Physiology and Neuroscience

Dawn M. Blitz | neural circuits underlying rhythmic behaviors; cellular and synaptic mechanisms of plasticity; neuromodulation; electrophysiology; confocal microscopy |

Mark Charlton-Perkins | glial-neuron interactions; glial-derived support functions in the nervous system; glial diseases including neurodegeneration; tumour formation in the nervous system including peripheral neurofibroma and central glioma |

Katia Del Rio-Tsonis | tissue regeneration; engineering and stem cell biology; developmental biology of animal models; retina and lens development and regeneration |

Richard E. Edelmann | advanced microscopy; electron microscopy; delevopmental cellular ultrastructure; and mycology |

Joyce J. Fernandes | neuromuscular development; remodeling of motor circuits; glial ensheathment of peripheral nerves |

Paul A. Harding | ADAM12S; brown adipose tissue; HB-EGF; white adipose tissue; cellular reprogramming |

Tracy Haynes | cell signaling involved in eye regeneration |

Kathleen A. Killian | neurobiology; factors regulating adult neurogenesis; insect innate immunity and agonistic behavior |

Paul F. James | molecular physiology of membrane transporters; molecular genetics of sperm physiology; male reproductive biology; epigenetics; engineered modification of the genome; tissue engineering of bone and cartilage |

Joey Ransdell | regulation of membrane excitability in neurons, neural circuit physiology in the cerebellum, ion channels; electrophysiology |

Michael L. Robinson | developmental genetics; eye development; differentiation; mouse genetics; embryonic stem cells; transgenic animals; epigenetics |

Paul J. Schaeffer | comparative physiology; energetics; locomotion |

Haifei Shi | metabolic contribution of adipose tissue to energy balance and glucose homeostasis; sexual dimorphism in regulation of energy balance |