Noah Hochberg

Neuroscience Student, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI
Curator, Neuroscience Knowledge Network
Research Investigator, NeuroLawrence Club at Lawrence University

I am an undergraduate student majoring in neuroscience.  I discovered neuroscience in a freshman psychology course, and after completing a course entitled brain and behavior during sophomore year, I declared my major.  Currently, my interests in neuroscience include the eye and the ocular system, addiction and the opioid epidemic, neural recording and mapping, neuroanatomy and physiology, psychopharmacology, pain, movement, neurodegenerative disorders, mental health, etc.  The more I delve into my major, the more I will narrow down my interests.  I am working towards a position in graduate school after Lawrence to obtain either a masters or doctorate in neuroscience.

Michele Ferrante

Postdoctoral Scientist, Boston University
PhD in Neuroscience from George Mason University

Michele's research focus is on Whole-cell Electrophysiology, Biotechnology, Optogenetics, Neuropharmacology, and Computational Models. Michele employs Electrophysiology in brain slices - patch clamp and neuropharmacology.
implements biophysically realistic models of neurons.

Paras Kaul

Brainwave Specialist, Web Designer, and Hub Curator

Paras explores applications that utilize brain wave analysis, multimedia, and neurofeedback for interactive gaming to train the brain for learning and rehabilitation. Paras is testing how tuning the mind for the brain to emit low frequencies with coherence between the right and left hemispheres of the brain can stimulate wellness in the physical body.

Paras has been managing web projects for over 15 years including 10 years as Director of Web Communications at George Mason University

Brian B. Doyle

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Family Community Medicine, Georgetown University Medical School
Private practice, Washington, D.C

Dr. Doyle has extensively published articles on Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD. He is the co-author of The Impaired Physician and the author of Understanding and Treating Adults with ADHD. Dr. Doyle has been honored as one of the Best Doctors in America from 1997 to present and honored by the American College of Psychiatrists. He has also been a past President of the National Association of Medical Communicators.

Katie Yang, PhD candidate, Wisconsin

Katie Yang, a doctoral candidate in neuroscience at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, has received a prestigious Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).

Katie's research focus is on the peripheral mechanisms of vocal and swallowing deficits in a rat model of Parkinson Disease. Katie is a member of the lab of Dr. Michelle Ciucci, assistant professor of surgery, and is one of two UW-Madison graduate students to earn the fellowship.

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