Troy Schmanke, PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, United States 
 Medical Education TCU-UNTHSC 
Area:
Neuroanatomy, brain and spinal cord injury, rehabilitation, education
Website:
http://www.braindamage.net
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Schmanke TD, Villablanca JR. (2001) A critical maturational period of reduced brain vulnerability to injury. A study of cerebral glucose metabolism in cats. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 131: 127-41
Villablanca JR, Schmanke TD, Crutcher HA, et al. (2000) The growth of the feline brain from fetal into adult life. II. A morphometric study of subcortical nuclei. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 122: 21-33
Villablanca JR, Schmanke TD, Lekht V, et al. (2000) The growth of the feline brain from late fetal into adult life. I. A morphometric study of the neocortex and white matter. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 122: 11-20
Schmanke TD, Villablanca JR. (1999) Regional age-dependent effects of hemineodecortication upon contralateral neocortical thickness: comparison with other measures of cortical size. Developmental Neuroscience. 21: 290-7
Villablanca JR, Schmanke TD, Hovda DA. (1999) Effects of a restricted unilateral neocortical lesion upon cerebral glucose and oxidative metabolisms in fetal and neonatal cats. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 117: 1-13
King BH, Cromwell HC, Lee HT, et al. (1998) Dopaminergic and glutamatergic interactions in the expression of self-injurious behavior. Developmental Neuroscience. 20: 180-7
Schmanke TD, Villablanca JR, Lekht V, et al. (1998) A critical period for reduced brain vulnerability to developmental injury. II. Volumetric study of the neocortex and thalamus in cats. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 105: 325-37
Villablanca JR, Carlson-Kuhta P, Schmanke TD, et al. (1998) A critical maturational period of reduced brain vulnerability to developmental injury. I. Behavioral studies in cats. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 105: 309-24
Schmanke T, Barth TM. (1997) Amphetamine and task-specific practice augment recovery of vibrissae-evoked forelimb placing after unilateral sensorimotor cortical injury in the rat. Journal of Neurotrauma. 14: 459-68
Schmanke T, Villablanca J. (1997) Application of the adhesive batch test of sensorimotor function to a feline model of neocorticall injury Developmental Brain Dysfunction. 10: 20-27
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