David P. Corey

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Ion channels, hair cells
Website:
http://corey.med.harvard.edu
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Bio:

http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~biophys/David_P_Corey.htm
http://www.hhmi.org/scientists/david-p-corey

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Parents

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Ann E. Stuart research assistant 1974-1975 Harvard Medical School
A. James Hudspeth grad student 1980 Caltech
Charles F. Stevens post-doc Yale

Children

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Geoffrey A. Kerchner research assistant 1992-1994 Harvard Medical School/ MGH
Scott F. Owen research assistant 2002-2004 Harvard Medical School
Mounir Ahmad Koussa grad student 2011- Harvard University, HHMI
Eric M. Mulhall grad student 2015- Harvard Medical School
Ben A. Barres grad student 1984-1990 Harvard Medical School
John A. Assad grad student 1985-1991 Harvard Medical School
Gordon M. G. Shepherd grad student 1986-1993 Harvard Medical School
Jesus Adrian Garcia grad student 2001 Harvard
Richard B. MacDonald grad student 1994-2001 Harvard Medical School
Eunice Lap Cheung grad student 2003 Harvard
Adam Paul Christensen grad student 2009 Harvard
Nurunisa Akyuz post-doc Harvard Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
Artur Indzhykulian post-doc Harvard Medical School (CSD Tree)
K. Domenica Karavitaki post-doc Harvard Medical School
Walter J. Koroshetz post-doc 1984-1987 Harvard Medical School
Stephen C. Cannon post-doc 1990-1994 Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital
Emily R. Liman post-doc 1994-1999 Harvard Medical School/HHMI
Jeffrey R. Holt post-doc 1995-2001 Harvard Medical School/ MGH
Gwenaelle S.G. Geleoc post-doc 1999-2001 Harvard Medical School - BWH
Jaime García-Añoveros post-doc 1995-2002 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Anne Duggan post-doc 1998-2002 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Melissa A. Vollrath post-doc 2002-2008 Harvard Medical School
Kelvin Y. Kwan post-doc 2003-2008
Medha M. Pathak post-doc 2006-2010 Harvard Medical School
Valeria Piazza post-doc 2006-2010 Harvard Medical School
Jun Shen post-doc 2003-2012 Harvard Medical School
Roxanna M. Webber post-doc 2006-2012 Harvard Medical School
Marcos M. Sotomayor post-doc 2013 Harvard Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
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György B, Meijer EJ, Ivanchenko MV, et al. (2019) Gene Transfer with AAV9-PHP.B Rescues Hearing in a Mouse Model of Usher Syndrome 3A and Transduces Hair Cells in a Non-human Primate. Molecular Therapy. Methods & Clinical Development. 13: 1-13
Corey DP, Akyuz N, Holt JR. (2018) Function and Dysfunction of TMC Channels in Inner Ear Hair Cells. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine
Pan B, Akyuz N, Liu XP, et al. (2018) TMC1 Forms the Pore of Mechanosensory Transduction Channels in Vertebrate Inner Ear Hair Cells. Neuron. 99: 736-753.e6
Krey JF, Scheffer DI, Choi D, et al. (2018) Mass spectrometry quantitation of proteins from small pools of developing auditory and vestibular cells. Scientific Data. 5: 180128
Avenarius MR, Krey JF, Dumont RA, et al. (2017) Heterodimeric capping protein is required for stereocilia length and width regulation. The Journal of Cell Biology
György B, Sage C, Indzhykulian AA, et al. (2017) Rescue of Hearing by Gene Delivery to Inner-Ear Hair Cells Using Exosome-Associated AAV. Molecular Therapy : the Journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy
Rivera-Monroy J, Musiol L, Unthan-Fechner K, et al. (2016) Mice lacking WRB reveal differential biogenesis requirements of tail-anchored proteins in vivo. Scientific Reports. 6: 39464
Christensen AP, Akyuz N, Corey DP. (2016) The Outer Pore and Selectivity Filter of TRPA1. Plos One. 11: e0166167
Corey DP, Holt JR. (2016) Are TMCs the Mechanotransduction Channels of Vertebrate Hair Cells? The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 10921-10926
Asadnia M, Kottapalli AG, Karavitaki KD, et al. (2016) From Biological Cilia to Artificial Flow Sensors: Biomimetic Soft Polymer Nanosensors with High Sensing Performance. Scientific Reports. 6: 32955
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