Understanding the Role of Akt in Synaptogenesis
Medical Writer II, Clinical Data, Analysis, and Reporting Organization, Covance, Inc.
Undergraduate Institution and Major/Degree:
Ripon College, Chemistry-Biology and Psychology BA 2003
Scott Selleck, M.D., Ph.D.
- Glen Giesler
- Harry Orr
- Lance Zirpel
Courses Taken Beyond the Core Courses:
- Graduate Seminar in Psychology PSY 8960
- Neural Substrates of Mental Processes PSY 8060
- Stat Analysis STAT 5021
- Molecular Genetics GCD 4034
Conferences Attended and Presentations:
- Attended - Society for Neuroscience annual meeting - Fall 2004, 2005
- Society for Neuroscience annual meeting - Poster Fall 2005
- Harry Orr (Chair)
- Marty Wessendorf
- Paul Mermelstein
- Lance Zirpel(Advisor)
- Lee HG, Zhao N, Campion B, Nguyen M, Rolls M, Selleck S. Akt controls glutamate receptor trafficking and postsynaptic membrane growth in Drosophila. In preparation.
- Dimitroff B, Howe K, Watson A, Campion B, Lee HG, Zhao N, O’Connor MB, Neufeld TP, Selleck, S. Diet and energy-sensing inputs affect TorC2-mediated axon misrouting but not TorC2-directed synapse growth in a Drosophila model of tuberous sclerosis. PLoS One. 2012;7(2)e30722.
- Shortreed MR, Chang SB, Hong D, Phillips M, Campion B, Tulpan DC, Andronescu M, Condon A, Hoos HH, Smith LM. A thermodynamic approach to designing structure-free combinatorial DNA word sets. Nucleic Acids Res. 2005; 33(15):4965-77.
- Montello, Wisconsin