CSU Neuroscience faculty conduct research encompassing molecular, cellular, organismal, behavioral, learning/memory, computational and therapeutic approaches.

Research in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience

Memory/Learning, Behavior, and Sensory Perception

These research areas are the focus of faculty within the Department of Psychology. Research topics include:

  • Neuroimaging of brain function
  • Memory/learning in aging
  • Conscious and unconscious processing of visual input
  • Basis for autism
VR Research

Neuroscience faculty in Occupational Therapy and Music, Theater, and Dance study:

Neuroscience faculty in Computer Science explore:

  • Artificial Intelligence including brain-computer interface
  • Computer Vision and Graphics including facial recognition
Brain Research

Research in Cell & Molecular Neuroscience

Departments with faculty in this area include Biomedical Sciences, Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences, and Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology.

  • Ion channel structure and function
  • Molecular basis of neurodegenerative diseases
  • Brain development
  • Signaling pathways in neurons
  • Molecular basis of synaptic function and learning
Cell and Molecular Neuroscience