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Daniel Castro, PhD

Assistant Professor

My laboratory studies the neurobiological mechanisms of affect and motivation. We use a combination of pharmacology, genetics, in vivo calcium imaging, CRISPR-Cas9, and neuroanatomy to identify how select brain circuits generate or modulate affective evaluation. We also develop next-generation technology, particularly related to the use of wireless devices for behavioral neuroscience research.

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Jennifer Gould, MD

Associate Professor

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Kristi Luther

Content Writer/Strategist

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Robert McKinstry, MD, Phd


Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging Methods
MRI of Brain Development
MRI of Brain Injury in Newborns
MRI of Brain Injury in Sickle Cell Disease