Ellen M. Carpenter
An Analysis of The Migration Location and Distribution of Neural Crest- Derived Schwann Cells in Chick Embryos, 1988
Advisor: Margaret Hollyday
Current Position: Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA
Shilpa Chatlani
Whole-Cell Recordings from Vestibular Calyx Endings of the Turtle Posterior Crista, 2011
Advisor: Jay Goldberg
Current Position: Senior Director, Medical Affairs, Orphazyme A/S
Chiju Chen-Huang
Neural Mechanisms Mediating Adaptive Modification of the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex as a Function of Viewing Distance, 1997
Advisor: Robert McCrea
Current Position: Senior Faculty Lecturer, Biology at Malcolm X College, Chicago
Se Hoon Choi
Amyloid Pathology and Neurogenesis in Mouse Models of Alzheimer's Disease, 2009
Advisor: Sangram Sisodia
Current Position: Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School
John Christianson
The Role of Ubiquitin-Proteasome Degradation in Assembly and Expression of the Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor, 2002
Advisor: William Green
Current Position: Group Head/PI and Fellow, Department of Medicine, Oxford University
Paul Church
Functional Analyses of Cotransmission in Aplysia Californica, 1993
Advisor: Philip Lloyd
Benjamin Clayton
The Integrated Stress Response in Hypoxia Induced Neonatal White Matter Injury, 2016
Advisor: Brian Popko
Current Position: Postdoctoral Scholar in Genetics at Case Western Reserve University
Jeffrey Colombe
Timing Mechanisms in the Circuitry of Turtle Visual Cortex, 1999
Advisor: Philip Ulinski
Current Position: CEO, Insight Inferfaces LLC and Group Lead, Neurotechnology, MITRE
Josephine Cucchiaro
The Retinal Origin and Genicu- Late Termination of the Optic Pathways in Normal and Albino Ferrets: A Developmental Study, 1984
Advisor: Ray Guillery
Current Position: Head, Global Clinical Operations Sunovion Pharmaceuticals
Kathleen Cullen
Neural Mechanism Mediating Voluntary Control of the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex, 1991
Advisor: Robert McCrea
Current Position: Professor Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience and Otolaryngology Johns Hopkins University