Research Interests: Neuroscience; Olfactory processing; and Imaging brain activity
My laboratory pioneered the development and use of optical methods for following, on a large scale, rapid electrical events that underlie brain activity and changes in ion concentration in biological systems. Some contemporary imaging methods of modern neurobiology and cardiac physiology are founded on these developments.
|Cairn Lecturer||Nottingham University||2009|
|Issekutz Lecturer||Dalhousie University||2007|
|Joseph Erlanger Distinguished Lecturer||American Physiological Society||1998|
|Elizabeth Roberts Cole Award||Biophysical Society||1987|
|McMaster Award for Excellence in Teaching||Columbia University||1965|