Department of Psychiatry
Penn Behavioral Health

Social Neuroscience Laboratory

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Brodkin Lab Current Members

 

 

Edward S. (Ted) Brodkin, M.D.Edward S. (Ted) Brodkin, M.D.
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
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Arati Sadalge Kreibich, Ph.D.Arati Sadalge Kreibich, Ph.D.
Research Associate
Projects: Neural circuitry and glutamatergic/GABAergic mechanisms of social affiliative behaviors; genetic models of autism and schizophrenia; gene-environment interactions in social behavior development; genetic studies of aggressive behaviors

 

 

 

Arati Sadalge Kreibich, Ph.D.Tamar Gur, M.D., Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Projects: Effects of intrauterine and early postnatal environment on social-emotional behavior development


 

 

Andrew Fairless, Ph.D.Andrew Fairless, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Projects: Role of white matter development and serotonergic mechanisms in social behavior development

 




Margaret Mei-Kay Wong, BSMargaret Mei-Kay Wong, B.S.

Research Specialist
Projects: Genetic models of autism and schizophrenia; gene-environment interactions in social behavior development; neurobiology of aggressive behaviors

 




Kareem Tyree, BAKareem Tyree, B.A., M.Ed.

Research Specialist
Projects: Genetic and neurobiological studies of social affiliative behaviors

 


 

Julia KatzJulia Katz
University of Pennsylvania undergraduate student
Projects: Role of white matter development and serotonergic mechanisms in social behaviors

 

 

 

Current MembersAamir Khan
University of Pennsylvania undergraduate student
Projects: Neural circuitry and glutamatergic/GABAergic mechanisms of social affiliative behaviors; genetic models of autism and schizophrenia


 

 

Cara PiccoliCara Piccoli
University of Pennsylvania undergraduate student
Projects: Neural circuits that mediate social affiliative behaviors

 

 



Neha VijayvargiyaNeha Vijayvargiya
University of Pennsylvania undergraduate student
Projects: Role of white matter development and serotonergic mechanisms in social behaviors