Frederick Livesey

Affiliations: 
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Cortical development
Website:
http://www.gurdon.cam.ac.uk/~liveseylab/fjlhome/index.html
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Bio:

MD/PhD - University of Cambridge, MRC LMB, lab of Stephen Hunt
Postdoc - Connie Cepko, Harvard Medical School

Mean distance: 14.81 (cluster 11)
 
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Sabhi Rahman grad student GSK, Harlow
Peter Kirwan grad student 2008-2013 Cambridge
Nathalie Saurat grad student 2010-2014 Cambridge
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Hung C, Livesey FJ. (2021) Endolysosome and autophagy dysfunction in Alzheimer disease. Autophagy. 1-2
Strano A, Tuck E, Stubbs VE, et al. (2020) Variable Outcomes in Neural Differentiation of Human PSCs Arise from Intrinsic Differences in Developmental Signaling Pathways. Cell Reports. 31: 107732
Krieger TG, Moran CM, Frangini A, et al. (2019) Mutations in thyroid hormone receptor α1 cause premature neurogenesis and progenitor cell depletion in human cortical development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Real R, Peter M, Trabalza A, et al. (2018) In vivo modeling of human neuron dynamics and Down syndrome. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Brownjohn PW, Smith J, Solanki R, et al. (2018) Functional Studies of Missense TREM2 Mutations in Human Stem Cell-Derived Microglia. Stem Cell Reports
Brownjohn PW, Smith J, Portelius E, et al. (2017) Phenotypic Screening Identifies Modulators of Amyloid Precursor Protein Processing in Human Stem Cell Models of Alzheimer's Disease. Stem Cell Reports
Otani T, Marchetto MC, Gage FH, et al. (2016) 2D and 3D Stem Cell Models of Primate Cortical Development Identify Species-Specific Differences in Progenitor Behavior Contributing to Brain Size. Cell Stem Cell. 18: 467-80
Saurat NG, Livesey FJ, Moore S. (2016) Cortical Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Cells for In Vitro Modeling of Alzheimer's Disease. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1303: 267-78
Saurat NG, Livesey FJ, Moore S. (2016) Cortical differentiation of human pluripotent cells for in vitro modeling of Alzheimer’s disease Methods in Molecular Biology. 1303: 267-278
Brennand KJ, Marchetto MC, Benvenisty N, et al. (2015) Creating Patient-Specific Neural Cells for the In Vitro Study of Brain Disorders. Stem Cell Reports
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