maccotta, Benjamin J. Shannon, Amitai Shenhav, Eun Young Choi, Justin L. Vincent, Hesheng Liu, Gagan S. Wig, Itamar Kahn, Yun-Ching Kao, Koene R.A. Van Dijk, Hamdi Eryilmaz, Jared A. Nielsen, Kristina M. Visscher, Avram J. Holmes, Rodrigo M Braga, Daniel Scott MarcusDonna Rose Addis, Xi-Nian ZuoYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Barch, Deanna M (co-PI) [⬀] Bookheimer, Susan Y (co-PI) [⬀] Buckner, Randy LDapretto, Mirella (co-PI) [⬀] Smith, Stephen Mark (co-PI) [⬀] Smith, Stephen Mark (co-PI) [⬀] Smith, Stephen Mark (co-PI) [⬀] Somerville, Leah Helene (co-PI) [⬀] Thomas, Kathleen M (co-PI) [⬀] Van Essen, David C. [⬀] Yacoub, Essa; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Mapping the Human Connectome During Typical Development@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.957091311Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJan Drugowitsch

Harvard
【Keywords】Decision making(13+0); Inference(6+0); Learning(5+0); Multisensory(4+0); Modulation(3+0); Reward(2+0); Machine learning(1+1); OFC(2+0); Environment(1+0); Sense(1+0); Context(0+1); Spatial navigation(0+1); Social(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Bayesian(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Robot(1+0);
【Models】Human(5+0);
【Methods】Computation(3+4); Behavior(0+4); Model(3+0); Theory(0+3); Gene(2+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Statistical computations and neuronal mechanisms underlying complex decisions and behavior under uncertainty
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(4); JNS(1); Nature Communications(2); eLife(2);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alexandre Pouget, Etienne Koechlin, Alexandre PougetYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Drugowitsch, Jan; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Crcns: Leveraging Decision-Making Variability to Identify Underlying Computations@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1000939Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJing Wang

NYU
【Keywords】Pain(4+11); Environment(4+0); Regulation(0+3); Neuromodulation(1+0); Glutamate(0+1); AMPA receptor(0+1); Somatosensory(1+0); Brain-Machine Interface(0+1); Stress(1+0); Machine learning(0+1); Machine(1+0); PFC(0+1); S1(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+3); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Gene(1+0); Pharmacology(0+1); Model(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】AMPA receptors in pain and anesthesia
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(4); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nathan NovemskyYears: 2018; Recipients: Jones, Corbin D (co-PI) [⬀] Volkan, Pelin CWang, Jing W (co-PI) [⬀] Wang, Jing W (co-PI) [⬀] Wang, Jing W (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Epigenetic Reprogramming of Behaviors With Sensory Experience@ Duke University; Matching Score: 0.928042928Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAnton Maximov

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Sense(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Structure(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Spine(0+1); Disease(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Autism(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAWendy A. Suzuki

NYU
【Keywords】Memory(0+2); Cognition(0+1); Exercise(0+1); Learning(0+1); Temporal lobe(0+1); Medial Temporal Lobe(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Organization of memory in the medial temporal lobe and the effects of exercise on learning, memory and cognition
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAIone Fine

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+5); Object recognition(0+1); Face(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(0+1); Behavior(0+1); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Research
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARoel A. Ophoff

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+1); Migraine(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAElizabeth Jonas

Yale
【Keywords】Mitochondria(0+5); Synaptic Transmission(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Connection(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Vesicle(0+1); Vesicle fusion(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】Endocrinology; Mitochondria; Nervous System; Synaptic Transmission; Neurobiology; Apoptosis.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAMark H. Tuszynski

UCSD
【Keywords】Plasticity(0+5); Axon(0+3); Regeneration(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Aging(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Spinal Cord Injury(0+2); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Injury(0+1); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Basal forebrain(0+1);
【Models】Primate(0+2); Rodent(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+4); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems; Clinical
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAPascal Kaeser

Harvard
【Keywords】Vesicle(7+1); Neurotransmitter release(6+1); Synapse(6+1); Dopamine(2+3); Plasticity(2+3); Neurotransmitter(0+3); Vesicle docking(3+0); Learning(2+1); CA2(3+0); Neuromodulation(0+2); Structure(2+0); Membrane(1+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+1); Short-term plasticity(2+0); Development(1+1); Vascular network(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Monoamine(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Vesicle fusion(0+1); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); LTP(1+0); LTD(1+0); Glia(0+1); Axon(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Depression(1+0); Somatosensory(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(7+1); Gene(2+1); Channel(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Architecture and plasticity of neurotransmitter release sites
【Publications】Cell(2); JNS(1); eLife(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Review(3); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2); Trends In Neurosciences(1); Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas C. SudhofYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Kaeser, Pascal Simon; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Dissecting the Assembly of Vertebrate Neurotransmitter Release Sites@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1003214Assist Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJeff Lichtman

Harvard
【Keywords】Plasticity(2+1); Development(2+1); Neural Circuit(1+2); Synapse(1+1); Auditory(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Connectomics(2+0); Transgenic(0+1); Glia(0+1); Disease(0+1); Vision(1+0); Color(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Connection(0+1); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0); Zebrafish(1+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(3+1); Gene(0+1); Cell culture(0+1); Tracing(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Studies of synaptic circuitry and their rearrangements
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dale Purves, Eric FrankKate Mahoney, Daniel Haehn, shuhsien sheu, Derron Lee Bishop, Wai Thong Wong, Michael Lyn Bernstein, Mark Walsh, John D. Wylie, Ju Lu, Corey M. McCann, Shu-Hsien Sheu, Ryan Draft, David Grant Colburn Hildebrand, Mohammed Akaaboune, Rita Balice-Gordon, Jay S. Coggan, Wen-Biao Gan, Bobby Kasthuri, Jean Livet, Yaron Meirovitch, Haruo Mizutani, Juan Carlos Tapia, Miguel Vaz Afonso, Hyuno Kang, Hirohide Iwasaki, Joshua L. Morgan, Daniel R. Berger, Xueying Wang, Jonathan Boulanger-Weill, Jaime Grutzendler, Thomas Misgeld, Tamily A. Weissman, Dawen Cai, Erika Hartwieg, Stephen TurneyJoshua R. SanesYears: 2018; Recipients: Lichtman, Jeff W; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Project 2@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAElizabeth Mormino

Stanford
【Keywords】Neurology(10+0); Disease(6+0); Cognition(6+0); Aging(3+0); Metabolism(3+0); Imaging(3+0); Degeneration(1+0); Vulnerability(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Tau(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Inferior frontal gyrus(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】PET(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(2); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
005054Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlbert Sattin

UCLA
【Keywords】Disorder(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【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.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAXin Zhang

Columbia
【Keywords】Development(1+2); Structure(2+0); Differentiation(1+1); Disease(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Cell fate(1+0); Adhesion(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Vision(0+1); Retina(0+1); Context(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1); Mouse(0+2); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+2); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Tracing(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Mechanism of FGF signaling in eye development; Molecular regulation of cell shape, adhesion and migration; Glial Development and Pathology; Neural Degeneration and Repair ;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(2); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bin He019697Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALawrence Fung

Stanford
【Keywords】Autism(20+2); Psychiatry(15+0); Disorder(5+3); Developmental Disorder(6+1); Development(3+3); Fragile X(4+2); Receptor(4+0); Neuroimaging(0+4); GABA(0+2); GABAA receptor(1+1); Neurology(2+0); Pediatric(2+0); Sense(2+0); Imaging(1+1); Modulation(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); CNS(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Neuro-oncology(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Exploration(1+0); Engineering(0+1); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0); Monkey(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); Pharmacology(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(5);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Allan ReissYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Fung, Lawrence; Code: K08; Title/Keywords: Gabaergic Neurophysiology in Autism Spectrum Disorder@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915001532Assist Prof.
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
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADion Khodagholy Araghy

Columbia
【Keywords】Translation(0+1); Oscillation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Acquisition(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+1); Rat(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】In vivo(3+0); ECoG(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neuroelectronics; Neurobiology of learning and memory; Translational neuroscience ;
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(3); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAmin Arbabian

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(8+1); Frequency(6+0); Engineering(2+0); Depth(1+0); Phase shift(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Ultrasonic(8+1); Theory(3+0); Electrical stimulation(2+0); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Arbabian, Amin; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: A Wireless, Implantable Microdevice For Closed-Loop Drug Delivery to Prevent the Morbidity of Diabetes Therapy-Induced Hypoglycemia@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1001372Assist Prof.
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
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJudith Frydman

Stanford
【Keywords】Mutant(3+0); Infection(3+0); Translation(2+0); Disease(1+1); Tumor(2+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Environment(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Vulnerability(1+0); Aging(1+0); Body(1+0); Touch(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine(1+0); Connection(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(15+1); In vivo(6+0); Virus(3+0); Biochemistry(1+0); Biophysics(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Computation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(1); Cell(5); Nature Communications(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(2); eLife(2); PLOS Computational Biology(1);
【Reviews】Review(2); Annual Review Of Biochemistry(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Koning Shen, Douglas E. Feldman, Anne S. Meyer, Alice Y. Yam, Daniel Kaganovich, Ron GellerYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Brunet, Anne [⬀] Frydman, Judith; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Proteostasis in the Aging Brain@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1013285Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARoger P. Woods

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(13+0); Disorder(4+0); Psychiatry(3+0); Exercise(2+0); Therapy(1+0); Addiction(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Learning(1+0); Context(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAFernando Gómez-Pinilla

UCLA
【Keywords】CNS(0+3); Disease(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Trauma(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Environment(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Exercise(0+1); Learning(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USACarlo Colantuoni

JHU
【Keywords】Development(0+3); Differentiation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+5);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USADavid  Raible

UW
【Keywords】Hair cell(0+11); Synapse(0+2); Disorder(0+2); Perception(0+2); Ion Channel(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Regeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Body(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Vestibular(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Zebrafish(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vivo(0+1);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Developmental Neuroscience;
Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADon Zack MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Photoreceptor(0+8); Disease(0+6); Transgenic(0+4); Regulation(0+2); Transcription(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Retina(0+2); Mutant(0+1); Signal transduction(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Form(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+4); Rat(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+9); Protein(0+4); Model(0+3); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Cell culture(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAMazen Kheirbek

UCSF
【Keywords】Hippocampus(0+8); Emotion(0+5); Neural Circuit(0+3); Dentate gyrus(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Context(0+2); Fear(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Development(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(0+1); Aversive(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Neural network(0+1); CA2(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+7); Optogenetics(0+2); In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neural circuits for emotional behaviors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USASimon Peron

NYU
【Keywords】Sense(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Population imaging of sensory networks
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Fabrizio Gabbiani, Karel SvobodaDaniel StolzbergAssist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAAndrew Rosenberg

NYU
【Keywords】Speech(11+0); Language(4+0); Perception(2+0); Signal processing(2+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Injury(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Machine learning(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Model(1+0);
【Research】Post-surgery anesthetic interventions
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002142Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHakwan Lau

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USARoberto Malinow

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Receptor(7+7); LTD(4+0); Peptide(1+1); Structure(2+0); Disease(1+1); Sclerosis(2+0); Engineering(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Membrane(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Cell therapy(1+0); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Protein(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(5); Science(2); Cell(11); PNAS(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USANadine Gaab

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(14+7); Dyslexia(13+1); Language(3+3); Plasticity(3+1); Cognition(2+2); White matter(4+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+2); Auditory(2+1); Auditory processing(3+0); Memory(3+0); Executive function(3+0); Environment(1+1); Pediatric(1+1); Vision(2+0); Form(2+0); Learning(1+1); Neuroimaging(1+1); Structure(1+0); Neurology(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Perception(1+0); Face(1+0); Motor(1+0); Temporal processing(1+0); Speech(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Neural network(1+0); Auditory cortex(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+1);
【Methods】fMRI(5+1); Behavior(5+0); Gene(0+1); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(0+1); Theory(1+0);
【Research】Developmental cognitive neuroscience and pediatric neuroimaging with a special focus on language-based learning disabilities
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gottfried Schlaug, Paula Tallal, John D.E. GabrieliElizabeth S. Norton, Christopher BenjaminYears: 2016 — 2018; Recipients: Gaab, NadineGrant, Patricia Ellen; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Examining Neural Mechanisms of Developmental Dyslexia From Infancy to School-Age@ Children's Hospital Corporation; Matching Score: 0.901004934Assoc Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAPallavi Gopal

Yale
【Keywords】Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; Autopsy; Cell Biology; Neurons; Ribonucleoproteins; Neurodegenerative Diseases; RNA Transport; Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration; TDP-43 Proteinopathies.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USADavid S. Williams

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【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.
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAErika L. Nurmi

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+3); Disorder(0+2); ADHD(0+1); Autism(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Depression(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
CAS-ION??Shanghai, ChinaHua-Tai Xu

CAS-ION
【Keywords】Microcircuit(0+10); Disorder(0+5); Development(0+4); Disease(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+3); Blood flow(0+3); Imaging(1+2); Cell line(0+2); Cell lineage(0+2); Autism(0+2); Alzheimer's disease(0+2); Form(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synapse formation(0+1); Spine(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Vision(1+0); Motor(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(1+1); Gene(0+1); MRI(0+1); Whole-cell recording(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuit Development
【Publications】Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000758Investigator
NIH-NIA??Bethesda, MD, USANigel H. Greig

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】Brain injury(4+0); Alzheimer's disease(3+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(2+0); Pathology(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Neuroprotective(2+0); Neuroinflammation(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Stress(2+0); Monoamine(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Tau(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Motor(1+0); Hormone(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Rat(4+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Model(5+0); Virus(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANicholas Ouellette

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(4+1); Dynamics(4+1); Chaos(3+0); Anesthesia(2+0); Environment(1+1); Consciousness(1+0); Signal processing(0+1); Engineering(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Bird(1+1); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); EEG(2+0); Model(1+1); Simulation(1+1); Mathematics(0+1); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(11);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002473Assoc Prof.
NIH-NINR??Bethesda, MD, USAKatherine G. Meilleur

NIH-NINR
【Keywords】Muscle(2+4); Disease(2+2); Neuromuscular(2+1); Receptor(1+1); Disorder(2+0); Motor(2+0); Fatigue(1+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Calcium channel(0+1); Structure(1+0); Translation(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Injury(0+1); Sclerosis(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(2+1); Protein(1+2); Channel(0+2); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Neuromuscular Symptoms Unit
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMaheen Mausoof Adamson

Stanford
【Keywords】Aging(7+0); Cognition(4+0); Brain injury(3+0); Caudate(3+0); Alzheimer's disease(2+0); ApoE(2+0); Stress(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); Environment(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Depression(1+0); Social(1+0); Language(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Temporal lobe(1+0); Medial Temporal Lobe(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(1+0); Behavior(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000506Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAElena Chartoff

Harvard
【Keywords】Receptor(15+3); Dopamine(10+1); Reward(6+2); Nucleus accumbens(4+3); Psychiatry(5+0); Addiction(3+1); Cocaine(4+0); Stress(2+1); AMPA receptor(1+1); NMDA receptor(2+0); D1 receptor(2+0); Glutamate receptor(0+2); Development(2+0); Social(2+0); Motivation(1+1); VTA(2+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Chloride(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Glia(0+1); Dopamine neuron(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Disease(0+1); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Nicotine(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Depression(0+1); Learning(1+0); Timing(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); Imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Central nucleus(1+0); Striatum(1+0);
【Models】Rat(11+1); Mouse(3+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Rodent(1+0); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(7+2); Protein(3+1); Behavior(3+0); Pharmacology(3+0);
【Research】Molecular mechanisms and neural circuits of motivated behavior related to addiction in rodent models
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
William A. CarlezonDiane M. Damez WernoEugene P Brandon002966Assoc Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USACatherine A. Schevon

Columbia
【Keywords】Epilepsy(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(0+1);
【Research】Neurobiology of epilepsy and associated cognitive disorders; Systems Neuroscience ; Neurophysiology; Theoretical Neuroscience ;
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAFrederick Lenz MD

JHU
【Keywords】Sense(0+4); Movement disorder(0+2); Pain(0+2); Attention(0+2); Thalamus(0+2); Structure(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Plasticity(0+1); Synchrony(0+1); Epilepsy(0+1); CNS(0+1); Motor(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+4);
【Methods】LFP(0+1);
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAMustafa Sahin

Harvard
【Keywords】Sclerosis(17+2); Development(7+1); Autism(3+2); Axon(2+2); Disease(0+4); Neurology(4+0); Developmental Disorder(2+1); Imaging(1+2); White matter(2+1); Axon guidance(2+0); Dysfunction(1+1); Tumor(1+1); Pediatric(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Seizure(1+0); Glia(0+1); Regeneration(1+0); CNS(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Synapse formation(1+0); Spine(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Social behavior(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Diffusion tensor imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(1+0); Connection(0+1); Basal ganglia(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+3); Human(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Model(4+3); Behavior(2+1); Gene(2+0); Cell culture(0+2); EEG(1+1); Protein(1+0);
【Research】Cellular Mechanisms of Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Epilepsy
【Publications】Curr Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Susan J. Hockfield, Michael E. GreenbergAllison Joy Mazzella, Samantha M Schaeffer, Ioannis Kramvis, Chloe E Super, Meera E. Modi, Min Jeong Kye, Peter Tsai, Jonathan O. LiptonYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Nelson, Charles Alexander [⬀] Sahin, Mustafa; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Translational Post-Doctoral Training in Neurodevelopment@ Boston Children's Hospital; Matching Score: 1012398Prof.
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USALee E. Eiden

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Stress(5+0); Hypothalamus(3+0); Brain injury(2+0); Morphology(2+0); Neuroendocrine(2+0); Energy metabolism(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Neuroinflammation(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Depression(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Motivation(1+0); Homeostatic(1+0); HPA axis(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); CA1(1+0); Amygdala(1+0); Locus coeruleus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); In vivo(2+0); Behavior(2+0); Gene(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Cell(10);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARafael Romero

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

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(2+1); ADHD(3+0); Attention(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAWilliam Quinn

MIT
【Keywords】Learning(0+8); Mutant(0+4); Memory(1+3); Learning and memory(0+3); Long-term memory(0+3); Engineering(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Neuropeptide(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Transcription(0+1); Form(0+1); Acquisition(0+1);
【Models】Drosophila(2+1);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Protein(1+0); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Genetic and Molecular Studies of Learning and Memory in Drosophila
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Seymour BenzerKwang Wook Choi, Tim Tully, Scott WaddellYears: 1998 — 2000; Recipients: Quinn, William G; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Cloning the Drosophila Radish Gene@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.915Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAKarunesh Ganguly

UCSF
【Keywords】Motor(0+4); Oscillation(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Injury(0+1); Motor learning(0+1); Neuroprosthetics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】In vivo(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neuroprosthetics, motor rehabilitation, and plasticity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAKendall J. Blumer

WUSTL
【Keywords】Tumor(0+5); Mutant(0+2); Regulation(2+0); Therapy(0+2); CRISPR/Cas9(0+1); Signal transduction(0+1); Disease(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Protein(4+2); Model(0+3); Gene(0+1); Biochemistry(0+1); Biophysics(0+1); Pharmacology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Tumor cell signal transduction and drug development
【Publications】eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Patrick Osei-OwusuJohn Raymond HeplerYears: 2019; Recipients: Blumer, Kendall J; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: G Alpha-Q/11 Signaling and Inhibition in Ocular Melanoma@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAJohn C. Mazziotta

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAEd Boyden

MIT
【Keywords】Optical(10+0); Transgenic(3+0); Engineering(0+2); Plasticity(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Development(1+0); Disease(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Perception(1+0); Vision(1+0); Touch(1+0); Learning(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0); Imaging(1+0); V1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Non-human primate(2+0); Primate(2+0); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Microscopy(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0); Electrophysiology(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); Nature Methods(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
025965Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USACorey Harwell

Harvard
【Keywords】Development(1+3); Glia(3+0); Interneuron(1+2); Disorder(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Form(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Microcircuit(1+0); Therapy(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Barrel cortex(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+0); Stem Cell(1+0);
【Methods】Tracing(0+2); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Cortical Circuit Assembly
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Elly Nedivi, Arnold R. KriegsteinYears: 2019; Recipients: Harwell, Corey C; Code: R56; Title/Keywords: Temporal Specification of Basal Forebrain Circuitry@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 0.958Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAMichael Koelle

Yale
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+6); 5-HT(0+3); GABA(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Depression(0+1);
【Models】C. elegans(0+3);
【Methods】Protein(0+3); Biophysics(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Biochemistry; Biophysics; Molecular Biology; Neurobiology; Serotonin; Caenorhabditis elegans; Neurotransmitter Agents; RGS Proteins.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USASoohyun Lee

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Regulation(3+0); Receptor(3+0); Plasticity(1+1); Development(1+1); Tumor(2+0); Somatosensory(2+0); Barrel cortex(2+0); Motor(2+0); Exploration(2+0); Transporter(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Vision(1+0); Concept(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Protein(3+0); Behavior(0+2); EEG(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Unit on Functional Neural Circuits
【Publications】Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Daniel J. Simons, Karl Kandler, Gord J. Fishell, Bernardo RudyAna R Inacio, Shovan Naskar, Jia QiYears: 2018; Recipients: Lee, Soohyun; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Circuit Mechanisms Underlying Cortical Communications@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 0.904002227
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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASteve I. Perlmutter

UW
【Keywords】Motor(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Spinal Cord Injury(0+2); Brain-Computer Interface(0+2); Regeneration(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sensorimotor Integration(0+1); Motor control(0+1); Optical(0+1);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+4); Primate(0+1); Rodent(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Behavior(0+2); Computation(0+2); Cell culture(0+1); Anatomy(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Brain-Computer Interfaces; Computational Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System; Motor Systems and Sensorimotor Integration; Neural Circuits
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAMarvin Bergsneider

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(35+1); Development(9+1); Contrast(8+0); Visual cortex(4+0); Face(3+0); Perception(2+0); Contour(2+0); Frequency(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); LTD(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Sense(1+0); Object(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(12+0);
【Methods】EEG(3+0); Computation(2+0); Statistics(2+0); Psychophysics(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0); fMRI(1+0); Electrical stimulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); JNS(2); PLOS Computational Biology(2);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Leo Ganz, Christopher W. Tyler, Lorrin RiggsFaraz Farzin, Deborah Orel-Bixler, Justin Michael Ales, Jacek Dmochowski, Faraz Farzin, Peter Jes Kohler, David Henry Peterzell, Uri Polat, Rick J. Brown, Ann M. Skoczenski, T Rowan Candy, Lawrence Gregory Appelbaum, Melanie Palomares, Jeffrey J. Tsai, Emily A. CooperStefano BaldassiYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Norcia, Anthony M; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Approaches to Visual System Modeling and Plasticity@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1007422Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAShirit Einav

Stanford
【Keywords】Infection(1+2); Membrane(1+1); Trafficking(1+1); Disease(2+0); Dynamics(1+1); Receptor(1+0); Development(0+1);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Virus(6+5); Protein(3+1); Gene(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(2); PNAS(2); PLoS Biol.(1); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAMark A. Stopfer

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Olfaction(7+1); Sense(2+4); Neural Circuit(3+1); Synapse(2+0); Antennal lobe(2+0); Gap junction(1+0); Development(1+0); Environment(0+1); Decision making(1+0); Neural encoding(1+0); Mushroom body(1+0); Olfactory tract(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(4+0);
【Methods】Channel(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Optogenetics(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Section on Sensory Coding and Neural Ensembles
【Publications】Neuron(2); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1); Curr Biol.(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Tom Carew, Gilles LaurentAlejandra Boronat Garcia, Rose Ong, Baraniharad Raman, Kazumichi Shimizu, Alejandra Boronat Garcia, Felice A. Dunn, Yu-Shan Hung, Iori Ito Namekawa, Nobuaki Tanaka, Nitin Gupta, Takaaki Miyazaki, Zane N. Aldworth, Subhasis Ray, Joby JosephYears: 2005 — 2018; Recipients: Stopfer, Mark A; Code: Z01ZIA; Title/Keywords: Sensory Coding by Ensembles of Neurons.@ Child Health and Human Development; Matching Score: 0.912
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAndrew J. Fuligni

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+5); Social(0+1);
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAChristoph Anacker

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

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Vision(8+6); Face(6+0); Object(3+2); Attention(1+3); Imaging(1+3); Visual cortex(1+2); Category(1+1); Emotion(1+1); Amygdala(2+0); Structure(0+1); Plasticity(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Human imaging(0+1); Object perception(0+1); Spatial attention(1+0); Feature-based attention(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Modality(0+1); Blood flow(0+1); Encoding(1+0); V1(1+0); V2(1+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(4+8); Human(2+4); Macaque(3+1); Non-human primate(3+0); Primate(3+0);
【Methods】fMRI(0+3); Anatomy(0+2); Tracing(0+1); MRI(1+0); Behavior(0+1); PET(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Neuron(1); JNS(1); Curr Biol.(3); PLoS Biol.(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABrent L. Fogel

UCLA
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USACharlotte Sumner MD

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+9); Motor Neuron(0+7); Motor(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Degeneration(0+2); Pathogenesis(0+2); Therapy(0+2); Sense(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Development(0+1); Axon(0+1); Axonal transport(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Neuromuscular(0+1); Form(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2); Mouse(0+2); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+6); Protein(0+4); Channel(0+2); In vivo(0+2); In vitro(0+2); Model(0+1);
【Research】Developmental Neuroscience; Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USASusan Courtney-Faruqee

JHU
【Keywords】Cognition(0+14); PFC(0+9); Working memory(0+7); Plasticity(0+4); Development(0+4); Attention(0+4); Cognitive Control(0+4); Imaging(0+4); Disease(0+3); Object(0+2); Disorder(0+1); Demyelinating(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Face(0+1); Long-term memory(0+1); Retrieval(0+1); Context(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1); White matter(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3); Non-human primate(0+2); Monkey(0+1); Primate(0+1);
【Methods】Computation(0+5); Behavior(0+4); fMRI(0+4); Anatomy(0+2); MRI(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMatthew Porteus

Stanford
【Keywords】Therapy(5+1); Engineering(5+0); Finger(4+0); CRISPR/Cas9(3+0); Embryo(3+0); Development(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Clone(1+0); Disease(1+0); Disorder(1+0); Face(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Human(17+0); Stem Cell(15+0); Mouse(4+0);
【Methods】Gene(17+1); Model(2+0); Protein(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature Communications(1); Nature Methods(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
012391Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAYang Hu

Stanford
【Keywords】Axon(10+3); Regeneration(9+3); Therapy(3+6); Neuroprotection(2+4); CNS(4+1); Stress(3+2); Injury(3+1); Environment(3+0); Disease(2+1); Dendrite(2+0); Neurology(2+0); Degeneration(0+2); Neuroprotective(0+2); Hemorrhage(2+0); Signal transduction(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Cytokine(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Vision(0+1); Learning(0+1); Temperature(1+0); Engineering(1+0); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+2); Mouse(0+3); Stem Cell(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+4); In vivo(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Zhigang HeYears: 2019; Recipients: Hu, Yang; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuroprotection by Modulating Er Stress in Glaucoma@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1000843Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAScott A. Small

Columbia
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(5+5); Memory(4+4); Dysfunction(4+3); Hippocampus(1+6); Disease(5+0); Neurology(5+0); Aging(1+4); Imaging(3+2); Disorder(2+0); Tau(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Genetically modify(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Development(0+1); Neurogenesis(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Pathology(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); LRRK2(1+0); Schizophrenia(1+0); Vision(0+1); Auditory(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(4+3); Human(3+3); Monkey(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(0+4); Protein(2+0); In vivo(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); Microarray(1+0); Model(0+1);
【Research】Brain Imaging; Neurobiology of Disease; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neural Degeneration and Repair;
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(4);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(3); Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Nicole M. Lewandowski, Sidonie T. JonesYears: 2019; Recipients: Small, Scott A [⬀] ; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease Research Center@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1016523Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USANicholas Oesch

UCSD
【Keywords】Vision(0+2); Development(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Perception(0+1); Retina(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); Psychophysics(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAW. Mark Saltzman

Yale
【Keywords】Tumor(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USABruce Teter

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAKenta Asahina

UCSD
【Keywords】Disorder(0+2); Emotion(0+2); CRISPR/Cas9(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Stress(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Neural network(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Machine(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1); Drosophila(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(0+7); Gene(0+5); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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, USAColin G. Nichols

WUSTL
【Keywords】Potassium channel(9+3); Ion Channel(1+2); Modulation(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Membrane(2+0); Disease(0+2); Regulation(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Structure(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0);
【Models】Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Channel(7+3); Pharmacology(4+0); Gene(0+1);
【Research】Ion channel biology in health and disease
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(3); Cell(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Pharmacological Review(2); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Brian Jewell, William Jonathan LedererDan C Li, Sacha A. Malin, Catherine-Ann Cukras, Lee R. Phillips, Ricard Masia, Wayland W. Cheng, Paige E. Cooper, Show-Ling Shyng, William F. Borschel, Nazzareno D'Avanzo, Jonathan R. SilvaYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Nichols, Colin G; Code: R35; Title/Keywords: Potassium Channels and Control of Cardiovascular Function@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1020706Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USABrian Wainger

Harvard
【Keywords】Motor Neuron(5+13); Pain(2+2); Disease(1+2); Sclerosis(2+1); Sense(1+2); Receptor(0+2); HCN(2+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+1); Headache(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Membrane(1+0); Glia(0+1); Anesthesia(0+1); Development(0+1); Reprogramming(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Stroke(1+0); Injury(1+0); Motor(0+1); Metabolism(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Autonomic(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(8+5); Human(4+4); Mouse(1+4);
【Methods】Model(4+1); In vitro(1+3); Electrophysiology(0+3); Cell culture(1+1); Gene(1+0); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0);
【Research】How abnormal physiology contributes to motor and sensory diseases.
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven A. SiegelbaumYears: 2017; Recipients: Wainger, Brian Jason; Code: DP2; Title/Keywords: A Human Stem Cell-Derived Neuromuscular Junction Model For Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis@ Massachusetts General Hospital; Matching Score: 0.902Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAStefano Fusi

Columbia
【Keywords】Learning(5+1); Cognition(4+0); Neural network(3+1); Synapse(3+0); Dynamics(3+0); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Memory(2+0); Learning and memory(0+2); Neural Circuit(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Sense(0+1); Vision(1+0); Motor(0+1); Long-term memory(1+0); Memory Consolidation(1+0); Intention(0+1); Working memory(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Neural dynamics(0+1); PFC(1+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0); Amygdala(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(7+1); Model(4+1); Behavior(1+2); Theory(1+2); In vivo(2+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Theoretical Neuroscience; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Computation and Theory;
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Neural Computation(5);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Walter Senn, Daniel Amit, Xiao-Jing Wang, Hans Rudolf LüscherGiancarlo La Camera, Mattia Rigotti, Lorenzo Fontolan, Kiyohito Iigaya, Omri Barak, Anthony J. Decostanzo, Srdjan Ostojic, Daniel David Ben Dayan Rubin, Alex Roxin, Fabio Stefanini, Michele GiuglianoEmre Ozgür Neftçi, C Daniel Salzman, Larry F. Abbott, Eleni VasilakiYears: 2017 — 2019; Recipients: Paninski, Liam (co-PI) [⬀] Cunningham, John (co-PI) [⬀] Miller, Kenneth (co-PI) [⬀] Abbott, Laurence [⬀] Fusi, Stefano; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Neuronex Theory Team: Columbia University Theoretical Neuroscience Center@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 1005931Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USATakaki Komiyama

UCSD
【Keywords】Imaging(0+3); Sense(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Development(0+1); Environment(0+1); Sensory experience(0+1); Microcircuit(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor(0+1); Learning(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+6); In vivo(0+2); Gene(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAZhengui Xia

UW
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Disease(0+1); Aging(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJames Brinkley

UW
【Keywords】Knowledge(0+2); Structure(0+1); Signal processing(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Neuroinformatics(0+2); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USAFelice Dunn

UCSF
【Keywords】Bipolar(0+9); Disease(0+4); Synapse(0+3); Vision(0+3); Retina(0+3); Photoreceptor(0+3); Degeneration(0+2); Structure(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Anatomy(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Anatomy and function of retinal circuits under normal and disease states
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAMary Lilly

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Development(6+4); Differentiation(1+3); Cell cycle(3+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Environment(0+1); Embryo(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Face(0+1); Music(1+0); Concept(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Drosophila(12+3); Human(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Model(0+2); Protein(1+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】Section on Gamete Development
【Publications】Cell(8);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000007
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USADon W. Cleveland

UCSD
【Keywords】Disease(0+3); Motor Neuron(0+3); Axon(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Structure(0+1); Development(0+1); Cell cycle(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); In vitro(0+2); Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAMichale Fee

MIT
【Keywords】Motor(4+0); Dynamics(4+0); Basal ganglia(4+0); Olfaction(2+0); Temperature(2+0); Reinforcement learning(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Form(0+1); Exploration(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Optical(0+1); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Songbird(10+2); Bird(0+2); Human(0+1); Rat(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Model(1+2);
【Research】The research in the Fee Lab has two main themes:
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(3); Neuron(1); JNS(3); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven Chu, David KleinfeldTimothy A. Currier, Anthony Leonardo, Joseph R Scherrer, Michael Stetner, Galen F. Lynch, Emily L. Mackevicius, Andrew H. Bahle, Aaron Samuel Andalman, Dmitriy Aronov, Lena Veit, Tatsuo Okubo, Jesse H. Goldberg, Richard H.R. Hahnloser, Alexay Kozhevnikov, Anusha Narayan, Nader Nikbakht, Bence P. Olveczky, Timothy J. Gardner, Michael A. Long, Liora LasWinfried Denk, Ila R. Fiete, Dezhe Jin, Richard D. MooneyYears: 2013 — 2017; Recipients: Fee, Michale S; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Neuronal Mechanisms of Motor Exploration and the Emergence of Structured Behavior@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 1008630Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USALynette Cegelski

Stanford
【Keywords】Structure(1+1); Environment(2+0); Disease(1+1); Spectral(2+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+1);
【Methods】Biochemistry(8+0); In vivo(3+0); Protein(1+1); Microscopy(2+0); Gene(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Chemical genetics(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Cell(3);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
002788Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAHui Sun

UCLA
【Keywords】Disease(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USARoger Levy

MIT
【Keywords】Language(7+5); Cognition(6+1); Memory(5+0); Structure(4+0); Comprehension(4+0); Learning(3+0); Knowledge(1+2); Eye Movement(2+0); Retrieval(2+0); Machine(1+1); Development(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Acquisition(0+1); Semantic(1+0); Intelligence(1+0); Reasoning(1+0); Machine learning(1+0); Generative model(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+1);
【Methods】Model(8+2); Computation(1+1); Theory(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】NIPS(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Christopher ManningWednesday R. Bushong, Klinton Bicknell, Nathaniel J. Smith, Bozena Pajak, Rebecca I. Colavin, Yonghahk A. Park, Gabriel R. DoyleYears: 2018 — 2021; Recipients: Levy, Roger; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Ri: Small: Computational Analysis of Eye Movements in Reading: Reader Characteristics, Cognitive State, and Natural Language Processing@ Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Matching Score: 0.913009404Assoc 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
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJudith Brook

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(4+0); Alcohol(4+0); Stress(2+0); Development(1+0); Psychiatry(1+0); ADHD(1+0); Nicotine(1+0);
【Models】
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【Research】Etiology and consequences of psychopathology and drug and tobacco use
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAShantanu Chakrabartty

WUSTL
【Keywords】Engineering(2+0); Regulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Sense(0+1); Learning(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural network(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(1+0); LFP(0+1); Computation(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Exploring neuromorphic architectures using silicon and biological neurons; Novel self-powered neural recording systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAlan L. Yuille

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

NYU
【Keywords】Hippocampus(6+0); Cognition(5+0); Encoding(5+0); Cognitive neuroscience(4+0); Memory(3+0); Context(3+0); Learning(2+0); Working memory(2+0); Temporal lobe(1+1); Medial Temporal Lobe(1+1); Caudate(2+0); Retrieval(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); Emotion(1+0); PFC(1+0); PPC(1+0); Perirhinal cortex(1+0); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Medial temporal lobe involvement in the formation of different types of memories
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(4); JNS(4); Curr Biol.(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Patricia Goldman-Rakic, Anthony D. WagnerMarika Inhoff, Nicole M. Long, Nicholas Ketz, Nicco R. Reggente, Alice Berners-Lee, Emily Cowan, Alexa Tompary, Shannon Tubridy, Arielle Tambini, Avi Chanales, Bernhard Staresina, Tarimotimi Awipi, Katherine D. Duncan, Josh Richman, Youssef Ezzyat, Sarah DuBrow, Andy Heusser, Jared F. Danker, Vishnu Pradeep MurtyTodd M. Gureckis, Brian McElreeYears: 2018; Recipients: Davachi, LilaGoff, Donald C. [⬀] ; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Hippocampal Memory Circuits in Delusions@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1008351Assoc Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAKatherine Karlsgodt

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

Columbia
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(33+1); Synaptic Plasticity(16+3); Memory(16+1); LTP(12+2); Dysfunction(11+0); Receptor(9+0); Cognition(9+0); Neurology(6+0); Abeta(6+0); Transgenic(5+0); Peptide(5+0); Synaptic Transmission(4+1); Muscle(5+0); Learning and memory(3+2); Hippocampus(5+0); Retrograde messenger(4+0); Membrane(4+0); Pathology(4+0); Aging(4+0); Regulation(1+2); Amino acid(3+0); AMPA receptor(3+0); Development(3+0); Dendrite(3+0); Disease(2+1); Degeneration(2+1); Therapeutics(3+0); Alzheimer's(3+0); APP(3+0); Alpha-synuclein(3+0); Plasticity(2+0); Embryo(2+0); Trafficking(2+0); Spine(2+0); Therapy(2+0); Tau(1+1); Neuroprotective(2+0); Neuroprotection(2+0); Depression(2+0); Schizophrenia(2+0); Vision(2+0); Metabolism(2+0); Connection(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Knockout(1+0); Knockin(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Neurotransmitter release(1+0); LTD(1+0); Astrocyte(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Chemical neuroscience(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); CNS(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Psychiatry(1+0); Rett Syndrome(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Alcohol(1+0); Sense(1+0); Body(1+0); Motor(1+0); Fatigue(1+0); Food Intake(1+0); Stress(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Entorhinal cortex(1+0); Hypothalamus(1+0); Cerebellar vermis(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(25+0); Rat(9+0); Human(4+0); Stem Cell(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Model(18+1); Protein(12+0); Behavior(4+0); Pharmacology(4+0); Electrophysiology(3+0); Gene(1+1); Channel(0+1); In vivo(1+0); Cell culture(1+0); EEG(1+0);
【Research】Synapses and Circuits; Biophysics/Ion Channels; Neural Degeneration and Repair; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neurobiology of Disease;
【Publications】Science(3); Cell(5); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(4); JNS(13); Nature Communications(1); PNAS(9);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(3); Review(3); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eric R. KandelIan J. Orozco, Linda H. Lee, Valentina Echeverria MoranYears: 2019; Recipients: Arancio, Ottavio; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Role of Sumoylation in Tau-Mediated Pathology@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAChristian Linder

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(10+0); Biomechanics(2+0); Branching(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Kinematics(1+0); Concept(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(16+0); Computation(6+0); Behavior(2+0); Theory(2+0); Simulation(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(1); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2016 — 2021; Recipients: Linder, Christian; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Career: Stretchability by Design - Understanding Mechanical Phenomena in Microarchitectured Soft Material Systems@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1002036Assoc Prof.
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.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAHelen Blair Simpson

Columbia
【Keywords】Disorder(19+4); Psychiatry(14+1); Anxiety(4+3); Therapy(6+0); Depression(4+0); 5-HT(3+0); Cognition(1+2); Reward(2+0); Imaging(0+2); Tau(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Impulse Control Disorder(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Spatial learning(1+0); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】Behavior(3+0); MRI(0+1); fMRI(0+1); TMS(1+0);
【Research】Anxiety disorders; OCD;
【Publications】Science(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008186Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USACindy Yee-Bradbury

UCLA
【Keywords】Depression(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Stress(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USADaeyeol Lee

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

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Stress(8+2); Social(4+1); Environment(1+2); Receptor(2+0); Microglia(2+0); Neurogenesis(1+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Neuroinflammation(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Structure(0+1); Glia(0+1); Development(1+0); CNS(1+0); Anxiety(0+1); Depression(0+1); Interneuron(1+0); Learning(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Neuroendocrine(1+0); Hormone(0+1); Decoding(1+0); PFC(1+0); mPFC(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(7+0); Stem Cell(0+2); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(3+1); Gene(1+1); Protein(0+1); Ex vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Histochemistry(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】JNS(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Helen S. Mahut, Walle J. H. Nauta, Edward Vaughan Evarts, Philip GoldRachel E. Speer, Rebecca A. Brachman, Christopher Higham, Chelsie N Poffenberger, Nicole Wrigley, Devon Rene Oskvig, Michael  L. Lehmann, Rachel (Speisman) Scheinert, Stacey Kigar, Ronald P. Hammer, Linda S. Brady, Yasmin Hurd, Ning Quan, Andrea G. Hohmann, Jane A. Foster, Rebecca A. BrachmanCandace PertYears: 2013; Recipients: Herkenham, Miles A.; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Synaptic Mechanisms of Amygdala-Dependent Behaviors@ National Institute of Mental Health; Matching Score: 0.958
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.
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.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USARalph Nelson

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Vision(5+6); Retina(8+2); Bipolar(3+4); Neural Circuit(0+5); Spectral(3+1); Photoreceptor(0+3); Color(1+2); GABA(2+0); Disease(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); Receptor(1+0); Chloride(1+0); Development(1+0); Neuronal differentiation(1+0); Tumor(1+0);
【Models】Zebrafish(6+3); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Model(2+1); Channel(1+0); Electrophysiology(1+0);
【Research】Neural Circuits Unit
【Publications】Cell(3);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John E. DowlingDustin M. Graham, Sara S PattersonYears: 2009 — 2018; Recipients: Nelson, Ralph; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Breeding Transgenic Zebrafish For Studies of Retina@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.913
CalTech072006Pasadena, CA, USAJohn P. O'Doherty

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

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAnna Devor

UCSD
【Keywords】Imaging(0+3); Development(0+1); Inference(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】fMRI(0+2); MEG(0+2); MRI(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USASusan Hockfield

MIT
【Keywords】Development(1+3); Tumor(0+2); Glial cell(0+1); CNS(0+1); Brain injury(0+1);
【Models】Rat(2+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ronald DubnerYears: 1997 — 1998; Recipients: Hockfield, Susan; Code: R13; Title/Keywords: 1997 Gordon Conference On Neural Plasticity@ Gordon Research Conferences; Matching Score: 0.901Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAThomas J. Carew

NYU
【Keywords】Memory(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Molecular, cellular, and behavioral architecture of memory formation
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAS.-K. "Victor" Song

WUSTL
【Keywords】CNS(0+4); Axon(2+2); Pathology(0+3); Injury(1+2); Tumor(0+3); Inflammation(1+1); Sclerosis(1+1); Diffusion MRI(0+2); Imaging(1+1); White matter(1+1); Transgenic(1+0); Translation(0+1); Development(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Dysfunction(1+0); Biomarker(0+1); Ischemia(1+0); Stroke(0+1); Brain injury(0+1); Spinal Cord Injury(0+1); Human imaging(0+1); Diffusion tensor imaging(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+1); Human(1+4);
【Methods】MRI(2+3); fMRI(2+0); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Imaging CNS function and pathology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAScott O. Murray

UW
【Keywords】Vision(0+8); Object(0+6); Visual cortex(0+2); Structure(0+1); Environment(0+1); Sense(0+1); Depth(0+1); Form(0+1); Object recognition(0+1); Attention(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); fMRI(0+2); MRI(0+1); Computation(0+1); Theory(0+1); Algorithm(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NIMH??Bethesda, MD, USADaniel Samuel Pine

NIH-NIMH
【Keywords】Anxiety(10+6); Emotion(4+7); Development(3+7); Disorder(4+5); Psychiatry(8+0); Regulation(0+5); Structure(2+1); Environment(2+0); Bipolar(2+0); Inhibitory control(2+0); Social(2+0); Fear(2+0); Reward(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Face(1+0); Planning(1+0); Memory(0+1); Attention(1+0); Music(1+0); Cingulate cortex(1+0); ACC(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(4+0); Behavior(3+1); fMRI(0+4); Model(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAVadim Bolshakov

Harvard
【Keywords】Fear(5+9); Amygdala(4+2); Memory(2+3); Schizophrenia(4+0); Modulation(3+0); Neural Circuit(1+2); Learning(2+1); NMDA receptor(2+0); Synaptic Plasticity(2+0); Psychiatry(2+0); Anxiety(1+1); Extinction(2+0); Knockout(1+0); Knockin(1+0); Receptor(0+1); GABAA receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Neuroplasticity(1+0); Pluripotent stem cells(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Finger(1+0); Memory Consolidation(1+0); Reconsolidation(1+0); Retrieval(0+1); Inhibitory control(1+0); Innate behavior(0+1); Encoding(1+0); Neural network(0+1); Connection(1+0); Dentate gyrus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(7+0); Stem Cell(5+0); Human(1+0); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+3); Behavior(2+2); Electrophysiology(0+3); Optogenetics(1+2); Model(3+0); Tracing(0+1);
【Research】Cellular and network-level mechanisms of innate and learned fear
【Publications】JNS(4); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Steven A. SiegelbaumIvan Goussakov, Yiran Gu, Yan Li, Natalia Luchkina, Ryong-Moon Shin, Evgeny Tsvetkov, Keith Tully, Kyungjoon Park, Jun-Hyeong Cho, Sodikdjon A. Kodirov, Marat MukhamedyarovElif EnginProf.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USASaket Navlakha

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Learning(12+1); Cognition(2+2); Structure(2+0); Development(0+1); Environment(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Perception(1+0); Memory(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Concept(1+0); Reasoning(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Mathematics(1+1); Behavior(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Statistics(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(4); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(4); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
John B. BlackSashank Varma010097Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJyoti Mishra

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+5); Cognitive Control(0+5); Translation(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Engineering(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Clinical; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USALawrence B. Cohen

Yale
【Keywords】Olfaction(0+2); Optical(0+1); Olfactory bulb(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1);
【Research】Neurosciences.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJohn Simpson

NYU
【Keywords】Eye Movement(0+5); Vision(0+3); Vestibular(0+3); Sensorimotor Integration(0+2); Climbing fiber(0+2); Signal processing(0+2); Cerebellum(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Structure(1+0); Oscillation(1+0); Environment(1+0); Sense(0+1); Context(0+1); Stress(1+0); Encoding(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Channel(1+0); Anatomy(0+1); Behavior(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Sensorimotor integration, eye movements, and the cerebellum
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jerome Y. Lettvin, Masao Ito, Rodolfo R. LlinásChristopher S. Leonard, John S. Stahl, Chris I. de Zeeuw, Jun Maruta, Douglas R. Wylie, Robert A. HensbroekBernard CohenYears: 2007 — 2009; Recipients: Simpson, John I; Code: P01; Title/Keywords: The Cerebellar Flocculus and Eye Movement Control@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1010539Emeritus
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USAChris J. McBain

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Interneuron(4+4); Development(2+1); Receptor(2+0); Oscillation(2+0); Synapse maturation(2+0); Synapse(1+1); Dysfunction(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Hippocampus(2+0); Modulation(0+1); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Synaptic Transmission(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Differentiation(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Disease(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Pathology(0+1); Autism(0+1); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Cannabinoids(1+0); Schizophrenia(0+1); Body(0+1); CA1(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Channel(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); Neuron(5); JNS(2); eLife(1); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARobert M. Bilder

UCLA
【Keywords】Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAQin Liu

WUSTL
【Keywords】Itch(4+5); Environment(5+0); Sense(2+2); Receptor(2+1); Pain(1+0); Touch(1+0); Retrieval(1+0); Stress(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Computation(2+0); Gene(1+0);
【Research】The biology of itch
【Publications】Science(2); Cell(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Xinzhong DongYears: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Liu, QinShowe, Louise C. [⬀] ; Code: U01; Title/Keywords: Integration of Biomarker Signatures From Peripheral Blood For Diagnosis, Prognosis, Remission and Recurrence of Lung Cancer@ Wistar Institute; Matching Score: 0.912003530Assist Prof.
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAlan Anticevic

Yale
【Keywords】Cognition(0+5); Dysfunction(0+3); Schizophrenia(0+3); Neural Circuit(0+3); Disorder(0+2); Neuroimaging(0+2); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Bipolar(0+1); Cognitive neuroscience(0+1); Memory(0+1); Working memory(0+1); Emotion(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+3); Computation(0+3); Model(0+2);
【Research】Affect; Mental Disorders; Cognition; Diagnosis, Computer-Assisted; Emotions; Memory, Short-Term; Schizophrenia; Computational Biology; Substance-Related Disorders; Neuroimaging.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAKechen Zhang

JHU
【Keywords】Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(0+2); Model(0+1); Theory(0+1); Mathematics(0+1);
【Research】Systems, Cognitive + Computational Neuroscience; Neural Circuits, Ensembles + Connectomes; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NIH-NICHD??Bethesda, MD, USATamas Balla

NIH-NICHD
【Keywords】Membrane(9+2); Signal transduction(0+3); Receptor(1+2); Metabolism(2+1); Dynamics(2+1); Regulation(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Transporter(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Cell migration(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Trafficking(0+1); Hormone(0+1); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Human(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(3+2); In vitro(1+0); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】Section on Molecular Signal Transduction
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(5);
【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.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAJay Rubinstein

UW
【Keywords】Vestibular(0+6); Perception(0+2); Speech(0+2); Music(0+2); Signal processing(0+2);
【Models】Human(0+10); Non-human primate(0+4); Primate(0+2);
【Methods】Psychophysics(0+2); Computation(0+2); Model(0+2);
【Research】
【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.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAEiman Azim

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Motor control(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular; Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHeike Daldrup-Link

Stanford
【Keywords】Imaging(25+4); Tumor(8+0); Pediatric(3+2); Therapy(1+2); Contrast(3+0); Concept(1+1); Translation(1+0); Transplantation(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapeutics(1+0); Optical imaging(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(5+0); Human(2+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(9+0); In vivo(2+1); In vitro(1+0); PET(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1);
【Reviews】Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
008795Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAEran Mukamel

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

UCLA
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAAlex S. Evers

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

NIH-NIA
【Keywords】LRRK2(6+2); Parkinson's disease(4+1); Transcription(4+0); Alzheimer's disease(4+0); Mutant(2+1); Receptor(3+0); Degeneration(2+1); Alpha-synuclein(0+3); Motor Neuron(2+1); Transgenic(1+1); Regulation(2+0); Dopamine(2+0); Neurodegenerative disease(2+0); Vulnerability(2+0); Tau(2+0); Stress(2+0); VTA(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Vesicle(1+0); Microglia(1+0); Trafficking(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Disease(-1+2); Pathogenesis(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Aging(1+0); Age-related(1+0); Neuroprotective(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Neuroprotection(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Sclerosis(1+0); Depression(0+1); Cognition(1+0); Motor(1+0); Emotion(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(12+3); Human(3+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+6); Protein(6+0); Model(4+2); Microarray(0+2); Channel(1+0); Biochemistry(0+1); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Randall R. Reed, Donald  L. Price, Philip C. WongHsue-Cheng Chiang, Hoon Shim, Loukia Parisiadou007370
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAGeorge Dragoi

Yale
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Memory(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Psychiatry(0+1); Autism(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Learning(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Behavior, Animal; Cognition; Electrophysiology; Hippocampus; Learning; Neuronal Plasticity; Spatial Behavior; Spatial Memory; Psychiatry and Psychology.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAJoan Heller Brown

UCSD
【Keywords】Transgenic(0+2); Knockout(0+2); G-Protein Coupled Receptor(0+2); Signaling molecule(0+1); Signal transduction(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Muscarinic(0+1); Glial cell(0+1); Cell migration(0+1); Infection(0+1); Injury(0+1); Muscle(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+3);
【Methods】Gene(0+2); Protein(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAPaul A. Insel

UCSD
【Keywords】Receptor(0+3); Development(0+1); Disease(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Biochemistry(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Biochemistry & Molecular
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAG. Stanley McKnight

UW
【Keywords】Signal transduction(0+2); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Transporter(0+1); LTP(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(0+1); Memory(0+1); Learning(0+1); Energy balance(0+1); Hypothalamus(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(0+3);
【Research】Cell and Molecular Neuroscience;  Neural Circuits; Neuroendocrinology Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors Sensory Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAUel Jackson McMahan

Stanford
【Keywords】Vesicle(6+0); Neuromuscular(5+0); Vesicle docking(3+0); Muscle(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(2+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Synapse formation(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Motor Neuron(1+0); Acquisition(1+0); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Electron Microscope(3+1); Gene(2+0); Model(2+0); Behavior(0+1); Microscopy(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Cell(2); Neuron(2); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USATara Madhyastha

UW
【Keywords】Disease(0+2); Cognition(0+2); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Dynamics(0+1); Resting state(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Neuroimaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】fMRI(0+2); EEG(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience
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【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAKwanghun Chung

MIT
【Keywords】Imaging(6+0); Development(5+0); Regulation(2+0); Cognition(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Connection(2+0); Differentiation(1+0); Disease(1+0); Dysfunction(0+1); Vision(1+0); Temperature(1+0);
【Models】C. elegans(2+0); Human(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); Microscopy(3+0); Computation(2+0); Statistics(2+0); Protein(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(2); Nature Methods(3);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hang LuSung-Yon Kim003200Assist Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAJonathan Brodie

NYU
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+5); Neuroimaging(0+3); Plasticity(0+2); Addiction(2+0); Cocaine(1+1); Modulation(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); GABA(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Nicotine(0+1); Schizophrenia(0+1); Metabolism(1+0);
【Models】Non-human primate(0+3); Human(0+2); Primate(0+2);
【Methods】Pharmacology(0+4); PET(0+3); In vivo(0+1); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Functional neuroimaging of pharmacological activity
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Emeritus
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAMiriam Judith Rosenberg-Lee

Stanford
【Keywords】
【Models】
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【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Other
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAHenry Colecraft

Columbia
【Keywords】CA2(12+0); Calcium channel(11+0); Modulation(5+0); Ion Channel(3+1); Trafficking(4+0); Regulation(1+2); Cardiovascular(1+2); Engineering(2+1); Receptor(2+0); Muscarinic(2+0); Structure(2+0); Membrane(1+1); Disease(0+2); Acetylcholine receptor(1+0); Channel trafficking(1+0); Rhythm(1+0); Epilepsy(0+1); Environment(0+1); Stroke(0+1); Pain(0+1); Neuropathic pain(0+1); Imaging(0+1); A1(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】Channel(12+12); Protein(3+2); Gene(0+4); Electrophysiology(0+2); Behavior(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Neuron(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Years: 2018 — 2019; Recipients: Colecraft, Henry M; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Ubiquitin Regulation of K Channels in Health and Disease@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 0.958002475Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USAPamela B. Kahn

NYU
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(9+1); Perception(2+1); Emotion(2+1); Psychiatry(2+0); Disorder(1+0); Vision(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Frequency(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Sensation, perception, and emotions in schizophrenia
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USANolan Williams

Stanford
【Keywords】Psychiatry(13+0); Depression(12+0); Neurology(8+0); Disorder(5+0); Therapy(5+0); Receptor(4+0); Sleep(3+0); Neuromodulation(2+0); Parkinson's disease(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Gait(2+0); Reward(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Development(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(1+0); Parkinson's(1+0); Movement disorder(1+0); Injury(1+0); Brain injury(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Bipolar(1+0); Face(1+0); Pain(1+0); Headache(1+0); Memory(1+0); Timing(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Globus pallidus(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0); Subthalamic nucleus(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】DBS(10+0); TMS(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(1); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ziad Nahas, Mark George, Michael D. Greicius, Alan Schatzberg, David SpiegelJaspreet PannuYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Spiegel, David (co-PI) [⬀] Williams, Nolan R.; Code: R33; Title/Keywords: Use of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to Augment Hypnotic Analgesia@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1000531Assist Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAJulio Fernandez

Columbia
【Keywords】Muscle(2+2); Engineering(3+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Structure(1+0); Vesicle fusion(1+0); Cell migration(0+1); Adhesion(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(7+7); Microscopy(1+1); Biophysics(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience;
【Publications】Nature(7); Science(3); Cell(1); Nature structural & molecular biology(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Francisco Bezanilla, Erwin NeherEdward Eckels, Kirstin A. Walther, Arun P. Wiita, Rodolfo I. Hermans, Pallav Kosuri, Daniel Echelman, Guillermo Alvarez de Toledo, Andres F. Oberhauser, Shubhasis Haldar, Rafael Tapia-Rojo, Alvaro Alonso-Caballero, Sergi Garcia-Manyes, Raul Perez-Jimenez, Jorge Alegre-Cebollada, Ionel Popa, Jessica Valle-OreroYears: 2013 — 2016; Recipients: Fernandez, Julio; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Idbr: High Throughput Single Molecule Afm Force-Spectrometer@ Columbia University; Matching Score: 1039134Prof.
Columbia006008New York, NY, USADonald C. Hood

Columbia
【Keywords】Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Vision(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Sensory Physiology; Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
MIT005002Boston, MA, USAGuoping Feng

MIT
【Keywords】Transgenic(6+5); Neural Circuit(6+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+4); Imaging(2+2); Knockout(1+2); Development(0+3); Synapse(0+3); Dysfunction(1+2); Mutant(2+0); Modulation(2+0); Vision(2+0); Pain(2+0); Knockin(1+0); Regulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Acetylcholine(1+0); Glycine receptor(1+0); Calcium channel(1+0); Sodium channel(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Transcription(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Axon(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Autism(0+1); Neuromuscular(1+0); Bipolar(0+1); Perception(1+0); Touch(1+0); Spectral(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Engineering(1+0); Optical(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Basal forebrain(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(11+10); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(1+5); In vivo(2+2); Channel(2+0); Optogenetics(2+0); Protein(1+0); Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Molecular Mechanisms of Synaptic and Circuitry Development and Psychiatric Disorders
【Publications】Nature(6); Science(2); Cell(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(4); JNS(1); Nature Methods(1); PLoS Biol.(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Linda Hall, Joshua R. SanesMarie-Sophie Helene van der Goes, Ben D. Kuebrich, Molly  E. Siegel, Xin Gong, Molly Heyer, João Peça, Michael F. Wells, Victoria F Beja-Glasser, Mary Beth Ficklin, Bridget Burke Kelly, Zhonghua Lu, Elizabeth Weinzierl, Mary Patricia Heyer, Patricia Monteiro, Huimeng Lei, Holly Hudson Robertson, Naiyan Chen, Jonathan T. Ting, Kathleen B. QuastNicole Calakos, Michael Ehlers, Thomas Euler, Hyunsoo Shawn Je, Karl DeisserothYears: 2018; Recipients: Feng, Guoping; Code: P50; Title/Keywords: Res Support Core@ Harvard University; Matching Score: 0.909019824Prof.
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.
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAClarissa Waites

Columbia
【Keywords】Synapse(2+5); NMDA receptor(2+0); Vesicle(2+0); Neurotransmitter release(0+2); Disease(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Modulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(1+0); Trafficking(0+1); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Synapse formation(0+1); Spine(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(2+4); Biochemistry(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】Neural Degeneration and Repair; Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(1); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Robert H. EdwardsYears: 2017; Recipients: Waites, Clarissa Leigh; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Elucidating a Molecular Pathway For Synaptic Vesicle Maintece and Degradation@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1Assist Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAPeter C. Whybrow

UCLA
【Keywords】Psychiatry(0+4); Disorder(0+2); Disease(0+1); Depression(0+1); Language(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAYu-Qing Cao

WUSTL
【Keywords】Migraine(2+5); CA2(4+0); Pain(3+0); Headache(0+3); Synaptic Transmission(1+1); Disorder(0+2); Receptor(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Calcium channel(1+0); Development(0+1); Synapse(1+0); Therapeutics(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Systems Neuroscience(0+1); Frequency(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(1+2);
【Methods】Channel(5+2); Gene(0+1); Biophysics(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Tracing(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】genetic and epigenetic mechanisms underlying episodic and chronic migraine
【Publications】Nature(1); Neuron(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Allan I. Basbaum, Richard W. TsienYears: 2009 — 2013; Recipients: Cao, Yu-Qing; Code: N/A; Title/Keywords: Exploring the Interaction Between Calcium Channels and Their Presynaptic Slots@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USACristina Savin

NYU
【Keywords】Working memory(2+0); Plasticity(1+0); Homeostatic plasticity(1+0); Structural plasticity(1+0); Seizure(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Microcircuit(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Sense(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning(1+0); Learning and memory(0+1); Retrieval(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Spiking Neural Network(1+0); Neural network(1+0); CA3(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Computation(7+1); Model(2+0); Statistics(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Computational neuroscience, learning and memory, neural circuits
【Publications】Neuron(1); PLOS Computational Biology(3); Neural Computation(1); NIPS(5);
【Reviews】Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jochen Triesch000327Assist Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARichard Zare

Stanford
【Keywords】APP(4+0); Imaging(4+0); S1(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
000936Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAFan Yang

Stanford
【Keywords】Engineering(13+2); Regeneration(4+1); Development(3+0); Differentiation(1+2); Therapy(3+0); Embryo(2+0); Tumor(2+0); Mutant(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Cell fate(0+1); Disease(1+0); Hypoxia(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(26+11); Human(6+0); Mouse(5+0);
【Methods】Model(5+0); Gene(3+1); Behavior(3+0); In vivo(1+1); Protein(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Pharmacology(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); PNAS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Jie ZhengLizhen Xu004113Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAHelen Bronte-Stewart

Stanford
【Keywords】Parkinson's disease(24+1); Movement disorder(13+2); Disease(6+0); Neurology(6+0); Motor(4+1); Gait(5+0); Oscillation(4+0); Rhythm(4+0); Frequency(4+0); Neuromodulation(2+0); HIV(2+0); Motor learning(2+0); Motor control(1+1); Reflex(2+0); Basal ganglia(0+2); Subthalamic nucleus(2+0); Synchrony(1+0); Pathogenesis(0+1); Infection(1+0); Body(1+0); Auditory(1+0); Finger(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+1); Monkey(1+0); Primate(1+0); Mouse(1+0);
【Methods】DBS(18+0); LFP(1+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stephen G. LisbergerCrista L. Barberini, Diane WhitmerBrett M. WingeierYears: 2016 — 2017; Recipients: Bronte-Stewart, Helen; Code: R21; Title/Keywords: Neural and Kinematic Features of Freezing of Gait For Adaptive Neurostimulation@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 0.915003718Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAAlan P. Koretsky

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Imaging(5+4); Somatosensory(4+0); Plasticity(3+0); Oscillation(2+0); Sense(2+0); Olfaction(2+0); Metabolism(0+2); Optical imaging(1+1); Regulation(0+1); Structure(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); APP(1+0); Injury(1+0); Neural Circuit(1+0); Contrast(1+0); Form(1+0); Resting state(1+0); CA2(1+0); Olfactory bulb(1+0); Pituitary gland(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+2); Rat(2+0);
【Methods】MRI(5+2); In vivo(2+1); Gene(0+1); Anatomy(1+0); Tracing(1+0); fMRI(1+0); Model(1+0);
【Research】Laboratory of Functional and Molecular Imaging
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Thomas L. James, Melvin P. Klein, Michael W. WeinerJason Tucciarone, Robia G. Pautler, Afonso C. Silva, Tom C. Hu, Ichio Aoki, Erik M. Shapiro, Xin Yu, Ben Porter, John A. Detre, Carolyn Wan-hsun Wu, Emily PetrusYears: 2011; Recipients: Koretsky, Alan; Code: ZIA; Title/Keywords: Frontotemporal Dementias@ Neurological Disorders and Stroke; Matching Score: 0.915
NYU015028New York, NY, USAMargaret Rice

NYU
【Keywords】Dopamine(4+4); Regulation(2+0); Chemical neuroscience(2+0); Basal ganglia(1+1); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Acetylcholine(1+0); Dopamine neuron(0+1); Dendrite(1+0); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Alpha-synuclein(0+1); Movement disorder(0+1); Motor(0+1); Exercise(0+1); Reward(0+1); Metabolism(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Striatum(0+1); Substantia nigra(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Rodent(1+0);
【Methods】Protein(1+1); Behavior(1+0); Optogenetics(0+1);
【Research】Neurochemistry and neurophysiology of the nigrostriatal dopamine pathway
【Publications】JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Ralph N. AdamsStephanie Cragg, Billy T. Chen, Li Bao, Zsuzsanna Sidlo, Melissa  A. Stouffer, Christian R. LeeYears: 2015 — 2019; Recipients: Rice, Margaret E; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Dopamine Release Regulation by Co-Released Glutamate and Gaba@ New York University School of Medicine; Matching Score: 1Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARiccardo Lattanzi

NYU
【Keywords】Imaging(11+2); Engineering(4+1); Planning(3+1); Development(1+1); Body(1+1); Structure(1+0); LTD(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Concept(1+0); Knowledge(0+1); Regularization(1+0);
【Models】Human(0+1);
【Methods】MRI(11+5); Behavior(0+1); Computation(1+0); Theory(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
001656Assoc Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USA Margaret Livingstone

Harvard
【Keywords】Face(3+17); Vision(8+8); Color(4+3); Form(4+2); Development(4+1); Art(3+2); Temporal lobe(1+3); Depth(2+1); Visual cortex(3+0); Dyslexia(2+0); Perception(2+0); Depth perception(0+2); Connection(2+0); V1(1+1); Mutant(1+0); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Modulation(0+1); Monoamine(1+0); 5-HT(1+0); Plasticity(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Face perception(1+0); Face recognition(0+1); Body(0+1); Learning(1+0); Category(0+1); Consciousness(1+0); Sleep(1+0); Encoding(1+0); Imaging(1+0); V2(0+1); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(1+0);
【Models】Monkey(5+8); Primate(6+2); Macaque(3+1); Human(1+2); Drosophila(2+0);
【Methods】Anatomy(4+2); MRI(2+4); Psychophysics(1+2); Gene(1+0); Behavior(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Single-unit recording(0+1);
【Research】 Visual perception, object recognition, higher cognitive functions, vision and art
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Edward Kravitz, David HubelThomas J. Davidson, Warren Woodrich Pettine, Brandon Moore, Mehdi Aghdaee, Stephen L. Macknik, Bevil R. Conway, Doris Y. Tsao, Johannes A. Haushofer, Camilo Libedinsky, Richard T. Born, Arash Yazdanbakhsh, Piers DL Howe, Heather Sternshein, Carlos Ramon Ponce, Justin L. Vincent, Michael Arcaro, Winrich A. FreiwaldRichard T. Born, Till S. Hartmann021078Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAShaul Hestrin

Stanford
【Keywords】Electrical synapse(5+0); Modulation(3+0); Synapse(3+0); Vision(3+0); NMDA receptor(2+0); Axon(2+0); Neural Circuit(2+0); Perception(0+2); Imaging(0+2); Visual cortex(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Glutamate(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Synchrony(1+0); Development(1+0); Synaptogenesis(1+0); Microcircuit(0+1); Depression(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Sense(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor(0+1); Memory(0+1); Morphology(1+0); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(2+1); Human(0+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(0+4); In vivo(0+2); Optogenetics(0+2); In vitro(0+1); Two-photon calcium imaging(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(3); JNS(3); Cerebral Cortex(1);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(5); Review(5); Trends In Neurosciences(2); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Susumu Hagiwara, Juan KorenbrotAnthony D. Lien, Malcolm G. Campbell, Solange P. BrownRoger A. NicollYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Hestrin, Shaul; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Processing of Thalamocortical Inputs by Intracortical Circuits@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1009900Prof.
NIH-NINDS??Bethesda, MD, USAKatherine W. Roche

NIH-NINDS
【Keywords】Neurotransmitter(0+6); Synapse(0+4); Receptor(0+3); Glutamate receptor(0+2); Trafficking(0+2); Glutamate(0+1); Metabotropic glutamate receptor(0+1); Membrane(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(0+1); Synaptogenesis(0+1); Disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Context(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】Receptor Biology Section
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJonathan Pevsner

JHU
【Keywords】Disorder(0+2); Disease(0+1); Autism(0+1); Down Syndrome(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+1); Bioinformatics(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【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, USAKelsey C. Martin

UCLA
【Keywords】Synapse(0+9); Plasticity(0+7); Translation(0+4); Disorder(0+3); Memory(0+3); Regulation(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); Transcription(0+2); Long-term memory(0+2); Signaling molecule(0+1); Dopamine(0+1); Structure(0+1); Autism(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Body(0+1); Attention(0+1); Emotion(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Protein(0+1); Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UW021010Seattle, WA, USASam A. Golden

UW
【Keywords】Disorder(0+1); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Addiction(0+1); Depression(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Social(0+1); Motivation(0+1); Appetitive(0+1); Aggression(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】Neural Circuits; Behavioral Neuroscience; Disorders of the Nervous System
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJoseph C. Corbo

WUSTL
【Keywords】Photoreceptor(10+0); Development(4+0); Retina(1+3); Vision(1+2); Color(0+2); Spectral(2+0); Encoding(2+0); Reprogramming(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Axon(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Hemorrhage(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Cognition(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); A1(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Evolutionary(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(6+1); Human(1+3); Bird(0+1);
【Methods】Gene(6+3); Model(2+1); In vivo(2+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】(1) transcriptional networks in the retina; (2) the mechanistic basis of color vision; (3) the cis-regulatory basis of human uniqueness and neuropsychiatric disease
【Publications】Nature(1); Cell(2); Neuron(1); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Physical Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Michael Levine, Chris A. Walsh, Constance L. CepkoLeo Volkov, Karen A. Lawrence, Natecia L. Williams, Cynthia L. Montana, Jennifer M. Enright, Susan Q. Shen, Andrew Hughes, Daniel P. Murphy, Stacy L. Donovan, Matthew B. ToomeyYears: 2016 — 2019; Recipients: Corbo, Joseph; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Deciphering the Mechanistic Basis of Infrared Vision For Optogenetic Applications@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915006639Prof.
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAJoseph Majzoub

Harvard
【Keywords】Receptor(1+2); Hormone(2+1); Adrenalin(2+0); Psychiatry(1+1); Stress(0+2); Hypothalamus(1+1); Neurotransmitter(0+1); Regulation(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapy(1+0); Inflammation(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Neuroendocrine(0+1); Energy metabolism(1+0); Imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(4+1); Mouse(4+1);
【Methods】Gene(0+3); Protein(1+0); Cell culture(0+1); Behavior(0+1); Model(1+0);
【Research】Hypothalamic role in mammalian endocrine and behavioral responses to stress
【Publications】Science(1); Cell(4);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAGal Bitan

UCLA
【Keywords】Alzheimer's disease(0+5); Disease(0+4); Parkinson's disease(0+2); Amino acid(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Structure(0+1); Neurology(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Tauopathies(0+1); Prion diseases(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Form(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+2);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARachelle H. Crosbie-Watson

UCLA
【Keywords】Development(0+1); Disease(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Muscle(0+1); Methodology(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Model(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USANeil A. Shneider

Columbia
【Keywords】Motor Neuron(10+7); Disease(1+6); Degeneration(4+3); Sclerosis(3+2); Muscle(5+0); Mutant(2+2); Development(4+0); Form(3+1); Receptor(2+0); Embryo(2+0); Imaging(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Neurotrophin(1+0); Glutamate receptor(1+0); Differentiation(1+0); Axon(1+0); Synapse(1+0); Disorder(0+1); Neurology(1+0); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Dysfunction(0+1); Therapeutics(0+1); Encoding(0+1); Connection(1+0);
【Models】Stem Cell(1+1); Human(0+1); Mouse(0+1); Drosophila(1+0);
【Methods】Gene(2+3); Model(0+5); In vitro(2+1); In vivo(2+0); Protein(1+0); Channel(1+0); Virus(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neural Degeneration and Repair ; Models of Neurological Disorders; Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; Neurobiology of Disease; Genetic Basis of Neurological Disease ;
【Publications】Science(1); Neuron(8); JNS(3); Nature Communications(3); eLife(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Alexander K. LyashchenkoYears: 2018; Recipients: Re, Diane BerengereShneider, Neil Alan; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Novel Extracellular Vesicle and Molecular Biomarkers of Environmental Exposure and Disease Progression in Als@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1004677Assoc Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAPamela Reinagel

UCSD
【Keywords】Cognition(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(0+3); Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Systems; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology; Computational
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAChristoph Kellendonk

Columbia
【Keywords】Cognition(4+6); Receptor(6+0); D2 receptor(5+0); Schizophrenia(2+3); Motivation(2+2); Dopamine(3+0); Thalamus(3+0); Development(2+0); Disorder(0+2); Psychiatry(2+0); Working memory(1+1); PFC(2+0); Striatum(2+0); Regulation(1+0); Modulation(1+0); D1 receptor(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); LTP(1+0); Neurogenesis(1+0); Regeneration(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Disease(0+1); Degeneration(1+0); Pathogenesis(1+0); Psychiatric disorder(0+1); Alcohol(1+0); Cocaine(1+0); Anxiety(1+0); Contrast(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Timing(1+0); Associative learning(1+0); Morphology(1+0); Causality(0+1); Circadian(1+0); Steroid(1+0); Stress(1+0); Imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0); Nucleus accumbens(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+4); Human(0+2);
【Methods】Gene(4+1); Behavior(1+2); Model(1+2); Anatomy(1+0);
【Research】Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Neurogenetics; Models of Psychiatric Disorders; Neurobiology of Disease;
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Cell(1); Neuron(3); JNS(3);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Eric R. KandelAbigail M Clark, Fernanda Carvalho Poyraz, Maxime Cazorla, Eduardo F. GalloYears: 2011 — 2015; Recipients: Kellendonk, Christoph; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Medium Spiny Neuron Excitability and Motivation@ Columbia University Health Sciences; Matching Score: 1009920Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAAndrew D Huberman

Stanford
【Keywords】Vision(8+2); Regeneration(1+1); Neural Circuit(0+2); Plasticity(1+0); Development(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Neurology(1+0); Degeneration(0+1); Anxiety(0+1); Retina(1+0); Motor(1+0); Eye Movement(1+0); Reflex(1+0); Autonomic(0+1); Connection(1+0); Visual cortex(1+0); Thalamus(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(2+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(4); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(5); JNS(2);
【Reviews】Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Current Opinion In Neurobiology(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Barbara Chapman, Ben A. BarresVictoria Cheung, Lindsey Diane Salay, Jessica A. Osterhout, Jung-Hwan Albert Lim, Rana El-Danaf, Tania A. Seabrook, Supraja Varadarajan, Onkar S. Dhande, Heekyung JungBen K. StaffordYears: 2017 — 2018; Recipients: Huberman, Andrew D; Code: P30; Title/Keywords: Neurogenetics of Vision@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAGeoffrey A Kerchner

Stanford
【Keywords】Synapse(3+0); CA1(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Receptor(2+0); LTP(2+0); Neurology(2+0); Sense(2+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); Potassium channel(1+0); Embryo(1+0); Disease(1+0); Therapy(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); ApoE(1+0); Parkinson's disease(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Inflammatory pain(1+0); Memory(1+0); Learning and memory(1+0); Episodic memory(1+0); CA2(1+0); White matter(1+0);
【Models】Human(2+0); Mouse(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(3+0); In vivo(2+0); MRI(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(1); JNS(4);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(2); Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
David P. Corey, Min Zhuo, Roger A. Nicoll, Bruce L. MillerAnthony D. WagnerYears: 2012 — 2014; Recipients: Kerchner, Geoffrey Allen; Code: K23; Title/Keywords: Hippocampal Structure and Function in Cognitive Impairment@ Stanford University; Matching Score: 1005697Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAJohn Wesson Ashford

Stanford
【Keywords】
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【Methods】
【Research】
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【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAChitra D. Mandyam

UCSD
【Keywords】mPFC(0+3); Addiction(0+2); PFC(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Gliogenesis(0+1); Cell fate(0+1); Therapy(0+1); Alcohol(0+1); Comprehension(0+1); Dynamics(0+1);
【Models】Rodent(0+2); Stem Cell(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+1);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAJonathan Peelle

WUSTL
【Keywords】Speech(19+3); Comprehension(11+2); Aging(5+1); Semantic(4+0); Auditory cortex(4+0); Cognition(2+1); Oscillation(2+0); Rhythm(2+0); Perception(2+0); Auditory(1+1); Memory(2+0); Angular gyrus(2+0); Age-related(1+0); Alzheimer's disease(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Auditory processing(1+0); Perceptual learning(1+0); Attention(1+0); Language(1+0); Neurolinguistics(1+0); Knowledge(1+0); Imaging(1+0); Neuroimaging(1+0); Optical(1+0); Optical imaging(0+1);
【Models】Human(9+0);
【Methods】MRI(1+2); fMRI(3+0); Behavior(0+1); Neuroinformatics(1+0);
【Research】The neuroscience of speech comprehension, aging, and hearing impairment.
【Publications】JNS(4); Cerebral Cortex(2); Neuroinformatics(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Arthur Wingfield, Larry F. Abbott, Murray Grossman, Matthew H. DavisChad S. RogersJulie D. Golomb, Murray Grossman, Jamie Reilly, Vanessa Troiani, Rhodri Cusack, Richard HensonYears: 2018; Recipients: Peelle, Jonathan E; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: The Neurocognitive Basis of Effortful Listening - Administrative Supplement For Alzheimer's Disease@ Washington University; Matching Score: 1003593Assoc Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USAClete A Kushida

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

Stanford
【Keywords】Social(19+0); Structure(4+0); Learning(4+0); Dynamics(3+0); Execution(1+0); Engineering(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Theory(8+0); Model(4+0); Behavior(3+0); Statistics(2+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(2); PNAS(1);
【Reviews】Review(8);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
031135Prof.
WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USACatherine E. Lang

WUSTL
【Keywords】Stroke(27+2); Therapy(7+0); Neurology(4+0); Muscle(4+0); Finger(3+0); Motor(1+1); Motor cortex(2+0); Environment(0+1); Dysfunction(1+0); Neuromuscular(1+0); Adaptation(1+0); Exercise(1+0); Learning(1+0); Decision making(1+0); Cardiovascular(1+0); Imaging(1+0);
【Models】Human(3+0);
【Methods】Behavior(2+0); Anatomy(1+0); MRI(1+0); fMRI(1+0);
【Research】Effective and efficient, individualized neurorehabilitation
【Publications】Neuron(1);
【Reviews】Annals Of Neurology(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Amy Jo BastianJoanne M. Wagner, Justin A. Beebe, Dustin D. HardwickYears: 2018; Recipients: Lang, Catherine; Code: T32; Title/Keywords: Doctoral Training Program in Movement Science@ Washington University; Matching Score: 0.915007034Assoc Prof.
JHU010012Baltimore, MD, USAJiou Wang MD,

JHU
【Keywords】Disease(0+4); Neurodegenerative disease(0+2); Degeneration(0+1); Aging(0+1); Sclerosis(0+1); Form(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Metabolism(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+4); Gene(0+1);
【Research】Cellular + Molecular Neuroscience; Neurobiology of Disease; .
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USAF. Xavier Castellanos

NYU
【Keywords】Disorder(9+1); Psychiatry(6+0); ADHD(3+2); Cognition(3+2); Imaging(3+1); Development(3+0); Dysfunction(2+0); Autism(2+0); Attention(2+0); Neuroimaging(0+2); Neurology(1+0); Pediatric(1+0); Cognitive neuroscience(1+0); Causality(1+0); Resting state(1+0); Connectomics(1+0); Precuneus(1+0); Striatum(1+0); Cerebellum(1+0);
【Models】Human(4+0); Monkey(1+0);
【Methods】MRI(4+1); Behavior(1+1); fMRI(1+0); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Neuroimaging, neuroscience, psychopharmacology, and the genetics of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Dylan Gee, Zarrar Shehzad, David Ernest Stark, Jonathan Seth Adelstein, Xi-Nian ZuoBrandon Ashinoff, Felipe Almeida Picon058934Prof.
NYU015028New York, NY, USARoozbeh Kiani

NYU
【Keywords】Decision making(5+1); Bayesian(3+0); Object(2+0); Face(2+0); Inferotemporal (IT) cortex(2+0); Structure(1+0); Environment(1+0); Cognition(1+0); Vision(0+1); Category(1+0); Categorization(1+0); Encoding(1+0); LIP(1+0);
【Models】Macaque(2+0); Monkey(2+0); Primate(1+0);
【Methods】Microstimulation(2+0); Computation(1+0); Mathematics(1+0);
【Research】Decision making, visual shape and motion processing
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(6); JNS(2); eLife(2); Cerebral Cortex(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hossein Esteky, Michael N. Shadlen, William T. Newsome, Michael N. ShadlenSaleh Esteki, Christina Hatch, Long Sha, Stanley Jose Komban, Gouki Okazawa, John J. Sakon, Michael L. Waskom, Braden PurcellNikolaus Kriegeskorte, Anthony D. Wagner, Xiao-Jing Wang, Alan Gordon, Jonathan Winawer, Marc ZirnsakYears: 2015 — 2018; Recipients: Kiani, Roozbeh; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Crcns: Neural Coding and Computation in Large Ensembles in Prefrontal Cortex@ New York University; Matching Score: 1006331Assist Prof.
UCSF003015San Francisco, CA, USARobert Edwards

UCSF
【Keywords】Vesicle(0+7); Neurotransmitter(0+4); Synaptic Transmission(0+4); Transporter(0+2); Membrane(0+2); Regulation(0+1); Peptide(0+1); Synapse(0+1); Disease(0+1); Parkinson's disease(0+1); Alpha-synuclein(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Contrast(0+1); Hormone(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1);
【Research】The Synaptic Basis of Behavior
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAFred H. Gage

UCSD
【Keywords】Environment(0+2); Plasticity(0+1); Development(0+1); Neurogenesis(0+1); Neurodegenerative disease(0+1); Exercise(0+1);
【Models】Human(0+3);
【Methods】
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USAKaren E. Duff

Columbia
【Keywords】Disease(6+11); Tau(12+4); Transgenic(8+0); Pathology(6+2); Neurodegenerative disease(3+4); Alzheimer's disease(7+0); Memory(2+3); Dysfunction(3+1); Abeta(0+3); Cognition(1+2); Imaging(0+3); ApoE(0+2); Tauopathies(1+1); Schizophrenia(2+0); Entorhinal cortex(1+1); Hippocampus(1+1); Axon(1+0); Axonal transport(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Degeneration(0+1); Pathogenesis(0+1); Vulnerability(0+1); APP(0+1); Olfaction(1+0); Learning(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Grid cell(1+0); Metabolism(1+0); Stress(1+0); Temporal lobe(0+1); Olfactory bulb(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(5+5); Human(1+1);
【Methods】Model(8+6); In vivo(5+1); Protein(2+2); Gene(2+0); Optogenetics(1+1); In vitro(1+0); fMRI(0+1);
【Research】Pathogenic Mechanisms in Neurodegenerative Diseases; Neurobiology of Disease; Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Molecular and Cellular Biology of Neurodegeneration; Synapses and Circuits;
【Publications】Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(3); Neuron(2); JNS(1); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Prof.
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.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USARuss B Altman

Stanford
【Keywords】Therapeutics(7+0); Knowledge(3+2); Structure(1+3); Disease(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Development(1+0); Tumor(1+0); Depression(1+0); Learning(1+0); Context(0+1); Language(0+1); Causality(1+0); Bayesian(1+0); Dynamics(0+1); Machine learning(0+1);
【Models】Human(2+0);
【Methods】Gene(8+1); Pharmacology(8+0); Computation(3+2); Bioinformatics(4+0); Microarray(2+0); Protein(0+1); Model(1+0); Simulation(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】Science(3); Nature Communications(1); PLOS Computational Biology(2);
【Reviews】Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
036446Prof.
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABabak Razavi

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

UW
【Keywords】Receptor(0+6); Addiction(0+6); Cannabinoids(0+4); Cocaine(0+4); Form(0+4); Regulation(0+2); Opiate(0+2); Ion Channel(0+2); Synaptic Plasticity(0+2); LTP(0+2); LTD(0+2); Drug tolerance(0+2); Neural Circuit(0+2); Learning(0+2); Transporter(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+2);
【Methods】Behavior(0+7); Anatomy(0+4); Gene(0+2); Pharmacology(0+2);
【Research】Behavioral Neuroscience; Cell and Molecular Neuroscience; Neurotransmitters; Modulators; Transporters and Receptors
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Columbia006008New York, NY, USARafael Yuste

Columbia
【Keywords】Spine(10+0); Dendrite(7+0); Imaging(5+2); Microcircuit(0+3); Dynamics(3+0); Regulation(2+0); Membrane(2+0); Genetically modify(0+1); Neurotransmitter(1+0); Ion Channel(0+1); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(1+0); Synapse(0+1); Neural Circuit(1+0); Perception(0+1); Form(1+0); Voluntary Movement(0+1); Memory(0+1); Language(0+1); Morphology(1+0); Music(0+1); Optical(0+1); Machine(0+1); Connectomics(1+0); CA1(1+0); CA2(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(0+2); Human(0+1); Rat(1+0);
【Methods】Microscopy(1+2); Anatomy(1+1); Theory(0+2); Electrophysiology(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】Biophysics/Ion Channels; Brain Imaging; Theoretical Neuroscience; Synapses and Circuits; Systems and Circuits;
【Publications】Nature(3); Science(2); Nature Neuroscience(1); Neuron(7); JNS(1); Cerebral Cortex(2);
【Reviews】Nature Reviews Neuroscience(3); Review(3); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Sydney Brenner, Lawrence C. Katz, Torsten Wiesel, Winfried Denk, David W. TankDmitriy Aronov, Laura M. McGarry, Gloster B. Aaron, Sydney S. Cash, Lili-Naz Hazrati, Sila Ultanir, Anna Katarzyna Majewska, Ania K. Majewska, Ayumu Tashiro, Areti Tsiola, Jesse H. Goldberg, Sila Konur, Yuji Ikegaya, Volodymyr Nikolenko, Brendon Omar Watson, Adam Max Packer, Tanya Sippy, Michael Beierlein, Joshua Craig Brumberg, Luis Carrillo-Reid, Wei Gan, Jordan P. Hamm, Hajime Hirase, Huibert D. Mansvelder, Alan R. Woodruff, Jae-Eun Kang Miller, James Kozloski, Rosa Cossart, Carlos Portera-Cailliau, Jason Neil MacLean, Mutsuo Nuriya, Tim Vogels, Roberto Araya, Taekyung KwonAnatoly BuchinYears: 2018; Recipients: Yuste, Rafael; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Crcns: Modeling the Ophysiology of Dendritic Spines@ Columbia Univ New York Morningside; Matching Score: 0.939030769Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USAAlysson Muotri

UCSD
【Keywords】Development(0+4); Disease(0+2); Neuronal differentiation(0+1); Disorder(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Learning(0+1); Language(0+1); Consciousness(0+1); Concept(0+1);
【Models】Stem Cell(0+6); Human(0+3);
【Methods】Behavior(0+2);
【Research】 Cellular & Developmental; Cognitive, Behavioral & Psychopharmacology
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Stanford002003Palo Alto, CA, USABoris Murmann

Stanford
【Keywords】Memory(4+0); Neural network(4+0); Short-term memory(2+0); Convolutional Neural Network(2+0); Object(1+0); Timing(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(2+0); Theory(2+0); Protein(1+0);
【Research】
【Publications】Nature(2); Science(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Bernhard E. BoserEchere Iroaga, Yangjin Oh, Jason Hu, Parastoo Nikaeen006755Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USANephi Stella

UW
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USARobert Asarnow

UCLA
【Keywords】Schizophrenia(0+7); Disorder(0+3); Plasticity(0+1); Personality Disorders(0+1); Cognition(0+1); Attention(0+1); Language(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+3);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAngelique Bordey

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

UCSD
【Keywords】Vision(0+4); Neural Circuit(0+3); Visual cortex(0+2); Transgenic(0+1); Development(0+1); Perception(0+1); V1(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Gene(0+4); In vivo(0+1); In vitro(0+1); Anatomy(0+1); Computation(0+1);
【Research】 Systems
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
NYU015028New York, NY, USADmitry Rinberg

NYU
【Keywords】Olfaction(12+0); Perception(2+0); Receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Development(1+0); APP(1+0); Systems Neuroscience(1+0); Sense(0+1); Frequency(1+0); Aversive(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Neural dynamics(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】Behavior(1+0);
【Research】Sensory information processing in the behaving animal
【Publications】Nature(3); Cell(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(3); Nature Communications(1);
【Reviews】Physical Review(2);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Hanan Davidowitz, Alan GelperinSasha Devore, Matt C. Smear, Rodney Philip O'Connor, Roman ShustermanThomas Bozza, Itamar Kahn, David A. Markowitz, Yevgeniy Borisovich SirotinYears: 2018; Recipients: Babadi, Behtash (co-PI) [⬀] Chialvo, Dante RFellin, TommasoHisted, Mark HKanold, Patrick O (co-PI) [⬀] Losert, Wolfgang (co-PI) [⬀] Maunsell, John Hr [⬀] Panzeri, Stefano Vt (co-PI) [⬀] Plenz, Dietmar (co-PI) [⬀] Rinberg, DmitryShoham, Shy (co-PI) [⬀] ; Code: U19; Title/Keywords: Readout and Control of Spatiotemporal Neuronal Codes For Behavior@ University of Chicago; Matching Score: 0.954001671Assoc Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAMartha Bosma

UW
【Keywords】Ion Channel(0+4); Development(0+2); CNS(0+2); Hypothalamus(0+2); Receptor(0+1); Rhythm(0+1); Proliferation(0+1); Differentiation(0+1); Olfaction(0+1); Motor(0+1); Motor Neuron(0+1); Hormone(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Median eminence(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Harvard001001Boston, MA, USAClifford Saper

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

NYU
【Keywords】Working memory(5+1); Oscillation(4+0); Cognition(4+0); Decision making(2+1); Rhythm(2+0); Dynamics(2+0); Neuromodulation(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); Axon(1+0); Dendrite(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neural Circuit(0+1); Object(1+0); Frequency(1+0); Interneuron(1+0); PFC(1+0); Hippocampus(1+0); Basal ganglia(1+0);
【Models】
【Methods】Model(6+0); Computation(4+1); In vivo(1+0);
【Research】Computational neuroscience, decision-making, working memory, and neural circuits
【Publications】Nature(1); Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(3); Cerebral Cortex(1); Neural Computation(1);
【Reviews】Trends In Neurosciences(2); Annual Review Of Neuroscience(1); Physiological Reviews(1); Review(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Gregoire Nicolis, John RinzelGuangyu Yang, Xingyu Ding, Yinghui Liu, Enrique Garibay Ruiz, Caroline Geisler, Pengcheng Song, KongFatt Wong-Lin, Alireza Soltani, Rishidev Chaudhuri, John David Murray, Albert Compte, Christian Luhmann, Nikola T. Markov, Jorge F. Mejias, Paul Miller, David Andrieux, Sean Froudist-Walsh, Ulises Pereira Obilinovic, Alfonso Renart, Feng Liu, Chung-Chuan Lo, Moran Furman, Alberto Bernacchia, Salva Ardid, John David Murray, Jérémie Barral, Nicolas Brunel, Stefano FusiGyörgy Buzsáki, Christos Constantinidis, Roozbeh Kiani, Daeyeol LeeYears: 2019; Recipients: Wang, Jing HongWang, Xiao-Jing; Code: R01; Title/Keywords: Mechanisms of Dual Inhibition of Tgfbeta/Pd-L1 in Hnscc@ University of Colorado Denver; Matching Score: 0.954025364Prof.
UW021010Seattle, WA, USAAndres Barria

UW
【Keywords】Synaptic Plasticity(0+3); Connection(0+3); Development(0+2); Synapse(0+2); Signaling molecule(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Glutamate receptor(0+1); Ion Channel(0+1); Dendrite(0+1); Synapse formation(0+1); Spine(0+1); Form(0+1); Learning and memory(0+1); Imaging(0+1); Hippocampus(0+1);
【Models】
【Methods】Protein(0+1); Electrophysiology(0+1);
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAAnatol Bragin

UCLA
【Keywords】
【Models】
【Methods】
【Research】
【Publications】
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
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
Yale014011New Haven, CT, USAAlex Kwan

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

NIH-NIDA
【Keywords】Imaging(5+2); Dopamine(2+0); Dysfunction(1+1); Cocaine(2+0); Receptor(1+0); AMPA receptor(1+0); NMDA receptor(1+0); GABAA receptor(1+0); Dopamine receptor(1+0); D2 receptor(1+0); Structure(1+0); Membrane(1+0); Synaptic Plasticity(1+0); Development(0+1); Neurodegenerative disorder(1+0); Addiction(0+1); Vision(1+0); Social(1+0); Exploration(1+0); Dynamics(1+0); Engineering(0+1); Optical(0+1); Optical imaging(0+1); PFC(1+0); V1(1+0); Dorsal striatum(1+0);
【Models】Mouse(3+0); Human(1+0);
【Methods】In vivo(4+2); In vitro(1+0); Microscopy(1+0); Optogenetics(1+0); Computation(0+1); Model(1+0); Data analysis(0+1);
【Research】Neural Engineering Unit
【Publications】Nature Neuroscience(2); Neuron(2); JNS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Richard L. HuganirCraig T. Werner, Wen Zhang
UCLA011013Los Angeles, CA, USAS. Lawrence Zipursky

UCLA
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WUSTL009032Saint Louis, MO, USAYao Chen

WUSTL
【Keywords】Dynamics(0+5); Psychiatric disorder(0+2); Stroke(2+0); Sleep(0+2); Imaging(1+1); Regulation(1+0); Neuromodulation(0+1); Modulation(1+0); Dopamine(0+1); Acetylcholine(0+1); Receptor(0+1); Peptide receptor(1+0); Peptide(1+0); Structure(1+0); Development(0+1); Environment(1+0); Disease(1+0); Neurodegenerative disorder(0+1); Therapeutics(1+0); Drugs of Abuse(0+1); Neural Circuit(0+1); Spectral(1+0); Learning(0+1); Knowledge(0+1); Connection(0+1);
【Models】Mouse(0+1);
【Methods】Protein(4+0); Behavior(1+3); Theory(2+0); Gene(1+0); In vitro(1+0); Electrophysiology(0+1); Microscopy(0+1); Pharmacology(1+0); Algorithm(1+0);
【Research】Understanding the function of neuromodulators and sleep through the spatiotemporal dynamics of molecular signals
【Publications】Nature(1); Science(1); NIPS(1);
【Links】Official site, NeuroTree, Google scholar, Microsoft Academic, PubMed
Peter Lawrence, Damon Page, Karel Svoboda, John Flanagan, Bernardo L. SabatiniYears: 2014 — 2015; Recipients: Chen, Yao; Code: F32; Title/Keywords: Integration and Dynamics of Neuromodulator Action in the Striatum@ Harvard Medical School; Matching Score: 1009366Assist Prof.
UCSD011017San Diego, CA, USANicholas Schork<