Trent R. Anderson

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University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix ABC-1 Building 425 North 5th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Associate Professor
Associate Professor - Basic Medical Sciences
Faculty
Basic Medical Sciences

Education

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship: Neuroscience, Stanford University, 2008
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship: Neuroscience, University of Calgary, 2005
  • PhD: Anatomy and Cell Biology, Queen's University, 2001

Publications

  • Bharadwaj VN, Copeland C, Mathew E, Newbern J, Anderson TR, Lifshitz J, Kodibagkar VD & Stabenfeldt SE (2020). Sex-Dependent Macromolecule and Nanoparticle Delivery in Experimental Brain Injury. Tissue Eng Part A. Vol. 26(13-14), 688-701., 07/2020 - Article, Refereed Journal -
  • Kiss ZHT & Anderson TR (2007). Cellular mechanisms of action of therapeutic brain stimulation, in Bronzino J and DiLorenzo DJ (Eds). CRC Press/Taylor and Francis., 02/07/2007 - Book -
  • Iremonger KJ, Anderson TR, Hu B & Kiss ZH (2006). Cellular mechanisms preventing sustained activation of cortex during subcortical high-frequency stimulation. J Neurophysiol. Vol. 96(2), 613-621., 08/2006 - Article, Refereed Journal -
  • Anderson TR, Hu B, Iremonger K & Kiss ZH (2006). Selective attenuation of afferent synaptic transmission as a mechanism of thalamic deep brain stimulation-induced tremor arrest. J Neurosci. Vol. 26(3), 841-850., 01/18/2006 - Article, Refereed Journal -
  • Nichols J, Perez R, Wu C, Adelson PD & Anderson T (2015). Traumatic brain injury induces rapid enhancement of cortical excitability in juvenile rats. Verson 2. CNS Neurosci Ther. Vol. 21(2), 193-203., 02/2015 - Journal Article -
Research Interests
- Traumatic Brain Injury - Psychiatric Disease - Neuroscience - Neurophysiology - Neurodegenerative Diseases - Neuroanatomy - Migraine - Electrophysiology - Diagnostic Imaging - Developmental, cell and molecular biology - Developmental Disabilities - Cancer - Anatomy