Saul A. Villeda

Affiliations: 
University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
Area:
neuroscience, aging, stem cell, cognition, neuroimmunology
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Parents

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Patricia E. Phelps research assistant 2001-2004 UCLA
Anne Brunet grad student 2005-2007 Stanford
Tony Wyss-Coray grad student 2007-2012 Stanford Medical School/Palo Alto VA

Children

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Manasi Iyer research assistant 2014-2016 UCSF
Kai Lin (Karin) Lin grad student UCSF
Joe Udeochu grad student UCSF
Elizabeth Wheatley grad student UCSF
Xuelai Shelly Fan post-doc 2015- UCSF
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Wheatley EG, Albarran E, White CW, et al. (2019) Neuronal O-GlcNAcylation Improves Cognitive Function in the Aged Mouse Brain. Current Biology : Cb
Bieri G, Lucin KM, O'Brien CE, et al. (2018) Proteolytic cleavage of Beclin 1 exacerbates neurodegeneration. Molecular Neurodegeneration. 13: 68
Gontier G, Iyer M, Shea JM, et al. (2018) Tet2 Rescues Age-Related Regenerative Decline and Enhances Cognitive Function in the Adult Mouse Brain. Cell Reports. 22: 1974-1981
Fan X, Wheatley EG, Villeda SA. (2017) Mechanisms of Hippocampal Aging and the Potential for Rejuvenation. Annual Review of Neuroscience
Udeochu JC, Shea JM, Villeda SA. (2016) Microglia communication: Parallels between aging and Alzheimer's disease. Clinical & Experimental Neuroimmunology. 7: 114-125
Middeldorp J, Lehallier B, Villeda SA, et al. (2016) Preclinical Assessment of Young Blood Plasma for Alzheimer Disease. Jama Neurology
Armanios M, de Cabo R, Mannick J, et al. (2015) Translational strategies in aging and age-related disease. Nature Medicine. 21: 1395-9
Gontier G, Lin K, Villeda SA. (2015) Fat Chance for Neural Stem Cells in Alzheimer's Disease. Cell Stem Cell. 17: 373-4
Smith LK, He Y, Park JS, et al. (2015) β2-microglobulin is a systemic pro-aging factor that impairs cognitive function and neurogenesis. Nature Medicine
Bouchard J, Villeda SA. (2015) Aging and brain rejuvenation as systemic events. Journal of Neurochemistry. 132: 5-19
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