Network

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

John
Cryan

Professor or equivalent position at University College Cork
Ireland Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Neuroendocrinology
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
I joined ALBA because :
To advocate for inclusion and diversity in neuroscience

Ana
Cubillo

Research/Staff scientist at University Psychiatric Hospital Basel
Switzerland Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Developmental neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Data analysis and statistics
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
I joined ALBA because :
It is crucial to improve the visibility and inclusion of female scientists in brain imaging (and STEM, in general). No change will happen unless we all contribute to achieve this goal.

Marion
Curdy

Graduate student at EPFL
Switzerland Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Data analysis and statistics
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
I joined ALBA because :
It is very important for Research to become inclusive and to promote diversity. I would like to engage in that direction, and the Alba network seems perfect to do so.

CHRISTINA
DALLA

Professor or equivalent position at Medical School, National Kapodistrian of Athens
Greece Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Neuroendocrinology
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Molecular approaches
Pharmacology
Species : vertebrate
Therapeutic techniques
I joined ALBA because :
I study sex differences in Neuropsychopharmacology and Neurosciences and I appreciate Women's issues in health and research. I would like to contribute in the ALBA network in the best possible way.

Rachael
Dangarembizi

Professor or equivalent position at University of Cape Town
South Africa Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Cell culture
Data analysis and statistics
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
In vivo monitoring
Molecular approaches
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
I have always wanted to belong to a network of neuroscientists from different backgrounds and to collaborate with other neuroscientists from all over the world to transform the field and build capacity.

Simon
DASTE

Graduate student at Brown University
United States Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Sensory systems neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Data analysis and statistics
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
In vivo monitoring
Optical methods
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
I am committed to promote equality and diversity in the brain sciences. I want to receive training for developing strategies to provide access for underrepresented groups in Neuroscience.

Stephanie
Daumas

Professor or equivalent position at Sorbonne University
France Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Data analysis and statistics
Genetic models and techniques
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
Molecular approaches
Pharmacology
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
I fully believe that we should raise awareness of gender and diversity issues in brain science and promote equality, as the ALBA network claims. This will only be possible if we actively engage in these processes and help each other to work in a better environment.

Karen
Davis

Professor or equivalent position at University Health Network and University of Toronto
Canada Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Computational neuroscience and modeling
Disorders of the nervous system
History, teaching, public awareness, and societal
Sensory systems neuroscience
Other
pain
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Computation, modeling, and simulation
Electrophysiology (slow waves)
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)

Renate
de Bock

Graduate student at University of Basel
Switzerland Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Neuropharmacology and neurochemistry
Analysis of behavior and cognition in humans
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (channels)
Imaging (PET, fMRI, etc)
Therapeutic techniques

Mario
de Bono

Lab/Research director at IST Austria
Austria Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Evolutionary and comparative neuroscience
Excitable membranes and ion channels
Neuroethology
Sensory systems neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Bioinformatics/Neuroinformatics
Cell culture
Genetic models and techniques
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
Molecular approaches
Optical methods
Species : invertebrate
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
to add my voice about the need to recognize unconscious bias.

Livia
de Hoz

Lab/Research director at Charité - Medical University Berlin
Germany Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Cognitive neuroscience
Sensory systems neuroscience
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (slow waves)
Electrophysiology (unit activity)
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
Gender (and other) biases exist. I am interested in learning about the form they take and the impact they have in order to undertand the effect theyx have on my career and that of others. As a participant in mentoring programs for school children and highschool women, I want to be informed.

Ciro
De Luca

Research/Staff scientist at Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"
Italy Website
Gender: Male
Fields of research :
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system
Neural/synaptic structure and function
Neurogeneration and repair
Sensory systems neuroscience
Computation, modeling, and simulation
Histochemistry and tracing
Imaging (microscopy)
In vivo monitoring

Valeria
de Seta

Graduate student at Sapienza University of Rome
Italy Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Motor systems neuroscience
Neuroengineering and robotics
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (channels)
Therapeutic techniques

Katrina
Deane

Graduate student at Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology
Germany Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Behavioral neuroscience
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Circuit neuroscience
Excitable membranes and ion channels
Neural/synaptic structure and function
Sensory systems neuroscience
Data analysis and statistics
Electrophysiology (channels)
In vivo monitoring
Optical methods
Pharmacology
Species : vertebrate
I joined ALBA because :
I am looking for ways to proactively strengthen my network. I found this while looking for #FENS2020 on twitter to see who might be going.

Katrin
Deinhardt

Other at University of Southampton
United Kingdom Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Cellular and molecular neuroscience
Disorders of the nervous system

Elaine
Del Bel

Professor or equivalent position at University of Sao Paulo-Dental School of Ribeirao Preto
Brazil Website
Gender: Female
Fields of research :
Disorders of the nervous system
Motor systems neuroscience
Neurogeneration and repair
Analysis of behavior and cognition in non-human animal
Biochemistry
Imaging (microscopy)
Pharmacology
I joined ALBA because :
I have been looking to be part of a group that has the aim to think about scientific life, scientific difficulties and how to survive to life challenge. I believe I will found it in ALBA.