Recommended Readings: Mary E. Hatten, Ph.D., Monday November 12, 2018

Monday Lectures

Monday, November 12, 2018  4:00 p.m.

Carson Family Auditorium

Mary E. Hatten, Ph.D.

Frederick P. Rose Professor and Head

Laboratory of Developmental Neurobiology

The Rockefeller University

Neuronal Migration and the Formation of the Cerebellar Circuitry

Recommended Readings:

Science News

Florian Rosado. Insights Into Autism From The Protein Modulator ASTN2. . RELIAWIRE

Empirical Articles

Behesti, Hourinaz; Fore, Taylor R.; Wu, Peter; et al. (2018). ASTN2 modulates synaptic strength by trafficking and degradation of surface proteins. PNAS. 115 (41): E9717-E9726

Govek, Eve-Ellen; Hatten, Mary E.; Van Aelst, Linda. (2011). The Role of Rho GTPase Proteins in CNS Neuronal Migration. DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY. 71 (6): 528-553

Wilson, Perrin M.; Fryer, Robert H.; Fang, Yin; et al. (2010). Astn2, A Novel Member of the Astrotactin Gene Family, Regulates the Trafficking of ASTN1 during Glial-Guided Neuronal Migration. JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. 30 (25): 8529-8540

Solecki, David J.; Trivedi, Niraj; Govek, Eve-Ellen; et al. (2009). Myosin II Motors and F-Actin Dynamics Drive the Coordinated Movement of the Centrosome and Soma during CNS Glial-Guided Neuronal Migration. NEURON. 63 (1): 63-80

Review Paper

Hatten, Mary E.; Roussel, Martine F. (2011). Development and cancer of the cerebellum. TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES. 34 (3): 134-142

Book Chapter

Roussel, Martine F.; Hatten, Mary E. (2011). CEREBELLUM: Development and Medulloblastoma. CANCER AND DEVELOPMENT. 94: 235-282

Recommended Readings: Yi Rao, Ph.D.

Friday Lecture Series

Molecular Sociophysiology of Sexual Preference

Yi Rao, Ph.D., investigator, National Institute of Biological Sciences;

dean, school of life sciences, Peking University, Beijing

May 11, 2012

3:45 p.m.-5:00 p.m. (Refreshments, 3:15 p.m., Abby Lounge)

Caspary Auditorium

 

Recommended Readings

Liu, Y., Y. -A Jiang, Y. Si, J. -Y Kim, Z. -F Chen, and Y. Rao. 2011. Molecular Regulation of Sexual Preference Revealed by Genetic Studies of 5-HT in the Brains of Male Mice. Nature 472 (7341): 95-100

Park, H. T., J. Wu, and Y. Rao. 2002. Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration. BioEssays 24 (9): 821-827

Park, K. W., C. M. Morrison, L. K. Sorensen, C. A. Jones, Y. Rao, C. -B Chien, J. Y. Wu, L. D. Urness, and D. Y. Li. 2003. Robo4 is a Vascular-Specific Receptor that Inhibits Endothelial Migration. Developmental Biology 261 (1): 251-267

Yuan, W., L. Zhou, J. -H Chen, J. Y. Wu, Y. Rao, and D. M. Ornitz. 1999. The Mouse SLIT Family: Secreted Ligands for ROBO Expressed in Patterns that Suggest a Role in Morphogenesis and Axon Guidance. Developmental Biology 212 (2): 290-306

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