Dr. Nathan Fried is a neuroscientist who teaches research-based courses and conducts research on pain and addiction primarily with undergraduates. Each summer, he recruits a cohort of students to help with bite-sized authentic research studies in pain.
Dr. Kwangwon Lee studies circadian rhythms using Neurospora discreta. He has recently published his research in the SAGE journals.
Dr. Nir Yakoby was awarded a grant by NSF for his work, “The Evolution of Posterior Fate.”
The major research focus of my laboratory is on regulatory elements that control gene expression during sea urchin embryo development.
My interests lay in exploring the rules embedded in the functioning nervous system and how the nervous system is built and functions to allow successful behavior.
Dr. Klein joins us from Princeton University, where he was a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Molecular Biology. While at Princeton he studied novel mechanisms of prokaryotic protein subcellular localization and organelle development.