Congratulations to our recent thesis defenders!

Originally published Winter 2010.

Stephen Collins‐12/21‐ Stephen Warren
Assessment of the clinical impact of sequence variants in the FMR1 gene

Nathan Schulteiss‐12/18‐Dieter Jaeger
Intrinsic and Synaptic Determinants of Spike Timing Revealed by Phase Response Analyses of a Morphological Globus Pallidus Neuron Model

John Rolston‐11/16‐Steve Potter, Robert Gross
Multielectrode interactions with the intact and epileptic brain

Lindsey Fischer‐11/16‐Jonathan Glass
Cu,Zn‐Superoxide Dismutase (SOD1) and Oxidative Stress in the Pathogenesis of Axonal Degeneration

Milos Cekic ‐9/23‐Don Stein
Progesterone, Vitamin D, and the Acute Inflammatory Response After Traumatic Brain Injury in the Aged Rat

Yair Gozal‐8/27‐Jim Lah, Allan Levey
Identification and characterization of disease‐associated proteins in frontotemporal lobar degeneration

Rebecca Rosen‐7/9‐Lary Walker
Characterization of Naturally Occurring, Pathogenic and Benign Ab Multimers (Why don’t monkeys get Alzheimer’s disease?)


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