Dr. Pradeep Bhide
Professor of Biomedical Sciences & Neuroscience, Jim and Betty Ann Rodgers Eminent Scholar Chair of Developmental Neuroscience, Director of Center for Brain Repair
- Biomedical Sciences
- MSR 2350D
- Dr. Bhide's research is in the fields of developmental neurobiology and neurobiology of disease. The principal focus is on the role of the neurotransmitter dopamine in brain development. Since dopamine regulates mood, motivation and motor function, Dr. Bhide's research program has significant bearing upon multiple brain disorders including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, early onset torsion dystonia, and neuro-cognitive consequences of pre- and early postnatal drug exposure. Dr. Bhide's research has been supported by awards from the US National Institutes of Health, Depart of Defense and private foundations.
- Recent Publications
Nery FC, da Hora CC, Yaqub U, Zhang X, McCarthy DM, Bhide PG, Irimia D, Breakefield XO, New methods for investigation of neuronal migration in embryonic brain explants, J Neurosci Methods, 2015 PubMed Zhang L, McCarthy DM, Sharma N, Bhide PG, Dopamine receptor and G?(olf) expression in DYT1 dystonia mouse models during postnatal development, PLoS One, 2015 PubMed McCarthy DM, Kabir ZD, Bhide PG, Kosofsky BE, Effects of prenatal exposure to cocaine on brain structure and function, Prog Brain Res, 2014 PubMed Zhu J, Lee KP, Spencer TJ, Biederman J, Bhide PG, Transgenerational transmission of hyperactivity in a mouse model of ADHD, J Neurosci, 2014 PubMed