Stephanie Herrlinger, Ph.D.

2013-2018 Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
 2019- Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute Columbia University, New York, NY 
Neurodevelopment, Neuropsychiatry
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O'Hare JK, Gonzalez KC, Herrlinger SA, et al. (2022) Compartment-specific tuning of dendritic feature selectivity by intracellular Ca release. Science (New York, N.Y.). 375: eabm1670
Rao BY, Peterson AM, Kandror EK, et al. (2021) Non-parametric Vignetting Correction for Sparse Spatial Transcriptomics Images. Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention : Miccai ... International Conference On Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention. 12908: 466-475
Zhang W, Yang SL, Yang M, et al. (2019) Modeling microcephaly with cerebral organoids reveals a WDR62-CEP170-KIF2A pathway promoting cilium disassembly in neural progenitors. Nature Communications. 10: 2612
Herrlinger S, Shao Q, Yang M, et al. (2019) Lin28-mediated promotion of protein synthesis is critical for neural progenitor cell maintenance and brain development in mice. Development (Cambridge, England)
Herrlinger SA, Shao Q, Ma L, et al. (2018) Establishing Mouse Models for Zika Virus-induced Neurological Disorders Using Intracerebral Injection Strategies: Embryonic, Neonatal, and Adult. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Shao Q, Herrlinger S, Zhu YN, et al. (2017) The African Zika virus MR-766 is more virulent and causes more severe brain damage than current Asian lineage and Dengue virus. Development (Cambridge, England)
Shao Q, Herrlinger S, Yang SL, et al. (2016) Zika virus infection disrupts neurovascular development and results in postnatal microcephaly with brain damage. Development (Cambridge, England)
Yang M, Liang C, Swaminathan K, et al. (2016) A C9ORF72/SMCR8-containing complex regulates ULK1 and plays a dual role in autophagy. Science Advances. 2: e1601167
Benraiss A, Wang S, Herrlinger S, et al. (2016) Human glia can both induce and rescue aspects of disease phenotype in Huntington disease. Nature Communications. 7: 11758
Yang SL, Yang M, Herrlinger S, et al. (2015) MiR-302/367 regulate neural progenitor proliferation, differentiation, and survival in neurulation. Developmental Biology
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