Department of Neuroscience and Behavior

Barnard College

3009 Broadway

416A Milbank Hall

NYC, NY 10027

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OPEN POSITIONS

Summer 2020 - SRI Research Opportunities in Neuroscience Labs in NYC:

Mark Ansorge

Assistant Professor

The Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology

Columbia University College of Pysicians and Surgeons

Research topic: how serotonin signaling in development affects adult behavior and cognition in mice. More information can be found here

Note: Several positions are available for Barnard students through SRI-Neuroscience

ma2362@columbia.edu

Guillermo  Horga

Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

Columbia University Department of Psychiatry

Research Topic:  Dopamine signaling in schizophrenia patients, using computational modeling to understand the relation between symptoms and dopamine. 

Lab website.

Note: this position is available for students with a strong background in math & statistics only.

Guillermo.Horga@nyspi.columbia.edu

Rebecca Muhle

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Columbia University Department of Psychiatry

Research Topic: Molecular mechanisms underlying the development of autism. 

Dr. Mule recently moved from Yale to Columbia. Her research interests are described here.

ram76@cumc.columbia.edu

William Fifer

Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry and Pediatrics) at the Columbia University Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics

Research topic: How prenatal risk factors affect brain and behavioral development in human infants. More information can be found here.

Contact: Daianna Rodriguez, Daianna (NYSPI)

Daianna.Rodriguez@nyspi.columbia.edu

Ye He

Research Assistant Professor

Director, Live Imaging and Bioenergetics Facilities

Co-Director, MALDI MS Imaging Facility

Neuroscience Initiative, Advanced Science Research Center / GC-CUNY

A description of Dr. He's research interests can be found here

yhe1@gc.cuny.edu

Sandra Jones / Jonathan Javitch Lab

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Columbia University Department of Psychiatry

A description of Dr. Jones' research interests can be found here

Skj2124@columbia.edu

Harry R. Kissileff

Assistant Professor

Mt. Sinai-St. Luke’s Hospital

harry.kissileff2@mountsinai.org

(CC: hrk2@cumc.columbia.edu)

A list of publications and research interests can be found here.

Jia Liu

Research Associate Professor

Director, Epigenetics Core Facility

Director, Rodent Behavioral Analysis Suite

Neuroscience Initiative, Advanced Science Research Center / GC-CUNY

A description of Dr. Liu's research interests can be found here

jliu1@gc.cuny.edu

Aurel Lazar

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Director of the Center for Neural Engineering and Computation

Data Science Institute, Columbia University

A description of Dr. Lazar's research interests can be found here.

Note: these positions are open for computer science students or students with programming experience

aurel@ee.coumbia.edu

Mia Minen

Chief of Headache Research
Assistant Professor
Departments of Neurology and Population Health
NYU Langone Medical Center

A description of the position can be found here.

Mia.Minen@nyulangone.org. Please cc Sarah.Corner@nyulangone.org.

Susana Mingote

Associate Professor

Neuroscience Initiative, Advanced Science Research Center / GC-CUNY

A description of Dr. Mingote's research interests can be found here.

smingote@gc.cuny.edu

Sonya Troller-Renfree/ Kimberly Noble Lab

Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Education

Director, Neurocognition, Early Experience and Development (NEED) Lab

Teachers College, Columbia University

A description of the Noble lab projects can be found here.

Contact: Pooja Desai at pmd2137@tc.columbia.edu.

Marie Labouesse:

mal2307@cumc.columbia.edu

Alison Goate/Anastasia Efthymiou:

anastasia.efthymiou@icahn.mssm.edu


Sander Markx:

sm2643@cumc.columbia.edu


Fraser Sparks:

fs2594@columbia.edu


Kally Sparks:

kally.sparks@nyspi.columbia.edu


Dani Dumitriu:

idd2001@cumc.columbia.edu

NEUROSCIENCE LABS

List of Labs where Barnard NSB students have worked in the past

HOW  TO FIND A MENTOR

To participate in SRI, students must identify a research mentor in whose lab they will work over the summer. It is each student's responsibility to contact faculty, discuss the possibility of working in their lab, and secure confirmation of faculty interest.