CNUP: Center for Neuroscience

Areas Of Concentration - Cortical Circuits

Marlene Behrmann
Visual cognition in normal and brain-damaged humans.
Marlene Cohen
Using attention to study cortical population codes
Carol L. Colby
Cortical mechanisms of memory, attention, and spatial representation in primates.
Brent Doiron
Theoretical investigations of the impact of neural variability on sensory processing.
G. Bard Ermentrout
Applications of mathematics to biological systems.
Kenneth N. Fish
Functional consequences of altered connectivity in schizophrenia; the early secretory pathway’s role in neurodevelopment and synaptogenesis
Neeraj J. Gandhi
Neural basis of sensorimotor integration and cognition
Anthony A. Grace
Neurophysiology of basal ganglia system related to psychiatric disorders.
Bryan M. Hooks
Organization of mouse cortical circuitry underlying control of movement
Robert E. Kass
Statistical analysis of neural data.
Sandra J. Kuhlman
Influence of cortical inhibitory circuits on sensory development and perceptual learning.
David A. Lewis
Functional architecture of the prefrontal cortex and schizophrenia
Anne-Marie Oswald
Contributions of cortical microcircuit properties to information processing and coding in the olfactory system.
Srivatsun Sadagopan
The perception of vocal communication sounds in realistic listening conditions
Andrew B. Schwartz
Cerebral basis for volitional movement and cortical neural prosthetics.
Rebecca P. Seal
Studies of neural plasticity in motor disorders and the neural circuits underlying touch and pain.
Susan R. Sesack
Functional neuroanatomy of cortical and brainstem monoamine systems.
Matthew A. Smith
Cortical circuits and population codes that underlie visual perception
Peter L. Strick
CNS circuits of motor and cognitive functions; motor skill acquisition and retention; functional imaging.
Robert A. Sweet
Mechanisms of psychosis in Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia.
Michael Tarr
High-level vision and categorization in humans
Robert S. Turner
Neurophysiology of basal ganglia-cortical networks in health and disease.