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Main areas of research:
Neuroscience
Interests/keywords:
Alzheimer's disease
Current title/position:
Technical Writer
Current affiliation/employer:
R&D Systems
PhD Advisor and University:
Hugh Pearson PhD, University of Leeds, U.K. (1997-2001)
Postdoc Advisor and University:
Chritian J. Pike PhD, University of Southern California, USA (2001-2004); Karen Hsiao Ashe PhD MD, University of Minnesota, USA (2004-2008)
Publications:
Paulson*, JB, Ramsden*, M, Forster, C, Sherman, M, McGowan EM and Ashe, KH. Amyloid plaque and neurofibrillary tangle pathology in a regulatable mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease. (*equal contribution, manuscript written by M.R.) American Journal of Pathology (2008) 173, 762-772.

Pike, CJ, Nguyen, TV, Ramsden, M, Yao, MZ, Murphy, MP and Rosario, ER. Androgen cell signaling pathways involved in neuroprotective actions. Hormones & Behavior (2008) 53, 693-705.

Yao, MZ, Nguyen, TV, Rosario, ER, Ramsden, M and Christian J. Pike. Androgens Regulate Neprilysin Expression: Role in Reducing beta-Amyloid Levels. J. Neurochemistry (2008) 6, 2447-2488.

Rosario, ER, Ramsden M and Pike CJ. Progestins inhibit the neuroprotective effects of estrogen in rat hippocampus. Brain Research (2006) 1099, 206-10.

Webster, N, Ramsden, M, Boyle, J, Pearson HA and Peers, C. Amyloid peptides mediate hypoxic increase of L-type Ca2+ channels in central neurons. Neurobiology of Aging (2006) 27, 439-45.

Ramsden, M, Kotilinek, L, Forster, C, SantaCruz, K, Lewis, J, Paulson, J, Guimaraes, A, McGowan, E, Yue, M., Carlson, G, Hutton, M, Ashe, K. Age-dependent neurofibrillary tangle formation, neuron loss and memory impairment in a mouse model of human tauopathy (P301L).
J. Neuroscience (2005) 46, 10637-47.

Plant, LD, Webster, NJ, Boyle, JP, Ramsden, M, Freir, DB, Peers, C and Pearson, HA. Amyloid  peptide as a physiological modulator of neuronal ‘A’-type K+ current. Neurobiology of Aging (2006) 27, 1673-83.

Peers, C, Scragg, JL, Boyle, JP, Fearon, IM, Taylor, SC, Green, K., Webster, NJ, Ramsden, M and Pearson, HA. A central role for ROS in the functional remodeling of L-type Ca2+ channels by hypoxia. Proc. Roy. Soc. (2005) 360, 2247-54.

SantaCruz K, Lewis J, Spires T, Paulson J, Kotilinek L, Ingelsson M, Guimaraes A, DeTure M, Ramsden M, McGowan E, Forster C, Yue M, Orne J, Janus C, Mariash A, Kuskowski M, Hyman B, Hutton M, Ashe KH. Tau suppression in a neurodegenerative mouse model improves memory function. Science (2005) 309, 476-81.

Ramsden M, Shin TM, Pike CJ. Androgens modulate neuronal vulnerability to kainate lesion. Neuroscience (2003) 122, 573-8 (with cover illustration).
Ramsden M, Nyborg AC, Murphy MP, Chang L, Stanczyk FZ, Golde TE, Pike CJ. Androgens modulate beta-amyloid levels in male rat brain. J. Neurochemistry (2003) 87, 1052-5.

Ramsden M, Berchtold NC, Patrick Kesslak J, Cotman CW, Pike CJ. Exercise increases the vulnerability of rat hippocampal neurons to kainate lesion. Brain Res. (2003) 971, 239-44.

Ramsden, M., Henderson, Z. and Pearson, H.A. Loss of modulatory effects of A on Ca2+ channel currents in rat central neurons following peptide aggregation. Brain Res. (2002) 956, 254-61.

Ramsden, M, Plant, LD, Webster, NJ, Vaughan PJ, Henderson, Z and Pearson, HA. K+ channel currents in primary cultures of rat cerebellar granule and cortical neurons are differentially affected by soluble and aggregated A1-40. J. Neurochemistry (2001) 79, 699-712.

MacManus, A, Ramsden M, Murray, M, Henderson Z, Pearson, HA and Campbell V. Enhancement of 45Ca2+ influx and voltage dependent Ca2+ channel activity by A-beta1-40 in rat cortical synaptosomes and cultured cortical neurons: modulation by the pro-inflammatory cytokine IL-1 beat. J. Biol. Chem. (2000) 275, 4713-8.

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Neuroscience 2012 travel grants available from R&D Systems.

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For the first time, R&D Systems is supporting neuroscience researchers by awarding ten travel grants of $1,000 each to attend the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in New Orleans. The application window opens May 14 and closes July 31, 2012.

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