Mark Loughridge and Michele Williams Professor of Neurology and Professor of Neuroscience and of Neurosurgery
Director, Yale Clinical Neuroscience Imaging Center (CNIC)
Behavioral Research; Electrophysiology; Epilepsy; Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Neurobiology; Neuroimaging; Neurology; Neurosurgery
Dr. Blumenfeld's clinical and research work focuses on epilepsy, cognition and brain imaging. He directs Yale's Clinical Neuroscience Imaging Center (CNIC), a new multi-disciplinary core facility for innovative study and treatment of brain disorders. Teaching activities include a textbook titled Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases, Sinauer Assoc., Publ. 2002, 2010.
Professor of Neurosurgery and of Cellular And Molecular Physiology
Co Vice Chair of Research, Neurosurgery
Autistic Disorder; Central Nervous System Diseases; Diseases; Nervous System Diseases; Nervous System Malformations; Neurologic Manifestations; Neurosurgery; Physiology; Stem Cells
Dr. Angélique Bordey holds the rank of Professor of Neuroscience. Dr. Bordey is an active participant in teaching and training of graduate and medical students at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Bordey is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Frontiers in Neurogenesis and an executive Editor of the journals Neuropharmacology, Glia, Neuroplasticity, AES Neuro, Neurogenesis, and Fronteirs in Neuroscience. She has served as an Ad Hoc member on several study sections and is presently a member of CMBG NIH...
Professor Emeritus of Neurosurgery
Brain; Epilepsy; Nervous System; Neurobiology; Neurosurgery; Seizures; Trauma, Nervous System
Dr. Nihal C. de Lanerolle holds the rank of Professor of Neurosurgery and Neurobiology. A Fulbright Senior Scholar and Corresponding Member of the German League Against Epilepsy, he is the recipient of the higher doctoral degree of Doctor of Science from the University of Sussex, England. He has served as a Member of the National Institute of Mental Health study Section on "Cognitive Functional Neuroscience", as a Member of the "Sensory, Motor and Cognitive Neuroscience Fellowships Study...
Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine, of Neurosurgery and of Molecular Physiology
Associate Director, Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Clinical Chemistry Tests; Epilepsy; Immunohistochemistry; Mass Spectrometry; Medical Laboratory Science; Neurosurgery; Toxicology
Professor Emeritus of Neuroscience
Attention; Axons; Brain; Memory; Neurobiology; Neurosciences; Synapses
B.A., B.S. 1979 Mathematics and Psychology from Purdue University
Ph.D. 1983 from Stanford University
Faculty, Yale University School of Medicine 1987 to present.
Interests: Cellular mechanisms by which the cerebral cortex operates, both normally and abnormally, using a variety of electrophysiological and advanced imaging techniques.
Dr. Williamson is an associate professor in the department of neurosurgery and has primarily worked on the physiological and metabolic changes associated with epileptic tissue from patients as well as in animal models. As such, she works closely with members of the interdepartmental Yale Epilepsy Center. Dr. Williamson is a sitting member of an NIH study section and is active in the American Epilepsy Society. She has been an invited speaker to a number of international meetings.