Junichi Hachisuka

Post Doc with Sarah Ross
University of PittsburghNeurobiology Address E1402 BST
Research Description

Understanding neural basis of itch in the spinal cord.

Daniel Hackman

Post Doc with Peter Gianaros Phone: (412) 246-5837
University of PittsburghPsychiatry Address Bellefield Towers, Room 835

Sarah Haigh

Post Doc with Dean Salisbury Phone: (412) 586-9073
University of PittsburghPsychiatry Address Oxford 420
Research Description

Human sensory neuroscience; specifically cortical excitation in sensory cortices to sensory stimuli that can be exacerbated by neurological and psychiatric conditions.

Priyabrata Halder

Post Doc with Rebecca Seal
University of PittsburghNeurobiology Address 6068 BST 3
Research Description

Exploring the circuits and mechanism of allodynia and hyperalgesia at spinal dorsal horn.

Jessica Leigh Hamilton

Post Doc with Peter Franzen
University of PittsburghPsychiatry Address WPIC E-1133
Research Description

Social environment, sleep, and neurobehavioral risk factors for adolescent depression

Lindsay Hanford

Post Doc with Mary Phillips
University of PittsburghPsychiatry Address 205 Loeffler Building
Research Description

Discovering biological markers related to risk for mood disorders using neuroimaging techniques.

Jamie Hanson

Assistant Professor
University of PittsburghPsychology Address 715 LRDC

Jane Hartung

Post Doc with Michael Gold
University of PittsburghNeurobiology Address BST W1402
Research Description

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.

Brant P. Hasler

Assistant Professor Phone: 412-246-6674 Fax: 412-246-5300
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UPMCPsychiatry Address 3811 O’Hara St., E-1121 Website: http://www.psychiatry.pitt.edu/node/8519

Research Topics:  Affective / Clinical, Developmental Processes, Diseases & Disorders

Research Description

Sleep and circadian modulation of affect and motivation

Sam Hawes

Post Doc with Dustin Pardini Phone: (412) 383-5022
University of PittsburghPsychiatry Address Sterling Plaza 404
Research Description

Etiology and development of psychopathy

Jing He

Post Doc with William Stauffer
University of PittsburghSystems Neuroscience Institute Address 4079 BST3
Research Description

Neural mechanism of rewarding and computation.

Stewart Heitmann

Post Doc with Bard Ermentrout Phone: (412) 320-5432
University of PittsburghMathematics Address Thackeray 518
Research Description

Pattern formation in neural systems.

Laurie M. Heller

Associate Teaching Professor Phone: (412) 268-5256 Fax: (412) 268-2798
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Carnegie Mellon UniversityPsychology Address Baker Hall 245P Website: http://www.psy.cmu.edu/people/heller.html

Research Topics:  Sensation & Perception

Research Description

Auditory & multimodal perception and cognition

Leah Helou

Post-Doctoral Associate with Peter Strick Phone: (412) 648-3379
University of PittsburghSystems Neuroscience Institute Address 4079 BST3
Research Description

Using transneuronal retrograde transport of rabies virus to reveal the neural substrate for the control of respiration and vocalization.

James Hengenius

Post Doc with Bard Ermentrout
University of PittsburghMathematics Address Thackeray 301
Research Description

Agent-based and neural modeling of oflactory navigation.

Jay Hennig

Graduate Student with Byron Yu & Steve Chase
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Carnegie Mellon UniversityCNBC Address

Angelica Herrera

Graduate Student with Jennifer Collinger
University of PittsburghBioengineering Address 220 Keystone

Michelle Heusser

Graduate Student with Raj Gandhi
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University of PittsburghBioengineering Address EEI 108

Shirley Hill

Professor Phone: 412-624-3505 Fax: 412-624-3986
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University of PittsburghPsychiatry Secondary Department Psychology (Pitt) Address WPIC 3811 O’Hara Street Website: http://www.psychology.pitt.edu/person/shirley-y-hill

Research Topics:  Affective / Clinical, Characterization of Neural Circuits, Developmental Processes, Diseases & Disorders, Executive Control & Memory

Research Description

Neurobiological and genetic predictors of alcohol dependence are studied in a longitudinal high risk offspring design across childhood, adolescence and young adulthood using multimodal imaging and genetic variation within families who are at ultra high risk for AD contrasting them with offspring from control families.

Elizabeth Hirshorn

Post Doc with Julie Fiez Phone: (412) 624-1538
University of PittsburghPsychology Address LRDC 647
Research Description

Cognitive and neural underpinnings of reading in compensated dyslexics

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