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Neuroscience

Itzhak Mano, Ph.D.

Assistant Medical Professor 

Assistant Medical Professor Itzhak Mano conducts research on the effects of neurotransmitters like Glutamine on neurodegenerative conditions like stroke, ALS, and Lou Gehrig's disease. 

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Junghoon John Kim, Ph.D.

Assistant Medical Professor 

Dr. Kim is the Director of the Clinical Neuroimaging Lab at the CUNY School of Medicine, and uses state-of-the-art neuropsychological methods to investigate issues in traumatic brain injury.
 
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John H. Martin, Ph.D.             

Medical Professor 
 
Dr. Martin conducts research on the connections between the cerebral cortex and spinal cord that control movements and the mechanisms by which these connections are established during development.

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Eitan Friedman, Ph.D.                                                         

Medical Professor / Chair 

Dr. Friedman has conducted research on areas of Neuroscience such as signal transduction in excitable tissues and their function in mood stabilzers for bipolar disease. 

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Andreas Kottmann, Ph.D. 

Associate Medical Professor 

Dr. Kottmann's research aims to understand the regulation of competitive processes that on one side lead to the structural and functional stability of the central nervous system throughout life.

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M. Felice Ghilardi, M.D.                                                       

Medical Professor 

Dr. Ghilardi is a Neuroscience Professor who specializes in the study of motor control and learning, neural plasticity, as well as Parkinson's disease and basal ganglia disorders.

 
 
Kaliris Salas-Ramirez, Ph.D.
 
Assistant Medical Professor 
 
Dr. Salas-Ramirez's research interests are to understand how drug abuse impacts the brain at different times of development, with particular focus on how anabolic steroids affect the adolescent brain. 
 
 
 
Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D. 
 
Medical Professor 
 
Dr. Broderick's research led to the development of the BRODERICK PROBE® biosensors, allowing the study of dynamic changes in neurotransmitters invivo and in real time.
 
 
 
Ashiwel Undieh, Ph. D. 
 
Associate Provost for Reasearch 
 
Dr. Undieh's research focuses on epigenetic regulation of dopamine neurotransmission and dopaminergic modulation of epigenetic programs in models of addiction, depression, and neurodevelopment.
 
 
 
Hoau-Yan Wang
 
Associate Medical Professor  
 
Dr. Wang specializes in areas of Neuropharmacology, Neuroscience in neurodegenerative disorders and psychiatric illnesses.