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Tatsuya Ogura

Research Assistant Professor

Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences Bldg, Room 211
Phone
410-455-8674
tatsuya@umbc.edu
Education
Ph D, Teikyo University School of Medicine (1993)
Niigata University School of Medicine (1987)
MS, Niigata University (1985)
BS, Niigata University (1983)
Research Interests

Our research investigates chemical senses using methods of electrophysiology, functional imaging, immunocytochemistry, and behavior assay in transgenic mice. Current research focus is to elucidate effects of acute and long term exposure to environmental chemicals causing irritation on the chemosensory system including olfactory and trigeminal systems and to find out how the systems maintain the sensory functions during the chemical challenges adapting the environmental changes.

Intellectual Contributions

10 vol. 19 2939 International Journal of Molecular Sciences

71 vol. 12 doi: 10.3389/fncel.2018.0007 Front. Cell. Neurosci.

vol. 4 (3) ENEURO.0135-17.2017 eNeuro

vol. 11 10 Frontiers in neuroanatomy

doi: 10.3389/fncel.2014.00336 Frontiers Cellular Neurosciences

vol. 15 13 doi: 10.1186/1471-2202-15-13 BMC neuroscience

78 doi: 10.3791/50538. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE

vol. 206(2) 165-75 J Neurosci Methods

Image was selected for Cover page vol. 213 161-78 Neurosci

vol. 106(3) 1274-87 J Neurophysiol

vol. 5(7) 11924 PLoS One

vol. 516 213-225

Selected as News Topics by the American Physiological Society, and by NIH vol. 99(3) 1451-60 J Neurophysiol

vol. 330(1) 17-28 Cell Tissue Res

vol. 30 i41

vol. 448(2) 161-74

vol. 121 419-426

203-210 eds. R. Borges & L. Gandía. Publ. University of La Laguna, Spain

vol. 33 541-549

First two authors contributed equally to the work vol. 89(3) 1434-9 J Neurophysiol

vol. 87(6) 2643-9

vol. 88(1) 133-41 J. Neurophysiol

vol. 87(6) 3152-5

vol. 26(7) 861-73

vol. 26(5) 499-505

vol. 82 2657-2666

vol. 17(10) 3580-3587

vol. 94 1019-1022

vol. 621 10-16

vol. 597 84-91

vol. 90(2) 351-9

vol. 88c 245-54

vol. 411 88-93

vol. 80A 167-171

Presentations

(Author & Presenter) (Author) (Author) 21th Annual undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day Poster Methimazole-Induced Changes to the Main Olfactory Epithelium and Olfactory Bulb in Wildtype and Skn-1a Knockout Mice UMBC