William Jurney

Ph.D. 2001

Thesis Title:

Eph Receptors and Rac Proteins: A Global Positioning System for Neural Development

Current Position:

Instructor, Biology, Normandale Community College

Major Advisor(s):

Steven McLoon, Ph.D.

Selected Publications:

  • Ernst AF, Jurney WM, McLoon SC (1998) Mechanisms involved in development of retinotectal connections: roles of Eph receptor tyrosine kinases, NMDA receptors and nitric oxide. Prog Brain Res 118:115-131.
  • Jurney WM, Gallo G, Letourneau PC and McLoon SC. Rac1 mediated endocytosis during ephrin-A2 and Semaphorin 3A induced growth cone collapse. J Neurosci., in press.
  • Jurney WM, Selski DJ and McLoon SC. Altered pattern of the retinotectal projection following reduction of EphA3 expression in developing retina. Submitted.
William Jurney