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Taylor Laboratory

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  1. Resource Description
    My research interests center around mechanisms by which exogenous metabolites (nutriceuticals and toxins) influence neural function. I am the Principal Investigator for two research programs derived from this interest. One investigates the influence of nicotine and alcohol on development, dysfunction and plasticity in control of breathing by neural networks of the vertebrate brainstem. Another research program investigates the beneficial influence of phytochemicals and detrimental effects of alcohol on mechanosensory and locomotory neurons and networks as modeled by transgenic Caenorhabditis elegans. Each research programs addresses Alaska-relevant health issues and serves as training arenas for postdoctoral fellows and graduate as well as undergraduate students.
  2. Contact
    Taylor, Barbara
  3. PI
    Taylor, Barbara
  4. Affiliation
    Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska
  5. Affiliation
    Department of Biology & Wildlife, University of Alaska
  6. Affiliation
    Alaska Basic Neuroscience Program
  7. Affiliation
    INBRE Alaska
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