Over the Christmas break, we had a peer-reviewed journal article published in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, which examined neuromodulatory regulation in the SOD1 G93A ALS mouse model. This paper showcases the importance of curated data and how it is used to do analyses.
This paper has an amazing string of successful co-authors who were all undergrad alums in the lab. Kathleen Jordan is now working as a clinical research technologist for the REAR lab at Georgia Tech, Joseph Murphy is moving into industry, and Anjanya Singh is currently in medical school in Texas and doing quite well.
Jordan, K., et al. (2018). “Astrocyte-Mediated Neuromodulatory Regulation in Preclinical ALS: A Metadata Analysis.” Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 12(491).