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Eleni Gourgou

Eleni Gourgou

Associate Research Scientist, Mechanical Engineering

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Address

2658 GGB
2350 Hayward, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Email: egourgou@umich.edu
Phone: (734) 936-2423

Research Interests

Neurobiology of memory and learning, emphasis on spatial learning and aging-driven decline; Behavioral neurogenetics and neuronal basis of behavior; Development of controlled, engineered microenvironments to interrogate the nervous system; Mathematical models of neuronal networks; Locomotion dynamics; Customized 3D printing of hydrogels; Technology (3D printing, microfluidics, nanoparticles) and engineering (image processing, computer vision, data analytics) coupled with neurobiology; Multi-scale dynamics of biological systems, emphasis on neurons and neuronal circuits; Neuronal physiology and calcium dynamics; Cell physiology, signal transduction and stress; Arts/Science integration.

Faculty Type

Research

Related News

Research by ME Associate Research Scientist’s group cited as being of “primal importance” to study of spatial learning
06/20/2022
In a recent commentary, published in the European Journal of Neuroscience (EJN, May 2022), research conducted by the Gourgou group at the University of Michigan was cited as being of “primal importance" to study of spatial learning.

ME faculty promotions approved by Regents
05/23/2022
The Regents of the University of Michigan have approved the promotions of four ME faculty.

Eyeless nematodes navigating mazes give researchers clues into aging process
05/27/2021
How can worms, mazes, and food deprivation help us understand aging? Read more about it in the latest research from this collaborative U-M team. 

2021 Willie Hobbs Moore Achievement Awarded to Two ME Faculty
03/22/2021
The Willie Hobbs Moore Awards recognizes individuals in STEM whose achievements encourage and inspire others to achieve their goals. 

Gourgou receives NIH K01 Career Development Award
07/25/2018
Her proposal is titled “Deciphering aging-driven cognitive decline in C. elegans spatial memory and learning through an interdisciplinary approach”.