Parthiv Haldipur, Ph D

Affiliations: 
Center for Integrative Brain Research University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
 Seattle Children's Research Institute 
Area:
Developmental Neuroscience
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Haldipur P, Millen KJ, Aldinger KA. (2022) Human Cerebellar Development and Transcriptomics: Implications for Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Annual Review of Neuroscience
Haldipur P, Bernardo S, Aldinger KA, et al. (2021) Evidence of disrupted rhombic lip development in the pathogenesis of Dandy-Walker malformation. Acta Neuropathologica
Aldinger KA, Thomson Z, Phelps IG, et al. (2021) Spatial and cell type transcriptional landscape of human cerebellar development. Nature Neuroscience
Haldipur P, Aldinger KA, Bernardo S, et al. (2019) Spatiotemporal expansion of primary progenitor zones in the developing human cerebellum. Science (New York, N.Y.). 366: 454-460
Aldinger KA, Timms AE, Thomson Z, et al. (2019) Redefining the Etiologic Landscape of Cerebellar Malformations. American Journal of Human Genetics
Haldipur P, Dang D, Millen KJ. (2018) Embryology. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 154: 29-44
Kridsada K, Niu J, Haldipur P, et al. (2018) Roof Plate-Derived Radial Glial-like Cells Support Developmental Growth of Rapidly Adapting Mechanoreceptor Ascending Axons. Cell Reports. 23: 2928-2941
Haldipur P, Millen KJ. (2018) What cerebellar malformations tell us about cerebellar development. Neuroscience Letters
Haldipur P, Dang D, Aldinger KA, et al. (2017) Phenotypic outcomes in Mouse and Human Foxc1 dependent Dandy-Walker cerebellar malformation suggest shared mechanisms. Elife. 6
Haldipur P, Dang D, Aldinger KA, et al. (2017) Author response: Phenotypic outcomes in Mouse and Human Foxc1 dependent Dandy-Walker cerebellar malformation suggest shared mechanisms Elife
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