|Name||Home Department||Research Areas|
|Edward Bartlett||BIO, BME||
In-vivo auditory systems electrophysiology; In-vitro (brain slice) cellular electrophysiology; Neuroanatomy; Computational modeling; Interactions between inferior colliculus and thalamus in developing, young and aging animals.
|George Hollich||PSYC||Language development and expert learning, including how infants learn their first and second languages, as well as models of learning in the classroom.|
|A. J. Schwichtenberg||HDFS, PSYC||Developmental trajectories in early childhood; At risk development; Developmental disabilities (e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorders); Sleep health; Social-emotional development|