Michael A. Rogawski is professor of neurology and a member of the Center for Neuroscience and the Pharmacology and Toxicology Graduate Group. His laboratory conducts cellular neurophysiological studies of ion channels, with a focus on the action of ion channel modulators used in the treatment of seizures and epilepsy.
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Dr. Ashish Dhir is an Associate Project Scientist at the University of California, Davis with 14 years of experience in neurology research. At the CounterACT Center, Dr. Dhir is conducting tests of antiseizure agents in models of acute seizures (status epilepticus) and lethality produced by chemical threat agents of the organophosphate cholinesterase-inhibiting type, including DFP. He is also involved in the development of spontaneous recurrent seizures through long-term monitoring following DFP-induced status epilepticus.
Dr. Dorota Zolkowska is an Associate Project Scientist at the University of California, Davis with over 20 years of experience in neuropharmacology. At the CounterACT Center, Dr. Zolkowska developed the first, reproducible and validated translational rodent model of status epilepticus induced by chemical threat agent TETS (tetramethylenedisulfotetramine).