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Klingenstein Fellowship Awards in the Neurosciences
KLINGENSTEIN-SIMONS NEUROSCIENCE FELLOWS
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Nicholas Bellono, PhD
Harvard University
"Molecular mechanisms of multisensory integration"
https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/bellonolab/home
Juan Du, PhD
Van Andel Institute
"Regulation mechanism of thermosensitive receptors in nervous system"
https://dulab.vai.org/
Mark Howe, PhD
Boston University
"Subcellular Neuromodulation of Striatum Circuits During Learning and Movement"
https://www.howe-lab.org/
Elias Issa, PhD
Columbia University
"Imaging cortical feedback during visual face recognition and learning"
https://issalab.neuroscience.columbia.edu/people/elias-issa
Hiroyuki Kato, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Regulation of sensory representations by global recurrent circuitry across cortical layers"
https://katolab-unc.org/
Aubrey Kelly, PhD
Emory
"The African Spiny Mouse as a Model for Sociality"
https://www.thekellylab.org/
Mazen Kheirbek, PhD
UCSF
"Encoding and discriminating experiences in the dentate gyrus"
http://kheirbeklab.org/
Erica Korb, PhD
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
"The epigenetic landscape of memory"
https://www.korblab.com/
Lauren L. Orefice, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
"Altered somatosensory processing in autism spectrum disorders: mechanisms and emerging therapeutic approaches"
https://www.oreficelab.org/
Zhaozhu Qiu, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
"Astrocyte swelling as a novel mechanism for neuron-glia communication"
https://www.qiulab.org
Caroline A. Runyan, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
"Communication between networks: Context, inhibition, and neuromodulation"
https://runyanlab.org/
Francois St-Pierre, PhD
Baylor College of Medicine
"Noninvasive deep-tissue all-optical electrophysiology"
https://www.stpierrelab.com/
Shigeki Watanabe, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
"Cellular and molecular basis of short-term plasticity"
http://www.watanabelab-emanias.com/