Please join the Department of Neuroscience, School of Mind, Brain & Behavior Colloquium Neuromodulation of Visual Processing and Behavior presented by Mark Frye, PhD.
Mark Frye, PhD, began his research career at Union College, then received his PhD at the University of Washington. As a postdoctoral fellow at Berkeley and Caltech, he worked on multi-sensory processing and motor control of flight in fruit flies. He is currently a member of the Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology, and teaches courses in comparative animal physiology and sensory transduction. He has been awarded a Sloan Foundation Fellowship and HHMI Early Career Investigator. His laboratory examines visual and multisensory control of behavior in fruit flies using virtual reality, optogenetics and in-vivo imaging approaches.