Tarik F. Haydar

Affiliations: 
Anatomy and Neurobiology Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA 
Area:
Down syndrome, Forebrain Development
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Dierssen M, Herault Y, Helguera P, et al. (2021) Building the Future Therapies for Down Syndrome: The Third International Conference of the T21 Research Society. Molecular Syndromology. 12: 202-218
Shelton SM, Soucy AR, Kurzion R, et al. (2021) Forebrain neural precursor cells are differentially vulnerable to Zika virus infection. Eneuro
Shaw PR, Klein JA, Aziz NM, et al. (2020) Longitudinal neuroanatomical and behavioral analyses show phenotypic drift and variability in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome. Disease Models & Mechanisms
Shaw PR, Haydar TF. (2020) Mitigating Cognitive Deficits in Down Syndrome by Managing Microglia Activation. Neuron. 108: 799-800
Li Z, Tyler WA, Zeldich E, et al. (2020) Transcriptional priming as a conserved mechanism of lineage diversification in the developing mouse and human neocortex. Science Advances. 6
Shaw PR, Klein JA, Aziz NM, et al. (2020) Longitudinal neuroanatomical and behavioral analyses show phenotypic drift and variability in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome. Disease Models & Mechanisms
Li Z, Tyler WA, Haydar TF. (2020) Lessons from single cell sequencing in CNS cell specification and function. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 65: 138-143
Haydar TF. (2020) Neurogenesis, Myelination, and Circuitry: The Case for a Distributed Therapeutic Regimen in Down Syndrome. American Journal On Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 125: 100-102
Herault Y, Mobley W, Haydar T. (2020) Decision letter: A non-mosaic transchromosomic mouse model of Down syndrome carrying the long arm of human chromosome 21 Elife
Aziz NM, Klein JA, Brady MR, et al. (2019) Spatiotemporal development of spinal neuronal and glial populations in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 11: 35
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