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Researcher: Haas, MA (Dr Matilda Haas)

Fields of Research

Central Nervous System
Neurology and Neuromuscular Diseases
Cellular Nervous System
Cellular Immunology
Neurosciences

Research Objectives

Nervous System and Disorders
Immune System and Allergy
Neurodegenerative Disorders Related to Ageing
Health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

In vitro testing to diagnose venom allergy and monitor immunotherapy: a placebo-controlled, crossover trial; Clinical and Experimental Immunology
In vitro models of the key pathological changes in axons associated with neurodegenerative disease and acquired brain injury; 4th Congress of Federation of Asian-Oceanain Neuroscience Societies
A role for ERM proteins and extracellular guidance cues in neuronal movement and the response to trauma
Axonal shearing in mature cortical neurons induces attempted regeneration and the reestablishment of neurite polarity; Brain Research: International Multidisciplinary Journal Devoted to Fundamental Research in The Brain Sciences
Binding partners L1 cell adhesion molecule and the ezrin-radixin-moesin (ERM) proteins are involved in the development and the regenerative response to injury of hippocampal and cortical neurons; European Journal of Neuroscience
Cellular dynamics underlying regeneration of damaged axons differs from initial axon development; European Journal of Neuroscience
Identification and characterization of a population of motile neurons in long-term cortical culture; Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton
L1 and ERM proteins are involved in regenerative sprouting following neuronal trauma in vitro; Society for Neuroscience
Rho kinase activates ezrin-radixin-moesin (ERM) proteins and mediates their function in cortical neuron growth, morphology and motility in vitro; Journal of Neuroscience Research

Research Projects

Royal Society of Tasmania, Doctoral Award (PhD); Royal Society of Tasmania (RST)

Research Candidate Supervision