Nathaniel A. Buchwald

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Basal ganglia neurophysiology, development
"Nathaniel Buchwald"

The UCLA Departments of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences and Neurobiology recently lost one of their foremost internationally recognized neuroscientists, dedicated educators and administrators. Nat Buchwald was internationally recognized for his pioneering research on the functions of the basal ganglia, an area of the brain closely associated with neurological diseases like Parkinson’s disease. He was the Director of the UCLA Mental Retardation Research Center and a respected faculty member of the UCLA community for more than 40 years. It is an honor to speak for Nat’s many friends, collaborators, colleagues, and students. We have lost a unique individual whose numerous career and personal accomplishments enhanced our knowledge of neuroscience and built a strong nucleus of scientists and clinicians studying the basal ganglia and developmental and mental disabilities at UCLA and throughout the country.

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Cromwell HC, Buchwald NA, Levine MS. (1995) Decortication decreases paired-pulse facilitation in the neostriatal slice of the rat. Neuroscience Letters. 192: 213-7
Cepeda C, Walsh JP, Peacock W, et al. (1994) Neurophysiological, pharmacological and morphological properties of human caudate neurons recorded in vitro. Neuroscience. 59: 89-103
Radisavljevic Z, Cepeda C, Peacock W, et al. (1994) Norepinephrine modulates excitatory amino acid-induced responses in developing human and adult rat cerebral cortex. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the International Society For Developmental Neuroscience. 12: 353-61
Cepeda C, Walsh JP, Peacock W, et al. (1993) Dye-coupling in human neocortical tissue resected from children with intractable epilepsy. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 3: 95-107
Siviy SM, Walsh JP, Radisavljevic Z, et al. (1993) Evidence for enhanced synaptic excitation in transplanted neostriatal neurons. Experimental Neurology. 123: 222-34
Cepeda C, Buchwald NA, Levine MS. (1993) Neuromodulatory actions of dopamine in the neostriatum are dependent upon the excitatory amino acid receptor subtypes activated. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 90: 9576-80
Cepeda C, Lee N, Buchwald NA, et al. (1992) Age-induced changes in electrophysiological responses of neostriatal neurons recorded in vitro. Neuroscience. 51: 411-23
Cepeda C, Radisavljevic Z, Peacock W, et al. (1992) Differential modulation by dopamine of responses evoked by excitatory amino acids in human cortex. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 11: 330-41
Levine MS, Cohen RW, Duong T, et al. (1992) The spastic Han-Wistar rat: A genetic model of amino acid-induced excitotoxicity Brain Dysfunction. 5: 106-120
Walsh JP, Cepeda C, Buchwald NA, et al. (1991) Neurophysiological maturation of cat substantia nigra neurons: evidence from in vitro studies. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 7: 291-300
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