20 Jul 2014

Recent publications by CCS early and mid career researchers

The following four publications include CCS early and mid career researchers Drs Lachlan Gray (Infectious Diseases) , Be'eri Niego (Australian Centre for Blood Diseases) and Tamsyn Van Rheenen (Monash Alfred Psychiatry research centre.

Churchill MJ, Cowley DJ, Wesselingh SL, Gorry PR, Gray LR (2014). HIV-1 transcriptional regulation in the central nervous system and implications for HIV cure research. Journal of Neurovirology 2014. Accepted

Freeman R#, Niego B#, Croucher DR, Pedersen LO, Medcalf RL. t-PA, but not desmoteplase, induces a plasmin-dependent opening of a blood-brain barrier model under normoxic and ischaemic conditions. Brain Res. 1565:63-73, 2014. #Denotes equal 1st author.

Niego B, Medcalf RL. Plasmin-dependent modulation of the blood-brain barrier: a major consideration during t-PA-induced thrombolysis? J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 4 June 2014, Epub ahead of print.

Van Rheenen TE, & Rossell SL. An investigation of the component processes involved in verbal declarative memory function in bipolar disorder; utility of the Hopkins Verbal Learning Test-Revised. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 20, 1-9, 2014.
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