Richard M. Albistegui-DuBois
Assistant Professor of Physiology
Life Sciences department
I received my Ph.D. in Neuroscience from UCLA in 2004. My dissertation research was done under Dr. Mark S. Cohen, in the UCLA Brain Mapping division. We conducted experiments involving fMRI of individuals undergoing several weeks of inverted vision.
I am now an assistant professor of physiology at Palomar College.
My wife, Ellen Albistegui-DuBois, has a great deal of knowledge of musicology, music history, and the performance of early music. In addition, she teaches preschool in Carlsbad, California.
I have two children, Kieran (6 years old) and Xavier (3 years old).
Links to Stuff I Think Is Cool
Page last updated January 23, 2007.
- Palomar Life Sciences department A great place to work.
- UCLA Neuroscience IDP The official web site for an extraordinary group. If you're thinking
of pursuing a degree in neuroscience, this is worth your time.
- UCLA Brain Mapping Division Home and informational page for the research group to which I
used to belong.
- MRI Basics A very well made tutorial on how MRI actually works, from basics
to very advanced topics.
- The Cephalopod Page A well-organized and comprehensive guide to our many-armed, surprisingly
smart, and utterly fascinating friends: octopus, squid, cuttlefish,
- Senior Ease A web-based business providing devices which help seniors and others maintain dignity and independence.
Run by my very own mother.
- The official LEGO home page The best toys in the world.
- www.lugnet.com An excellent LEGO resource page, with pictures, guides, and the
Lego Site of the Week.
- The Onion A fine piece of satire. Often screamingly funny.
- The Ironic Times Another good news satire.
- Picture Gallery Various photos of myself, Ellen, our sons, and others.