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Adewale Adeluyi, Ph.D.

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Harvard Medical School / Brigham and Women's Hospital, United StatesPost-doctoralNeuroscience
University of South Carolina, United StatesPhD08/2019Pharmaceutical Sciences (Neuroscience)
University of South Carolina, United StatesGradCert05/2018Applied Statistics
University of South Carolina, United StatesMPH08/2013Public Health
University of Ibadan, NigeriaB.Pharm07/2008Pharmacy
Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year Award (College of Pharmacy)
Outstanding Graduating International Student / International Student Achievement Award
SPARC Graduate Research Award
Daniel Li-Ching Wang Scholarship/ Fellowship Award
Arnold School of Public Health Scholarship Award
Valedictorian (Pharmacy Class of 2008)

I am specifically interested in microglia-monocytes dialogue in neurodegenerative diseases. Understanding how microglial phenotypes regulate recruited monocytes and vice-versa in neurodegenerative diseases such as Multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's diseases will accelerate the discovery and development of effective therapeutics for these brain disorders.

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  1. Adeluyi A, Guerin L, Fisher ML, Galloway A, Cole RD, Chan SSL, Wyatt MD, Davis SW, Freeman LR, Ortinski PI, Turner JR. Microglia morphology and proinflammatory signaling in the nucleus accumbens during nicotine withdrawal. Sci Adv. 2019 10; 5(10):eaax7031. PMID: 31633029.
  2. O'Donovan B, Adeluyi A, Anderson EL, Cole RD, Turner JR, Ortinski PI. Altered gating of Kv1.4 in the nucleus accumbens suppresses motivation for reward. Elife. 2019 09 05; 8. PMID: 31487241.
  3. Galloway A, Adeluyi A, O'Donovan B, Fisher ML, Rao CN, Critchfield P, Sajish M, Turner JR, Ortinski PI. Dopamine Triggers CTCF-Dependent Morphological and Genomic Remodeling of Astrocytes. J Neurosci. 2018 05 23; 38(21):4846-4858. PMID: 29712779.
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