Teaching Faculty

In addition to the 23 mentors, 19 others have agreed to serve as teaching faculty.  Drawing expertise from additional departments within the Schools of Health Professionals and Medicine, the teaching faculty will participate in the core curricula of the two graduate programs, as well as in Training Program-specific courses.

Name/Degree(s)
Rank/Other T32 Role
Primary (& Secondary) Appointment(s)
Research Interest
Chertoff, Mark , Ph.D. Associate Professor

School of Health Professionals, Hearing and Speech

Auditory nerve degeneration
Enna, S. J., Ph.D.

Associate Dean/Co-chair IAC Neuro Director

School of Medicine, Molecular and Integrative Physiology (Pharmacology, Toxicology & Therapeutics) Neuropharmacology, neurochemistry
Fey, Marc E., Ph.D. Professor School of Health Professionals, Hearing and Speech Language and autism
Frost, Shawn, PhD Research Assistant Professor School of Medicine, Molecular and Integrative Physiology Physiological and anatomical plasticity after stroke; animal models of white matter infarct
Lee, Sang-Pil Phil, Ph.D. Assistant Professor School of Medicine, Molecular and Integrative Physiology (Hoglund Brain Imaging Center) Neuroimaging and brain metabolism
LeVine, Steven M., Ph.D Professor School of Medicine, Molecular and Integrative Physiology Oligodendrocyte and myelin pathophysiology in animal models of these diseases
Mayo, Matthew, PhD Professor School of Medicine, Department of Biostatistics and Advanced Informatics Biostatistics, epidemiology
Mahnken, Jonathan, PhD Assistant Professor School of Medicine, Department of Biostatistics and Advanced Informatics Biostatistics
McCarson, Kenneth E., Ph.D. Associate Professor School of Medicine, Pharmacology, Toxicology & Therapeutics Neuropharmacology, neurophysiology
Radel, Jeffrey D., Ph.D. Associate Professor School of Health Professionals, Occupational Therapy Education Developmental neuroscience, neuronal plasticity, anatomy and function of the visual system
Werle, Michael , Ph.D. Associate Professor/Member IAC School of Medicine, Anatomy and Cell Biology Cellular and molecular mechanism that control synapse formation, stabilization, elimination and remodeling

IAC = Internal Advisory Committee

Last modified: Aug 18, 2014
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