Neal D. Amin, MD, PhD

2011-2017 Salk Institute for Biological Studies, and University of California, San Diego 
 2017- Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
microRNAs, RNA processing in the generation of neuronal diversity, neuropsychiatric disease, clinical psychiatry
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Lawrence S. Shapiro research assistant 2007-2008 Columbia
Samuel L. Pfaff grad student 2011-2015 Salk Institute
Sergiu P. Pasca post-doc 2018-
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Amin ND, Kelley KW, Hao J, et al. (2023) Generating human neural diversity with a multiplexed morphogen screen in organoids. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Andersen J, Thom N, Shadrach JL, et al. (2023) Single-cell transcriptomic landscape of the developing human spinal cord. Nature Neuroscience
Martins LF, Brambilla I, Motta A, et al. (2022) Motor neurons use push-pull signals to direct vascular remodeling critical for their connectivity. Neuron
Revah O, Gore F, Kelley KW, et al. (2022) Maturation and circuit integration of transplanted human cortical organoids. Nature. 610: 319-326
Amin ND, Pașca SP. (2022) Mouse embryo models built from stem cells take shape in a dish. Nature. 610: 39-40
Amin ND, Senturk G, Hayashi M, et al. (2022) Detecting microRNA-mediated gene regulatory effects in murine neuronal subpopulations. Star Protocols. 3: 101130
Amin ND, Senturk G, Costaguta G, et al. (2021) A hidden threshold in motor neuron gene networks revealed by modulation of miR-218 dose. Neuron
Osseward PJ, Amin ND, Moore JD, et al. (2021) Conserved genetic signatures parcellate cardinal spinal neuron classes into local and projection subsets. Science (New York, N.Y.). 372: 385-393
Andersen J, Revah O, Miura Y, et al. (2020) Generation of Functional Human 3D Cortico-Motor Assembloids. Cell
Khan TA, Revah O, Gordon A, et al. (2020) Neuronal defects in a human cellular model of 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Nature Medicine
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