Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neuroscience
H. Elliott Albers (joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute and Biology). Neuroendocrinology and behavior, circadian rhythms. Tulane University, 1979, Regents professor.
Tim Bartness (joint appointment; Biology). Neural and hormonal control of body weight and food intake, photoperiodism, obesity. University of Florida, 1981, professor.
Marsha G. Clarkson (DEV). Perceptual development in infants and children, psychoacoustics, auditory processing in children with reading disabilities, developmental psychobiology. University of Florida, 1979, associate professor.
Bradley M. Cooke (joint appointment; Neuroscience Institute). Sexual differentiation of the limbic system. Hormone- and experience-dependent neural plasticity. Patch-clamp electrophysiology. Electron microscopy. Behavioral neuroendocrinology. University of California, Berkeley, 2001, assistant professor.
Kim Huhman (joint appointment; Neuroscience Institute). Neurobiology of stress and behavioral responses to stress; anxiety and depression; neuroendocrinology and behavior, circadian rhythms. University of Georgia, 1988, professor.
Tricia Z. King (CLN; joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, acquired brain injury, and emotion. University of Florida, 2000, associate professor.
Robert D. Latzman (CLN). (Dis)inhibitory and regulatory processes; Developmental psychopathology; Temperament/personality; Executive functioning; Externalizing behaviors. University of Iowa, 2009, assistant professor.
Robin D. Morris (CLN). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, developmental and attention related disabilities, acquired brain injury, childhood psychopathology, reading and reading disabilities. Joint appointment, Educational Psychology and Special Education. University of Florida, 1982, professor.
Marise B. Parent (joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Neural mechanisms of learning and memory, behavioral pharmacology. University of California, Irvine, 1993, associate professor.
Aras Petrulis (joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute; associate chair). Neurobiology of social behavior and recognition. Chemosensory regulation of behavior. Behavioral neuroendocrinology. Cornell University, 1998, associate professor.
Diana L. Robins (CLN, chair; joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, autism and pervasive developmental disorders, fMRI and psychophysiological studies of emotion processing. University of Connecticut, 2002, associate professor.
Erin Tone (CLN; joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Developmental and clinical neuropsychology, mood and anxiety disorders across the lifespan, gender, emotion processing (fMRI and behavioral studies). Emory University, 2001, associate professor.
Walter Wilczynski (joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Neural basis of natural behavior; neural systems underlying animal communication and reproductive behavior, and interaction of the sensory and hormonal systems that mediate these behaviors. University of Michigan, 1978, professor.
Sarah F. Brosnan (CGS; joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Economic decision making behavior in primates; social cognition; evolution of behavior; inequity responses; cooperation; social comparison; ‘irrational’ behaviors. Emory University, 2004, assistant professor.
Kyle Frantz (Neuroscience Institute). Neurobehavioral effects of exposure to drugs of abuse during postnatal development; science outreach and education. University of Florida, 1998, assistant professor.
Gwen Frishkoff (CGS; joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Cognitive neuroscience, Multimodal imaging (ERP/MEG/fMRI), Brain basis of language and cognition. University of Oregon, 2004. assistant professor.
Matthew Grober (Neuroscience Institute). Neuroendocrinology development and evolution of vertebrate sexual plasticity. UCLA, 1988, associate professor.
Jacqueline Laures-Gore (joint appointment, NI; Communication Disorders Program). Adult neurogenic communication disorders, specifically aphasia and motor speech disorders; stress and language performance in individuals with aphasia and intelligibility in individuals with motor speech disorders, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2001, associate professor.
Anne Z. Murphy (Neuroscience Institute). Sexual behavior and sex differences in opioid sensitivity. University of Cincinnati, 1992, associate professor.
Sarah Pallas (Neuroscience Institute). Neurophysiology/developmental plasticity and functional anatomy of visual and auditory pathways. Cornell University, 1987, professor.
David A. Washburn (CGS; joint appointment, Neuroscience Institute). Comparative cognition, attention and executive function, individual differences in training and decision-making, 1991, professor.