Jed S. Shumsky

Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Behavioral phamacology, Recovery from spinal cord injury, Attentional processing
"Jed Shumsky"
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Marshall CA, Brodnik ZD, Mortensen OV, et al. (2019) Selective activation of Dopamine D3 receptors and norepinephrine transporter blockade enhances sustained attention. Neuropharmacology. 148: 178-188
Ganzer PD, Beringer CR, Shumsky JS, et al. (2018) Serotonin receptor and dendritic plasticity in the spinal cord following chronic serotonergic pharmacotherapy combined with exercise following complete SCI in the adult rat. Experimental Neurology
Jin Y, Shumsky JS, Fischer I. (2018) Axonal regeneration of different tracts following transplants of human glial restricted progenitors into the injured spinal cord in rats. Brain Research
Jin Y, Bouyer J, Shumsky JS, et al. (2016) Transplantation of neural progenitor cells in chronic spinal cord injury. Neuroscience
Ganzer PD, Manohar A, Shumsky JS, et al. (2016) Therapy induces widespread reorganization of motor cortex after complete spinal transection that supports motor recovery. Experimental Neurology
Chu R, Shumsky J, Waterhouse BD. (2015) Differentiation of rodent behavioral phenotypes and methylphenidate action in sustained and flexible attention tasks. Brain Research
Foffani G, Shumsky J, Knudsen EB, et al. (2015) Interactive Effects Between Exercise and Serotonergic Pharmacotherapy on Cortical Reorganization After Spinal Cord Injury. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair
Bhattacharya SE, Shumsky JS, Waterhouse BD. (2015) Attention enhancing effects of methylphenidate are age-dependent. Experimental Gerontology. 61: 1-7
Dugan EA, Shumsky JS. (2014) A combination therapy of neural and glial restricted precursor cells and chronic quipazine treatment paired with passive cycling promotes quipazine-induced stepping in adult spinalized rats. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine
Singh A, Krisa L, Frederick KL, et al. (2014) Forelimb locomotor rating scale for behavioral assessment of recovery after unilateral cervical spinal cord injury in rats. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 226: 124-31
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