Miri A, Warriner CL, Seely JS, Elsayed GF, Cunningham JP, Churchland MM, Jessell TM. (2017) Behaviorally Selective Engagement of Short-Latency Effector Pathways by Motor Cortex. Neuron, 95, 683-696
Mendelsohn AI, Dasen JS, Jessell TM. (2017) Divergent Hox Coding and Evasion of Retinoid Signaling Specifies Motor Neurons Innervating Digit Muscles. Neuron, 93, 792-805
Reardon T.R., Murray A.J., Turi G.F., Wirblich C., Croce, C., Schnell T., Jessell, T.M. and Losonczy, A. (2016) Rabies virus CVS-N2cΔG strain enhances retrograde synaptic transfer and neuronal viability. Neuron, 89, 711-724.
Poliak, S., Norovich, A.L., Yamagata, M., Sanes, J.R., and Jessell T.M. (2016) Muscle-type identity of proprioceptors specified by spatially-restricted signals from limb mesenchyme. Cell, 164, 512-525.
Bikoff, J.B., Gabitto, M.I., Rivard, A.F., Drobac, E., Machado, T.A., Miri, A., Brenner-Morton S., Famojure, E., Diaz, C., Alvarez, F.J., Mentis, G.Z., and Jessell, T.M., (2016) Spinal inhibitory interneuron diversity delineates variant motor microcircuits. Cell, 165, 207-219.
Gabitto, M.I., Pakman, A., Bikoff, J.B., Abbott, L.F., Jessell, T.M., and Paninski, L. (2016) Bayesian sparse regression analysis documents the diversity of spinal inhibitory interneurons. Cell, 165, 220-233.
Thomas Jessell is a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics and Neuroscience, and a member of the Neurobiology & Behavior doctoral program at Columbia University. Dr. Jessell received his Ph.D. in neuroscience from Cambridge University, UK, worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School, and as a Locke Research Fellow of the Royal Society. In 1981 he became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School. In 1985 he moved to Columbia University as an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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