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Office location:
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale
Lindegren 308
600 Agriculture Drive
Carbondale, IL  62901-6503

Office: (618) 453-1451

Lab: (618) 453-4791

Fax: (618) 453-5861

Email: grose@
siumed.edu

Website: http://mypage.siu.
edu/gmrose

Educational Background:

Postdoctoral Training, Department of Pharmacology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

Ph.D., Psychology, University of California Irvine, 1980

Research Interests:

Neurobiology of Learning and Memory; Age-Related Cognitive Impairment

Recent Publications :

Tombaugh, G.C., W.B. Rowe, A. R. Chow, T.H. Michael and G.M. Rose (2002) Theta-frequency synaptic potentiation in CA1 in vitro distinguishes cognitively impaired from unimpaired aged Fischer 344 rats.  J. Neurosci.22:9932-9940.

Tombaugh, G.C., W.B. Rowe and G.M. Rose (2005)  The slow afterhyperpolarization in hippocampal CA1 neurons covaries with spatial learning ability in aged Fischer 344 rats.  J. Neurosci. 25: 2609-2616. 

Rose, G.M., A. Hopper, M. De Vivo and A. Tehim (2005) Phosphodiesterase inhibitors for cognitive enhancement. Current Pharmaceutical Design 11:3329-3334.

Rose, G.M., V. Ong and D.S. Woodruff-Pak (2007) Efficacy of MEM 1003, a novel calcium channel blocker, in  delay and trace eyeblink conditioning in older rabbits.  Neurobiol. Aging 28:766-773.

Rowe, W.B., E.M. Blalock, K.-C. Chen, I. Kadish, D. Wang, J.E. Barrett, O. Thibault, N.M. Porter, G.M. Rose and P.W. Landfield  (2007)  Hippocampal expression analyses reveal selective association of immediate-early, neuroenergetic, and myelinogenic pathways with cognitive impairment in aged rats.  J. Neurosci. 27:3098-3110.