David D. Ginty

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
signaling, neurotrophins, development, trophic factors
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Sreyan Chowdhury research assistant 2014- Harvard Medical School
Christopher M. Davenport research assistant 1998-2000 Johns Hopkins
Krissy A. Lyon research assistant 2012-2014
Joshua Paul Head research assistant 2014-2016 Harvard Medical School
Alexis Andrie Toliver research assistant 2015-2017 Harvard Medical School
Jacqueline Rose Mosko research assistant 2016-2019 Harvard Medical School
Brian A. Pierchala grad student Johns Hopkins Medical School
Yang Zheng grad student 2012- Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/ Harvard Medical School
Nicole L. Neubarth grad student 2013- Harvard
Mark W. Springel grad student 2014- Harvard
Qiyu Zhang grad student 2015- Harvard
Erica G. Rowe Urquhart grad student 2000 Johns Hopkins
Sohyun Ahn grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Andrew A. Pieper grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Xiaozhong Qian grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Haihong Ye grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
Amar Sahay grad student 1998-2004 Johns Hopkins
Bonnie E. Lonze grad student 2005 Johns Hopkins
Larry Zweifel grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Natalia O. Glebova grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Janna Merte grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Sasrutha R. Wickramasinghe grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Coryse St. Hillaire grad student 2010 Johns Hopkins
Michael Rutlin grad student 2011 Johns Hopkins
Caitlin Engelhard grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
Lishi Li grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
Ling Bai grad student 2010-2017 Johns Hopkins
Victoria E. Abraira post-doc Johns Hopkins Medical School
Chenghua Gu post-doc Johns Hopkins Medical School
Rejji Kuruvilla post-doc Johns Hopkins
Brendan Peltonen Lehnert post-doc Harvard Medical School
Kevin M. Wright post-doc 2006- Johns Hopkins Medical School
Qingguang Jiang post-doc 2008- Johns Hopkins
Amanda L. Zimmerman post-doc 2011- Johns Hopkins Medical School
Seungwon Choi post-doc 2014-
Alan J. Emanuel post-doc 2016- Harvard Medical School
Shan Meltzer post-doc 2017- Harvard Medical School
Annie Handler post-doc 2019- Harvard Medical School
Josef Turecek post-doc 2019- Harvard Medical School
Christopher D. Deppmann post-doc 2003-2009 Johns Hopkins
Wenqin Luo post-doc 2006-2011 Johns Hopkins Medical School
Lauren Orefice post-doc 2014-2018 Harvard Medical School
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Choi S, Hachisuka J, Brett MA, et al. (2020) Parallel ascending spinal pathways for affective touch and pain. Nature
Neubarth NL, Emanuel AJ, Liu Y, et al. (2020) Meissner corpuscles and their spatially intermingled afferents underlie gentle touch perception. Science (New York, N.Y.). 368
Sharma N, Flaherty K, Lezgiyeva K, et al. (2020) The emergence of transcriptional identity in somatosensory neurons. Nature
Orefice LL, Mosko JR, Morency DT, et al. (2019) Targeting Peripheral Somatosensory Neurons to Improve Tactile-Related Phenotypes in ASD Models. Cell. 178: 867-886.e24
Boyle KA, Gradwell MA, Yasaka T, et al. (2019) Defining a Spinal Microcircuit that Gates Myelinated Afferent Input: Implications for Tactile Allodynia. Cell Reports. 28: 526-540.e6
Zheng Y, Liu P, Bai L, et al. (2019) Deep Sequencing of Somatosensory Neurons Reveals Molecular Determinants of Intrinsic Physiological Properties. Neuron
Zeng X, Ye M, Resch JM, et al. (2019) Publisher Correction: Innervation of thermogenic adipose tissue via a calsyntenin 3β-S100b axis. Nature
Zeng X, Ye M, Resch JM, et al. (2019) Innervation of thermogenic adipose tissue via a calsyntenin 3β-S100b axis. Nature
Kuehn ED, Meltzer S, Abraira VE, et al. (2019) Tiling and somatotopic alignment of mammalian low-threshold mechanoreceptors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Zhang Q, Lee WA, Paul DL, et al. (2019) Multiplexed peroxidase-based electron microscopy labeling enables simultaneous visualization of multiple cell types. Nature Neuroscience
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