Takes an integrative approach to studying the neural control of behavior, with an emphasis in many cases on the hormonal regulation of both the structure and function of the brain and spinal cord.
• We use diverse model systems (including reptiles, birds and mammals) and multiple levels of analysis (molecular, anatomical, biochemical/physiological and behavioral).
• Our multidisciplinary approach is facilitated by close contacts in the Department of Zoology and the university’s Neuroscience Program.
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