John H. Martin

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Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Yang Q, Ramamurthy A, Lall S, et al. (2019) Independent replication of motor cortex and cervical spinal cord electrical stimulation to promote forelimb motor function after spinal cord injury in rats. Experimental Neurology. 112962
Gu Z, Serradj N, Ueno M, et al. (2017) Skilled Movements Require Non-apoptotic Bax/Bak Pathway-Mediated Corticospinal Circuit Reorganization. Neuron. 94: 626-641.e4
Serradj N, Martin JH. (2016) Motor Experience Reprograms Development of a Genetically-Altered Bilateral Corticospinal Motor Circuit. Plos One. 11: e0163775
Jiang YQ, Zaaimi B, Martin JH. (2016) Competition with Primary Sensory Afferents Drives Remodeling of Corticospinal Axons in Mature Spinal Motor Circuits. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 193-203
Song W, Amer A, Ryan D, et al. (2015) Combined motor cortex and spinal cord neuromodulation promotes corticospinal system functional and structural plasticity and motor function after injury. Experimental Neurology
Williams PT, Martin JH. (2015) Motor Cortex Activity Organizes the Developing Rubrospinal System. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 13363-74
Clift AK, Drymousis P, Al-Nahhas A, et al. (2015) Incidence of Second Primary Malignancies in Patients with Neuroendocrine Tumours. Neuroendocrinology
Friel KM, Williams PT, Serradj N, et al. (2014) Activity-Based Therapies for Repair of the Corticospinal System Injured during Development. Frontiers in Neurology. 5: 229
Carmel JB, Martin JH. (2014) Motor cortex electrical stimulation augments sprouting of the corticospinal tract and promotes recovery of motor function. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 8: 51
Serradj N, Paixão S, Sobocki T, et al. (2014) EphA4-mediated ipsilateral corticospinal tract misprojections are necessary for bilateral voluntary movements but not bilateral stereotypic locomotion. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 5211-21
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