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Learning and Memory

Domjan, Michael

Professor and Chairman of Psychology

Behavioral mechanisms of learning in animals

Bajaj, Chandrajit

Professor of Computer Science

Computational modeling, simulation, analysis, and visualization of natural and synthetic phenomena

Golding, Nace

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology

Biophysics of information processing in dendrites

Gonzalez-Lima, Francisco

George I. Sanchez Centennial Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience

Departments of Psychology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology and Toxicology

Brain systems mediating learning and memory in health and Alzheimer's disease

Huk, Alex

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology

Neural mechanisms underlying perceptual decision-making: Neurophysiology and functional imaging

Johnston, Dan

Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research, Professor of Neurobiology, Director of the Center for Learning & Memory and of the Institute for Neuroscience

Synaptic Integration and Plasticity in Hippocampus;
Mechanisms of Learning and Memory and Epileptogenesis

Jones, Theresa

Associate Professor of Psychology

Plasticity of neural structure, synaptic connectivity and glial-neuronal interactions in adult animals following brain damage and during learning

Kiran, Swathi

Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders

Plasticity mechanisms involving language recovery in adults following stroke. Neural correlates of the effect of language treatment on behavioral recovery.

Koester, Helmut

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology

Neuronal signaling in cortical networks

Mauk, Michael

Professor of Neurobiology

Neural circuits engaged during eyelid conditioning

Miikkulainen, Risto

Professor of Computer Sciences

Computational neural network models of vision, memory and language

Morrisett, Richard

Professor of Pharmacology and Neurobiology

The role of amino-acid derived neurotransmitter systems and synaptic transmission during the induction and expression of alcohol-related disorders

Preston, Alison

Assistant Professor of Psychology

High resolution fMRI as a tool for understanding how memory is implemented in the human brain

Schnyer, David

Associate Professor of Psychology

Understanding the functional and neural basis of Implicit memory and metamemory using EEG, MEG and fMRI.