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Sensory Systems

Sensory systems are the input pathways to the nervous system and can be windows into its working. The responses of neurons or individuals to controlled sensory stimuli enable us to relate the known (sensory stimuli) to the unknown (the nervous system response). Brain pathways and neuronal mechanisms related to sensory signals are often better understood than most pathways and mechanisms within the brain. This means that brain slices or single cells from sensory systems make good experimental preparations for more detailed molecular studies. We already have some idea of what these cells and circuits do - but how do they do it?

Dr. Karen J. Berkley Dr. Karen J. Berkley
B434 PDB
(850) 644-5741
Dr. Robert J. Contreras Dr. Robert J. Contreras
B439 PDB
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Dr. Lisa A. Eckel Dr. Lisa A. Eckel
B339 PDB
(850) 644-3480
Dr. Debra A. Fadool Dr. Debra A. Fadool
3008 KIN
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Dr. James M. Fadool Dr. James M. Fadool
3018 KIN
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Dr. Thomas A. Houpt Dr. Thomas A. Houpt
3010 KIN
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Dr. Richard L. Hyson Dr. Richard L. Hyson
B427 PDB
(850) 644-5824
Dr. Frank  Johnson Dr. Frank Johnson
B341 PDB
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Dr. Michael  Meredith Dr. Michael Meredith
3011 KIN
(850) 644-3427
Dr. Alan C. Spector Dr. Alan C. Spector
B334 PDB
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Dr. Paul Q. Trombley Dr. Paul Q. Trombley
207 BRF
(850) 644-1614