Wade G. Regehr

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Neurobiology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechETD:etd-11092007-084226

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Parents

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Jerome Pine grad student 1988 Caltech
 (Neuron-microdevice connections )
David B. Rutledge grad student 1988 Caltech
Clay M. Armstrong post-doc Penn
David W. Tank post-doc Princeton

Children

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Justin Brousseau research assistant 2011-2011 HHMI
Chimuanya Kween Agba research assistant 2017-2017
Leannah N Newman research assistant 2017-2020 Harvard Medical School
Chong Guo grad student Harvard
Kaspar Vogt grad student University of Basel
Mehak M. Khan grad student 2017- Harvard Medical School
Bernardo L. Sabatini grad student 1994-1998 Harvard Medical School
Jeremy Samuel Dittman grad student 2000 Harvard
Pradeep P. Atluri grad student 1993-2000 Harvard
Adam G. Carter grad student 2002 Harvard
Anatol C. Kreitzer grad student 1998-2002 Harvard
Kelly A. Foster grad student 1999-2004 Harvard
Patrick K. Safo grad student 2006 Harvard
Michael H. Myoga grad student 2011 Harvard
Monica S. Thanawala grad student 2014 Harvard
Yunxiang Chu grad student 2009-2014 Harvard
Christopher Weyrer grad student 2015-2017 Harvard Medical School
Josef Turecek grad student 2014-2019 Harvard Medical School
Miklos Antal post-doc Harvard Medical School
Aaron R. Best post-doc Harvard
Dawn Blitz post-doc Harvard Medical School
Stephan D. Brenowitz post-doc Harvard
Solange P. Brown post-doc Harvard
Megan R. Carey post-doc Harvard
Court Hull post-doc Harvard Medical School
Skyler L. Jackman post-doc Harvard Medical School
Isabelle  M. Mintz post-doc Harvard Medical School
Richard Todd Pressler post-doc
Stephanie Rudolph post-doc HMS
John J. Crowley post-doc 2004- Harvard Medical School
Chih-Chieh Wang post-doc 2013- Harvard Medical School
Christopher H. Chen post-doc 2016- Harvard
Kyung-Seok Han post-doc 2017- Harvard Medical School
Chinfei Chen post-doc 1996-2000 Harvard Medical School
Matthew A. Xu-Friedman post-doc 1997-2004 Harvard Medical School
Takashi R. Sato post-doc 2003-2004 Harvard Medical School
Michael Beierlein post-doc 2002-2007 Harvard Medical School
Diasynou (Diasinou) Fioravante post-doc 2006-2014 Harvard Medical School
Laurens Witter post-doc 2013-2016 Harvard Medical School
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Kozareva V, Martin C, Osorno T, et al. (2022) Author Correction: A transcriptomic atlas of mouse cerebellar cortex comprehensively defines cell types. Nature
Guo C, Huson V, Macosko EZ, et al. (2021) Graded heterogeneity of metabotropic signaling underlies a continuum of cell-intrinsic temporal responses in unipolar brush cells. Nature Communications. 12: 5491
Kozareva V, Martin C, Osorno T, et al. (2021) A transcriptomic atlas of mouse cerebellar cortex comprehensively defines cell types. Nature. 598: 214-219
Weyrer C, Turecek J, Harrison B, et al. (2021) Introduction of synaptotagmin 7 promotes facilitation at the climbing fiber to Purkinje cell synapse. Cell Reports. 36: 109719
Guo C, Rudolph S, Neuwirth ME, et al. (2021) Purkinje cell outputs selectively inhibit a subset of unipolar brush cells in the input layer of the cerebellar cortex. Elife. 10
Wang CC, Weyrer C, Fioravante D, et al. (2021) Presynaptic short-term plasticity persists in the absence of PKC phosphorylation of Munc18-1. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Turecek J, Regehr WG. (2020) Cerebellar and vestibular nuclear synapses in the inferior olive have distinct release kinetics and neurotransmitters. Elife. 9
Rudolph S, Guo C, Pashkovski SL, et al. (2020) Cerebellum-Specific Deletion of the GABA Receptor δ Subunit Leads to Sex-Specific Disruption of Behavior. Cell Reports. 33: 108338
Han KS, Chen CH, Khan MM, et al. (2020) Climbing fiber synapses rapidly and transiently inhibit neighboring Purkinje cells via ephaptic coupling. Nature Neuroscience
Neubarth NL, Emanuel AJ, Liu Y, et al. (2020) Meissner corpuscles and their spatially intermingled afferents underlie gentle touch perception. Science (New York, N.Y.). 368
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