Neuroscience Program Faculty

Blair Calancie, PhD

Blair Calancie, PhD
Appointed 08/01/01
1213 Institute For Human Performance (IHP)
505 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210

315 464-5540

Current Appointments

Hospital Campus

  • Downtown

Research Programs and Affiliations

  • Biomedical Sciences Program
  • Neuroscience Program
  • Neurosurgery

Research Interests

  • CNS plasticity after trauma; intraoiperative electrophysiology.

Clinical Trials

  • A pilot study in persons with spinal cord injury: Does Quadro-Pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (QP-TMS) augment recovery of voluntary movement?
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Publications

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Faculty Profile Shortcut: http://www.upstate.edu/faculty/calancib

Additional Collaborators

  • Paul Gold, PhDExternal Icon
    Professor, Biology (Syracuse University)
    Research Interests: Aging, Cell Signaling and Communication, Learning, Memory, and Plasticity, Neurological and Psychiatric Conditions.
  • James Hewett, PhDExternal Icon
    Associate Professor, Biology (Syracuse University)
    Research Interests: Neuroscience and Central Nervous System Neurobiology and Pathology: Neuromodulators and Epilepsy: Arachidonic Acid Metabolism and Cyclooxygenase-2: Cytokines and Interleukin-1beta: Signal Transduction and Gene Expression.
  • Sandra Hewett, PhDExternal Icon
    Professor, Neuroscience, Biology (Syracuse University)
    Research Interests: Mechanisms underlying cell death in the central nervous system: the interplay between excitotoxicity and inflammation.
  • Donna Korol, PhDExternal Icon
    Associate Professor, Biology (Syracuse University)
    Research Interests: Neural mechanisms of learning and memory across the lifespan.
  • Katharine (Kate) Lewis, PhDExternal Icon
    Associate Professor, Biology (Syracuse University)
    Research Interests: Specification and patterning of spinal cord interneurons; Formation of functional neuronal circuitry; Evolution of spinal cord patterning and function; Dorsal-ventral neural tube patterning; zebrafish development.
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