Susan Fahrbach recently authored a textbook entitled “Developmental Neuroscience: A Concise Introduction.” published by the Princeton University Press. August 2013. Click here to read more about the book: Developmental Neuroscience: A Concise Introduction. Link to Princeton University Press: click here to visit book website.
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Professor of Biology B.A. University of Pennsylvania (1974) Ph.D. Florida State University (1979) 15 Winston Hall (336) 758-5920 firstname.lastname@example.org Go to my lab page Areas of Interest Comparative Physiology of the Chemical Senses, Chemesthesis Research Our research interest is in the chemical senses: taste, smell, and chemesthesis. We currently focus on Read more »
Reynolds Professor of Developmental Neuroscience and Chairperson B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1977 M.A., Oxford University, 1979 Ph.D., The Rockefeller University, 1985 026 Winston Hall (336) 758-5980 email@example.com Areas of Interest Development of the nervous system, neuroanatomy, social Insects Research My laboratory’s research is on the regulation of form (neuroanatomy) and Read more »
Lecturer in Biology and Neuroscience, Wake Forest University Search Closed; Position Filled The Department of Biology seeks a PhD-level neuroscientist for a non-tenure track, career teaching faculty position. The successful candidate will have prior undergraduate teaching experience. He/she will teach introductory courses in Comparative Physiology and/or Cell Biology. He Read more »
Wake Forest University is a private university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that combines a liberal arts college of approximately 5000 students with schools of medicine, law, business, divinity, and graduate studies. Faculty members in the Biology Department have membership in the undergraduate and graduate faculties. Our ideal faculty member Read more »