David D. Ginty

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
signaling, neurotrophins, development, trophic factors
Website:
http://www.hhmi.org/research/investigators/ginty_bio.html
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Christopher M. Davenport research assistant 1998-2000 Johns Hopkins
Krissy A. Lyon research assistant 2012-2014
Joshua Paul Head research assistant 2014-2016 Harvard Medical School
Alexis Andrie Toliver research assistant 2015-2017 Harvard Medical School
Jacqueline Rose Mosko research assistant 2016-2019 Harvard Medical School
Ilayda Alkislar research assistant 2019-2022 Harvard Medical School
Brian A. Pierchala grad student Johns Hopkins Medical School
Yang Zheng grad student 2012- Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/ Harvard Medical School
Nicole L. Neubarth grad student 2013- Harvard
Lijun Qi grad student 2019- Harvard Medical School
Erica G. Rowe Urquhart grad student 2000 Johns Hopkins
Sohyun Ahn grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Andrew A. Pieper grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Xiaozhong Qian grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Haihong Ye grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
Amar Sahay grad student 1998-2004 Johns Hopkins
Bonnie E. Lonze grad student 2005 Johns Hopkins
Larry Zweifel grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Natalia O. Glebova grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Janna Merte grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Sasrutha R. Wickramasinghe grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Coryse St. Hillaire grad student 2010 Johns Hopkins
Ting Guo grad student 2011 Johns Hopkins
Michael Rutlin grad student 2011 Johns Hopkins
Caitlin Engelhard grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
Lishi Li grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
Ling Bai grad student 2010-2017 Johns Hopkins
Victoria E. Abraira post-doc Johns Hopkins Medical School
Chenghua Gu post-doc Johns Hopkins Medical School
Rejji Kuruvilla post-doc Johns Hopkins
Brendan Peltonen Lehnert post-doc Harvard Medical School
Kevin M. Wright post-doc 2006- Johns Hopkins Medical School
Qingguang Jiang post-doc 2008- Johns Hopkins
Amanda L. Zimmerman post-doc 2011- Johns Hopkins Medical School
Seungwon Choi post-doc 2014-
Shan Meltzer post-doc 2017- Harvard Medical School
Annie Handler post-doc 2019- Harvard Medical School
Josef Turecek post-doc 2019- Harvard Medical School
Sarah Ashley Low post-doc 2020- HMS
Christopher D. Deppmann post-doc 2003-2009 Johns Hopkins
Wenqin Luo post-doc 2006-2011 Johns Hopkins Medical School
Lauren Orefice post-doc 2014-2018 Harvard Medical School
Alan J. Emanuel post-doc 2016-2022 Harvard Medical School
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Zhang D, Turecek J, Choi S, et al. (2024) C-LTMRs mediate wet dog shakes via the spinoparabrachial pathway. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Qi L, Iskols M, Greenberg RS, et al. (2024) Krause corpuscles are genital vibrotactile sensors for sexual behaviours. Nature. 630: 926-934
Huey EL, Turecek J, Delisle MM, et al. (2024) The auditory midbrain mediates tactile vibration sensing. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Qi L, Iskols M, Shi D, et al. (2024) A mouse DRG genetic toolkit reveals morphological and physiological diversity of somatosensory neuron subtypes. Cell
Rankin G, Chirila AM, Emanuel AJ, et al. (2024) Nerve injury disrupts temporal processing in the spinal cord dorsal horn through alterations in PV interneurons. Cell Reports. 43: 113718
Tasnim A, Alkislar I, Hakim R, et al. (2024) The developmental timing of spinal touch processing alterations predicts behavioral changes in genetic mouse models of autism spectrum disorders. Nature Neuroscience
Santiago C, Sharma N, Africawala N, et al. (2023) Activity-dependent development of the body's touch receptors. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Turecek J, Ginty DD. (2023) Coding of self and environment by Pacinian neurons in freely moving animals. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Handler A, Zhang Q, Pang S, et al. (2023) Three-dimensional reconstructions of mechanosensory end organs suggest a unifying mechanism underlying dynamic, light touch. Neuron
Koutsioumpa C, Santiago C, Jacobs K, et al. (2023) Skin-type-dependent development of murine mechanosensory neurons. Developmental Cell
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