Clifton Ragsdale

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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
Systems Neuroscience
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Z Yan Wang grad student 2012- Chicago
Timothy A. Sanders grad student 2001 Chicago
Khaleda B. Hasan grad student 2008 Chicago
Jennifer Dugas-Ford grad student 2009 Chicago
Joanna J. Rowell grad student 2013 Chicago
Steven D Briscoe grad student 2011-2017 Chicago
Seema Agarwala post-doc Chicago
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Briscoe SD, Ragsdale CW. (2018) Homology, neocortex, and the evolution of developmental mechanisms. Science (New York, N.Y.). 362: 190-193
Wang ZY, Ragsdale CW. (2018) Multiple optic gland signaling pathways implicated in octopus maternal behaviors and death. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Briscoe SD, Ragsdale CW. (2018) Molecular anatomy of the alligator dorsal telencephalon. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Briscoe SD, Albertin CB, Rowell JJ, et al. (2018) Neocortical Association Cell Types in the Forebrain of Birds and Alligators. Current Biology : Cb
Albertin CB, Ragsdale CW. (2018) More than one way to a central nervous system. Nature. 553: 34-36
Wang ZY, Ragsdale CW. (2017) Cadherin Genes and Evolutionary Novelties in the Octopus. Seminars in Cell & Developmental Biology
Shigeno S, Parnaik R, Albertin CB, et al. (2015) Evidence for a cordal, not ganglionic, pattern of cephalopod brain neurogenesis. Zoological Letters. 1: 26
Albertin CB, Simakov O, Mitros T, et al. (2015) The octopus genome and the evolution of cephalopod neural and morphological novelties. Nature. 524: 220-4
Dugas-Ford J, Ragsdale CW. (2015) Levels of homology and the problem of neocortex. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 38: 351-68
Shigeno S, Ragsdale CW. (2015) The gyri of the octopus vertical lobe have distinct neurochemical identities. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 523: 1297-317
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