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Carlos Camacho PhD
Associate Professor

Computational drug discovery

Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis PhD
Associate Professor

In the Carvunis lab, we study the molecular mechanisms of change and innovation in evolution.   

Jane Cauley DrPH

Osteoporosis treatment and the consequences of osteoporosis in both men and women.          

Stephen Chan MD, PhD

Basic science and translational research studying the molecular mechanisms of pulmonary vascular disease and pulmonary hypertension           

Claire Cheetham, PhD
Assistant Professor

Our lab wants to understand how neurons wire together to form the intricate yet adaptable neural circuits that support complex brain functions. We are particularly interested in how newborn neurons form synaptic connections, and how this determines whether a neuron will survive. To answer these questions, we use in vivo 2-photon microscopy to track the structure and function of individual neurons and synapses over time in the living brain, as well as molecular genetic tools, electrophysiology, optogenetics, and behavior.

Charleen Chu MD, PhD

Redox signaling & autophagy in neuroprotection and neurodegeneration; mitochondrial phosphoproteomics; genetic & toxin models of Parkinson's disease   

Marlene Cohen PhD
Assistant Professor

My group studies the way visual information is encoded in groups of neurons and used to guide behavior.     

Keith Cook PhD

Artificial lungs; hemodynamics, pulmonary drug delivery; liquid ventilation; right ventricular function, critical care medicine           

Marc Coutanche, PhD
Marc Coutanche PhD
Associate Professor

My group studies human memory and perception with neuroimaging, cognitive studies, and advanced analysis methods. We seek to understand how the human brain learns, remembers, and ultimately creates knowledge.