Beth Siegler Retchless, Ph.D.

Graduated: December, 2010
Mentor: Dr. Jon Johnson
Thesis: Mechanistic bases of subtype-specific NMDA receptor channel properties
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Pittsburgh
Prior Degree: BS Brown University (1999)


Gielen, M., Siegler Retchless, B., Mony, L., Johnson, J. W., Paoletti, P. Mechanism of differential control of NMDA receptor activity by NR2 subunits. Nature, 459(7247):703-7, 2009.

Rittenhouse, C.D., Siegler, B.A., Voelker, C.J., Shouval, H., Paradiso, M.A. and Bear, M.F. Stimulus for ocular dominance plasticity in visual cortex. J. Neurophys. 95(5):2947-50, 2006.

Siegler, B.A., Ritchey, M. and Rubin, J. Spike-timing dependent plasticity as a mechanism for ocular dominance shift. Neurocomputing 65-66: 181-88, 2005.