Alumni

Amanda Kinnischtzke, Ph.D.

Graduated: August, 2013
Mentor: Dr. Ericka Fanselow
Thesis: Cell type specific connections from primary motor to primary somatosensory cortex
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow Columbia University, New York, NY
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Prior Degree: BS University of Minnesota (2007)

Publications:

Kinnischtzke, A.K., Simons, D.J. and Fanselow, E.E. Motor cortex broadly engages excitatory and inhibitory neurons in somatosensory barrel cortex. Cerebral Cortex (in revision).

Kinnischtzke, A.K., Sewall, A.M., Berkepile, J.M. and Fanselow, E.E. Postnatal maturation of somatostatin-expressing inhibitory cells in the somatosensory cortex of GIN mice. Front Neural Circuits, 6:33, 2012.

Middletown, J.W., Kinnischtzke, A.K. and Simons, D.J. Effects of thalamic high-frequency electrical stimulation on whisker-evoked cortical adaptation. Experimental Brain Research, 2009 Aug 22. (Epub ahead of print).