Steven M. Reppert (born September 4, 1946) is an American neuroscientist known for his contributions to the fields of chronobiology and neuroethology. His research has focused primarily on the physiological, cellular, and molecular basis of circadian rhythms in mammals and more recently on the navigational mechanisms of migratory monarch butterflies. He is the Higgins Family Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and from 2001 to 2013 was the founding chair of the Department of Neurobiology. Reppert stepped down as chair in 2014 to focus exclusively on his research activities. He now holds the additional title of Distinguished Professor of Neurobiology.

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  • Steven M. Reppert (born September 4, 1946) is an American neuroscientist known for his contributions to the fields of chronobiology and neuroethology. His research has focused primarily on the physiological, cellular, and molecular basis of circadian rhythms in mammals and more recently on the navigational mechanisms of migratory monarch butterflies. He is the Higgins Family Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and from 2001 to 2013 was the founding chair of the Department of Neurobiology. Reppert stepped down as chair in 2014 to focus exclusively on his research activities. He now holds the additional title of Distinguished Professor of Neurobiology. (en)
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