Melina Hale

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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Nicole L. Neubarth research assistant 2008-2011 Chicago
Martin Y. Peek grad student University of Chicago/Janelia Farm
Dean H. Thorsen grad student 2006 Chicago
Hilary S. Bierman grad student 2002-2007 Chicago
Heather M. King grad student 2012 Chicago
Brett R. Aiello grad student 2012-2017 Chicago
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Henderson KW, Roche A, Menelaou E, et al. (2020) Hindbrain and Spinal Cord Contributions to the Cutaneous Sensory Innervation of the Larval Zebrafish Pectoral Fin. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 14: 581821
Hardy AR, Hale ME. (2020) Sensing the structural characteristics of surfaces: texture encoding by a bottom-dwelling fish. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 223
Katz HR, Menelaou E, Hale ME. (2020) Morphological and physiological properties of Rohon-Beard neurons along the zebrafish spinal cord. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Aiello BR, Olsen AM, Mathis CE, et al. (2019) Pectoral fin kinematics and motor patterns are shaped by fin ray mechanosensation during steady swimming in . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Stewart TA, Bonilla MM, Ho RK, et al. (2019) Adipose fin development and its relation to the evolutionary origins of median fins. Scientific Reports. 9: 512
Aiello BR, Hardy AR, Westneat MW, et al. (2018) Fins as mechanosensors for movement and touch-related behaviors. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Aiello BR, Hardy AR, Cherian C, et al. (2018) A comparison of pectoral fin ray morphology and its impact on fin ray flexural stiffness in labriform swimmers. Journal of Morphology
Aiello BR, Hardy AR, Cherian C, et al. (2017) The relationship between pectoral fin ray stiffness and swimming behavior in Labridae: insights into design, performance, and ecology. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Aiello BR, Westneat MW, Hale ME. (2017) Mechanosensation is evolutionarily tuned to locomotor mechanics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hale ME, Katz HR, Peek MY, et al. (2016) Neural circuits that drive startle behavior, with a focus on the Mauthner cells and spiral fiber neurons of fishes. Journal of Neurogenetics. 1-12
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