Assistant Professor of Business Administration, HBS
Professor Cuddy studies the origins and outcomes of how we perceive and are influenced by other people, investigating the roles of variables such as culture, emotions, nonverbal behaviors, and psychophysiological indicators.Read more about Amy J.C. Cuddy
Gordon and Llura Gund Research Professor of Neurosciences Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
I have long studied the vertebrate retina, using it as a model piece of the brain. With students and colleagues, we have studied its functional organization including its synaptic organization, the light responses of individual retinal cells, and the neurotransmitters/modulators used by the retinal cells to communicate information. In recent years, we have focused on the zebrafish retina, carrying out forward-genetic studies as well studies on its tetrachromatic color vision system. I have now closed my laboratory but am presently working with Jeff Lichtman’s group and others to reconstruct the human fovea in three dimensions.
Benjamin Enke’s research is in behavioral, experimental, and cultural economics. Recent work focuses on bounded rationality and the effects of culture on economic decision-making.Read more about Benjamin Enke