Ian S Maze

Ian S Maze, PhD

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Pharmacological Sciences
  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Neuroscience

Research Topics:

Addiction, Behavior, Chromatin, Depression, Drug Design and Discovery, Gene Expressions, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience

Ian S. Maze, Ph.D., is a neurobiologist with extensive training in the molecular biology and chromatin biochemistry of histone regulation in the mammalian central nervous system. His multidisciplinary and integrative research involves the use of biochemical, biophysical, physiological and behavioral analyses to explore the molecular underpinnings of neurodevelopmental and adult cognitive and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Maze is actively investigating the brains of rodents and postmortem humans, as well as human iPSC-derived neurons, to uncover chromatin-based mechanisms of neurological disease.

Multi-Disciplinary Training Areas

Biophysics and Systems Pharmacology [BSP], Developmental and Stem Cell Biology [DSCB], Neuroscience [NEU]

Education

BS, The Ohio State University

PhD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Rockefeller University