Ellen A. Lumpkin, Phd

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX 
 Columbia University, New York, NY 
Sensory Physiology, Biophysics/ion Channels, Synapses and Circuits, Cell Specification and Differentiation, Mechanosensory Transduction in Mammalian Touch Receptors
"Ellen Lumpkin"
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Corey M. Webster research assistant 2005-2006
Aislyn M. Nelson grad student 2008- Baylor
Blair Jenkins grad student 2013- Columbia University Medical School
Rachel C. Clary grad student 2014- Columbia
Henry Haeberle grad student 2008 UCSF
Scott A. Wellnitz grad student 2006-2010 Baylor
Kara L. Marshall grad student 2010-2016 Columbia
Yalda Moayedi research scientist 2014- Columbia


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David Julius collaborator UCSF
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Jenkins BA, Fontecilla NM, Lu CP, et al. (2019) The cellular basis of mechanosensory Merkel-cell innervation during development. Elife. 8
Moayedi Y, Greenberg SA, Jenkins BA, et al. (2018) Camphor white oil induces tumor regression through cytotoxic T cell-dependent mechanisms. Molecular Carcinogenesis
Hoffman BU, Baba Y, Griffith TN, et al. (2018) Merkel Cells Activate Sensory Neural Pathways through Adrenergic Synapses. Neuron
Hoffman BU, Lumpkin EA. (2018) A gut feeling. Science (New York, N.Y.). 361: 1203-1204
Moayedi Y, Duenas-Bianchi LF, Lumpkin EA. (2018) Somatosensory innervation of the oral mucosa of adult and aging mice. Scientific Reports. 8: 9975
Gerling GJ, Wan L, Hoffman BU, et al. (2018) Computation predicts rapidly adapting mechanotransduction currents cannot account for tactile encoding in Merkel cell-neurite complexes. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006264
Hill RZ, Hoffman BU, Morita T, et al. (2018) The signaling lipid sphingosine 1-phosphate regulates mechanical pain. Elife. 7
Jenkins BA, Lumpkin EA. (2017) Developing a sense of touch. Development (Cambridge, England). 144: 4078-4090
Marshall KL, Clary RC, Baba Y, et al. (2016) Touch Receptors Undergo Rapid Remodeling in Healthy Skin. Cell Reports. 17: 1719-1727
Wang Y, Baba Y, Lumpkin EA, et al. (2016) Computational modeling indicates that surface pressure can be reliably conveyed to tactile receptors even amidst changes in skin mechanics. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00624.2015
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