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Eric D Laywell Ph.D.

Eric D Laywell Ph.D.

Associate Professor

eric.laywell@med.fsu.edu
850-645-9817
Main Campus

Biosketch

(May 2011 - Present) Associate Professor Florida State University
(2004 - 2010) Assistant Professor University of Florida
(2001 - 2004) Assistant Professor University of Florida, McKnight Brain Institute
(1998 - 2001) Assistant Professor (Research) University of Tennessee

Education

Postdoctoral: University of Utah, Department of Biology. (1994-1995)
University of Tennessee, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology. (1995-1997)
Graduate: University of Tennessee, Neuroscience Program. (1993)
Undergraduate: University of Michigan.

Service

(2007 - Present) New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Research
(2012) Review Panelist. New York Health Dept. & Empire State Stem Cell Board, NYSTEM program.

Honors/Awards

(2011-2013) Brain Tumor Research Grant
(2007) University of Florida College of Medicine Exemplary Teacher Award
(1990) NIH Predoctoral Traineeship

Publications

Ross, H.H., Rahman, M., Levkoff, L.H., Millette, S., Reynolds, B.A., & E.D. Laywell (2011) Ethynyldeoxyuridine (EdU) Suppresses in Vitro Population Expansion and in Vivo Tumor Progression of Human Glioblastoma Cells. J. Neurooncol. 105: 485-98.
Ross, H.H., Sandhu, M.S., Cheung, T.F., Fitzpatrick, G.M., Sher, W.J., Tiemeier, A.J., Laywell, E.D., & D.D. Fuller (in press) In vivo Intermittent Hypoxia Elicits Enhanced Expansion and Neuronal Differentiation in Cultured Neural Progenitors. Exp. Neurol. 235: 238-45.
Marshall, G.P. II, Ross, H.H., Demir, M., Steindler, D.A., & E.D. Laywell (in revision) Regional and Temporal Functional Heterogeneity among Microglia: Population Expansion and Support of Neurogenesis
Demir, M. & E.D. Laywell (in revision) In Vivo and In Vitro AZT Perturbs Adult and Perinatal Neural Stem/Progenitor Cells in Mouse.
Rahman, M., Ross, H.H., Martin-Carreras. T., Millette, S., Reynolds, B.A., & E.D. Laywell (in preparation) Adaptive vs. metronomic ethynyldeoxyuridine therapy in the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme.