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Eva Aimable Naumann

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology
Neurobiology
311 Research Dr, Box 3209, Durham, NC 27710
311 Research Dr, Bryan Research Bldg 327F, Durham, NC 27710

Overview


Education

University of Konstanz, MSc, Biology

Harvard University/Ludwig Maximillian University, Ph.D., Neurobiology

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University College London

Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University Center for Brain Sciences

The Naumann lab's goal is to understand how neural circuits across the entire brain guide behavior and how individuality manifests within these circuits. To dissect such circuits, we use the genetically accessible, translucent zebrafish to map, monitor, and manipulate neuronal activity. By combining whole-brain imaging, behavioral analysis, functional perturbations, neuroanatomy, we aim to generate brain-scale circuit models of simple behaviors in individual brains. 

Current Appointments & Affiliations


Assistant Professor of Neurobiology · 2018 - Present Neurobiology, Basic Science Departments
Assistant Professor of Cell Biology · 2022 - Present Cell Biology, Basic Science Departments
Faculty Network Member of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences · 2018 - Present Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, University Institutes and Centers
Affiliate of the Duke Regeneration Center · 2021 - Present Regeneration Next Initiative, Basic Science Departments

Education, Training & Certifications


Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany) · 2010 Ph.D.