|Erich D. Jarvis, Ph.D.
My overall goal is to decipher the molecular mechanisms that construct, modify, and maintain neural circuits for behavioral complex traits, such as spoken language and vocal learning.
jarvis(at)neuro.duke.edu | Twitter- @erichjarvis | Linkedin | Curriculum Vitae
|Tony Zimmermann, B.A., M.B.A.
|Jason Howard, M.S.
Is working on next-generation sequencing of avian genomes to study singing driven gene expression and using comparative genomics to study the genetic basis of vocal learning.
howard(at)neuro.duke.edu | Linkedin | Webpage
|Matt Biegler, BS
Interested in characterizing developmentally regulated gene expression responsible for vocal learning behavior.
biegler(at)neuro.duke.edu | Linkedin
|Lindsey Cantin, BS
Graduate Student Interested in the evolution and molecular mechanisms responsible for vocal learning behavior, particularly the epigenetic regulation of genes within the neural song circuit.
|Gregory Gedman, BS
Interested in identifying homologous cell type populations using RNA-seq across vocal learning species, with special focus on zebra finch and human vocal regions.
| Ha Na Choe, BS
Identifying causal mechanisms of sexual dimorphism in vocal learning behavior and development.
|Joshua Jones Macopson, BS|