Faculty

Martin Usrey, Ph.D.

  • Professor
  • Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
  • Center for Neuroscience
Single-neuron transcriptome classification of primate visual pathways

Kimberley McAllister, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor
  • Department of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
  • Center for Neuroscience
The functional synaptome: a novel screen for molecular signatures of functional synaptic state to bridge connectomics and large-scale recordings in mapping the brain

Johannes Hell, Ph.D.

  • Professor
  • Department of Pharmacology
Detection of endogenous PSD-95, α-actinin and other proteins and their interactions in live cells by fluorescent peptides

Paul J. Hagerman, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Professor, Director, NeuroTherapeutics Research Institute (NTRI)
  • Biological Chemistry and Molecular Medicine
CLARITY and STED shed light on neurodegenerative disorders

William DeBello, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor
  • Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
  • Center for Neuroscience
Neurorealistic simulation of learned behavior

Karen Zito, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor
  • Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
  • Center for Neuroscience
Analyzing Functional Plasticity with Synaptic Resolution Using a Novel Genetically Encoded Sensor

Peter Yellowlees, M.D.

  • Professor
  • Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Telepsychiatry Services Across Languages: Development and Testing of an Automated Translation and Transcription Tool Using Speech Recognition Technologies

Glen Xiong, M.D.

  • Health Sciences Associate Clinical Professor
  • Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
A Pilot Study Examining Use of Asynchronic and Synchronous Telepsychiatry Consultation for Skilled Nursing Facility Residents

Ben Waldau, M.D.

  • Assistant Professor
  • Neurological Surgery
Transplantation of Induced Pluripotent Stem and Neural Progenitor Cells derived from a UC Davis Patient with Mental Illness into a Mouse Model of Endogenously Deficient Dentate neurogenesis

Laura M. Tully, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor
  • Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Neural Dysfunctions during Cognitive Control of Emotion and the relationship to Social Impairments in Psychosis