CTP Training Grant at the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Program Office Location & Hours
C241 PDB
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Neural Plasticity and Development

There is a great deal of overlap between neural plasticity and development; both areas are concerned with the mechanisms by which the nervous system changes. In neural plasticity, researchers examine responses to internal and external factors such as transgenic genes, hormones, learning and memory, sensory deprivation, circadian cues, trauma, stroke, and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. In neural development, researchers examine the mechanisms by which the nervous system develops, and the relationship between genes and environmental cues in shaping the nervous system.

Dr. Karen J. Berkley Dr. Karen J. Berkley
B434 PDB
(850) 644-5741
Dr. Richard  Bertram Dr. Richard Bertram
002D LOV
(850) 644-7195
Dr. Debra A. Fadool Dr. Debra A. Fadool
3008 KIN
(850) 644-4775
Dr. James M. Fadool Dr. James M. Fadool
3018 KIN
(850) 644-3550
Dr. Elaine  Hull Dr. Elaine Hull
B425 PDB
(850) 645-2389
Dr. Richard L. Hyson Dr. Richard L. Hyson
B427 PDB
(850) 644-5824
Dr. Frank  Johnson Dr. Frank Johnson
B341 PDB
(850) 644-8566
Dr. Sanjay  Kumar Dr. Sanjay Kumar
3300B MSR
(850) 645-8336
Dr. Cathy W. Levenson Dr. Cathy W. Levenson
2350B MSR
(850) 644-4122
Dr. Lisa  Lyons Dr. Lisa Lyons
3017 KIN
(850) 645-8255
Dr. Michael  Meredith Dr. Michael Meredith
3011 KIN
(850) 644-3427
Dr. Charles C. Ouimet Dr. Charles C. Ouimet
2300H MSR
(850) 644-2271
Dr. Paul Q. Trombley Dr. Paul Q. Trombley
207 BRF
(850) 644-1614