Teresa M. Gunn, Ph.D.
Adjunct Associate Professor, Cell Biology and Neuroscience, Montana State University
Neural plasticity and repair; Neuroendocrinology
My principle research area is the neural response to brain injury, with an emphasis on axonal sprouting in neuroendocrine systems.
Dwight Phillips, Ph.D.
Dr. Phillips retired in July 2004 and continues to work part-time teaching in some courses. Before retirement, his research focused on studies of the effects of alcohol on brain development in an animal model of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome -- with particular emphasis on myelin and glial cell development.
Jim McMillan, Ph.D.
John P. Miller, Ph.D.
My experimental and theoretical studies were focused on an analysis of the "codes" with which nerve cells in sensory systems represent information about external stimuli, the neural mechanisms through which that information is processed within subsequent stages of the nervous system, and the extent to which the nervous system may have become optimized through evolution.
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