Dr. Styner is one of the leading experts in medical image computing with specific expertise in anatomical structure and tissue segmentation, structural brain morphometry, deformable registration, atlas building and diffusion MRI analysis.
Subhojit Roy’s broad interest is to explore movement within cells, specifically within neurons – mechanisms that convey, deposit and retain cargoes in axons, dendrites and synapses.
Rebecca Landa is a speech-language pathologist. She has practiced in the public schools, university clinics and hospital settings.
Donald J. Zack, MD, PhD, is the Guerrieri Professor of Genetic Engineering and Molecular Ophthalmology and co-director of the Center for Stem Cells and Ocular Regenerative Medicine (STORM) at the Wilmer Eye Institute.
Jacques Galipeau has initiated and developed an NIH-funded research program in the study and use of mesenchymal stromal cells as an immunotherapy of catastrophic illnesses including cancer and immune disease.
The research in my lab focuses on identifying the mechanisms that stem cells use to create the asymmetric segregation of cargoes, to identify what other components are segregated, and to use this knowledge to improve stem cell aging.
Professor Kinzler’s research investigates the development of social cognition, with particular emphasis on exploring infants’ and children’s attention to the language and accent with which others speak as a marker of group membership.
Research in the Contractor laboratory is directed towards understanding the functional role of neurotransmitter receptors, particularly glutamate receptors, in mediating and modulating synaptic transmission and plasticity.
Julie Lounds Taylor, PhD – Vanderbilt University Medical Center About the Speaker: Julie Lounds Taylor, PhD, is an assistant professor of Pediatrics at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Her research focuses on understanding the factors that …
Brian A. Boyd, PhD – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill From the speaker’s own personal statement: I joined the OS faculty in August 2009. Prior to my appointment in OS, I worked at …