Donald O’Malley

Degrees/Education

Ph.D., Physiology and Biophysics, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA

Area(s) of Expertise

Cellular and Systems Neurobiology Biological Imaging, Cognitive Neurodynamics, Neuroethology

Research Interests

Prof. O’Malley is intrigued by the processing of information by neuronal populations. In particular, Prof. O’Malley would like to understand how circuit-level neural architectures enable sensorimotor transformations and intelligent animal behaviors. His research lab uses confocal microscopy and high-speed behavioral imaging to establish the neural basis of the surprisingly diverse repertoire of locomotor behaviors exhibited by larval zebrafish (many of which were discovered here at Northeastern University).

Curriculum Vitae

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Location

422 Richards Hall