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Neil Harris, Ph.D.

Email Address:
ngharris@mednet.ucla.edu

Mailing Address:
10833 Le Conte Ave
Los Angles, CA 90095
UNITED STATES

Lab Number:
310-825-8646
Work Phone Number:
310-206-5691



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Department / Division Affiliations
Assistant Professor, Surgery
Member, ACCESS Program, Access Biomedical Physics Home Area, Access Cell and Developmental Biology Home Area, Access Neuroscience Home Area, Brain Research Institute, Neuroscience IDP

Publications:

Selected Publications. ; .
Johnstrom P, Fryer TD, Richards HK, Harris NG, Barret O, Clark JC, Pickard JD, Davenport AP. Positron emission tomography using 18F-labelled endothelin-1 reveals prevention of binding to cardiac receptors owing to tissue-specific clearance by ET B receptors in vivo. Br J Pharmacol 2005; 144(1): 115-22.
Chen SF, Richards HK, Smielewski P, Johnstrom P, Salvador R, Pickard JD, Harris NG. Relationship between flow-metabolism uncoupling and evolving axonal injury after experimental traumatic brain injury. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 2004; 24(9): 1025-36.
Lythgoe MF, Sibson NR, Harris NG. Neuroimaging of animal models of brain disease. Br Med Bull 2003; 65: 235-57.
Chen, S Pickard, JD Harris, NG Time course of cellular pathology after controlled cortical impact injury. Experimental neurology. . 2003; 182(1): 87-102.
Harris, NG Gauden, V Fraser, PA Williams, SR Parker, GJ MRI measurement of blood-brain barrier permeability following spontaneous reperfusion in the starch microsphere model of ischemia. Magnetic resonance imaging. . 2002; 20(3): 221-30.
Harris, NG Lythgoe, MF Thomas, DL Williams, SR Cerebrovascular reactivity following focal brain ischemia in the rat: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. NeuroImage. . 2001; 13(2): 339-50.
Harris, NG Lythgoe, MF Thomas, DL Williams, SR Cerebrovascular reactivity following focal brain ischemia in the rat: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. NeuroImage. . 2001; 13(2): 339-50.
Harris, NG Zilkha, E Houseman, J Symms, MR Obrenovitch, TP Williams, SR The relationship between the apparent diffusion coefficient measured by magnetic resonance imaging, anoxic depolarization, and glutamate efflux during experimental cerebral ischemia. Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism. . 2000; 20(1): 28-36.