Lori J. Redmond

Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, United States 
Neural development
"Lori Redmond"

Our research is focused on understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate neuronal connectivity during the development and differentiation of the mammalian cortex. We are interested in identifying and ascertaining the contribution of activity-driven molecular signals to neuronal development and specifically to dendrite morphology. Understanding the molecular events contributing to neuronal morphology and dendrite development will help us understand how the brain develops and what can go wrong in developmental and neurological disorders.

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Lin YC, Redmond L. (2009) Neuronal CaMKII acts as a structural kinase. Communicative & Integrative Biology. 2: 40-1
Ha S, Redmond L. (2008) ERK mediates activity dependent neuronal complexity via sustained activity and CREB-mediated signaling. Developmental Neurobiology. 68: 1565-79
Redmond L, Ghosh A. (2005) Regulation of dendritic development by calcium signaling. Cell Calcium. 37: 411-6
Redmond L. (2004) Calcium Signaling in Dendrite Development Microscopy and Microanalysis. 10: 1470-1471
Redmond L, Kashani AH, Ghosh A. (2002) Calcium regulation of dendritic growth via CaM kinase IV and CREB-mediated transcription. Neuron. 34: 999-1010
Redmond L, Ghosh A. (2001) The role of Notch and Rho GTPase signaling in the control of dendritic development Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 11: 111-117
Redmond L, Oh SR, Hicks C, et al. (2000) Nuclear Notch1 signaling and the regulation of dendritic development Nature Neuroscience. 3: 30-40
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