James Strother
Assistant Professor

The Strother Lab focuses on questions at the interface between neurobiology and physiology using zebrafish as a model system. Our lab is especially interested in understanding processes at multiple levels of organization, from the properties of individual cells up to the responses of the whole animal. Current projects in the lab examine a range of topics, including neurobiological control of physiological processes, sensory physiology, and learning and memory.

Our lab is currently recruiting graduate students with interest in these topics, and experience in either the biological or physical sciences.

   

james.strother@science.oregonstate.edu
Office Room Number: 2112 Cordley Hall, OSU, Corvallis OR 97331

 

   

Courses Taught

Z425/525 : Embryology and Development
Z 438/538 : Behavioral Neurobiology

Graduate Students