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Tim Mosca

  • Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor
  • Thomas Jefferson University
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Research interests

Synapse Formation Developmental Neurobiology Circuit Wiring and Organization

Co-authors (36)

  • Ann Goldstein
  • itai gutman
  • Carlos Ponce
  • Tim Mosca

Publications (5)

  • Drosophila Mutants Lacking Octopamine Exhibit Impairment in Aversive Olfactory Associative Learning (Commentary on Iliadi et al. (2017)).

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  • Presynaptic LRP4 promotes synapse number and function of excitatory CNS neurons.

    • Mosca T
    • Luginbuhl D
    • Wang I
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  • Rabies screen reveals GPe control of cocaine-triggered plasticity.

    • Beier K
    • Kim C
    • Hoerbelt P
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  • The Strip-Hippo Pathway Regulates Synaptic Terminal Formation by Modulating Actin Organization at the Drosophila Neuromuscular Synapses

    • Sakuma C
    • Saito Y
    • Umehara T
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  • On the Teneurin track: a new synaptic organization molecule emerges

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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Thomas Jefferson University

December 2016 - Present

Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Biology, Stanford University

April 2010 - November 2016(7 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow

Children's Hospital Boston

June 2009 - March 2010(9 months)

Teaching Fellow

Harvard Medical School

August 2007 - December 2007(4 months)

Education

Ph.D.

Harvard University, Division of Medical Sciences

September 2003 - June 2009(6 years)

B.S.

Yale University, Department of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology

September 1999 - May 2003(4 years)

M.S.

Yale University, Department of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology

September 1999 - May 2003(4 years)