Annabelle C. Singer

Annabelle Singer

Assistant Professor

The central goal of Dr. Singer’s research program is to understand how neural activity produces memories and spurs the brain’s immune system. Dr. Singer’s research integrates innovative behavioral, electrophysiological, and computational methods to identify and restore failures in neural activity that lead to memory impairment. Dr. Singer has established and continues to develop a new therapeutic approach to Alzheimer’s disease, novel forms of non-invasive stimulation, and new ways to manipulate the brain’s immune system. Additionally, using non-invasive approaches, she is translating her discoveries from rodents to develop radically new ways to treat diseases that affect memory in humans.


Office Location:
UAW 3105


  • Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
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    College of Engineering
    Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering

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