Graduate Training in Neuroscience
University of Washington
Professor, Department of Biology; Adjunct, Department of Bioengineering
Neurons and neuronal networks decide, remember, modulate, and control an animal's every sensation, thought, movement, and act. The intimate details of this network, including the dynamical properties of individual and populations of neurons, give a nervous system the power to control a wide array of behavioral functions. We want to know more about neuronal dynamics and networks; about synaptic interactions between neurons; about how neuronal signaling and behavior and control and environmental stimuli are inextricably linked.