Sabhya Rana

2014- Neurobiology of Disease, Biomedical Engineering and Physiology Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, United States 
Spinal Cord Injury, Neurotrauma, Neuroplasticity, Neuromotor control of breathing
"Sabhya Rana"
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Marquis P. Vawter research assistant 2009-2010 UC Irvine
Hans Keirstead research assistant 2010-2012 UC Irvine
Oswald Steward research assistant 2010-2013 UC Irvine
Carlos B. Mantilla grad student 2014-2019 Mayo Clinic
Carlos B. Mantilla grad student 2014-2019 Mayo Clinic
Gary C. Sieck grad student 2014-2019 Mayo Clinic
Gary C. Sieck grad student 2014-2019 Mayo Clinic
David D. Fuller post-doc 2019- University of Florida
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Doyle BM, Singer ML, Fleury-Curado T, et al. (2021) Gene delivery to the hypoglossal motor system: preclinical studies and translational potential. Gene Therapy
Fogarty MJ, Rana S, Mantilla CB, et al. (2021) Quantifying Mitochondrial Volume Density in Phrenic Motor Neurons. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 109093
Gaire J, Varholick JA, Rana S, et al. (2021) Spiny mouse (Acomys): an emerging research organism for regenerative medicine with applications beyond the skin. Npj Regenerative Medicine. 6: 1
Pareja-Cajiao M, Gransee HM, Stowe JM, et al. (2020) Age-related impairment of autophagy in cervical motor neurons. Experimental Gerontology. 111193
Rana S, Zhan WZ, Mantilla CB, et al. (2020) Disproportionate loss of excitatory inputs to smaller phrenic motor neurons following cervical spinal hemisection. The Journal of Physiology
Rana S, Sieck, GC, et al. (2019) Heterogeneous Glutamatergic Receptor mRNA Expression across Phrenic Motor Neurons in Rats Journal of Neurochemistry
Rana S, Mantilla CB, Sieck GC. (2019) Glutamatergic Input Varies with Phrenic Motor Neuron Size. Journal of Neurophysiology
Khurram OU, Fogarty MJ, Rana S, et al. (2018) Diaphragm muscle function following mid-cervical contusion injury in rats. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985)
Rana S, Sieck GC, Mantilla CB. (2016) Diaphragm Electromyographic Activity following Unilateral Mid-Cervical Contusion Injury in Rats. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00727.2016
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