Timothy W. Schwanitz majored in English and Entomology at Rutgers University, where he completed an English honors thesis on the relationship between science and American Transcendentalist literature. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Neuroscience in the lab of Lindy McBride at Princeton University. His project is to make a partial molecular atlas for the antennal lobe of Aedes aegypti. He is interested in anything insect related, especially insect neurobiology.
The unique synaptic circuitry of specialized olfactory glomeruli in Drosophila melanogaster
Aversive bimodal associations impact visual and olfactory memory performance in Drosophila
A spatial map of antennal-expressed olfactory ionotropic receptors in the malaria mosquito
Can the Insect Path Integration Memory be a Bump Attractor?