Faculty

Melissa J. Allman, PhD

Assistant Professor, Psychology
 206 Giltner Hall
 517-432-8779
 mjallman@msu.edu

Timing and time perception in autism

S. Marc Breedlove, PhD

Barnett Rosenberg Professor of Neuroscience
Professor, Psychology, Zoology
 240 Giltner Hall
 517-355-1749
 breedsm@msu.edu

Effects of steroids on and the activation of plasticity in the human nervous system

S. Alexandra Burt, PhD

Associate Professor, Psychology
 107D Psychology
 517-432-5602
 burts@msu.edu

Role of gene-environment interplay in the development of aggressive and rule-breaking behaviors across the lifespan

Associate Professor, Psychology
 burts@msu.edu
 Role of gene-environment interplay in the development of aggressive and rule-breaking behaviors across the lifespan

Alex W. Johnson, PhD

Assistant Professor, Psychology
 205 Giltner Hall
 517-432-8446
 awj@msu.edu

Neuronal mechanisms of learning and motivation

Cynthia L. Jordan, PhD

Professor, Neuroscience Program
 239 Giltner Hall
 517-355-1722
 jordancy@msu.edu

Steroid regulation of cellular development; Cellular and molecular mechanisms of steroid action on behavior; Neuronal plasticity and development

Kelly L. Klump, PhD

Professor, Psychology
 107B Psychology
 517-432-7281
 klump@msu.edu

Etiology of eating disorders with an emphasis on genetic and hormonal factors

Joseph S. Lonstein, PhD

Associate Professor, Psychology
 219 Giltner Hall
 517-353-8675
 lonstein@msu.edu

Neural and hormonal control of peripartum anxiety disorders and postpartum maternal care

Antonio A. Nunez, PhD

Associate Dean, Graduate School
Professor, Psychology

 102 Giltner Hall
 517-353-9066
 nunez@msu.edu

Circadian and seasonal rhythms, neuroendocrinology

Sharleen T. Sakai, PhD

Professor, Psychology
 218 Giltner Hall
 517-353-8889
 sakai@msu.edu

Anatomical substrates of the motor control systems

Cheryl L. Sisk, PhD

University Distinguished Professor, Psychology
 138 Giltner Hall
 517-355-5253
 sisk@msu.edu

Neuroendocrinology, neural development during puberty, steroid hormone regulation of neural development and behavior

Laura Smale, PhD

Professor, Psychology, Zoology
 222 Giltner Hall
 517-432-1632
 smale@msu.edu

Neural mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms in nocturnal and diurnal animals

Hongbing Wang, PhD

Associate Professor, Physiology
 3179 Biomedical and Physical Sciences
 517-884-5119
 wangho@msu.edu

Neuronal intracellular signaling in neuroplasticity, brain function, and neurological disorders

Lily Yan, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Psychology
 208 Giltner Hall
 517-432-8189
 yanl@msu.edu

Molecular, cellular and neural mechanisms underlying circadian rhythm regulation