Jonathan Demb, Yale University

Jonathan Demb is Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Science and of Cellular and Molecular Physiology at Yale University. His laboratory is trying to understand how information is processed by the central nervous system (CNS) at the level of specific cell types and circuits using mammalian retina as a model system.

José L. Peña, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

José L. Peña is Associate Professor of Neuroscience at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. His laboratory is working on neural coding and computational principles underlying hearing.

J. Anthony Movshon, New York University

J. Anthony Movshon is a Silver Professor at New York University and the Director of Center for Neural Science at NYU. His laboratory (jointly directed by himself and Lynne Kiorpes) is studying the development and function of mammalian visual system using a variety of approaches.

Frederick Sachs, Buffalo University

Frederick Sachs is a Distinguished Professor of Biophysics at University of Buffalo, SUNY. His laboratory is working on cell mechanics and mechanisms by which mechanical forces are transduced into cellular signals.

Ofer Tchernichovski, Hunter College

Ofer Tchernichovski is a Professor at Hunter College Department of Psychology (CUNY). His lab studies the animal behavior and dynamics of vocal learning and sound production across different brain levels. The lab aims to uncover the specific physiological and molecular (gene expression) brain processes that underlie song learning.

Glenn Turner, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Glenn Turner is Associate Professor at CSHL. His lab is using olfaction in Drosophila as a model to understand how neuronal plasticity alters cellular and population level stimulus representations to link together information from different sensory modalities.

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