We study the multicellular interactions between neurons and glia in the brain with a primary focus on the development, plasticity, and regeneration of myelinating oligodendrocytes. Techniques include high-resolution optical imaging in combination with molecular labels, genetic manipulation, and sensors of cellular physiology.
- January 2018 – Welcome undergraduate students Twisha and Nikhil!
- October 2018 – Welcome rotating graduate student Tim Chapman!
- September 2018 – Welcome rotating graduate student Erik Brink and undergraduate student Alec Vaules!
- July 2018 – The lab officially opened.
- March 2018 – New paper in Nature Neuroscience highlighted by Faculty of 1000, Neuron, Nature Reviews and Yale News
- Hill RA, Li AM, and Grutzendler J. (2018) Nature Neuroscience. PMID: 29556031
- Hill RA, Damisah EC, Chen F, Kwan AC, and Grutzendler J. (2017) Nature Communications. PMID: 28621306
- Damisah EC*, Hill RA*, Tong L, Murray KN, Grutzendler J. (2017) Nature Neuroscience. PMID: 28504673
- Hill RA, Tong L, Yuan P, Murikinati S, Gupta S, and Grutzendler J. (2015) Neuron. PMID: 26119027
- Hill RA and Grutzendler J. (2014) Nature Methods. PMID: 25357236
- Hill RA, Patel KD, Goncalves CM, Grutzendler J, and Nishiyama A. (2014) Nature Neuroscience, PMID: 25262495
- Schain AJ, Hill RA, and Grutzendler J. (2014) Nature Medicine. PMID: 24681598
Robert Hill, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
Hanover, NH 03755