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Doug Portman

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
C. elegans, behavior, development, genetics, sex differences
"Doug Portman"
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Gideon Dreyfuss grad student 1989-1995 Penn
Scott Emmons post-doc 1996-2002 Albert Einstein


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Kyung H. Lee grad student 2009 Rochester
William R. Mowrey grad student 2005-2010 Rochester
Margaret R. Casazza grad student 2013 Rochester
Deborah A. Ryan post-doc 2000- Rochester
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Alcedo J, Jin Y, Portman DS, et al. (2020) Nature's gift to neuroscience. Journal of Neurogenetics. 34: 223-224
Portman DS. (2020) Social and sexual behaviors in : the first fifty years. Journal of Neurogenetics. 1-6
Lawson HN, Wexler LR, Wnuk HK, et al. (2020) Dynamic, Non-binary Specification of Sexual State in the C. elegans Nervous System. Current Biology : Cb
Wexler LR, Miller RM, Portman DS. (2020) C. elegans Males Integrate Food Signals and Biological Sex to Modulate State-Dependent Chemosensation and Behavioral Prioritization. Current Biology : Cb
Portman DS. (2019) Neural networks mapped in both sexes of the worm. Nature. 571: 40-42
Lawson H, Vuong E, Miller RM, et al. (2019) The Makorin and the lncRNA regulate to schedule sexual maturation of the nervous system. Elife. 8
Kiontke KC, Herrera RA, Vuong E, et al. (2019) The Long Non-Coding RNA lep-5 Promotes the Juvenile-to-Adult Transition by Destabilizing LIN-28. Developmental Cell
Pereira L, Aeschimann F, Wang C, et al. (2019) Timing mechanism of sexually dimorphic nervous system differentiation. Elife. 8
Fagan KA, Luo J, Lagoy RC, et al. (2018) A Single-Neuron Chemosensory Switch Determines the Valence of a Sexually Dimorphic Sensory Behavior. Current Biology : Cb
Barr MM, García LR, Portman DS. (2018) Sexual Dimorphism and Sex Differences inNeuronal Development and Behavior. Genetics. 208: 909-935
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