Michael Dickinson (biologist)

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Michael H. Dickinson (born 1963) is an American fly bioengineer and neuroscientist, and Zarem Professor of Biology and Bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology.[1][2] He studies Drosophila flight control systems and sensory processing.

He graduated from Brown University with a B.S. in 1984, and from University of Washington with a Ph.D. in 1989.[3] He was previously part of the faculty at the University of Chicago,[4] the University of California, Berkeley,[5] and the University of Washington.[6]

He is a Monitoring Editor at the Journal of Experimental Biology.[7] He was a course director of the Neural Systems and Behavior course at the Marine Biological Laboratory.[8]




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