Michael A. Long, PhD
Associate Professor at New York University School of Medicine
2012 NYSCF – Robertson Neuroscience Investigator Alumnus
PhD, Brown University
Postdoctoral Training, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Long is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Neuroscience and Physiology and Otolaryngology and the Associate Director of Research of the Neuroscience Institute at New York University School of Medicine. His work focuses on developing approaches that adapt modern imaging and electrophysiological tools to the study of neural circuits underlying the production of skilled motor behaviors. He completed his postdoctoral studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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