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Assoc Prof Dr. Apicella Alfonso| Auditory Processing Award | Best Faculty Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Apicella Alfonso, University of Texas at San Antonio ,United States

Associate Professor Dr. Apicella Alfonso is a distinguished academic affiliated with the University of Texas at San Antonio, United States. With expertise in [insert relevant field], Dr. Alfonso has made significant contributions to both research and education in their respective domain. Their work is characterized by a commitment to innovation and a passion for advancing knowledge in their field. Dr. Alfonso’s academic pursuits are complemented by a dedication to mentoring students and fostering a dynamic learning environment. Through their teaching, research, and service, Dr. Alfonso continues to shape the academic landscape and inspire future generations of scholars.

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🎓 Education:

2000: Bachelor of Science (B.S.),2004: Ph.D.

🔬 Postdoctoral Training:

2005‒2006: Second University of the Studies of Naples, Italy,2006‒2007: Second University of the Studies of Naples, Italy; University of California, San Diego, CA,2007‒2010: University of California, San Diego, CA (with Jeffry S. Isaacson and Massimo Scanziani),2010‒2013: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY (with Roberto Malinow); University of California, Berkeley, CA (with Micheal R. DeWeese); Northwestern University (with Gordon M. Shepherd Jr.)

🏫 Academic Appointments:

2013‒2018: Assistant Professor in Biology/Neuroscience, University of Texas at San Antonio,2019‒present: Associate Professor of Biology/Neuroscience, University of Texas at San Antonio

🏆 Honors and Awards :

2002: EMBO (European Molecular Biology Organization) fellowship,2008-11: NARSAD Young Investigator Award,2012-13: T32 Grant (Pathophysiology and Rehabilitation of Neural Dysfunction)

Publication Top Notes :
  1. Apicella AJ, Rock C (2015). “Callosal projections drive neuronal-specific response in the mouse auditory cortex.” Journal of Neuroscience.Publication Year: 2015Authors: Apicella AJ, Rock C
  2. Rock C, Apicella AJ (2016). “An inhibitory corticostriatal pathway.” eLife.Publication Year: 2016Authors: Rock C, Apicella AJ
  3. Zurita H, Rock C, Perkins J, Apicella AJ (2017). “A Layer-specific corticofugal input to the mouse superior colliculus.” Cerebral Cortex.Publication Year: 2017Authors: Zurita H, Rock C, Perkins J, Apicella AJ
  4. Rock C, Zurita H, Lebby S, Wilson CJ, Apicella AJ (2017). “Cortical Circuits of Callosal GABAergic Neurons.” Cerebral Cortex.Publication Year: 2017Authors: Rock C, Zurita H, Lebby S, Wilson CJ, Apicella AJ
  5. Vasquez JH, Leong KC, Gagliardi CM, Harland B, Apicella AJ, Muzzio IA (2019). “Pathway specific activation of ventral hippocampal cells projecting to the prelimbic cortex diminishes fear renewal.” Neurobiol Learn Mem.Publication Year: 2019Authors: Vasquez JH, Leong KC, Gagliardi CM, Harland B, Apicella AJ, Muzzio IA
  6. Bertero A, Garcia C, Apicella AJ (2021). “Corticofugal VIP GABAergic Projection Neurons in the Mouse Auditory and Motor Cortex.” Frontiers in Neuronal Circuits.Publication Year: 2021Authors: Bertero A, Garcia C, Apicella AJ
  7. Apicella AJ, Marchionni I (2022). “VIP-expressing GABAergic neurons: Disinhibitory vs. Inhibitory motif and its role in communication across neocortical areas.” Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience.Publication Year: 2022Authors: Apicella AJ, Marchionni
  8. Bertero A, Verrillo L, Apicella AJ (2022). “A novel layer 4 corticofugal cell type/projection involved in thalamo-cortico-striatal sensory processing.” Journal of Neuroscience.Publication Year: 2022Authors: Bertero A, Verrillo L, Apicella AJ
  9. Alice Bertero and Apicella Aj (2024). “Distinct electrophysiological properties of long-range GABAergic and glutamatergic neurons from the lateral amygdala to the auditory cortex of the mouse.” The Journal of Physiology.Publication Year: 2024Authors: Alice Bertero and Apicella AJPlease note that some papers have multiple authors, but I listed only the first author and corresponding author (ifprovided)
Apicella Alfonso| Auditory Processing Award | Best Faculty Award

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