Behavioral Neuroscience/Basic Research

The University of Cincinnati Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience Basic Research Division is comprised of scientific investigators with research interests that span multiple areas including anxiety, depression, learning and memory, post-traumatic stress disorder, obesity, addiction/ reward and social behavior. We pride ourselves on being a tight-knit research community focused on conducting high quality basic and translational research in an effort to understand the underlying neurobiological mechanisms of complex disorders. Basic Research Investigators Stephen Benoit (obesity, learning, hippocampus, addiction, gastric-bypass) James Herman Robert McCullumsmith Robert McNamara Teresa Reyes Renu Sah (neuropsychopharmacology, cellular and behavioral neuroscience, neurobiology of anxiety disorders, PTSD, panic disorder) Matia Solomon (sex differences, neural correlates of depression and social anxiety, antidepressant efficacy, chronic social stress) Yvonne Ulrich-Lai Stephen Woods

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