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Primary Faculty and Their Research Interests

Lise S. Eliot, Professor of Neuroscience, PhD, Columbia, 1991. Plasticity and sex differences in brain and cognitive development.

Holly Hunsberger, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, PhD, West Virginia University, 2016. Unraveling sex differences throughout aging and Alzheimer's disease with an emphasis on mood disorders and neural circuitry.

Robert Marr, Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Assistant Dean for Research, PhD, McMaster, 1999. Gene transfer for the study of Alzheimer’s disease pathogenesis.

Daniel A. Peterson, Professor of Neuroscience, PhD, Otago (New Zealand), 1991. Regulation of adult neurogenesis, use of stem cells and gene therapy in brain repair

Grace E. Stutzmann (Beth), Professor and Discipline Chair of Neuroscience, PhD, New York University, 1999. Role of intracellular Calcium in neuronal physiology and pathophysiology, particularly Alzheimer's disease and aging.

Secondary Faculty

Joanna Dabrowska, PhD, Assistant Professor of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology

Kaiwen Kam, PhD, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology & Anatomy

Monika Waszczuk, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology, College of Health Professions

Professor Emeritus

Marjorie A. Ariano, Professor of Neuroscience (Emeritus), PhD, UCLA, 1977.