The Neuroscience Graduate Program at the University of Rochester recruits and matriculates the highest quality students from around the United States and from all parts of the world. They participate in a rigorous neuroscience curriculum, attend national and international meetings, and contribute to cutting edge research. Many of our students have published manuscripts in high profile international journals and present abstracts at a host of large and small scientific meetings. In addition, our students participate as members of the curriculum, admissions and colloquium committees, and annually present their ongoing research to fellow students and to the neuroscience community as a whole.
- Effects of traumatic brain injury on reactive astrogliosis and seizures in mouse models of Alexander disease. Brain Res. 1582, 211-9. (2014 Sep 25).
- Development of Retinal Amacrine Cells and Their Dendritic Stratification. Curr Ophthalmol Rep. 2, 100-106. (2014 Sep 01).
- Interleukin-1β mediated amyloid plaque clearance is independent of CCR2 signaling in the APP/PS1 mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. Neurobiol Dis. 69, 124-33. (2014 Sep 01).