Ingo Willuhn

Netherlands Institute for Nueroscience, Amsterdam

We are working with Wilhuln Lab to measure serotonin in freely moving animals. See the Wilhuln lab's work here.

Thorsten Lau

Central Institute of Mental Health, Manheim

We work with Dr. Lau to study the serotonin released from human derived serotonin stem cells. Check out Dr. Lau's work here.

Tim Shaw

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina

Dr. Shaw is an expert in environmental field work. He is part of our design team for field portable metal speciation sensor. See his work here.

Randy Blakely

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina

The Blakely lab has generated and provided several genetic mouse models which we use to further investigate the serotonin system. See the lab's work here.

Sheryl Wiskur

Department of Chemistry, University of South Caorlina

The Wiskur lab is an organic chemistry lab that uses their expertise to design and synthesize reocognition components for neurotransmitter sensors. See the lab's work here.

Steve Morgan

Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina

Dr. Morgan specializes in chemometric analysis. He continues to work with us and his analyses have proved exceptionally useful for our data .  See more here.

Rose Booze

Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina

We collaborate with Dr. Booze to monitor serotonin and histamine in a HIV-1tg model.

Pavel Ortinski

Department of Physiology, Pharmacology, and Neuroscience, University of South Carolina

We work with Dr. Ortinski to study how motivation in individual animals is coded for by differences in neurotransmission. See the lab's work here.

Larry Reagan

Department of Physiology, Pharmacology, and Neurosciecne, University of South Carolina

We are currently collaborating with the Reagan lab to analyze the neurochemical changes seen in a rat obesity model. See what the lab is up to here.

Janet Best

Department of Mathematics, Ohio State University

Dr. Best is part of the modeling team that models the mechanisms that regulate extracellular serotonin based upon our experimental data. Here are more details.

Jenn Stockdill

Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University

The Stockdill lab helped develop our first ionophore-grafted carbon fiber microelectrode for selective copper sensing.See what her lab is up to here.

Mike Reed

Department of Mathematics, Duke University

Dr. Reed is part of the modeling team that models the mechanisms that regulate extracellular serotonin based upon our experimental data. Here is more information about Dr. Reed's work 

Fred Nijhout

Department of Biology, Duke University

Dr. Nijhout is part of the modeling team that models the mechanisms that regulate extracellular serotonin based upon our experimental data. See what he's up to here.

David Linden

Department of Neuroscience, John Hopkins University

We worked with Dr. Linden to show the functionality of serotonin axons that regenerate after damage. See his lab in action here.

Bill Hutchinson

Department of Neurosurgery, Toronto Western Institute

We worked with Dr. Hutchinson to test the chemical consequences of deep brain stimulation in animal models. See what his lab is doing here.

Shawn McElmurry

Department of Engineering, Wayne State University

We work with Dr. McElmurry to develop environmental models of metal transport and toxicity. See their page here.

Michael Heien

Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina

We worked with the Heien lab to develop a technique for measuring ambient levels of serotonin and dopamine. Check out his lab on their website here.

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