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ALDRICH, RICHARD W
Richard W Aldrich
Professor
Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research II

Molecular mechanisms of ion channels and signaling molecules.
512-232-6246
NHB 4.504
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BRAGER, DARRIN H
Darrin H Brager
Senior Research Scientist, Lecturer
512-475-7928
NHB 2.320
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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 No
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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HARRIS, R ADRON
R A Harris
Professor Emeritus
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Chair in Molecular Biology

Investigating molecular mechanisms responsible for alcoholism and drug dependence.
Howard, Mackenzie
Mackenzie A Howard
Research Assistant Professor, Courtesy Faculty
Discovering cellular and circuit mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction in epilepsy and neurodevelopmental disorders
Kuo, John S.
John S Kuo
Department Chair, Neurosurgery, Professor of Neurosurgery
512-495-5557
HDB 3.212
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Messing, Robert
Robert Messing
Department Chair, Neuroscience, Professor
Mukhopadhyay, Somshuvra
Somshuvra Mukhopadhyay
Associate Professor
Alan W. Hamm Centennial Fellowship in Pharmacy

neurologic diseases, membrane trafficking, infectious diseases, ion homeostasis, drug discovery
512-232-8200
BME 3.510E
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NISHIYAMA, HIROSHI
Hiroshi Nishiyama
Associate Professor
The formation, maintenance, and rewiring of neuronal circuits in the brain
512-232-8438
NHB
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Noble-Haeusslein, Linda
Linda J Noble
Professor, Professor of Neurology
The Noble-Haeusslein laboratory studies cellular and molecular determinants of recovery after traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.
512-495-5250
SEA 5.226
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Pierce, Jonathan
Jonathan Pierce
Associate Professor
The genetic mechanisms that govern behaviors and contribute to neurological disorders.
512-232-4137
NMS 5.116
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Smith, Tyler
Tyler A Smith
Teaching Assistant MBS
Immunological responses to PEG-fusion repair of severed peripheral nerves