George Perry
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  • San Antonio, TX
  • United States
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George Perry posted a status
May 10
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May 10
Hansen Wang favorited George Perry's profile
Dec 7, 2012
George Perry posted a blog post
Dec 3, 2012
George Perry favorited Michael (King-Hwa) Ling's group Neurogenetics, Neurogenomics & Neurobiology
Sep 8, 2012
George Perry favorited Mitchell Slutzky's group Alzheimer's and related dementias
Sep 8, 2012
George Perry replied to Mahmoud Bukar Maina's discussion Tau - neuroprotective or pro-neurodegenrative in the group Alzheimer's and related dementias
"Mark Smith and others in our group have written extensively on this topic.  We think tau and Abeta are physiological responses to tissue injury.  George Perry"
Jul 4, 2012
George Perry joined Dr Marcus Kaiser's group

Structure and Dynamics of Brain Connectivity Networks

This group discusses methods for generating and analyzing brain connectivity data (the "connectome") and how to simulate development and dynamics on anatomicially realistic neural networks. It can also be used to announce jobs, events, and CFP's.
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Philippe Valdois's group

Neuroscience, medias and public

This group will address the relation between neuroscience, the general public and the medias, broaching the subjects of popularization, its purpose and limitations, of ethics and policies, insofar as those are often influenced by the medias.
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Marta Olivetti Belardinelli's group
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Dr.Nagesh C Shanbhag's group

CNS Regeneration

Contrary to previously held beliefs about the static nature of the adult brain, it is capable of generating new neurons that are capable of integrating into the complex circuitry.
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Mitchell Slutzky's group

Alzheimer's and related dementias

Alzheimer's and related dementias share much in common despite their disparate etiologies. Much can be done to prevent cognitive decline through diet, exercise, affect regulation and social connectedness. Share your research, thoughts and theories.See More
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Paulo Reis Rodrigues's group

O Cérebro - the Portuguese network

To gather all Portuguese scientists and professionals dealing with the mystery of the brain!
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Dr Peled's group


A group to promote the integration of systems-theories neural-computation sciences into psychiatry as a way to revolutionize our approach to understanding mental disorders, and unifying psychology, psychoanalysis, psychiatry and neuroscience
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Mike Pascoe's group

Neurophysiology of Aging

This group has a focus on the consequences of aging on the nervous system. My interest is in changes of motor pathways but by no means is that the limit of the scope of this group.See More
Nov 25, 2011
George Perry joined Michael (King-Hwa) Ling's group

Neurogenetics, Neurogenomics & Neurobiology

A platform for neurogeneticists, neurogenomic scientists and neurobiologists to discuss the latest trend in research, form international collaborations, share resources and etc. "We won't be able to understand our brain without brainstorming"
Nov 25, 2011

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Alzheimer disease
Parkinson disease
Oxidative stress
Oxidative stress
Alzheimer disease
Parkinson disease
neurofibrillary tangle
senile plaque
axonal transport
Current title/position:
Dean and Professor
Current affiliation/employer:
University of Texas at San Antonio
Mark A. Smith
Xiongwei Zhu
Rudy Castellani
Jesus Avila
Paula Moreira
Robert Friedland
Massimo Tabaton
Shun Shimohama
PhD Advisor and University:
David Epel, Stanford University
Postdoc Advisor and University:
B. R. Brinkley and Joseph Bryan ; Baylor College of Medicine
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