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Frances Champagne

Professor and Associate Chair for Faculty and Student Affairs

fchampagne@utexas.edu |
(512) 232-3401 |
SEA 3.230

Education: Ph.D., McGill University

Interests: Gene-environment interplay, developmental trajectories, epigenetic inheritance, social neuroscience

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David Crews

Ashbel Smith Professor

crews@mail.utexas.edu |
(512) 471-1113 |
PAT 30

Education: Ph.D., Rutgers University

Interests: Physiology of behavior, sexual differentiation, and sex determination

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James Curley

Associate Professor

curley@utexas.edu |
SEA 5.248

Education: Ph.D., University of Cambridge

Interests: Social Dynamics, Social Neuroscience, Social Networks, R Programming

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Yvon Delville

Professor

delville@psy.utexas.edu |
(512) 232-5731 |
SEA 5.234

Education: Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Interests: Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Neuroanatomy, Neuropharmacology, Neurotoxicology, and Neuronal Plasticity

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Juan M Dominguez

Associate Professor

dominguez@utexas.edu |
(512) 232-8050 |
SEA 5.252

Education: Ph.D., The State University of New York at Buffalo

Interests: The neural-endocrine regulation of motivated behaviors and associated disorders like addiction; using mating behavior as a prototypic model to better understand motivation and associated disorders, especially the neuroendocrinological factors that regulate depression and addiction; the neuroendocrine underpinnings of gender differences in response to drugs of abuse

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Michael P Domjan

Professor

domjan@austin.utexas.edu |
(512) 471-7702 |
SEA 4.232

Education: Ph.D., McMaster University

Interests: Basic behavioral mechanisms of learning, Pavlovian conditioning, evolutionary constraints on learning, and learning and other psychological processes in music

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Andrew Gaudet

Assistant Professor

andrew.gaudet@utexas.edu |
512-471-0189 |
SEA 5.230

Education: Ph.D., University of British Columbia

Interests: Neuroinflammation; biological clocks; axon plasticity; behavior; spinal cord injury

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Francisco Gonzalez-Lima

George I. Sanchez Centennial Professorship

gonzalezlima@utexas.edu |
(512) 475-8497 |
SEA 3.236

Education: Ph.D., University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine

Interests: Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychobiology, Learning and Memory, Functional Neuroimaging, Brain Stimulation. PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS: I would like to recruit a new Ph.D. student interested in neurocognitive enhancement and mental health.

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Andrea Gore

Gustavus & Louise Pfeiffer Professor of Pharm./Tox.

andrea.gore@mail.utexas.edu |
512-471-3669 |
BME 3.510B

Education: Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Theresa A Jones

Professor

tj@austin.utexas.edu |
(512) 232-1814 |
SEA 6.106

Education: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Interests: Neural plasticity across the lifespan, motor skill learning, mechanisms of brain and behavioral adaptation to brain damage, and glial-neuronal interactions

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Hongjoo (Joanne) Lee

Associate Professor

leehj@austin.utexas.edu |
(512) 232-8055 |
SEA 4.222

Education: Ph.D., Yale University

Interests: Roles of amygdala-dopamine systems in learning and memory

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Marie H Monfils

Associate Professor and Associate Chair for Research and Operations

marie.monfils@gmail.com |
(512) 471-4139 |
SEA 6.104

Education: Ph.D., University of Lethbridge

Interests: Fear conditioning, learning, memory, consolidation, extinction, reconsolidation, synaptic plasticity, and long-term potentiation

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Linda Noble

Professor

linda.noble@austin.utexas.edu |
(512) 495-5250 |
SEA 5.226

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Interests: Immune-based mechanisms as determinants of long-term recovery after pediatric brain and spinal cord injuries and environmental factors that shape the recovery processes.

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Timothy J Schallert

Distinguished Teaching Professor

Education: Ph.D., Arizona State University

Interests: Psychopharmacology, physiological basis of motivated behavior, animal behavior, recovery function after brain damage, experimental neurology, and neurochemistry and behavior


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    SEA 4.208
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