Michael T. Craig

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Somatosensory Cortex, electrophysiology
"Michael Craig"
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Ole Paulsen grad student 2006-2010 Oxford
Louise Upton grad student 2006-2010 Oxford
 (PhD supervisor)
Chris McBain post-doc 2011-2016 NICHD
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Li J, Han W, Pelkey KA, et al. (2017) Molecular Dissection of Neuroligin 2 and Slitrk3 Reveals an Essential Framework for GABAergic Synapse Development. Neuron
Pelkey KA, Chittajallu R, Craig MT, et al. (2017) Hippocampal GABAergic Inhibitory Interneurons. Physiological Reviews. 97: 1619-1747
Xiao MF, Xu D, Craig MT, et al. (2017) NPTX2 and cognitive dysfunction in Alzheimer's Disease. Elife. 6
Pelkey KA, Barksdale E, Craig MT, et al. (2016) Pentraxins Coordinate Excitatory Synapse Maturation and Circuit Integration of Parvalbumin Interneurons. Neuron. 90: 661
Craig MT, McBain CJ. (2015) Navigating the circuitry of the brain's GPS system: Future challenges for neurophysiologists. Hippocampus. 25: 736-43
Pelkey KA, Barksdale E, Craig MT, et al. (2015) Pentraxins coordinate excitatory synapse maturation and circuit integration of parvalbumin interneurons. Neuron. 85: 1257-72
Craig MT, McBain CJ. (2015) Fast gamma oscillations are generated intrinsically in CA1 without the involvement of fast-spiking basket cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 3616-24
Craig MT, McBain CJ. (2014) The emerging role of GABAB receptors as regulators of network dynamics: fast actions from a 'slow' receptor? Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 26: 15-21
Chittajallu R, Craig MT, McFarland A, et al. (2013) Dual origins of functionally distinct O-LM interneurons revealed by differential 5-HT(3A)R expression. Nature Neuroscience. 16: 1598-607
Matta JA, Pelkey KA, Craig MT, et al. (2013) Developmental origin dictates interneuron AMPA and NMDA receptor subunit composition and plasticity. Nature Neuroscience. 16: 1032-41
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