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|Last Name||First Name||Degree||Research|
|Appleby||Brian||MD||Director of the Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Program; study and treatment of patients with human prion diseases|
|Blakeley||Jaishri||MD||Diagnosis and management of primary brain tumors in adults; development of techniques to assess and maximize drug delivery to brain tumors|
|Boatman||Dana||PhD||Cortical mapping and modeling studies in neurosurgery patients and cortical auditory function in children with epilepsy and autism|
|Brown||Amanda||PhD||HIV-human macrophage host pathogen interaction and genetic associations with HIV neurocognitive disorder|
|Farah||Mohamed||PhD||The role of BACE1 inhibition in the clearance of debris and axonal regeneration in injured peripheral nerve|
|Gama||Lucio||MS||Innate immune aspects of SIV infection, especially the role of some pattern recognition receptors|
|Gamaldo||Charlene||MD||Sleep medicine, specifically investigating the co-morbid health consequences of chronic sleep deprivation|
|Gipson||Tanjala||MD||Tuberous sclerosis in children with Autism|
|Grados||Marcos||MD, MPH||Genetic epidemiology of neurodevelopmental disorders, with a focus on obsessive-compulsive disorder and Tourette syndrome.|
|Hall||Scott||PhD||Complex genetics of addictions and related phenotypes|
|Hartman||Adam||MD, PhD||Mechanisms by which the ketogenic diet improves symptoms of patients with epilepsy|
|Haughey||Norman||PhD||Signal transduction pathways that are associated with neurodegenerative processes|
|Johnston||Michael||MD, PhD||Brain injury in infants and children|
|Kadam||Shilpa||PhD||The study of epileptogenesis|
|Kahng||SungWoo||PhD||Behavioral assessment of severe problem behaviors|
|Lal||Bachchu||PhD||Growth detection and malignancy of brain tumors|
|Landenheim||Ellen||PhD||The role of the mammalianbombesin-like peptides in the control of food intake and energy balance|
|Lesser||Ronald||MD||Diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy and evaluation of central nervous system function; Development of new forms of treatment for patients with intractable epileptic seizures|
|Levy||Michael||MD, PhD||Pathogenesis of neuromyelitis optical (NMO) using a combination of biochemistry, tissue culture, and animal models. He also serves as Director of the NMO Clinic|
|Maragakis||Nicholas||MD||Role of astrocytes in causing and propagating neurological diseases, such as ALS; Use and transplantation of astrocyte stem cells into animal models of diseases to establish their potential to treat patients with neurologic disease|
|Margolis||Russell||MD||A major emphasis is determining the etiology and pathogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders affecting the cerebellum and basal ganglia, and describing the psychiatric aspects of such disorders; genetic risk factors for bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and autism|
|Mari||Zoltan||MD||Neurophysiology of and motor control in dystonia, with particular interest in basal ganglia pathophysiology|
|McArthur||Julie||RN||Specializes in treatment and management of patients with HIV infection|
|McArthur||Justin||MBBS, MPH||Natural history, development and treatment of HIV infection, multiple sclerosis and other neurological infections and immune-mediated neurological disorders and the study sensory neuropathies, including those associated with chemotherapy, HIV and diabetes|
|Moghekar||Abhay||MD||Clinical work focuses on dementia of all types with a special interest in adult hydrocephalus; Affects of age on nerve cells processing of beta-amyloid a protein thought to be critical to the development of Alzheimer’s disease|
|Naidu||SakkuBai||MD||Developmental and neurogenetic disorders affecting children and adults|
|Nyquist||Paul||MD||Identification of genetic risk factors for stroke and biomarkers and genetic risks for patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage|
|Onyike||Chiadi||MD||Cognitive and neuropsychiatric features of Frontotemporal dementia (FTD)|
|Pardo||Carlos||MD||Neuroimmunological and infectious disorders of the nervous system, particularly multiple sclerosis, transverse myelitis, neurosarcoidosis and neurological complications of autoimmune disorders|
|Pletnikov||Mikhail||MD, PhD||Molecular and cellular mechanisms of abnormal brain development with relevance to neurodevelopmental psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and autism|
|Rao||Vani||MD||Risk factors for depression and disability after traumatic brain injury|
|Salas||Rachel||MD||Mechanisms of sleep, neuroplasticity, motor learning environmental sleep disorder and impact on patient outcomes|
|Sawa||Akira||PhD||The pathogenesis of neuropsychiatric illness including schizophrenia and neurodegenerative disorders|
|Schubert||Michael||PhD||Control adaptation of vestibular reflexes and compensatory mechanisms recruited for gaze stability|
|Smith-Hicks||Constance||MD, PhD||Neural networks in Down’s Syndrome and Fragile X|
|Solomon||David||MD, PhD||Adult hydrocephalus, vestibular and balance disorders|
|Steiner||Joseph||PhD||Drug development for Neuro AIDS|
|Stins||Monique||PhD||The role of the blood-brain-barrier in neurological infections|
|Sumner||Charlotte||MD||Molecular pathogenesis of different forms of spinal muscular atrophy with particular attention to therapeutics development for these disorders|
|Treisman||Glenn||MD||Treatment of psychiatric disorders in HIV infected patients|
|Uhl||George||MD, PhD||Complex genetics of addictions and related phenotypes|
|Zackowski||Kathy||PhD, OTR||Motor control problems as a result of neurodegenerative disease processes such as multiple sclerosis and adrenomyeloneuropathy|
|Ziai||Wendy||MD||Management of critically ill patients with neurologic diseases with special interest in several types of brain hemorrhages|
|Zink||Mary Christine||PhD, DVM||SIV/rhesus macaque model to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of HIV neuropathogenesis|
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