Human sensory neuroscience; specifically cortical excitation in sensory cortices to sensory stimuli that can be exacerbated by neurological and psychiatric conditions.
Discovering biological markers related to risk for mood disorders using neuroimaging techniques.
Understanding the contributions of adrenergic receptor activation and the immune system in the sensitization of dural peripheral afferents, those sensory neurons thought to contribute to the pain associated with migraine.
Electrophysiological source imaging, brain-computer interface, neuromodulation, inverse problem, functional neuroimaging, tissue electrical property imaging
Using transneuronal retrograde transport of rabies virus to reveal the neural substrate for the control of respiration and vocalization.