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Brumback, Audrey No
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
Associate Professor
512-475-7009
SEA 2.216
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COLGIN, LAURA L
Laura L Colgin
Associate Professor, Director (Academic)
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, Interim Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education
Hippocampal memory, fear learning and extinction of fear memory, adult hippocampal neurogenesis
512-232-6367
WCH
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Geisler, Wilson
Wilson S Geisler III
Professor
David Wechsler Regents Chair in Psychology

512-471-3054
SEA 4.328
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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
Hayhoe, Mary
Mary M Hayhoe
Professor
512-475-9338
SEA 4.234
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Howard, Mackenzie No
Mackenzie A Howard
Research Assistant Professor, Courtesy Faculty
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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Kubik, Tristan No
Tristan D Kubik
Graduate Student Fellow - Mueller Lab
Yikes! Who let him out of the insectary? Get that entomologist back where he belongs before we all get into trouble.
Lee, Hongjoo
Hongjoo J Lee
Associate Professor
512-232-8055
SEA 6.108
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Lewis-Peacock, Jarrod A
Jarrod A Lewis-Peacock
Associate Professor
Cognitive control, memory, functional neuroimaging, real-time neurofeedback
512-232-2149
SEA 2.222
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Marinelli, Michela (Micky) No
Michela Marinelli
Associate Professor, Associate Professor (Medical)
neuroscience of addiction and motivation
512-471-0080
HDB 5.318
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MAUK, MICHAEL
Michael Mauk
Professor
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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MAYFIELD, R. Dayne
Roy D Mayfield
Research Professor
Messing, Robert No
Robert Messing
Department Chair, Neuroscience, Professor
Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research | M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Chair in Molecular Biology

Neurobiology of addiction and pain
Nauhaus, Ian
Ian M Nauhaus
Assistant Professor
PHELPS, STEVEN M
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
Vice Provost for Faculty Development, Professor
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 decisions and motor plans are formed in the primate cerebral cortex.
512-232-6052
SEA 4.204
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SNODDERLY, D M JR
Donald 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
Tan, Pin Kwang No
Pin Kwang Tan
Graduate Research Assistant
INS Graduate Student, Seidemann Lab
Wei, Xuexin Yes
Xuexin Wei
Assistant Professor
Computational & Theoretical Neuroscience