Summary: Neuroscience at Northeastern University May, 2006
Northeastern University has one of the largest populations of faculty neuroscientists in the Boston area,
with 50 full-time faculty members from 15 departments and centers, distributed across 4 colleges. Below is an
Carmen G. Armengol (Counseling and Applied Educational Psychology, 373-5917) recovery from traumatic
Joseph Ayers (Biology and Marine Science Center, 781-581-7370, x309) systems neurophysiology,
neuroethology, biomimetic robots, neurorehabilitation.
Norman R. Boisse (Pharmaceutical Sciences, 373-4182) psychopharmacology of benzodiazepines.
Dana H. Brooks (Electrical and Computer Engineering, 373-3352) signal processing and functional imaging.
Margaret Christensen (Nursing, 373-3623) Substance abuse and weight gain during substance abuse
Frederick C. Davis (Biology, 373-4039) vertebrate circadian rhythms.
Richard C. Deth (Pharmaceutical Sciences, 373-4064) Catecholamine receptors and psychiatric disease.
Charles A. DiMarzio (Electrical and Computer Engineering, 373-2034), optical imaging.
Mehmet R. Dokmeci (Electrical and Computer Engineering, 373-2751) MEMS, microscaffolds, microreactors
for culturing of neurons.
Michael Epstein (Speech Language Pathology Audiology, 373-5424) auditory physiology and
Rhea T. Eskew (Psychology, 373-3863) visual psychophysics and perception.