Ali Deniz Guler, Ph.D.
|1999-2005||Biological Chemistry||Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States|
|2005-2008||Biology||Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD|
|2008-2013||Biochemistry||University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA|
|2013-||Biology||University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA|
Area:TRPVs, hypothalamic control
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|Denis RG, Joly-Amado A, Webber E, et al. (2015) Palatability Can Drive Feeding Independent of AgRP Neurons. Cell Metabolism|
|Walker MT, Rupp A, Elsaesser R, et al. (2015) RdgB2 is required for dim-light input into intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 3671-8|
|Pang Z, Sakamoto T, Tiwari V, et al. (2015) Selective keratinocyte stimulation is sufficient to evoke nociception in mice. Pain. 156: 656-65|
|Suli A, Guler AD, Raible DW, et al. (2014) A targeted gene expression system using the tryptophan repressor in zebrafish shows no silencing in subsequent generations. Development (Cambridge, England). 141: 1167-74|
|Soden ME, Jones GL, Sanford CA, et al. (2013) Disruption of dopamine neuron activity pattern regulation through selective expression of a human KCNN3 mutation. Neuron. 80: 997-1009|
|Quintana A, Sanz E, Wang W, et al. (2012) Lack of GPR88 enhances medium spiny neuron activity and alters motor- and cue-dependent behaviors. Nature Neuroscience. 15: 1547-55|
|Güler AD, Rainwater A, Parker JG, et al. (2012) Transient activation of specific neurons in mice by selective expression of the capsaicin receptor. Nature Communications. 3: 746|
|Altimus CM, Güler AD, Alam NM, et al. (2010) Rod photoreceptors drive circadian photoentrainment across a wide range of light intensities. Nature Neuroscience. 13: 1107-12|
|Lall GS, Revell VL, Momiji H, et al. (2010) Distinct contributions of rod, cone, and melanopsin photoreceptors to encoding irradiance. Neuron. 66: 417-28|
|Altimus CM, GÃ¼ler AD, Villa KL, et al. (2008) Rods-cones and melanopsin detect light and dark to modulate sleep independent of image formation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 19998-20003|