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Non-academic publications

  • An interview for the CNN A2 morning show about the international women's day and martial arts - Link

  • An interview about science, martial arts, and commune responsibility; NIW 20, 23/02/2024 -

Academic peer-reviewed publications

Mind-Set Framework affiliated publications

  • “Being the finger pointing to the moon: how martial arts can provide a holistic perspective on teachers' role in tackling sustainability challenges”, Frontiers in Education, 07 August 2023.

Previous scientific publications

  • Rapid specification of human pluripotent stem cells to functional astrocytes”, bioRxiv, 25 Aug. 2022.

  • “Synthetic Polymers Provide a Robust Substrate for Functional Neuron Culture”, Advanced Healthcare Materials, Jan 15, 2020.

  • “Activity-dependent myelination of parvalbumin interneurons mediated by axonal morphological plasticity”, Journal of Neuroscience, Mar 5, 2018.  

  • “Candidate CSPG4 mutations and induced pluripotent stem cell modeling implicate oligodendrocyte progenitor cell dysfunction in familial schizophrenia”, Molecular Psychiatry, Jan 4, 2018.  

  • “An expandable embryonic stem cell-derived Purkinje neuron progenitor population that exhibits in vivo maturation in the adult mouse cerebellum”, Scientific Reports, August 2017. 

  • “Fast-spiking Parvalbumin Interneurons are Frequently Myelinated in the Cerebral Cortex of Mice and Humans”. Cerebral Cortex, August 2017.

  • "Activity-based protein profiling reveals off-target proteins of the FAAH inhibitor BIA 10-2474”. Science, June 2017. 

  • “A simplified protocol for differentiation of electrophysiologically mature neuronal networks from human induced pluripotent stem cells”. Molecular Psychiatry, Apr. 2017.

  • “Transient and sustained afterdepolarizations in accessory olfactory bulb mitral cells are mediated by distinct mechanisms that are differentially regulated by neuromodulators”. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, Jan 2015.

  • “Calcium-Activated Sustained Firing Responses Distinguish Accessory from Main Olfactory Bulb Mitral Cells.” Journal of Neuroscience, May 2012.

  • “Distinct intrinsic membrane properties determine differential information processing between main and accessory olfactory bulb mitral cells.” Neuroscience, Aug 2011.

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