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  Dr. TRACEY SUTER  
 
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Title : Dr.
First Name : TRACEY
Last Name : SUTER
University/Institution : Boston Children's Hospital
Phone # : 6094716695
Email ID : tracey.suter@childrens.harvard.edu
City : Boston
Country : United States
State : Massachusetts
Zipcode : 02115
Department : Neurobiology
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Area of Research
Regeneration and Myelination
Brief Description of Research Interest :

Working as a post-doctoral researcher in Dr. Zhigang He’s laboratory is the perfect culmination of my training in cellular & molecular neurobiology. Currently, I am working to identify methods that initiate the myelination of regenerating axons after CNS injury. Hopefully, this work can be extended to demyelinating disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis and Leukodystrophies. I have extensive experience testing the efficacy of treatments for neurological disorders in rodent models, including chronic pain and rare demyelinating diseases. My Ph.D. from Brown University in developmental neuroscience and molecular physiology put me in an excellent position to apply developmental tools to the promotion of neuronal regeneration after injury or disease.

Representative Publications :

Suter T.A.C.S, Blagburn, S.V., Fisher, S.E., Keightly, H.A., D’Elia, K.P., Jaworski, A. TAG-1 Multifunctionality Coordinates Neuronal Migration, Axon Guidance, and Fasciculation. Cell Reports. January 2020. Vol. 30, Issue 4: pages 164-1177. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2019.12.085

 

Suter T.A.C.S, and Jaworski, A. Cell migration and axon guidance at the border between central and peripheral nervous system. Science. August 2019. Vol. 365, Issue 6456. eaaw8231. doi: 10.1126/science.aaw8231

 

Suter, T.A.C.S.*, DeLoughery, Z.*, Jaworski, A. Meninges-derived cues control axon guidance. Developmental Biology. 1 October 2017. Vol 430, Issue 1: pages 1-10. doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2017.08.005                  *indicates equal contribution


Ruskin, D.N., Suter, T.A.C.S., Masino, S.A. Ketogenic diet and pain: dissociation of hypoalgesia, ketosis, and hypoglycemia in rats. The Journal of Pain. March 2013. Vol. 14, Issue 5: pages 467-74. doi: 10.1016/j.jpain.2012.12.015

 
     
 
 
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