DIBS Faculty Network

Member Spotlight:

Dr. J. Nadler

J. Victor Nadler

Professor of Pharmacology & Cancer Biology

Professor of Neurobiology

Research in this laboratory focuses primarily on mechanisms of epileptogenesis, that is, the process by which normal brain tissue becomes prone to seizures. Additional studies concern the mechanisms of excitatory synaptic transmission in the mammalian brain. Read More

Anne Yoder

Professor of Biology

Assistant Professor of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy

My work integrates field inventory activities with molecular phylogenetic techniques and geospatial analysis to investigate Madagascar, an area of the world that is biologically complex, poorly understood, and urgently threatened. Read More

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