Shelley A. Batts

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
cochlear hair cells, in vivo imaging
"Shelley Batts"
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Gordon W. Allport research assistant Stanford
Richard I. Hume grad student University of Michigan
Yehoash Raphael grad student 2006-2009 University of Michigan
 (Molecular roadblocks to mammalian hair cell regeneration: Notch signaling in the normal and traumatized organ of Corti.)
Mark Schnitzer post-doc 2009- Stanford
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Wang GP, Chatterjee I, Batts SA, et al. (2010) Notch signaling and Atoh1 expression during hair cell regeneration in the mouse utricle. Hearing Research. 267: 61-70
Chikar JA, Batts SA, Pfingst BE, et al. (2009) Visualization of spiral ganglion neurites within the scala tympani with a cochlear implant in situ. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 179: 201-7
Batts S. (2009) Brain lesions and their implications in criminal responsibility Behavioral Sciences and the Law. 27: 261-272
Batts SA, Shoemaker CR, Raphael Y. (2009) Notch signaling and Hes labeling in the normal and drug-damaged organ of Corti. Hearing Research. 249: 15-22
Batts SA, Anthis NJ, Smith TC. (2008) Advancing science through conversations: bridging the gap between blogs and the academy. Plos Biology. 6: e240
Izumikawa M, Batts SA, Miyazawa T, et al. (2008) Response of the flat cochlear epithelium to forced expression of Atoh1. Hearing Research. 240: 52-6
Batts SA, Raphael Y. (2007) Transdifferentiation and its applicability for inner ear therapy. Hearing Research. 227: 41-7
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