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John Kessler Department of Neurology, Northwestern University, USA
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Tammy McGuire Department of Neurology, Northwestern University, USA
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Liuliu Pan Department of Neurology, Northwestern University, USA
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Oneil Bhalala System Genomics Lab, Baker Institute
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Hilary North
  • Department of Neurology, Northwestern University, USA
Contributions
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 2010

Current position

Postdoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

Publications

  1. North, H.A. and Kessler, J.A. (2013). Stem Cell Therapies for the Treatment of Spinal Cord Injuries: Current Progress in Basic Science and Clinical Research. Emerging Trends in Cell and Gene Therapy. AAPS-Springer publishing. In press.
  2. North, H. A., Clifford, M. A. and Donoghue, M. J. (2013). 'Til Eph do us part': intercellular signaling via Eph receptors and ephrin ligands guides cerebral cortical development from birth through maturation. Cereb Cortex 23(8): 1765-1773.
  3. North, H. A., Karim, A., Jacquin, M. F. and Donoghue, M. J. (2010). EphA4 is necessary for spatially selective peripheral somatosensory topography. Dev Dyn 239(2): 630-638.
  4. North, H. A., Zhao, X., Kolk, S. M., Clifford, M. A., Ziskind, D. M. and Donoghue, M. J. (2009). Promotion of proliferation in the developing cerebral cortex by EphA4 forward signaling. Development 136(14): 2467-2476.
1 Protocol published
Generation of Mouse Spinal Cord Injury
Authors:  Oneil G. Bhalala, Liuliu Pan, Hilary North, Tammy McGuire and John A. Kessler, date: 09/05/2013, view: 7856, Q&A: 1
Spinal cord injury (SCI) is a debilitating injury with significant morbidity and mortalitiy. Understanding the pathogensis of and developing treatments for SCI requires robust animal models. Here we describe a method for generating an efficient and ...