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Dr Mark Wall

Job Title
Reader
Department
Life Sciences
Phone
76573772
Biography

PhD Neurophysiology University of Bristol 1993

Title Funder Award start Award end
Synaptic toxicity of tau oligomers in Alzheimer's disease: underlying mechanisms and clinical translation 5-year post-doc fellowship - ARUK RAD ECF Alzheimers Research UK 01 Nov 2021 31 Oct 2026
Modulation of arousal by direct CO2 gating of connexin hemichannels expressed by VTA GABAergic neurons (BBSRC Responsive Mode Application) BBSRC 01 Sep 2021 31 Jan 2025
Investigating mechanisms of tau oligomer of plasticity and synaptic transmission in pyramidal cells. ARUK Midlands Network Centre Alzheimers Research UK 01 Mar 2021 28 Feb 2022
ARUK ECR for Emily Hill. Mechanisms by which oligomeric tau alters neuronal function at a single neuron level: new insights into the mechanisms underlying Alzheimer's disease Alzheimers Research UK 15 Jul 2021 14 Oct 2021
The role of gliotransmission in absence epilepsy Epilepsy Research UK 01 Sep 2017 31 Aug 2019
How do intracellular tau protein oligomers modulate pyramidal cell function in the hippocampus? ARUK Midlands Network Centre Alzheimers Research UK 01 Sep 2017 31 Aug 2018
Negative-feedback control of neocortical activity by the neuromodulator adenosine BBSRC 01 Jan 2013 31 Dec 2016
Negative-feedback control of neocortical activity by the neuromodulator adenosine BBSRC 01 Jan 2013 31 Dec 2016
Action Potential and Ca2+ Dependant Adenosine Release in the Cerebellum: MRC 01 Jun 2008 31 May 2011
Quantifying the effects of adenosine on synaptic transmission between neocorticalpyramidal cells Royal Society 01 May 2009 30 Apr 2010
Novel real-time amperometric detection of extracellular ATP: characterisation of spontaneous ATP release in cerebellum Wellcome Trust 01 Jan 2005 31 Dec 2007

Research Themes:

Biomedical Science