James Bales, Ph.D.

Graduated: August, 2010
Mentor: Dr. C. Edward Dixon
Thesis: Dopamine and cAMP Regulated Phosphoprotein, 32 kDA: A Novel Therapeutic in Traumatic Brain Injury
Current Position: Neurological Surgery Resident University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Prior Degree: BS Washington State University (2004)


Bales, J., Wagner, A.K., Kline, A.E. and Dixon, C.E. Persistent Cognitive Dysfunction After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Dopamine Hypothesis. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 2009 Jul; 33(7): 981-1003.

Bales, J.W., Ma, X., Yan, H.Q., Jenkins, L.W. and Dixon, C.E. Expression of protein phosphatase 2b (calcineurin) subunit a isoforms in rat hippocampus following a traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma. 2009 Sep 14. [Epub]