Miriam B. Goodman

Affiliations: 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
Sensory transduction, mechanotransduction
Website:
http://wormsense.stanford.edu
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Parents

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Jonathan J. Art grad student 1988-1995 Chicago
Shawn R. Lockery post-doc 1995-1997 University of Oregon
Martin Chalfie post-doc 1997-2001 Columbia

Children

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Austin L. Brown grad student 2003-2008 Stanford
Daniel Ramot grad student 2003-2008 Stanford
Brandon E. Johnson grad student 2004-2010 Stanford
Valeria Vasquez post-doc 2009-2014 School of medicine
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Fechner S, D'Alessandro I, Wang L, et al. (2021) DEG/ENaC/ASIC channels vary in their sensitivity to anti-hypertensive and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. The Journal of General Physiology. 153
Fechner S, Goodman MB. (2018) Synaptic Communication upon Gentle Touch. Neuron. 100: 1272-1274
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
Glauser DA, Goodman MB. (2016) Molecules empowering animals to sense and respond to temperature in changing environments. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 41: 92-98
Lockhead D, Schwarz EM, O'Hagan R, et al. (2016) The tubulin repertoire of C. elegans sensory neurons and its context-dependent role in process outgrowth. Molecular Biology of the Cell
Clandinin TR, Goodman MB. (2016) Grabbing brain activity on the go. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Eastwood AL, Sanzeni A, Petzold BC, et al. (2015) Tissue mechanics govern the rapidly adapting and symmetrical response to touch. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Katta S, Krieg M, Goodman MB. (2015) Feeling Force: Physical and Physiological Principles Enabling Sensory Mechanotransduction. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology. 31: 347-371
Kelley M, Yochem J, Krieg M, et al. (2015) FBN-1, a fibrillin-related protein, is required for resistance of the epidermis to mechanical deformation during C. elegans embryogenesis. Elife. 4
Krieg M, Dunn AR, Goodman MB. (2015) Mechanical systems biology of C. elegans touch sensation. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 37: 335-44
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