Research & Faculty

Faculty associated with the NSIDP are very loosely organized into Focused Areas of Research (FAR). Faculty can belong to more than one FAR and FARs do not describe all of the research at UCLA. Collaborations between research groups are frequent and lead to many collaborative publications.

Addiction ADDICTION

UCLA is internationally recognized for excellence in Addiction research, which represents a multidisciplinary and translational area of neuroscience research at UCLA.  Research spans the fundamental bases of addiction from the genome to neural phenotypes and ultimately the syndrome. Ongoing programs focus on a variety of addictive disorders that include drug abuse (psychostimulants, opioids, alcohol and nicotine) and other addictions, and are supported within several NIH funded centers and training programs. The programs are particularly strong in molecular and cellular neurobiology, brain imaging, and behavioral neuroscience. Students in the Addiction FAR will join a highly interactive community where they will have the opportunity to participate in a number of seminars and courses.

Learning and Memory LEARNING AND MEMORY

The goal of learning and memory research is to understand how we allocate, acquire, retain, and retrieve information. By its very nature, this research is integrative and cross-disciplinary, incorporating molecular, cell biological, systems and behavioral level approaches to study synapses, neurons, circuits, brains and behavior. UCLA is internationally recognized for the excellence of its research in learning and memory. Together, its outstanding faculty cover molecular to systems approaches to the study of memory, working in model systems ranging from Aplysia to mouse to humans. Students in the Learning and Memory FAR will become part of this interactive and energetic community with organized, well-attended scientific activities, including a long-standing weekly Learning and Memory Journal Club, an annual Southern California Learning and Memory Symposium, and a myriad of other events that highlight the strengths of this community. Additional new courses are being developed to further enrich the training opportunities.

Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair NEURAL DEVELOPMENT, DEGENERATION, AND REPAIR

Neurological diseases and injuries are among the most debilitating medical conditions affecting millions of people each year. Few effective treatments for these disorders currently exist, in part because we know very little about the mechanisms underlying these conditions and how to prevent or repair neural damage. The Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair FAR seeks to tackle this problem by providing training in three main areas: 1) Elucidating the cellular and molecular mechanisms that establish neural circuitry during embryonic and postnatal development, 2) Exploring mechanisms of aging and neurodegeneration caused by injury or diseases, and 3) Exploring ways in which neural tissue damage can be prevented or repaired. The Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair FAR will draw upon the broad expertise at UCLA in the areas of stem cell differentiation, neural development, neurodegenerative diseases, plasticity and restoration of function after injury to the central nervous system. The faculty associated with the FAR includes basic and clinical scientists, many of whom bridge the gap between the laboratory and advances in therapies for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s, as well as brain and spinal cord injuries. The Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair FAR curriculum includes training in broad areas of cellular, molecular and system neuroscience, completed with specialized courses in Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair, a weekly journal club focused on the current literature, weekly presentations by trainees and faculty, and seminars from renowned investigators in the field. Students are encouraged to explore areas at the junction of multiple fields, to use multiple technical approaches, and to engage in collaborations between laboratories. The Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair FAR also will build upon the success of their NIH-sponsored Training Program in Neural Repair. The goal is to train a cadre of young investigators that are fully prepared for the changing culture of science while retaining a solid background in their main area of expertise.

Neurogenetics NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY AND SEX DIFFERENCES

UCLA is an international leader in research and education in neuroendocrinology and sex differences. Our group studies two sets of factors, sex hormones and sex chromosomes, that influence neural function and disease differently in males and females. The research is profoundly integrative, relating biological mechanisms at the level of individual genes, cell and molecular networks, and neural circuits and physiology, to understand emergent phenotypes that underlie behavior, circadian rhythms, and disease. The study of brain sexual differentiation provides a conceptual framework for understanding reproduction as well as sex differences in disease processes.

Neurogenetics NEUROGENETICS

Neurogenetics brings to bear the powerful tools of modern genetics and genomics to some of the most important and fascinating problems in all of biomedical sciences. UCLA is widely recognized as one of the leading centers of neurogenetics research. The breadth of the neurogenetics research program is extraordinary, ranging from investigations of invertebrate model systems within single laboratories to trans-disciplinary collaborative programs focused on complex human phenotypes, in the Consortium for Neuropsychiatric Phenomics. The Neurogenetics FAR is built around a well-established training structure and NIH-funded joint predoctoral and postdoctoral training programs in Neurobehavioral Genetics. These training programs exemplify the signature focus of the FAR; using genetics to integrate “neuro” and “behavioral” approaches to neuroscience investigation, with a particular emphasis on phenotyping of the nervous system-across systems from flies to humans-as a distinct scientific endeavor. Current faculty within the NIH-funded training programs represent a wide diversity of research interests and provide a broad range of opportunities for students. There is already an enormous level of interaction between faculty in the program, and this is enhanced by a yearly retreat, bi-monthly seminar series and a flexible core curriculum tailored to individual student backgrounds.

Neuroimaging / Cognitive NEUROIMAGING/COGNITIVE

The Neuroimaging/Cognitive FAR is designed for students pursuing a professional career in neuroimaging, either in clinical practice or in neuroscience research. The multidisciplinary approach provides training in both basic science and technological principles of modern neuroimaging methods, and in their application to the understanding of neurological function and neurological disorders. The Neuroimaging/Cognitive FAR is comprised of a set of selected core and elective courses designed to provide students with a firm grounding in the theoretical, conceptual, and practical issues involved in studying the human and non-human brain using neuroimaging methods - from the molecular to whole brain human imaging. Core courses allow students to gain an understanding of the physiological principles underlying the types of imaging modalities commonly used to examine micro- and macro- brain structure and function as well as psychologically induced changes in physiological signals. The FAR includes research design and data analysis. Participants will obtain hands-on experience with data acquisition, processing, statistical analysis, and visualization through the use of leading edge graphical workflow environments and image processing software packages. Core courses emphasize the consideration of brain structure and function using modern medical imaging (e.g. MRI, PET, OIS, etc) and related neural recording techniques (e.g. EEG).  Across these intensive courses, students will gain a full appreciation of the various cognitive factors that influence patterns of brain activation measured with functional imaging methods (e.g. BOLD, fMRI and PET) as well as becoming familiar with the effects of disease on brain anatomy and integrity. Students will gain exposure to neural tissue imaging methods (e.g. light, confocal, molecular, and related microscopy approaches), their application, and comparative strengths and limitations. At the completion of the Neuroimaging FAR, it is expected that participants will be fully prepared to critique, design, and participate in conducting research studies using a variety of neuroimaging methods; appreciate potentials and limitations of current neuroimaging methods and techniques; better understand the broad range of expertise required in a brain imaging research program; and be positioned well for careers in neuroimaging laboratory research.

Synapses, Cells, & Circuits SYNAPSES, CELLS, AND CIRCUITS

The Synapses, Cells, and Circuits FAR focuses on how the nervous system works by linking physiological mechanisms at the synaptic, cellular and circuit levels. Ultimately these efforts seek to understand in detail how synaptic function and plasticity, properties intrinsic to individual neurons, and microcircuit function converge to process information in different brain areas. Over the past decades neuroscience has elucidated basic principles underlying neuronal excitability and synaptic function. There also is increasingly accurate specification of the brain regions involved in particular behaviors through neuroimaging. However, due to technical challenges, relatively little research links these critical physiological levels. Bridging this gap will require the next generation of scientists to have expertise in neuronal cell biology, synaptic physiology, genetic approaches, and modern optical techniques. Given the breadth of neuroscience expertise at UCLA, this FAR is ideally positioned to lead research and training in this field.

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Adhikari, Avishek

Neural control of emotional behaviors, with a focus on fear and anxiety
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Andrews, Anne

Serotonin & Anxiety
Addiction

Arnold, Arthur

Sexual Differentiation of the Brain
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neuroendocrinology and Sex Differences Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Basso, Michele A.

Reserach on how the brain makes decisions and how these processes go awry in diseases
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Bearden, Carrie

Neurodevelopmental Disorders; Cognition, Neuroimaging and Genetics of Mood Disorders and Psychosis
Learning and Memory Neurogenetics Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Bilder, Robert

Neuropsychology and Neuroimaging
Neurogenetics Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Bisley, James

Cognitive Processing of Visual Information; Guidance of Eye Movements
Learning and Memory Neuroimaging / Cognitive Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Bitan, Gal

Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Black, Douglas

Post-transcriptional Gene Regulation in Neurons
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Blair, Hugh Tad

Learning and Memory; Neural Computation
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Blaisdell, Aaron

Learning and Behavior
Learning and Memory

Bookheimer, Susan

Functional Neuroimaging of Language and Memory
Learning and Memory Neurogenetics Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Brecha, Nicholas

Neurochemical Pathways in the Vertebrate Retina
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Bronstein, Jeff

Molecular Biology of Glia and Glial Tumors
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Buonomano, Dean

Neural Dynamics: Neural Basis of Learning and Temporal Processing
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Butler, Samantha

Generating and regenerating neural circuitry in the spinal cord
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Carmichael Jr., Stanley

Neuroplasticity After Brain Injury
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Carpenter, Ellen

Transcription Regulators in Nervous System Development
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Chandler, Scott

Neuronal Mechanisms Controlling Jaw Movement
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Charles, Andrew

Cellular and pharmacological mechanisms of migraine and pain
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Chesselet, Marie-Francoise

Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Cohen, Mark

Functional Imaging of the Human Brain
Addiction Learning and Memory Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Colwell, Christopher

Neural Control of Behavior, Circadian Rhythms
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Coppola, Giovanni

Advancement of our Understanding of the Genetic Architecture of Neuropsychiatric Disorders
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Correa, Stephanie

Neural control of energy homeostasis, estrogen signaling, neuroendocrinology
Neuroendocrinology and Sex Differences Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Dapretto, Mirella

Neuroimaging/imaging genetics of language and social cognition in typical and atypical development (emphasis on adolescence and autism spectrum disorders); cultural neuroscience
Neurogenetics Neuroimaging / Cognitive

De Vellis, Jean

Regulation of Development and Regeneration of Brain Cells
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Dean, Andrew

Neuropsychology of Addictions
Addiction

Demer, Joseph

Ocular Motor System, Vestibular System

Dickson, Patricia

Neurodegeneration

Donlea, Jeffrey M.

Sleep regulation, learning and memory
Learning and Memory Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Edgerton, V. Reggie

Neural Control of Movement and Neuromuscular Plasticity
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Engel Jr., Jerome

Neurobiology of Epilepsy
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Evans, Christopher

Opioid Systems
Addiction

Fan, Guoping

Epigenetic Mechanisms in Neural Development and Stem Cell Differentiation
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Fanselow, Michael

Learning, Memory and Emotion
Addiction Learning and Memory

Faull, Kym

Mass Spectrometry in the Biological Sciences including Proteomics

Feldman, Jack

Properties of Neurons Resulting in Behavior
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Feusner, Jamie

Understanding Perception and Emotion in Body Image Disorders; Treatments for OCD and Anxiety Disorders
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Flint, Jonathan

Genetic basis of anxiety and depression in animal models and in humans
Neurogenetics

Fogel, Brent

Exploring the Molecular Basis of Neurodevelopmental and Neurodegenerative Disease
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Freimer, Nelson

Identifying Genes that Contribute to Predisposition to Complex Human Phenotypes
Neurogenetics

Fried, Itzhak

The Neuronal Basis of Human Memory; Supplementary Motor Area Epilepsy
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Frye, Mark

Cross-Modal Sensory Fusion and Sensory-Motor Integration
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Galvan, Adriana

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Addiction Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Geschwind, Daniel

Neurogenetics, Systems Biology of Neurodevelopmental (e.g. Autism) and Neurodegenerative Disorders (Dementia and Ataxia)
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Giza, Christopher

Developmental Traumatic Brain Injury and Neuroplasticity

Glanzman, David

Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Golshani, Peyman

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Developmental Epilepsies
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Gomez-Pinilla, Fernando

Mechanisms of Neural Repair

Gorin, Michael

Molecular Genetics and Mechanisms of Retinal Disorders

Grijalva, Carlos V

Behavioral Neuroscience

Guo, Ming

Studying Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Disorders in Drosophila
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Guo, Zhefeng

Structural Biology of Amyloid-Related Neurodegenerative Diseases

Gylys, Karen

Synapse Pathology in Alzheimer's Disease
Learning and Memory

Hallem, Elissa

Olfactory Behavior in Free-living and Parasitic Nematodes
Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Harper, Ronald

Neural Mechanisms in Sleep State

Harris, Neil

Plasticity after Traumatic Brain Injury
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Hartenstein, Volker

Brain Development in Drosophila

Hong, Weizhe

Neural Mechanisms of Social Behavior
Learning and Memory Neuroendocrinology and Sex Differences Neurogenetics Neuroimaging / Cognitive Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Houser, Carolyn

Morphological Organization and Plasticity of the GABA System; Neurochemical Anatomy of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

Hovda, David

Recovery of Function Following Brain Injury
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Hsiao, Elaine

Neurobiology of disease, neuroimmunology, microbiome-nervous system interactions
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Iacoboni, Marco

Non Invasive Human Systems Neuroscience
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Irwin, Michael

Psychoneuroimmunology

Izquierdo , Alicia

Neuroscience of Decision making; Addiction
Addiction Learning and Memory

Jeste, Shafali

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Neurogenetics Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Kagan, Bruce

Neurotoxicity Caused by Channel Forming Toxins

Kao, Jonathan

Computational systems neuroscience and neural engineering
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Kaufman, Daniel

Therapeutics for diabetes and neurological disease

Kennedy, Pamela

Neural mechanisms of addiction and memory processes
Addiction

Khakh, Baljit

Ion Channels, Glia and Synapses
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Knowlton, Barbara

Neural Substrates of Higher Cognitive Functions
Learning and Memory Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Kornblum, Harley

Neural Stem Cells and Brain Tumors
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Krantz, David

Using Drosophila to Study Neurotransmitter Transport, Synaptic Transmission, Behavior and Disease
Addiction Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Krasne, Franklin

Neural Circuitry of Crayfish Escape Behavior
Learning and Memory

Kumar, Rajesh

Neural control of autonomic, breathing, and cognitive functions.

Lai, Albert

Pharmacogenomics of Glioblastoma Response to Therapy

Lau, Hak-Wan

Neural mechanisms of conscious perception, attention, and sensory metacognition
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Leuchter, Andrew

Neurophysiology of Depression; Neurophysiologic Predictors of Treatment Outcome

Levine, Michael

Neurophysiological Mechanisms Underlying Neurodegenerative Disorders
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Liau, Linda

Experimental Therapeutics for Brain Tumors
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Liu, Zili

How People See and Why They See The Way They Do?
Learning and Memory Neuroimaging / Cognitive

London, Edythe

Neuroimaging Brain Function in Addictive and Other Neuropsychiatric Disorders
Addiction Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Loo, Sandra

Gene-Brain-Behavior Pathways in Childhood Psychiatric Disorders
Neurogenetics

Lu, Daniel

Regenerative Treatment

MacKenzie-Graham, Allan

Understanding and preventing neurodegeneration
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neuroimaging / Cognitive Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Maidment, Nigel

Neuropharmacology of Substance Abuse
Addiction Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Martin, Kelsey

Cell Biology of Learning-related Synaptic Plasticity
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Masmanidis, Sotiris

Dynamics of neuronal ensembles in reward circuits
Addiction Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Mathern, Gary

Biological Mechanisms Linked to Epilepsy

Matthews, Paul

Mechanisms of learning and memory, motor coordination
Learning and Memory Neuroimaging / Cognitive Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Mayer, Emeran

Neurobiology of Stress, Pain and Emotion

Mazziotta, John

Neuroimaging, Brain Mapping
Learning and Memory

McCracken, James

Anxiety Disorders; Pediatric Psychopharmacology
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Mehta, Mayank

Computational and Systems Neuroscience, Learning and Memory, Sleep, Neural Oscillations, Neural Coding
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Metzner, Walter

Behavioral Neuroscience (Neuroethology)

Micevych, Paul

Reproductive Neuroendocrinology, Neuroprotection, Pain
Neuroendocrinology and Sex Differences Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Mody, Istvan

Synaptic Signaling in Health and Disease
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Narins, Peter

Auditory Neurophysiology, Mechanics and Behavior

Narr, Katherine

Applied Neurobiological Imaging
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Novitch, Bennett

Regulation of Stem and Progenitor Cell Specification and Differentiation in the Vertebrate Central Nervous System
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Nurmi, Erika

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O'Dell, Thomas

Synaptic and Molecular Mechanisms in Learning and Memory Formation
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Olcese, Riccardo

Molecular Physiology of Ion Channels

Ophoff, Roel

Human Genetic Studies of Neuropsychiatric Traits
Neurogenetics

Papazian, Diane

Voltage Gated K Channels: Functional Mechanisms and Role in Neurodevelopment and Neurodegeneration
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Phelps, Patricia

Neuronal Development - Cell Migration and Axon Outgrowth
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Piri, Natik

Retinal Ganglion Cells and Optic Neuropathies

Poe, Gina

Investigating the mechanisms by which sleep traits serve learning and memory consolidation
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Portera-Cailliau, Carlos

Imaging the Assembly and Plasticity of Cortical Circuits with Two Photon Microscopy
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Pouratian, Nader

Neurosurgical Brain Mapping and Restoration

Prins, Mayumi Lynn

Pediatric Response to Traumatic Brain Injury

Ray, Lara

Genetics of Addiction Etiology and Treatment
Addiction

Ringach, Dario

Visual Neurophysiology and Perception
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Sagasti, Alvaro

Development of Complex Cell Shapes in Zebrafish Touch-Sensing Neurons
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Sampath, Alapakkam

Retinal Physiology and Visual Performance

Schlinger, Barney

Steroid Synthesis and Action in the Vertebrate CNS

Schweizer, Felix

Molecular Mechanisms and Regulation of Synaptic Transmission
Learning and Memory Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Shams, Ladan

Multi-Sensory Integration; Perceptual Learning; Adaptation
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Sicotte, Nancy

Neurodegenerative Disorders
Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Siegel, Jerome

Sleep, Motor Control

Silva, Alcino

Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Learning and Memory
Learning and Memory Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Smith, Desmond

Functional Neurogenomics
Neurogenetics

Sofroniew, Michael

Neural Injury and Repair
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Spigelman, Igor

Neuropharmacology
Addiction Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Sternini, Catia

The “Brain in the Gut” and Taste Receptors
Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Sun, Yi

The Molecular Control of Neural Stem Cell Proliferation and Differentiation
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Suthana, Nanthia

Neuromodulation and Neuroimaging of Human Learning and Memory
Learning and Memory Neuroimaging / Cognitive

Trachtenberg, Joshua

Understanding Cortical Plasticity from Synapses to Circuits
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Vilain, Eric

Genetics of Mammalian Sexual Development
Neurogenetics

Voskuhl, Rhonda

Neuroimmunology, Neuroendocrinology and Neuroprotection
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair

Wang, Danny

Functional MRI; Technical Development and Applications in Neurodevelopment and Cognitive Neuroscience

Waschek, James

Role of Neuropeptides in Brain Development, Nerve Regeneration, Neural Tumors, and Behavior
Learning and Memory Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Wassum, Kate

Behavioral Neuroscience, Learning and Behavior, Addiction
Addiction Learning and Memory

Wayne, Nancy

Mechanisms Regulating Reproductive-Neuron Physiology
Neuroendocrinology and Sex Differences

White, Stephanie

Social Influences on Learning and Memory
Learning and Memory Neuroendocrinology and Sex Differences Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Williams, David

Retinal Cell Biology, Sensory Neuroscience, Neurodegeneration
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Woods, Roger

Structural and Functional Brain Imaging
Neurogenetics

Yang, X. William

Mouse Genetic Approach to Study the Pathogenesis of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Addiction Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics

Yang, Xian-Jie

Development and Diseases of the Vertebrate Neural Retina

Zhang, Ye

Astrocyte development and the roles of astrocytes in neurological and psychiatric disorders
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits

Zipursky, Larry S.

Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Neuronal Circuit Assembly
Neural Development, Degeneration, and Repair Neurogenetics Synapses, Cells, and Circuits