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William Simon, Ph.D.

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Office: (585) 271-6462

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Biography

Research

Current interest is image processing applied to medical and biological data and application of information handling techniques to medical education. Prior areas of interest have been emission and transmission tomography and ultrasound. Collaborative work has included epidemiology of cancer due to radiation exposure and smoking, sodium and potassium transport and metabolic models of cell differentiation.

Email: Billsimon139@gmail.com

Credentials

Education

1950
BS | Carnegie Inst of Technology
Physics

1952
MA | Harvard University
Physics

1958
PhD | Harvard University
Physics

Publications

Journal Articles

5/4/2020
Kim HN, Langley MR, Simon WL, Yoon H, Kleppe L, Lanza IR, LeBrasseur NK, Matveyenko A, Scarisbrick IA. "A Western diet impairs CNS energy homeostasis and recovery after spinal cord injury: Link to astrocyte metabolism." Neurobiology of disease.. 2020 May 4; 141:104934. Epub 2020 May 04.

3/1/2020
Langley MR, Yoon H, Kim HN, Choi CI, Simon W, Kleppe L, Lanza IR, LeBrasseur NK, Matveyenko A, Scarisbrick IA. "High fat diet consumption results in mitochondrial dysfunction, oxidative stress, and oligodendrocyte loss in the central nervous system." Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease.. 2020 Mar 1; 1866(3):165630. Epub 2019 Dec 06.

2/12/2020
Yoon H, Choi CI, Triplet EM, Langley MR, Kleppe LS, Kim HN, Simon WL, Scarisbrick IA. "Blocking the Thrombin Receptor Promotes Repair of Demyelinated Lesions in the Adult Brain." The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience.. 2020 Feb 12; 40(7):1483-1500. Epub 2020 Jan 07.

Books & Chapters

2015
Book Title: Mathematical Techniques for Biology and Medicine
Author List: Simon, W
Published By: Dover Publications 2015

2011
Book Title: What Is This Thing Called e?
Author List: Simon, W
Published By: Simon Press 2011

2005
Chapter Title: Na+ Channel Reorganization in Demyelinated Axons
Book Title: Multiple Sclerosis as a Neuronal Disease
Author List: Shrager P, Simon W, Kazarinova-Noyes K
Edited By: Stephen G. Waxman
Published By: Elsevier Academic Press 2005

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