Arshad M. Khan, M.S. (Biochemistry), Ph.D. (Neuroscience)

2011- Biological Sciences University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX, United States 
neuroendocrine systems, ingestive behaviors, energy balance, signal transduction, MAP kinases, Src kinases, NMDA receptors, catecholaminergic systems, hypoglycemia
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John H. Ashe grad student 1992-2002 UC Riverside
 (John Ashe served on A. Khan's dissertation committee)
Glenn I. Hatton grad student 1992-2002 UC Riverside
 (Glenn Hatton served on A. Khan's dissertation committee, and A. Khan also was on a research rotation in his laboratory)
Glenn Stanley grad student 1992-2002 UC Riverside
 (Lateral hypothalamic NMDA receptor subunits, tyrosine kinases and tyrosine phosphorylation in the central stimulation of eating.)
Alan G. Watts post-doc 2002-2007 USC, Neuroscience Research Institute
Alan G. Watts research scientist 2007-2010 USC, Neuroscience Research Institute


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Sarah Chenausky grad student 2013- UT El Paso
Kenichiro Negishi grad student 2014- UT El Paso
Briana E. Pinales grad student 2014- UT El Paso
Eduardo Peru grad student 2015- UT El Paso
Alex Arnal grad student 2017- UT El Paso
Vanessa Navarro grad student 2017- UT El Paso
Jose Perez grad student 2018- UT El Paso
Marina Peveto grad student 2018- UT El Paso
Geronimo Tapia grad student 2018- UT El Paso
Berenise De Haro grad student 2013-2015 UT El Paso
Anais Martinez grad student 2011-2017 UT El Paso
Ellen M. Walker grad student 2011-2017 UT El Paso
Claire Eugenia Wells grad student 2012-2017 UT El Paso
Alice E. Hernandez grad student 2015-2017 UT El Paso
Daniel F. Hughes grad student 2013-2018 UT El Paso
Christina D'Arcy post-doc 2017-
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Khan AM, Grant AH, Martinez A, et al. (2018) Mapping Molecular Datasets Back to the Brain Regions They are Extracted from: Remembering the Native Countries of Hypothalamic Expatriates and Refugees. Advances in Neurobiology. 21: 101-193
Khan AM, Perez JG, Wells CE, et al. (2018) Computer Vision Evidence Supporting Craniometric Alignment of Rat Brain Atlases to Streamline Expert-Guided, First-Order Migration of Hypothalamic Spatial Datasets Related to Behavioral Control. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 12: 7
Hughes DF, Tolley KA, Behangana M, et al. (2017) Cryptic diversity in Rhampholeon boulengeri (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae), a pygmy chameleon from the Albertine Rift biodiversity hotspot. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Hughes DF, Walker EM, Gignac PM, et al. (2016) Rescuing Perishable Neuroanatomical Information from a Threatened Biodiversity Hotspot: Remote Field Methods for Brain Tissue Preservation Validated by Cytoarchitectonic Analysis, Immunohistochemistry, and X-Ray Microcomputed Tomography. Plos One. 11: e0155824
Zséli G, Vida B, Martinez A, et al. (2016) Elucidation of the Anatomy of a Satiety Network: Focus on Connectivity of the Parabrachial Nucleus in the Adult Rat. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Sierra-Fonseca JA, Najera O, Martinez-Jurado J, et al. (2014) Nerve growth factor induces neurite outgrowth of PC12 cells by promoting Gβγ-microtubule interaction. Bmc Neuroscience. 15: 132
Bohland M, Matveyenko AV, Saberi M, et al. (2014) Activation of hindbrain neurons is mediated by portal-mesenteric vein glucosensors during slow-onset hypoglycemia. Diabetes. 63: 2866-75
Khan AM, Walker EM, Dominguez N, et al. (2014) Neural input is critical for arcuate hypothalamic neurons to mount intracellular signaling responses to systemic insulin and deoxyglucose challenges in male rats: implications for communication within feeding and metabolic control networks. Endocrinology. 155: 405-16
Khan AM. (2013) Controlling feeding behavior by chemical or gene-directed targeting in the brain: what's so spatial about our methods? Frontiers in Neuroscience. 7: 182
Watts AG, Khan AM. (2013) Identifying links in the chain: the dynamic coupling of catecholamines, peptide synthesis, and peptide release in hypothalamic neuroendocrine neurons. Advances in Pharmacology (San Diego, Calif.). 68: 421-44
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