James Katter

Ph.D. 1993

Thesis Title:

Processing of Information Originating in the Pelvis by Spinohypothalamic Tract Neurons

Current Position:

Physician
Family Practice / Pediatric Internal Medicine
Fairview Northland Clinics-Elk River

Major Advisor(s):

Glenn Giesler, Ph.D.

Selected Publications:

  • Katter JT, Dado RJ, Kostarczyk E, Giesler GJ Jr. (1996) Spinothalamic and spinohypothalamic tract neurons in the sacral spinal cord of rats, I. J Neurophysiol 75:2581-2605.
  • Katter JT, Dado RJ, Kostarczyk E, Giesler GJ Jr. (1996) Spinothalamic and spinohypothalamic tract neurons in the sacral spinal cord of rats, II. J Neurophysiol 75:2606-2628
  • Dado, R.J., J.T. Katter and G.J. Giesler, Jr. 1994 Spinothalamic and spinohypothalamic tract neurons in the cervical enlargement of rats. I. Locations of axons antidromically activated from the thalamus and hypothalamus. J. Neurophysiol. 71:959-980.
  • Dado, R.J., J.T. Katter and G.J. Giesler, Jr. 1994 Spinothalamic and spinohypothalamic tract neurons in the cervical enlargement of rats. II. Responses to innocuous and noxious mechanical and thermal stimuli. J. Neurophysiol. 71:981-1002.
  • Dado, R.J., J.T. Katter and G.J. Giesler, Jr. 1994 Spinothalamic and spinohypothalamic tract neurons in the cervical enlargement of rats. III. Locations of antidromically identified axons in the cervical cord white matter. J. Neurophysiol. 71:1003-1021.
  • Giesler, G.J., Jr., R.J. Dado and J.T. Katter 1994 Direct spinal pathways to the limbic system for nociceptive information. Trends in Neurosci. 17:244-250.
  • Katter, J.T., R. Burstein and G.J. Giesler, Jr.  1991  The cells of origin of the spinohypothalamic tract in cats.  J. Comp. Neurol. 303:101-112. 
  • Giesler, G.J., Jr., L.R. Miller, A.M. Madsen and J.T. Katter  1987  Evidence for the existence of a lateral cervical nucleus in mice, guinea pigs and rabbits.  J. Comp. Neurol. 263:106-112.
  • Giesler, G.J., Jr., L.R. Miller, A.M. Madsen and J.T. Katter  1987  Evidence for the existence of a lateral cervical nucleus in mice, guinea pigs and rabbits.  J. Comp. Neurol. 263:106-112.
James Katter