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Brumback, Audrey
Audrey C Brumback
Assistant Professor of Neurology, Assistant Professor (Medical)
512-495-5241
NHB 2.122
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Church-Lang, Jessica
Jessica A Church-Lang
Assistant Professor
Wayne H. Holtzman Regents Chair in Psychology

512-475-7009
SEA 2.216
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COLGIN, LAURA L
Laura L Colgin
Associate Professor
Investigate how brain rhythms affect memory operations, using multisite tetrode recordings from behaving animals.
512-232-6361
NHB 2.146
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DREW, MICHAEL
Michael Drew
Associate Professor
Hippocampal memory, fear learning and extinction of fear memory, adult hippocampal neurogenesis
512-232-6367
NHB 3.132
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Gonzalez-Lima, F
F Gonzalez-Lima
Professor
George I. Sanchez Centennial Professorship in Liberal Arts

Brain research on transcranial lasers, memory enhancement, neuroprotection, neurocognitive disorders
512-475-8497
SEA 3.236
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Goris, Robbe
Robbe L Goris
Assistant Professor
Visual Perception, Perceptual Decision-Making, Computational Neuroscience
Howard, Mackenzie
Mackenzie A Howard
Research Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Discovering cellular and circuit mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction in epilepsy and neurodevelopmental disorders
HUK, ALEXANDER C
Alexander C Huk
Professor
Raymond Dickson Centennial Professorship #2

Focuses on how we see things move using electrophysiology, functional magnetic resonance imaging, psychophysics, and computational modeling.
512-232-5729
SEA 4.238
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Jones, Theresa
512-232-1814
SEA 6.106
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Lewis-Peacock, Jarrod A
Jarrod A Lewis-Peacock
Assistant Professor
Interactions between memory, attention, and learning; neural decoding & neurofeedback
512-232-2149
SEA 2.222
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MAUK, MICHAEL
Michael Mauk
Department Chair, Neuroscience, Professor
Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research

To understand what brain systems compute, how learning contributes, how circuits, cells and synapses mediate this learning and computation.
512-232-3978
NHB 3.368
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Messing, Robert
Robert Messing
Professor, Professor of Neurology
512-471-1735
HDB 5.320
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Nauhaus, Ian
Ian M Nauhaus
Assistant Professor
PHELPS, STEVEN M
Steven M Phelps
Associate Professor
512-475-6304
PAT 22
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Pierce, Jonathan
Jonathan Pierce
Associate Professor
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Professorships in Molecular Biology

The genetic mechanisms that govern behaviors and contribute to neurological disorders.
512-232-4137
NMS 5.116
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POLLAK, GEORGE D
George D Pollak
Professor
How the auditory system processes species-specific communication signals and the cues that enable association with its location in space.
512-471-4352
NHB 3.362
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Preston, Alison
Alison R Preston
Professor, Director (0379)
Dr. A. Wilson Nolle and Sir Raghunath P. Mahendroo Professorship in Neuroscience

512-232-2145
NHB 3.352
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PRIEBE, NICHOLAS J
Nicholas J Priebe
Associate Professor
Mechanisms underlying response properties of neurons in primary sensory cortex using both electrophysiology and imaging in vivo.
512-232-0802
NHB 2.112
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SEIDEMANN, EYAL
Eyal Seidemann
Professor
How perceptual events and motor plans are represented and processed in the primate cerebral cortex.
512-232-6052
SEA 4.204
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SNODDERLY, D M JR
D M Snodderly Jr
Professor
Early stages of the primate visual pathway from the retina to the cortex.
512-232-3307
NMS 5.314
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Taillefumier, Thibaud
Thibaud O Taillefumier
Assistant Professor
Mathematical Neuroscience