Melanie Maya Kaelberer, B.S. (Ph.D. in progress)

Affiliations: 
Anesthesiology Duke University Anesthesiology 
Area:
Olfaction, pain
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Undergrad - UCSD (TA for D. Peterzell)
Salk Institute - Research Assistant for T Sejnowski
Yale - Graduate student

Mean distance: 106866 (cluster 20)
 
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David Henry Peterzell research assistant 2006-2008 UCSD
 (Teaching Assistant / Olfactory Lecturer)
Sven-Eric Jordt grad student 2010-2016 Duke University School of Medicine
Diego V. Bohórquez post-doc 2015- Duke
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Rakhilin N, Garrett A, Eom CY, et al. (2019) An intravital window to image the colon in real time. Nature Communications. 10: 5647
Han W, Tellez LA, Perkins MH, et al. (2018) A Neural Circuit for Gut-Induced Reward. Cell. 175: 887-888
Han W, Tellez LA, Perkins MH, et al. (2018) A Neural Circuit for Gut-Induced Reward. Cell
Kaelberer MM, Bohórquez DV. (2018) The now and then of gut-brain signaling. Brain Research
Hoover B, Baena V, Kaelberer MM, et al. (2017) The intestinal tuft cell nanostructure in 3D. Scientific Reports. 7: 1652
Liu B, Tai Y, Achanta S, et al. (2016) IL-33/ST2 signaling excites sensory neurons and mediates itch response in a mouse model of poison ivy contact allergy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Balakrishna S, Song W, Achanta S, et al. (2014) TRPV4 inhibition counteracts edema and inflammation and improves pulmonary function and oxygen saturation in chemically induced acute lung injury. American Journal of Physiology. Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 307: L158-72
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