Erin Calipari

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology · Vanderbilt University

Expert in the neuroscience of mental illness and addiction, including gender differences.

Opioids adaptive processes self-administered drugs Dopamine Addiction and Recovery

Bob Cousins

Eminent Scholar/Director · University of Florida

Bob Cousins’ research focuses on understanding the nutritional significance of zinc and how it acts as a signaling molecule.

Food Science & Human Nutrition Micronutrients Vitamins Zinc

Dr Liz Coulthard

Associate Professor in Dementia Neurology · University of Bristol

Exploring the relationship between sleep, dementia and long-term memory

Memory Alzheimers Cognitive Neurology Dementia Sleep

Camelia Kuhnen

Professor of Finance, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School · UNC-Chapel Hill

Camelia Kuhnen is an expert in neuroeconomics, behavioral finance and corporate finance.

Finance Neuroeconomics Financial Economics Corporate Finance Behavioral Finance

Eric Fortune

Associate Professor · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Eric Fortune specializes in evolutionary biology, specifically the mechanisms and evolution of animal behavior.

Locomotion Birds Biology Neuroscience Evolutionary Biology

Kelly Sullivan

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology · Georgia Southern University

Kelly Sullivan is an expert in epidemiology and neurological diseases

Movement Disorders New Drug Applications Neurological Disorders Environmental Health Sciences Biostatistics

David Vaillancourt

Professor · University of Florida

David Vaillancourt’s studies how the brain regulates voluntary and involuntary movement with a specific focus on motor disorders.

Structural and Functional Imaging in Rodents and Humans Rehabilitative, Surgical and Pharmacological Interventions for Motor Disorders Cortical Oscillations that Underlie Voluntary and Involuntary Movement Neuroscience and the Brain Progression Markers of Parkinson’s Disease

Bryan Roth, Ph.D., M.D.

Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor, Department of Pharmacology · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. Roth and his colleagues are engaged in drug discovery and synthetic biology research

Immunohistochemistry In Vitro Pharmacology Molecular Biology Cell Culture

Daniel Wesson

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Daniel Wesson is an expert in the sense of smell and how the brain processes sensory information.

Addiction Brain Function Electronic Cigarettes Sensory Processing Smell, Learning & Memory

Alexa H. Veenema

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

Alexa Veenema's research focuses on understanding the roles of the neuropeptides vasopressin and oxytocin in regulating social behavior.

sex differences Oxytocin Behavioral Neuroscience Social Behavior vasopressin

Marla Sokolowski

University Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology · University of Toronto

Sokolowski's work is esteemed worldwide as a clear, integrative paragon of the manner in which genes can interact with the environment.

Genetics Molecular Biology Scientific Writing Higher Education Public Speaking

Michal Sela-Amit

Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Dr. Sela-Amit specializes in child, youth and family social work.

Domestic Violence Children, Youth and Family

Hanne M. Hoffmann

Assistant Professor, animal science; Expert in neuroendocrinology · Michigan State University

Dr. Hoffmann’s research program is focused on how light changes your well being, motivation, fertility and pregnancy success.

Light Contamination Impact of Light on Physiology Development Molecular Biology Preterm Labor

Emily Murphy

Associate Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Professor Murphy's research focuses on the intersection of neuroscience, behavioral science, and the law.

Negotiation Civil Procedure Evidence Remedies Brain / Behavioral Science and Law

Renee Miller

Professor, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Instructional Track; Director, Undergraduate Neuroscience Program · University of Rochester

Miller examines sex differences in brains and behaviors. She is author of "Cognitive Bias in Fantasy Sports."

Fantasy Football Fantasy Sports and decision making Neuroscience Cognitive Bias Neurobiology

Michael Yassa

Professor and Chancellor’s Fellow · UC Irvine

Michael Yassa is interested in how learning and memory mechanisms are altered in aging and neuropsychiatric disease.

Neurobiology and Behavior Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Memory and Disease Memory Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Janet Robishaw, Ph.D.

Senior Associate Dean for Research & Chair · Florida Atlantic University

Janet Robishaw is an expert in biochemical mechanisms and the molecular cloning of the newly discovered the heterotrimeric G-proteins.

Heterotrimeric G-proteins Biochemical Mechanisms Chemistry and Biology Molecular Cloning

Dr. Christine Bojanowski

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine; Associate Director, Adult Cystic Fibrosis Program · Tulane University

Dr. Christine Bojanjowski is an expert on pulmonary diseases and critical care medicine.

Adult Cystic Fibrosis Critical Care Medicine Vaping Pulmonary Diseases COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Randy Blakely, Ph.D.

Executive Director, FAU Brain Institute & Professor, Biomedical Science · Florida Atlantic University

Randy Blakely is an expert in molecular neuroscience, focusing on how diseases and drugs impact the function of brain synapses and circuits.

Medications Brain Neuroscience Brain Disease Synapse

Fulton Crews, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor, Department of Pharmacology · University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Dr. Fulton Crews is Director of the Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies and Distinguished Professor at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Neurobiology Brain Alcoholism Neurodegeneration Addiction