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Neeraj J. Gandhi

Associate Professor Phone: (412) 647-3076 Fax: (412) 647-0108

Robert Gaunt

Assistant Professor Phone: (412) 383-1426
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University of PittsburghPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation Address 300 Keystone Building, Suite 300

Christopher R. Genovese

Professor and Department Head Phone: 412-268-7836 Fax: (412) 268-782
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Carnegie Mellon UniversityStatistics Address BP 132H Website: http://www.stat.cmu.edu/~genovese/

Research Topics:  Methods Development

Rebecca Gerth

Graduate Student with Carol Colby
University of PittsburghBioengineering

Matthew Getz

Graduate Student with Brent Doiron
University of PittsburghCNUP

Omar Gharbawie

Assistant Professor
University of PittsburghNeurobiology Secondary Department Systems Neuroscience Institute Address BST3 4069

Research Topics:  Characterization of Neural Circuits, Methods Development, Sensation & Perception

Research Description

Neural mechanisms of sensorimotor integration involved in manual dexterity.

Avniel Ghuman

Assistant Professor Phone: (412) 648-0077
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University of PittsburghNeurosurgery Address B400 UPMC Presbyterian Hospital Website: http://www.neurosurgery.pitt.edu/person/avniel-singh-ghuman

Peter J. Gianaros

Professor
http://www.bnl.pitt.edu/
University of PittsburghPsychology Address Old Engineering Hall, Room 627 Website: http://www.bnl.pitt.edu/

Research Topics:  Characterization of Neural Circuits, Diseases & Disorders

Research Description

Neurobiology of stress-related disease risk and socioeconomic health disparities

Peter Gilgunn

Post-Doc with Gary Fedder Phone: (412) 268-4404
Carnegie Mellon UniversityInstitute for Complex Engineered Systems Address Hamerschlag Hall 1205
Research Description

Design and fabrication of compliant neural probes for CNS and PNS recording and stimulation.

Kathryn Gill

Post Doc with Anthony Grace Phone: (412) 624-7332
University of PittsburghNeuroscience Address A210 Langley Hall
Research Description

Using electrophysiology to examine the neural system disturbances underlying psychiatric disorders, like schizophrenia

Mary Gilliam

Graduate Student with Daniel Shaw
University of PittsburghPsychology

Annie Ginty

Post Doc with Peter Gianaros
University of PittsburghPsychology Address Old Engineering Hall 416C
Research Description

Individual differences in biological responses to acute psychological stress and the health and behavioral outcomes associated with these reactions.

Sandrine Girard

Graduate Student with Erik Thiessen
Carnegie Mellon UniversityPsychology Address Baker Hall 455E

Aryn Gittis

Assistant Professor Phone: 412- 268-7229
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Carnegie Mellon UniversityBiological Sciences Secondary Department CNBC Address MI 173 Website: http://www.bio.cmu.edu/labs/gittis/

Research Topics:  Characterization of Neural Circuits, Diseases & Disorders, Learning & Memory, Molecular, Cellular & Synaptic Processes, Motor Control

Research Description

Neural circuits in the basal ganglia involved in motor control and disease

Nathan G. Glasgow

Post Doc with Nathan Urban Phone: (412) 383-8034
University of PittsburghNeurobiology Address BST E1409
Research Description

Mechanisms of biophysical diversity in the olfactory bulb.

Asiyeh Golbachi

Post Doc with Tracy Cui
University of PittsburghBioengineering
Research Description

Improving the longevity and stability of neural implants through bio-material strategies.

Matthew Golub

Post Doc with Byron Yu & Steve Chase
Carnegie Mellon UniversityElectrical and Computer Engineering Address Hamerschlag Hall B200
Research Description

Computational motor control and motor learning

Felipe Gomes

Post Doc with Anthony Grace
University of PittsburghNeuroscience Address Langley A210
Research Description

Evaluating risk factors (such as stress and cannabinoid exposure during adolescence) for schizophrenia development

Chaitanya Gopinath

Post Doc with Robert Gaunt Phone: (412) 648-6654
University of PittsburghPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation Address Keystone 300
Research Description

Microstimulation and neuroprosthesis for urinary bladder dysfunction.

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