Network

Browse through the ALBA members to find a speaker for your next conference, an expert for a new project or to simply network.

Ankush
Chakraborty

Undergraduate student at Panjab University
India Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Evolutionary and comparative neuroscience
History, teaching, public awareness, and societal
Neural/synaptic structure and function
Neuroendocrinology
Neuroethology
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Data analysis and statistics
Genetic models and techniques
Imaging (microscopy)
Species : invertebrate
Species : vertebrate
Therapeutic techniques
I joined ALBA because :
I feel joining Alaba network would help me connect to more like-minded people in the field of Neuroscience. Moreover, it would also help asking more interesting questions in Neuroscience.

Alexandre
Charlet

Professor or equivalent position at CNRS
France Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Neural/synaptic structure and function
Neuroendocrinology
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Sensory systems neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Electrophysiology (synaptic physiology)
Electrophysiology (unit activity)
Imaging (microscopy)
In vivo monitoring
Pharmacology
Species : vertebrate

MALLIKA
CHATTERJEE

Professor or equivalent position at AMITY UNIVERSITY
India Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Developmental neuroscience
Cell culture
Genetic models and techniques
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
I want to join ALBA for the following reasons:
1. I want to expand my current network of international and national neuro- scientists with whom I can exchange collaborative ideas.
2. I want to provide mentorship to science students from various nationalities as this will give me global view of education.Being an educationist, this will be helpful in making me a better and wise educator also.

Dipesh
Chaudhury

Professor or equivalent position at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD)
United Arab Emirates Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Neural/synaptic structure and function
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Electrophysiology (channels)
Electrophysiology (synaptic physiology)
Electrophysiology (unit activity)
Imaging (microscopy)
In vivo monitoring
Molecular approaches

Parth
Chholak

Other at Centro de Tecnología Biomédica
Spain Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Cognitive neuroscience
Computational neuroscience and modeling
Developmental neuroscience
Motor systems neuroscience
Neuroengineering and robotics
Sensory systems neuroscience
Computation, modeling, and simulation
Data analysis and statistics
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
I joined ALBA because :
I am seeking to build my network in Neuroscience and searching for postdoctoral positions.

Eugenia
Chiappe

Professor or equivalent position at Champalimaud Foundation
Portugal Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Motor systems neuroscience
Neuroethology
Sensory systems neuroscience
Biophysics
Computation, modeling, and simulation
Electrophysiology (unit activity)
Imaging (microscopy)
In vivo monitoring
Optical methods
Species : invertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
Working towards a more equitable academic environment to nurture diversity, and to promote creativity has become an important personal goal as an active professional member within our scientific community. This goal requires actions at many different levels, from the lab to scientific organizations to entities developing policies. Thus, it is important to connect with colleagues who are working towards similar goals to assist and contribute to an important transformation that must take place to make science and scientific careers possible regardless of gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability, culture or socioeconomic status.

Katrina
Choe

Postdoctoral fellow at UCLA
United States Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Bioinformatics/Neuroinformatics
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Developmental neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Excitable membranes and ion channels
Neural/synaptic structure and function
Neuroendocrinology
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Bioinformatics/Neuroinformatics
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (channels)
Electrophysiology (synaptic physiology)
Electrophysiology (unit activity)
Genetic models and techniques
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
In vivo monitoring
Molecular approaches
Optical methods
Pharmacology
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
To serve and receive support from the Neuroscience community

Francesca
Cirulli

Lab/Research director at Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Italy Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Neuroscience of aging
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Neuroendocrinology of Stress, Mental Health
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Pharmacology
Therapeutic techniques
I joined ALBA because :
I am a member of the Steering Committee as I strongly believe that supporting women in Brain Sciences can help the overall advancement of neuroscience and build the foundation of a more diverse and equal society.

Giulia
Cisbani

Postdoctoral fellow at 1 King’s College Circle
Canada Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Neurogeneration and repair
Neuroscience of aging
Biochemistry
Cell culture
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
Other

yale
cohen

Professor or equivalent position at u. pennsylvania
United States Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Neuroethology
Sensory systems neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Computation, modeling, and simulation

Laura
Colgin

Professor or equivalent position at The University of Texas at Austin
United States Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (slow waves)
Electrophysiology (unit activity)
In vivo monitoring
Species : vertebrate

Megan
Conrow-Graham

Graduate student at University at Buffalo
United States Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Developmental neuroscience
History, teaching, public awareness, and societal
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Genetic models and techniques
Imaging (microscopy)
I joined ALBA because :
I am very passionate about increasing diverse perspectives into neuroscience and trying to get involved with all groups taking this initiative seriously.

Maria
Cordero

Professor or equivalent position at Manchester Metropolitan University
United Kingdom Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Developmental neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Data analysis and statistics
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
Therapeutic techniques

Livia
Cosentino

Graduate student at Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Italy Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Data analysis and statistics
Genetic models and techniques
In vivo monitoring
Molecular approaches
Pharmacology
Species : vertebrate
Therapeutic techniques
I joined ALBA because :
I strongly believe in the importance of inclusivity and of giving equal chanches to humans in all their diversities. It is crucial to tackle obstacles that prevent all people to take equal part in neurosciences and to develop their full potential in this field.

Daina
Crafa

Professor or equivalent position at Aarhus University
Denmark Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Developmental neuroscience
Evolutionary and comparative neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (channels)
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
I joined ALBA because :
Promoting equality and diversity in the brain sciences is an important topic for me. I believe this issue is two-fold: On the one hand, we need more diverse neuroscientists; on the other hand, we need to understand human diversity so that more populations are represented. Throughout my career, I have studied human diversity by comparing people of diverse cultures with and without mental disorders using neuroimaging technique. My reason behind this is to understand underrepresented communities so that we may have a more inclusive model of how the human brain functionally processes information. I am an assistant editor and junior member of the World Association of Cross-Cultural Psychiatry - whose journal actively includes scientists from underrepresented countries. During graduate school, I also founded their Student and Trainee Section.

Kia
Crittenden-Ward

Other at Signant Health
United States Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
History, teaching, public awareness, and societal
I joined ALBA because :
I became aware of Alba through colleagues with whom I am a member of the SIRS Diversity Task Force. I am very much interested in promoting the goals and objectives of Alba.