Physiological Systems Faculty
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Ricardo Araneda, Associate Professor, Department of Biology. Director, PSYS Concentration Area, BISI Graduate Program. Sensory neuroscience, olfaction, neurogenesis, inhibition.
Daniel Butts, Associate Professor, Department of Biology. Computational, neuroscience, vision, audition, perception.
Marco Colombini, Professor, Department of Biology. Membrane channels, voltage dependence, membrane biophysics.
Dan Dwyer, Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics. Synthetic biology, systems biology, antibiotics, microbiology, cell death.
Quentin Gaudry, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology. Systems neuroscience, neuromodulation, olfaction, behavior
Adam Hsieh, Associate Professor, Fischell Department of Bioengineering. Musculoskeletal connective tissue, stem cells, spine, intervertebral disc.
Scott Juntii, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology (starting July 2017). Social behavior, Neural circuits Gene regulation, Nuclear hormone receptors, Automated behavior analysis
Chi Hon Lee, Investigator, National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development, Neural Circuit, Vision, Neurodevelopment, Drosophila, dendrite
Arthur Popper, Professor Emeritus, Department of Biology. Fish, hearing, noise, behavior, bioacoustics.
**Currently not taking new students**
Sougata Roy, Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics. Paracrine signaling, FGF, FGFR, Drosophila, Morphogenesis.
Jonathan Simon, Professor, Department of Biology; joint appointment with Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Institute for Systems Research. Neural processing, auditory computation, neurophysiology.