Joseph Glykys

Joseph Glykys, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
The Glykys Lab focuses on neuronal swelling (cytotoxic edema) and the inhibitory system. Our research's long-term goal is to better treat neuronal swelling and seizures, especially during the neonatal period. Our areas of research include: studying changes in neuronal chloride concentration and...
Michael Dailey

Michael Dailey, PhD

Associate Professor
Neuroscience Ph.D. Program Associate Director
Research in our laboratory utilizes dynamic imaging in live brain tissue slices to study the development and remodeling of neurons and glia in the mammalian CNS. These studies address mechanisms of neural development as well as cellular responses to tissue injury. Our current projects span three...