Anne E Anderson, M.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-3976

Signal transduction mechanisms in epilepsy; Potassium channels; MAPK

Benjamin Russell Arenkiel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-1960

Andrea Ballabio, M.D.

Professor

Arthur L Beaudet, M.D.

Henry and Emma Meyer Chair and Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-4795

Neuronal carnitine deficiency as a risk factor for autism; Prader-Willi and Angelman syndrome; Genotype-phenotype correlations for CHRNA7…

Hugo J Bellen, D.V.M., Ph.D.

Professor and Director, Program in Developmental Biology

Phone

  • 713-798-5272

Mitochondria and neuronal degeneration, and technology development

Juan Botas, Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • (713) 798-5397

Comparative analysis of pathogenic mechanisms in neurodegenerative disorders; Screens for common 'drugable' targets

Rui Chen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-5194

Functional genomics of visual system development and diseases; High throughput technology; Bioinformatics

Edward C Cooper, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-4939

Voltage-gated sodium and potassium channel diseases of the axon: evolution, mechanisms, animal models, and therapeutics; Epilepsy and seizures…

Thomas A. Cooper, M.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-3141

Alternative splicing regulation in development and disease; Molecular pathogenesis of myotonic dystrophy…

Mauro Costa-Mattioli, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-8913

Cellular and molecular mechanism of memory storage

William James Craigen, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-8305

Regulation of cellular energy metabolism; Genetic Disorders and Metabolic Disorders; Mouse models of metabolic diseases

Benjamin Deneen, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-7897

Glial cell development and disease

Daniel G Glaze, M.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 832-822-7388

The neurophysiology of Rett syndrome

Brett Harrison Graham, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-6209

The role of mitochondrial function in normal cellular and disease states; Metabolic Disorders; Genetic Disorders…

Andy Groves, Ph.D.

Professor and Co-Director, Program in Developmental Biology

Phone

  • 713-798-8743

The development, evolution, and regeneration of the inner ear

Hamed Jafar-Nejad, M.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-6159

A mouse model for Alagille Syndrome; Role of glycosylation in Notch signaling and animal development; A fly model for NGLY1 deficiency

Joanna Louisa Jankowsky, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-8337

Understanding the link between APP/Aβ and cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease (AD)…

Daoyun Ji

Assistant Professor

IDDRC Investigators K-P

Robin Page Kochel

Assistant Professor

Seema Lalani, M.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-8921

Copy number variations and diseases, congenital cardiovascular malformations, genetic causes of language/speech delay

Brendan Lee, M.D., Ph.D.

Chairman

Phone

  • 713-798-5443

Developmental, translational and clinical studies of skeletal dysplasias and inborn errors of metabolism

Cecilia Ljungberg, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-8873

Graeme Mardon, Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-8731

Juan C. Marini, D.V.M., Ph.D., M.S.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-0343

James F Martin, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-5931

Cell and Developmental Biology; Molecular Biology and Genetics; Human Disease; Cardiovascular Sciences

Paolo M. Moretti, M.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • (713) 798-7573

Neurogenetics; Movement Disorders; Neurodegenerative Diseases; Genetic and molecular studies of disease pathogenesis in Parkinson’s disease…

Sandesh C.S. Nagamani, M.B.B.S, M.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • (713) 798-7820

Translational and clinical research focused on inborn errors of metabolism and skeletal dysplasia

David L Nelson, Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-8160

Jeffrey L Noebels, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-5860

Gene control of neuronal excitability within the developing mammalian CNS; Inherited neurological diseases; Epilepsy

Bert W O'Malley, M.D.

Chairman/Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-6205

Hormone action; Coactivator function; Eukaryotic gene expression; Gene therapy; Nanotechnology

Paul J Pfaffinger, Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-3060

IDDRC Investigators: Q-Z

Matthew Neil Rasband, Ph.D.

Professor and Vivian L. Smith Endowed Chair in Neuroscience

Phone

  • 713-798-4494

Rodney Cavero Samaco, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • (832) 824-8788

The genetic and neuroanatomical origin of social behavior.

Marco Sardiello, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-8871

Regulatory networks of cell metabolism and neurological disorders

Christian Patrick Schaaf, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-8787

Understanding the genetic basis of neuropsychiatric disease, its molecular mechanisms, and development of novel therapeutic strategies, using mouse models and induced pluripotent stem cell technology

Daryl Armstrong Scott, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-203-7242

Identifying and characterizing genes responsible for common birth defects

Joshua M Shulman, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 713 798-7438

Functional genomics of Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease; Integrative genetic analyses in humans and Drosophila

Roy Sillitoe, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-8913

Developmental origins of complex neurological conditions

John W Swann, Ph.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-3969

Basic Mechanisms of Childhood Epilepsy

Jianrong Tang, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-8866

Andreas Savas Tolias, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Kimberley Renee Fuchs Tolias, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-3981

Molecular and cellular mechanisms regulating neural circuit formation and plasticity

Ignatia Barbara Van den Veyver, M.D.

Professor

Genetics and epigenetics of reproductive disorders; Aicardi syndrome; prenatal gene-environment interactions; prenatal genetics

Lisa L Wang, M.D.

Associate Professor

Phone

  • 832-824-4822

Molecular basis of osteosarcoma, RECQL4, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome

Dinghui Yu

Instructor

Hui Zheng, Ph.D.

Director/Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-5804

Pathophysiological studies of Alzheimer’s disease pathways using mouse models

Huda Yahya Zoghbi, M.D.

Professor

Phone

  • 713-798-6558

Molecular basis of neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders; Nervous system development