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Pennsylvania State University
Childrens Hospital Orange County
UC San Diego, University of California - Irvine
Dr. Neggy Rismanchi is a neurologist at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Neurosciences at UC San Diego. She is dual board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with special qualifications in child neurology as well as epilepsy.
Dr. Rismanchi received her undergraduate degree from UC Davis and obtained her medical degree and doctorate via the Graduate Partnership Program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Pennsylvania State University. While at NIH and following her graduation, she has authored numerous publications on her research in the neurosciences. She completed her pediatric residency at Children's Hospital of Orange County and her pediatric neurology fellowship at UC San Diego at Rady Children's. She then pursued subspeciality training in epilepsy through a clinical neurophysiology fellowship at UC Irvine, followed by a year of epilepsy research at UC Irvine.
Dr. Rismanchi practices at Rady Children's as a general child neurologist as well as a pediatric epileptologist. She is a member of the Child Neurology Society, American Academy of Neurology and American Epilepsy Society.
Levetiracetam Versus Phenobarbital for Neonatal Seizures: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
Sharpe C, Reiner GE, Davis SL, Nespeca M, Gold JJ, Rasmussen M, Kuperman R, Harbert MJ, Michelson D, Joe P, Wang S, Rismanchi N, Le NM, Mower A, Kim J, Battin MR, Lane B, Honold J, Knodel E, Arnell K, Bridge R, Lee L, Ernstrom K, Raman R, Haas RH, NEOLEV2 INVESTIGATORS.
Early-life adversity facilitates acquisition of cocaine self-administration and induces persistent anhedonia.
Bolton JL, Ruiz CM, Rismanchi N, Sanchez GA, Castillo E, Huang J, Cross C, Baram TZ, Mahler SV
Anhedonia Following Early-Life Adversity Involves Aberrant Interaction of Reward and Anxiety Circuits and Is Reversed by Partial Silencing of Amygdala Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Gene.
Bolton JL, Molet J, Regev L, Chen Y, Rismanchi N, Haddad E, Yang DZ, Obenaus A, Baram TZ
Long-Range Temporal Correlations Reflect Treatment Response in the Electroencephalogram of Patients with Infantile Spasms.
Smith RJ, Sugijoto A, Rismanchi N, Hussain SA, Shrey DW, Lopour BA
Enduring Memory Impairments Provoked by Developmental Febrile Seizures Are Mediated by Functional and Structural Effects of Neuronal Restrictive Silencing Factor.
Patterson KP, Barry JM, Curran MM, Singh-Taylor A, Brennan G, Rismanchi N, Page M, Noam Y, Holmes GL, Baram TZ
Neurological Outcomes After Presumed Childhood Encephalitis.
Rismanchi N, Gold JJ, Sattar S, Glaser C, Sheriff H, Proudfoot J, Mower A, Nespeca M, Crawford JR, Wang SG
Epilepsy After Resolution of Presumed Childhood Encephalitis.
Rismanchi N, Gold JJ, Sattar S, Glaser CA, Sheriff H, Proudfoot J, Mower A, Crawford JR, Nespeca M, Wang SG
A class of dynamin-like GTPases involved in the generation of the tubular ER network.
Hu J, Shibata Y, Zhu PP, Voss C, Rismanchi N, Prinz WA, Rapoport TA, Blackstone C
STAM adaptor proteins interact with COPII complexes and function in ER-to-Golgi trafficking.
Rismanchi N, Puertollano R, Blackstone C
Structural basis for midbody targeting of spastin by the ESCRT-III protein CHMP1B.
Yang D, Rismanchi N, RenvoisÃ© B, Lippincott-Schwartz J, Blackstone C, Hurley JH
Atlastin GTPases are required for Golgi apparatus and ER morphogenesis.
Rismanchi N, Soderblom C, Stadler J, Zhu PP, Blackstone C
Bax/Bak-dependent release of DDP/TIMM8a promotes Drp1-mediated mitochondrial fission and mitoptosis during programmed cell death.
Arnoult D, Rismanchi N, Grodet A, Roberts RG, Seeburg DP, Estaquier J, Sheng M, Blackstone C
Cell death and long-term maintenance of neuron-like state after differentiation of rat bone marrow stromal cells: a comparison of protocols.
Rismanchi N, Floyd CL, Berman RF, Lyeth BG
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