Researchers

EUROPE
Gerhard W. Weber
AUSTRIA
paleoneurology, cranial development and evolution, morphometrics, digital archiving website
Emmanuel Gilissen
BELGIUM
comparative neuroanatomy, paleoneurology website
Antoine Balzeau
FRANCE
paleoanthropology, cranial morphology and variability, imaging methodologies website
Thierry Chaminade
FRANCE
functional neuroimaging, neural correlates of tool-making website
Onur Güntürkün
GERMANY
biopsychology, cerebral asymmetries, comparative cognition website
Philipp Gunz
GERMANY
paleoneurology, evo-devo of the hominin brain, geometric morphometric analysis of endocasts website
Jean-Jacques Hublin
GERMANY
morphological imaging techniques, paleoanthropology website
Wieland B. Huttner
GERMANY
neurogenesis website
Dieter C.T. Kruska
GERMANY
domestication, form and function of the large sensory organs of the head in mammals, ontogenesis of brain and behaviour website
Eric Lewitus
GERMANY
neurogenesis, mammalian evolution website
Daniel Mietchen
GERMANY
neuroimaging, animal communication, structural brain plasticity website
Mehmet Somel
GERMANY and CHINA
human evolution, evolution of gene expression, molecular aging website
Corbert van Eden
NETHERLANDS
Primate Brain Bank website
Beatrice de Gelder
NETHERLANDS
multisensory perception, face recognition, non-conscious recognition, whole-body emotional expression website
Michel A. Hofman
NETHERLANDS
comparative and theoretical neurobiology, human brain evolution website
Simon Reader
NETHERLANDS
behavioral biology website
Alexandra A. de Sousa
PORTUGAL
comparative neuroanatomy, paleoneurology, brain mapping website
Emiliano Bruner
SPAIN
paleoneurology, morphometrics, functional craniology, human evolution, digital anatomy website
Manuel A. Pombal
SPAIN
comparative and developmental neuroanatomy website
Robert A. Barton
UNITED KINGDOM
behavioral ecology, brain size and function, evolutionary psychology website
Colin Blakemore
UNITED KINGDOM
vision, early brain development, cerebral cortex plasticity website
Joanna J. Bryson
UNITED KINGDOM
cultural evolution, cognitive strategies, modularity, memory, systems neuroscience, modelling website
Lars Chittka
UNITED KINGDOM
sensory physiology, learning and evolutionary ecology, brain size website
Nicky S. Clayton
UNITED KINGDOM
comparative cognition, cognitive development website
Jennifer L. Fish
UNITED KINGDOM
neurogenesis, craniogenesis, encephalization website
Anjali Goswami
UNITED KINGDOM
development, encephalization, brain-cranial morphology, marsupial-placental dichotomy website
Faraneh Vargha-Khadem
UNITED KINGDOM
neurogenetic bases of speech and language website
Zoltán Molnár
UNITED KINGDOM
cerebral cortical development and evolution website
Stephen Montgomery
UNITED KINGDOM
genetic, ecological and behavioural approaches to brain evolution website
Chris Ponting
UNITED KINGDOM
comparative neurogenomics, evolution of brain transcriptomes, evolution of brain-expressed coding and non-coding genes website
Marty Sereno
UNITED KINGDOM
functional neuroimaging, language evolution, comparative neurophysiology website
Jeroen Smaers
UNITED KINGDOM
comparative neuroanatomy, behavioral ecology website
Natalie T. Uomini
UNITED KINGDOM
evolution, cognition, language, laterality, handedness, primates, functional imaging website
Geoff Woods
UNITED KINGDOM
genetics of human diseases affecting brain size and pain perception website
     


INTERNATIONAL
Andrew Iwaniuk
CANADA
birds, allometry, volumetrics, stereology, squirrels, comparative methods website
Francisco Aboitiz
CHILE
comparative neuroanatomy, cognitive neurosciences, language evolution website
Barbara Finlay
USA
nervous system development and evolution, visual system, cerebral cortex website
Patrick R. Hof
USA
evolution of neuronal types, neuronal functional morphology, comparative neuroanatomy website
Ralph L. Holloway
USA
paleoneurology website
Erich Jarvis
USA
evolution, behavior, genes, language, vocal learning, brain pathways website
Harry J. Jerison
USA
paleoneurology website
John Irwin Johnson
USA
comparative neuroanatomy, phylogenetics website
Chet C. Sherwood
USA
comparative neuroanatomy, neocortical architecture, brain asymmetry website
Georg Striedter
USA
evo-devo neurobiology, neuroethology website
     



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