Loren Janes Schmidt

Affiliations: 
Neurosciences Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
Area:
Olfactory bulb
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Horace Romano Harré research assistant 2003-2006 American University (Philosophy Tree)
 (Courses studied included: Ethics, Wittgenstein, Cognitive Science)
Robert Irwin Henkin research assistant 2006-2008
Ben W. Strowbridge grad student 2008-2014 Case Western
Dawn M. Taylor post-doc 2014-2015 Cleveland Clinic Foundation
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Schmidt LJ, Strowbridge BW. (2014) Modulation of olfactory bulb network activity by serotonin: synchronous inhibition of mitral cells mediated by spatially localized GABAergic microcircuits. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 21: 406-16
Henkin RI, Schmidt L, Velicu I. (2013) Interleukin 6 in hyposmia. Jama Otolaryngology-- Head & Neck Surgery. 139: 728-34
Henkin RI, Schmidt LJ, Velicu I. (2013) Interleukin 6 in hyposmia Jama Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery. 139: 728-734
Henkin RI, Velicu I, Schmidt L. (2011) Relative resistance to oral theophylline treatment in patients with hyposmia manifested by decreased secretion of nasal mucus cyclic nucleotides. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 341: 17-22
Henkin RI, Velciu I, Schmidt LJ. (2011) Relative resistance to oral theophylline treatment in patients with hyposmia manifested by decreased secretion of nasal mucus cyclic nucleotides The American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 341: 17-22
Henkin RI, Velicu I, Schmidt L. (2009) An open-label controlled trial of theophylline for treatment of patients with hyposmia. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 337: 396-406
Henkin RI, Velicu I, Schmidt LJ. (2009) An open-label controlled trial of theophylline for treatment of patients with hyposmia The American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 337: 396-406
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