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Eric Gruenstein, PhD

Research Interests

Learning and memory are a result of changes in the efficiency with which neurons are able to communicate with each other at structures called synapses. Over the past 2-3 decades we have learned that the strength of synapses can be increased as a result of...

  • PhD: Duke University
  • Post Doc: NIH
  • MDA Association Fellow: MIT
Contact Information
  • Office 2980 Cardiovascular Center
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office (513)558-5531
  • Fax (513)558-8474
  • Email

Peer Reviewed Publications

Gruenstein, Eric I; Schlemm, Donna J; Bethi, Mridula; Keller, Stephen J 2018. The early signaling pathway of live yeast cell derivative in THP-1 monocytes. Cell calcium, 73 , 112-120

French, D A; Gruenstein, E I 2006. An integrate-and-fire model for synchronized bursting in a network of cultured cortical neurons. Journal of computational neuroscience, 21 3, 227-41

Kutcher, Louis W; Beauman, Shirelyn R; Gruenstein, Eric I; Kaetzel, Marcia A; Dedman, John R 2003. Nuclear CaMKII inhibits neuronal differentiation of PC12 cells without affecting MAPK or CREB activation. American journal of physiology. Cell physiology, 284 6, C1334-45

Wang, X-S, E. Gruenstein, and F. Zemlan 1998. Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) Peptide Regulates Tau Phosphorylation via Two Different Signaling Pathways J Neurosci. Res, 51 , 658

Wang, X; Gruenstein, E I 1997. Mechanism of synchronized Ca2+ oscillations in cortical neurons. Brain research, 767 2, 239-49

Wang, X-S., and E. Gruenstein 1997. The Rapid Elevation of Neuronal Cytoplasmic Calcium by Apolipoprotein E Peptide J. Cell. Physiol , 173 , 73

Wang, X-S., G. Ciraolo, R. Morris, and E. Gruenstein 1997. Identification of a Neuronal Endocytic Pathway Activated by an Apolipoprotein E Receptor Binding Peptide Brain Res, 778 , 6