David Linden PhD

Professor of Neuroscience




Kajstura, T.J., Dougherty, S.E., Linden, D.J. (2018). Serotonin axons in the neocortex of the adult female mouse regrow after traumatic brain injury. Journal Neuroscience Research, 96, 512–526.

Cudmore, R.H., Dougherty, S.E. and Linden, D.J. (2017). Cerebral vascular structure in the motor cortex of adult mice is stable and is not altered by voluntary exercise.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 37, 3725-3743.

Akassoglou, K., Merlini, M., Rafalski, V.A., Real, R., Liang, L., Jin, Y., Dougherty, S.E., De Paola, V., Linden, D.J., Misgeld, T., Zheng, B. (2017). In Vivo Imaging of CNS Injury and Disease. Journal of Neuroscience 37, 10808-10816.

Jin, Y., Dougherty, S.E., Wood, K., Sun, L., Cudmore, R.H., Abdalla, A., Kannan, G., Pletnikov, M., Hashemi, P. and Linden, D.J. (2016).  Regrowth of serotonin axons in the adult mouse brain following injury.  Neuron 91, 784-762.

Zhang, Y.*, Cudmore, R.H.*, Lin, D.T., Linden, D.J. and Huganir, R.H. (2015).  Visualization of NMDA receptor-dependent AMPA receptor synaptic plasticity in vivo. Nature Neuroscience 18, 402-407.

Rylkova, D., Crank, A. and Linden, D.J. (2015).  Chronic in vivo imaging of ponto-cerebellar mossy fibers reveals morphological stability during whisker sensory manipulation in the adult rat.  eNeuro, ENEURO.0075-15.2015