Biobehavioral Neuroscience

We're studying the interaction among biological and behavioral processes of brain and other neurological illness/health experiences, with particular emphasis on stroke and cognitive and affective symptoms.

Below you will see our research, clinical and teaching projects related to biobehavioral neuroscience and the faculty who make our discoveries and innovations in this area possible.

Projects Related to Biobehavioral Neuroscience

Faculty with Expertise in Biobehavioral Neuroscience

Terry A Badger

Terry A Badger

Terry A Badger

Professor, Nursing
(520) 626-6058

Kathleen C Insel

Kathleen C Insel

Kathleen C Insel

Professor, Nursing
(520) 626-6220

Ida M Moore

Ida M Moore

Ida M Moore

Interim Dean, Nursing
(520) 626-6205

Helena W Morrison

Helena W Morrison

Helena W Morrison

Assistant Professor, Nursing
(520) 626-6570

Leslie S Ritter

Leslie S Ritter

Leslie S Ritter

Professor, Nursing
(520) 626-7683

Ruth E Taylor-Piliae

Ruth E Taylor-Piliae

Ruth E Taylor-Piliae

Associate Professor, Nursing
(520) 626-4881