Brenda Bloodgood

Brenda Bloodgood

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BIOOOOO  Dr. Brenda Bloodgood was a postdoctoral fellow and received her Ph.D. in Neurobiology (2006) from Harvard Medical School. She completed her BS Animal Physiology and Neuroscience at UCSD (2001). Brenda is a Searle and Pew scholar and the recipient of an NIH New Innovator Award. As a postdoc she was a Helen Hay Whitney, Charles A. King Trust and L’Oreal for Women in Science Fellow and a recipient of the Dorsett L. Spurgeon Research Award, and Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award.

The Angelman Syndrome-associated ubiquitin ligase Ube3A regulates synapse development by ubiquitinating Arc

Paul L. Greer, Rikinari Hanayama, Brenda L. Bloodgood, Alan R. Mardinly, David M. Lipton, Steven W. Flavell, Tae-Kyung Kim, Eric C. Griffith, Zachary Waldon, Rene Maehr, Hidde L. Ploegh, Shoaib Chowdhury, Paul F. Worley, Judith Steen, and Michael E. Greenberg

Cell. 2010 Mar 5; 140(5): 704–716. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2010.01.026

PMID 2843143

The activity-dependent transcription factor NPAS4 regulates domain-specific inhibition

Brenda L. Bloodgood, Nikhil Sharma, Heidi Adlman Browne, Alissa Z. Trepman, Michael E. Greenberg

Nature 503, 121–125 (07 November 2013) doi:10.1038/nature12743

PMID 12345