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Jin-Moo Lee

Genetic variants associated with Alzheimer’s disease confer different cerebral cortex cell-type population structure

Posted on June 15, 2018

Zeran Li, Jorge L. Del-Aguila, Umber Dube, John Budde, Rita Martinez, Kathleen Black, Qingli Xiao, Nigel J. Cairns, … Joseph D. Dougherty, Jin-Moo Lee, John C. Morris, Randall J. Bateman, Celeste M. Karch, Carlos Cruchaga and Oscar Harari. Genome Medicine, Volume 10, Issue 1, 8 June 2018, Article number 43 Read More

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Red cell exchange transfusions lower cerebral blood flow and oxygen extraction fraction in pediatric sickle cell anemia

Posted on June 1, 2018

Kristin P. Guilliams, Melanie E. Fields, Dustin K. Ragan, Cihat Eldeniz, Michael M. Binkley, Yasheng Chen, Liam S. Comiskey, Allan Doctor, Monica L. Hulbert, Joshua S. Shimony, Katie D. Vo, Robert C. McKinstry, Hongyu An, Jin-Moo Lee and Andria L. Ford. Blood, Volume 131, Issue 9, 1 March 2018, Pages 1012-1021 Read More

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Effective connectivity measured using optogenetically evoked hemodynamic signals exhibits topography distinct from resting state functional connectivity in the mouse

Posted on May 25, 2018

Adam Q Bauer, Andrew W Kraft, Grant A Baxter, Patrick W Wright, Matthew D Reisman, Annie R Bice, Jasmine J Park, Michael R Bruchas, Abraham Z Snyder, Jin-Moo Lee, Joseph P Culver. Cerebral Cortex, Volume 28, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 370-386 Read More

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Lee named Stupp Professor of Neurology

Posted on May 11, 2018

Physician-scientist recognized for work on stroke recovery Read More

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Stroke recovery improved by sensory deprivation, mouse study shows

Posted on February 1, 2018

Trimming animals’ whiskers activates brain to rewire damaged circuits after stroke Read More

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