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C. Jeffery Woodbury
B.S., Arizona State University, 1982
Ph.D., SUNY at Stony Brook, 1989
American Museum of Natural History
University of Utah School of Medicine
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
email@example.com • 307-766-2686
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Woodbury CJ, Zwick M, Wang S, Lawson, JJ, Caterina MJ, Koltzenburg M, Albers KM, Koerber HR, Davis BM. 2004. Nociceptors lacking TRPV1 and TRPV2 have normal heat responses. J Neurosci 24:6410-6415.
Krimm RF, Davis BM, Woodbury CJ, Albers KM. 2004. NT3 expressed in skin causes enhancement of SAI sensory neurons that leads to postnatal enhancement of Merkel cells. J Comp Neurol 471:352-360.
Woodbury CJ, Koerber HR. 2003. Widespread projections from myelinated nociceptors throughout the substantia gelatinosa provide novel insights into neonatal hypersensitivity. J Neurosci 23: 601-610.
Ritter AM, Woodbury CJ, Albers KM, Davis BM, Koerber HR. 2001. Excess target-derived neurotrophin-3 alters the segmental innervation of skin. Eur J Neurosci 14: 411-418.
Woodbury CJ, Ritter AM, Koerber HR. 2001. Central anatomy of individual rapidly adapting low-threshold mechanoreceptors innervating the "hairy" skin of newborn mice: Early maturation of hair follicle afferents. J Comp Neurol 436: 304-323.
Ritter AM, Woodbury CJ, Albers KM, Davis BM, Koerber HR. 2000. Maturation of cutaneous sensory neurons from normal and NGF-overexpressing mice. J Neurophysiol 83: 1722-1732.
Woodbury CJ, Ritter AM, Koerber HR. 2000. On the problem of lamination in the superficial dorsal horn of mammals: A re-appraisal of the substantia gelatinosa in postnatal life. J Comp Neurol 417: 88-102.
Woodbury CJ. 1998. Two spinal cords in birds: Novel insights into early avian evolution. Proc Roy Soc B Lond. 265: 1721-1729.
Woodbury CJ. 1992. Physiological studies of cutaneous inputs to dorsal horn laminae I-IV of adult chickens. J Neurophysiol. 67: 241-254.
Woodbury CJ, Scott SA. 1991. Somatotopic organization of hindlimb skin sensory inputs to the dorsal horn of hatchling chicks (Gallus g. domesticus). J Comp Neurol 314: 237-256.