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Christopher Bartley, MD, PhD

Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Yale UniversityM.D.2015School of Medicine
    Yale UniversityPh.D.2014Department of Neurobiology
    Yale UniversityB.S.2004Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology
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    Department of Psychiatry, UCSF2016The PGY-1 Medical Student Teaching Award
    Yale University School of Medicine2015Cum Laude
    Yale University School of Medicine2015The Selma and Karl Folkers Prize in Biomedical Research
    Yale University2014Earned "distinction" in Ph.D. qualifying exams
    CT Next2014Entrepreneurial Innovation Award
    Yale Entrepreneurial Institute2014Venture Creation Award

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    1. Bartley CM, O'Keefe RA, Blice-Baum A, Mihailescu MR, Gong X, Miyares L, Karaca E, Bordey A. Mammalian FMRP S499 Is Phosphorylated by CK2 and Promotes Secondary Phosphorylation of FMRP. eNeuro. 2016 Nov-Dec; 3(6). PMID: 27957526.
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    2. Zhang L, Bartley C, Gong X, Hsieh LS, Lin TV, Feliciano DM, Bordey A. MEK-ERK1/2-dependent FLNA overexpression promotes abnormal dendritic patterning in tuberous sclerosis independent of mTOR. Neuron. 2014 Oct 1; 84(1):78-91. PMID: 25277454; PMCID: PMC4185153.
    3. Bartley C, O'Keefe RA, Bordey A. FMRP S499 is phosphorylated independent of mTORC1-S6K1 activity. PLoS One. 2014; 9(5):e96956. PMID: 24806451; PMCID: PMC4013076.
    4. Feliciano DM, Lin TV, Hartman NW, Bartley C, Kubera C, Hsieh L, Lafourcade C, O'Keefe RA, Bordey A. A circuitry and biochemical basis for tuberous sclerosis symptoms: from epilepsy to neurocognitive deficits. Int J Dev Neurosci. 2013 Nov; 31(7):667-78. PMID: 23485365; PMCID: PMC3830611.
    5. Hashimoto-Torii K, Torii M, Sarkisian MR, Bartley C, Shen J, Radtke F, Gridley T, Sestan N, Rakic P. Interaction between Reelin and Notch signaling regulates neuronal migration in the cerebral cortex. Neuron. 2008 Oct 23; 60(2):273-84. PMID: 18957219; PMCID: PMC2913541.
    6. Sarkisian MR, Bartley C, Rakic P. Trouble making the first move: interpreting arrested neuronal migration in the cerebral cortex. Trends Neurosci. 2008 Feb; 31(2):54-61. PMID: 18201775.
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    7. Sarkisian MR, Bartley C, Chi H, Nakamura F, Hashimoto-Torii K, Torii M, Flavell RA, Rakic P. MEKK4 signaling regulates filamin expression and neuronal migration. Neuron. 2006 Dec 7; 52(5):789-801. PMID: 17145501; PMCID: PMC1876745.
    8. Linseman DA, Bartley C, Le SS, Laessig TA, Bouchard RJ, Meintzer MK, Li M, Heidenreich KA. Inactivation of the myocyte enhancer factor-2 repressor histone deacetylase-5 by endogenous Ca(2+) //calmodulin-dependent kinase II promotes depolarization-mediated cerebellar granule neuron survival. J Biol Chem. 2003 Oct 17; 278(42):41472-81. PMID: 12896970.
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