DIBS Faculty Network

Member Spotlight:

Dr. Stephen Lisberger

Stephen Lisberger

We investigate how the brain learns motor skills, and how we use what we see to guide how we move. Our approaches involve studies of eye movements using behavior, neural recordings, and computational analysis. Our work is done on behaving non-human primates. Read More

Cynthia Kuhn

Professor of Pharmacology & Cancer Biology

Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

This laboratory uses a multidisciplinary approach using both animal and model systems to study the biology of addiction and stress/depression We are specifically interested in how adolescence and the hormonal changes of puberty and aging influence vulnerability to these conditions. Read More

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