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Paul Taghert

AAAS names 7 Washington University faculty as 2020 fellows

Posted on November 24, 2020

Four of the newly named fellows are School of Medicine faculty Read More

Posted in: Axon Injury & Repair, Clocks & Sleep, HPAN, Neurodegeneration, News Faculty: , ,

Morning and Evening Circadian Pacemakers Independently Drive Premotor Centers via a Specific Dopamine Relay

Posted on May 30, 2019

Xitong Liang, Margaret C.W. Ho, Yajun Zhang, Yulong Li, 6Mark N. Wu, Timothy E. Holy, Paul H. Taghert. Neuron, Volume 102, Issue 4, 22 May 2019, Pages 843-857.e4 Read More

Posted in: Clocks & Sleep, Lysosome, Publications Faculty: ,

A Series of Suppressive Signals within the Drosophila Circadian Neural Circuit Generates Sequential Daily Outputs

Posted on June 30, 2017

Xitong Liang, Timothy E Holy, Paul H. Taghert. Neuron, Volume 94, Issue 6, 21 June 2017, Pages 1173-1189.e4 Read More

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Taghert sheds light on the day-night cycle

Posted on February 29, 2016

From the WUSTL Newsroom… New research sheds light on how the rhythms of daily life are encoded in the brain. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered that different groups of neurons, those charged with keeping time, become active at different times of day despite being on the same molecular clock. The findings are published in Science. Life on Earth follows the rising and setting of the sun. Daily cycles have been … Read More Read More

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