Anne Brunet, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Genetics Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
neural stem cells, neurogenesis, aging
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Andrew McKay grad student 2014- Stanford
Robin Yeo grad student 2014- Stanford
Matthew Buckley grad student 2016- Stanford (PsychTree)
Lucy Xu grad student 2016- Stanford
G. Adam Reeves grad student 2017- Stanford
Saul A. Villeda grad student 2005-2007 Stanford
Eric L. Greer grad student 2005-2010 Stanford
Max Banko grad student 2006-2011 Stanford
Victoria Rafalski grad student 2006-2013 Stanford
Elizabeth Pollina grad student 2008-2014 Harvard Medical School
Dena Leeman grad student 2008-2015 Stanford
Bethany Schaffer grad student 2009-2015 Weill Cornell
Shuo Han grad student 2010-2017 Stanford
Jana Lim grad student 2011-2017 Stanford
Aaron Daugherty grad student 2013-2017 Stanford
Ben Dulken grad student 2014-2018 Stanford
Chi-Kuo Hu post-doc 2011- Stanford (Cell Biology Tree)
Lauren N. Booth post-doc 2012- Stanford (Chemistry Tree)
Salah Mahmoudi post-doc 2012- Stanford
Param Priya Singh post-doc 2014- Stanford
Xiaoai Zhao post-doc 2015- Stanford
Claire Bedbrook post-doc 2018- Stanford
Ravi Nath post-doc 2018- Stanford
Dervis Salih post-doc 2005-2012 UCL
Dario Valenzano post-doc 2006-2013 Max Planck Institute
Ashley E. Webb post-doc 2008-2013 Brown (Cell Biology Tree)
Travis Maures post-doc 2009-2014 Synthego
Duygu Ucar post-doc 2011-2014 Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
Elena Mancini post-doc 2010-2015 Stanford
Katja Hebestreit post-doc 2014-2016 Stanford
Berenice Benayoun post-doc 2011-2017 USC
Itamar Harel post-doc 2014-2018 University of Jerusalem
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Booth LN, Maures TJ, Yeo RW, et al. (2019) Self-sperm induce resistance to the detrimental effects of sexual encounters with males in hermaphroditic nematodes. Elife. 8
Dulken BW, Buckley MT, Navarro Negredo P, et al. (2019) Single-cell analysis reveals T cell infiltration in old neurogenic niches. Nature
Singh PP, Demmitt BA, Nath RD, et al. (2019) The Genetics of Aging: A Vertebrate Perspective. Cell. 177: 200-220
Benayoun BA, Pollina EA, Singh PP, et al. (2019) Remodeling of epigenome and transcriptome landscapes with aging in mice reveals widespread induction of inflammatory responses. Genome Research
Mahmoudi S, Xu L, Brunet A. (2019) Turning back time with emerging rejuvenation strategies. Nature Cell Biology. 21: 32-43
Contrepois K, Mahmoudi S, Ubhi BK, et al. (2018) Cross-Platform Comparison of Untargeted and Targeted Lipidomics Approaches on Aging Mouse Plasma. Scientific Reports. 8: 17747
Lim JP, Fehlauer H, Das A, et al. (2018) gLoss of CaMKI function disrupts salt aversive learning in . The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Leeman DS, Hebestreit K, Ruetz T, et al. (2018) Lysosome activation clears aggregates and enhances quiescent neural stem cell activation during aging. Science (New York, N.Y.). 359: 1277-1283
Hu CK, Brunet A. (2018) The African turquoise killifish: A research organism to study vertebrate aging and diapause. Aging Cell. e12757
Wagner JT, Singh PP, Romney AL, et al. (2018) The genome of Austrofundulus limnaeus offers insights into extreme vertebrate stress tolerance and embryonic development. Bmc Genomics. 19: 155
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