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Williamson, Michael

Michael Williamson

INS Graduate Student - Jones and Drew Labs

Williamson MR, Fuertes CF, Dunn AK, Drew MR, and Jones TA. Reactive astrocytes facilitate vascular repair and remodeling after stroke. Cell Reports, 35:109048, 2021.


Williamson MR, Fuertes CF, Franzen RF, Dunn AK, Drew MR, and Jones TA. A window of vascular plasticity coupled to behavioral recovery after stroke. Journal of Neuroscience, 40:7651-7667, 2020.


He F, Sullender C, Zhu H, Williamson MR, Li X, Zhao Z, Wei X, Jones TA, Xie C, Dunn AK, and Luan L. Multimodal mapping of neural activity and cerebral blood flow reveals long-lasting neurovascular dissociations after small-scale strokes. Science Advances, 6:eaba1933, 2020.


Williamson MR, Jones TA, and Drew MR. Functions of subventricular zone neural precursor cells in stroke recovery. Behavioural Brain Research, 376:112209, 2019.


Williamson MR. Stroke primes new hippocampal neurons for hyperexcitability. Journal of Neuroscience, 39:6396-6398, 2019.


Williamson MR, Wilkinson CM, Dietrich K, and Colbourne F. Acetazolamide mitigates intracranial pressure spikes without affecting functional outcome after experimental hemorrhagic stroke. Translational Stroke Research, 10:428-439, 2019.


Clark TA, Sullender CT, Kazmi SM, Speetles BL, Williamson MR, Palmberg DM, Dunn AK, and Jones TA. Artery targeted photothrombosis widens the vascular penumbra, instigates peri-infarct neovascularization and models forelimb impairments. Scientific Reports, 9(1):2323, 2019.


Williamson MR, John RF, and Colbourne F. Measurement of Intracranial Pressure in Freely Moving Rats. Methods in Molecular Biology, 1717:17-25, 2018.


Williamson MR and Colbourne F. Evidence for decreased brain parenchymal volume after large intracerebral hemorrhages: a potential mechanism limiting intracranial pressure rises. Translational Stroke Research, 8(4):386-396, 2017.


Williamson MR, Dietrich K, Hackett MJ, Caine S, Nadeau CA, Aziz JR, Nichol H, Paterson PG, and Colbourne F. Rehabilitation augments hematoma clearance and attenuates oxidative injury and ion dyshomeostasis after brain hemorrhage. Stroke, 48(1):195-203, 2017.


John RF, Williamson MR, Dietrich K, and Colbourne F. Localized hypothermia aggravates bleeding in the collagenase model of intracerebral hemorrhage. Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management, 5:19-25, 2015.