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Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
Rady Children's Specialists
Pritzker School of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. Jeffrey Neul is chief of the Division of Neurology at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and a professor of neurosciences and pediatrics at UC San Diego.
Dr. Neul is a native of Chicago and earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his medical and doctorate degrees from the University of Chicago and completed his residency and fellowship in child neurology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital.
Dr. Neul is an internationally recognized expert in genetic neurodevelopmental disorders, specifically Rett syndrome. He conducts clinical research and clinical trials on Rett syndrome, genetic research to identify other genetic causes of neurodevelopmental disorders, and translational research using disease models to identify and test novel treatment modalities for these disorders.
As division chief, Dr. Neul is focusing on further enhancing existing strengths in the division, creating new programs of distinction and creating a culture of active clinical research at the point of clinical care in order to bring treatment advances from the lab into the clinic.
Longitudinal course of epilepsy in Rett syndrome and related disorders.
Tarquinio DC, Hou W, Berg A, Kaufmann WE, Lane JB, Skinner SA, Motil KJ, Neul JL, Percy AK, Glaze DG
Loss of MeCP2 Causes Urological Dysfunction and Contributes to Death by Kidney Failure in Mouse Models of Rett Syndrome.
Ward CS, Huang TW, Herrera JA, Samaco RC, Pitcher MR, Herron A, Skinner SA, Kaufmann WE, Glaze DG, Percy AK, Neul JL
Methyl-CpG binding-protein 2 function in cholinergic neurons mediates cardiac arrhythmogenesis.
Herrera JA, Ward CS, Wehrens XH, Neul JL
Loss of MeCP2 in the rat models regression, impaired sociability and transcriptional deficits of Rett syndrome.
Veeraragavan S, Wan YW, Connolly DR, Hamilton SM, Ward CS, Soriano S, Pitcher MR, McGraw CM, Huang SG, Green JR, Yuva LA, Liang AJ, Neul JL, Yasui DH, LaSalle JM, Liu Z, Paylor R, Samaco RC
Manipulations of MeCP2 in glutamatergic neurons highlight their contributions to Rett and other neurological disorders.
Meng X, Wang W, Lu H, He LJ, Chen W, Chao ES, Fiorotto ML, Tang B, Herrera JA, Seymour ML, Neul JL, Pereira FA, Tang J, Xue M, Zoghbi HY
Progressive Changes in a Distributed Neural Circuit Underlie Breathing Abnormalities in Mice Lacking MeCP2.
Huang TW, Kochukov MY, Ward CS, Merritt J, Thomas K, Nguyen T, Arenkiel BR, Neul JL
Enrichment of mutations in chromatin regulators in people with Rett syndrome lacking mutations in MECP2.
Sajan SA, Jhangiani SN, Muzny DM, Gibbs RA, Lupski JR, Glaze DG, Kaufmann WE, Skinner SA, Annese F, Friez MJ, Lane J, Percy AK, Neul JL
Caretaker Quality of Life in Rett Syndrome: Disorder Features and Psychological Predictors.
Killian JT Jr, Lane JB, Lee HS, Pelham JH, Skinner SA, Kaufmann WE, Glaze DG, Neul JL, Percy AK
Origin of a Non-Clarke's Column Division of the Dorsal Spinocerebellar Tract and the Role of Caudal Proprioceptive Neurons in Motor Function.
Yuengert R, Hori K, Kibodeaux EE, McClellan JX, Morales JE, Huang TW, Neul JL, Lai HC
The Changing Face of Survival in Rett Syndrome andÂ MECP2-Related Disorders.
Tarquinio DC, Hou W, Neul JL, Kaufmann WE, Glaze DG, Motil KJ, Skinner SA, Lee HS, Percy AK
Corrigendum: Wild-type microglia do not reverse pathology in mouse models of Rett syndrome.
Wang J, Wegener JE, Huang TW, Sripathy S, De Jesus-Cortes H, Xu P, Tran S, Knobbe W, Leko V, Britt J, Starwalt R, McDaniel L, Ward CS, Parra D, Newcomb B, Lao U, Nourigat C, Flowers DA, Cullen S, Jorstad NL, Yang Y, Glaskova L, Vigneau S, Kozlitina J, Yetman MJ, Jankowsky JL, Reichardt SD, Reichardt HM, GÃ¤rtner J, Bartolomei MS, Fang M, Loeb K, Keene CD, Bernstein I, Goodell M, Brat DJ, Huppke P, Neul JL, Bedalov A, Pieper AA
Wild-type microglia do not reverse pathology in mouse models of Rett syndrome.
Wang J, Wegener JE, Huang TW, Sripathy S, De Jesus-Cortes H, Xu P, Tran S, Knobbe W, Leko V, Britt J, Starwalt R, McDaniel L, Ward CS, Parra D, Newcomb B, Lao U, Nourigat C, Flowers DA, Cullen S, Jorstad NL, Yang Y, Glaskova L, Vingeau S, Kozlitina J, Yetman MJ, Jankowsky JL, Reichardt SD, Reichardt HM, GÃ¤rtner J, Bartolomei MS, Fang M, Loeb K, Keene CD, Bernstein I, Goodell M, Brat DJ, Huppke P, Neul JL, Bedalov A, Pieper AA
Improving Treatment Trial Outcomes for Rett Syndrome: The Development of Rett-specific Anchors for the Clinical Global Impression Scale.
Neul JL, Glaze DG, Percy AK, Feyma T, Beisang A, Dinh T, Suter B, Anagnostou E, Snape M, Horrigan J, Jones NE
Age of diagnosis in Rett syndrome: patterns of recognition among diagnosticians and risk factors for late diagnosis.
Tarquinio DC, Hou W, Neul JL, Lane JB, Barnes KV, O'Leary HM, Bruck NM, Kaufmann WE, Motil KJ, Glaze DG, Skinner SA, Annese F, Baggett L, Barrish JO, Geerts SP, Percy AK
Treatment of cardiac arrhythmias in a mouse model of Rett syndrome with Na+-channel-blocking antiepileptic drugs.
Herrera JA, Ward CS, Pitcher MR, Percy AK, Skinner S, Kaufmann WE, Glaze DG, Wehrens XH, Neul JL
Rett syndrome like phenotypes in the R255X Mecp2 mutant mouse are rescued by MECP2 transgene.
Pitcher MR, Herrera JA, Buffington SA, Kochukov MY, Merritt JK, Fisher AR, Schanen NC, Costa-Mattioli M, Neul JL
Pubertal development in Rett syndrome deviates from typical females.
Killian JT, Lane JB, Cutter GR, Skinner SA, Kaufmann WE, Tarquinio DC, Glaze DG, Motil KJ, Neul JL, Percy AK
Mutual antagonism between Sox10 and NFIA regulates diversification of glial lineages and glioma subtypes.
Glasgow SM, Zhu W, Stolt CC, Huang TW, Chen F, LoTurco JJ, Neul JL, Wegner M, Mohila C, Deneen B
Low bone mineral mass is associated with decreased bone formation and diet in girls with Rett syndrome.
Motil KJ, Barrish JO, Neul JL, Glaze DG
Developmental delay in Rett syndrome: data from the natural history study.
Neul JL, Lane JB, Lee HS, Geerts S, Barrish JO, Annese F, Baggett LM, Barnes K, Skinner SA, Motil KJ, Glaze DG, Kaufmann WE, Percy AK
Methyl-CpG-binding protein 2 (MECP2) mutation type is associated with disease severity in Rett syndrome.
Cuddapah VA, Pillai RB, Shekar KV, Lane JB, Motil KJ, Skinner SA, Tarquinio DC, Glaze DG, McGwin G, Kaufmann WE, Percy AK, Neul JL, Olsen ML
Brief report: MECP2 mutations in people without Rett syndrome.
Suter B, Treadwell-Deering D, Zoghbi HY, Glaze DG, Neul JL
Detection of rarely identified multiple mutations in MECP2 gene do not contribute to enhanced severity in Rett syndrome.
Chapleau CA, Lane J, Kirwin SM, Schanen C, Vinette KM, Stubbolo D, MacLeod P, Glaze DG, Motil KJ, Neul JL, Skinner SA, Kaufmann WE, Percy AK
Insulinotropic treatments exacerbate metabolic syndrome in mice lacking MeCP2 function.
Pitcher MR, Ward CS, Arvide EM, Chapleau CA, Pozzo-Miller L, Hoeflich A, Sivaramakrishnan M, Saenger S, Metzger F, Neul JL
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