Sam F. Cooke, PhD

Affiliations: 
2016- Basic and Clinical Neurosciences King's College (London), London, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Synaptic plasticity, learning and memory
Website:
https://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/bcn/our-research/cells-behaviour/cooke-experience-dependent-plasticity
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Christopher H. Yeo grad student 1998-2001 UCL
Mark F. Bear post-doc 2006- MIT
 (LTP/LTD and memory)
Tim Bliss post-doc 2002-2006 NIMR
 (LTP)
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Kim T, Chaloner FA, Cooke SF, et al. (2019) Opposing Somatic and Dendritic Expression of Stimulus-Selective Response Plasticity in Mouse Primary Visual Cortex. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 13: 555
Bear MF, Cooke SF, Giese KP, et al. (2018) In memoriam: John Lisman - commentaries on CaMKII as a memory molecule. Molecular Brain. 11: 76
Kaplan ES, Cooke SF, Komorowski RW, et al. (2016) Contrasting roles for parvalbumin-expressing inhibitory neurons in two forms of adult visual cortical plasticity. Elife. 5
Cooke SF, Bear MF. (2015) Visual recognition memory: a view from V1. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 35: 57-65
Cooke SF, Komorowski RW, Kaplan ES, et al. (2015) Erratum: Visual recognition memory, manifested as long-term habituation, requires synaptic plasticity in V1. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 926
Cooke SF, Komorowski RW, Kaplan ES, et al. (2015) Visual recognition memory, manifested as long-term habituation, requires synaptic plasticity in V1. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 262-71
Cooke SF, Bear MF. (2015) Visual recognition memory: A view from V1 Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 35: 57-65
Plattner F, Hernández A, Kistler TM, et al. (2014) Memory enhancement by targeting Cdk5 regulation of NR2B. Neuron. 81: 1070-83
Cooke SF, Bear MF. (2014) How the mechanisms of long-term synaptic potentiation and depression serve experience-dependent plasticity in primary visual cortex. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 369: 20130284
Cooke SF, Bear MF. (2012) Stimulus-selective response plasticity in the visual cortex: an assay for the assessment of pathophysiology and treatment of cognitive impairment associated with psychiatric disorders. Biological Psychiatry. 71: 487-95
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