John M. Horowitz
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John M. Horowitz

Dr. John Horowitz is a Research Professor in the Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, & Behavior in the College of Biological Sciences at the University of California, Davis.  He received his BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering at UC Berkeley, worked for several years as a research engineer, and then returned to UC Berkeley, where he earned his PhD in Biophysics. Hired as an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Davis, he established a research program focusing on signal processing in the visual system, central regulation of temperature in cold environments, hippocampal cellular neuroplasticity mechanisms, and neural mechanisms in mammalian hibernators that provide neuroprotection and survival in extreme environments.   He has published ~80 research papers in these and related fields, many in collaboration with Barbara Horwitz.  Additionally, he has mentored 31 graduate students in his lab and collaborated with Barbara Horwitz in mentoring undergraduates in joint projects.  He has served as Department Chair as well as Chair of numerous UC Davis Academic Senate/administrative committees; he has been recognized by UC Davis for his excellence in teaching and scholarship; and he is a long time member of the APS and the Society for Neuroscience. 


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