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John Ewer

Full Professor, Centro Interdisciplinario de Neurociencia de Valparaíso, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Valparaíso (2006-present).
Centro Milenio Genómica de la Célula (CGC)(2007).
Ph.D. Brandeis University (1991) Associate Professor, Cornell University (2004).

Curriculum Vitae

Personal website : ewerlab.org

Contact information:

E-mail: john.ewer@uv.cl
Pasaje Harrington 287, Playa Ancha. Valparaíso
Teléfono: (56)-(32)-2508040

Neurogenetics of Behavior and Development in Drosophila melanogaster, Director, Graduate program in Neurosciences.

 

  • Salazar, C., Valdivia, G., Ardiles, A.O., Ewer, J., and Palacios, A.G. (2016). Genetic variants associated with neurodegenerative Alzheimer disease in natural models. Biol Res 49:14., 10.1186/s40659-40016-40072-40659.
  • Aspé-Sanchez, M., Moreno, M., Rivera, M.I., Rossi, A., and Ewer, J. (2016). Oxytocin and Vasopressin Receptor Gene Polymorphisms: Role in Social and Psychiatric Traits. Front Neurosci 9:510., 10.3389/fnins.2015.00510. eCollection 02015.
  • Langenhan, T., Barr, M. M., Bruchas, M. R., Ewer, J., Griffith, L. C., Maiellaro, I., Taghert, P. H., White, B. H. and Monk, K. R. (2015). Model Organisms in GPCR Research. Mol Pharmacol 15(115): 098764.
  • Ewer, J., Jindra, M. (2014). Editorial overview: Development and regulation: Departing from paradigms. Curr. Op. Insect Sci. 1: vii-ix.
  • White, B.H., and Ewer, J. (2014) Neural and Hormonal Control of Postecdysial Behaviors in Insects. Ann. Rev. Entomol. 59:363-81
  • Honegger, H. W., E. M. Dewey and Ewer J. (2008). “Bursicon, the tanning hormone of insects: recent advances following the discovery of its molecular identity.” J Comp Physiol A. 194: 989-1005
  • Ewer, J. (2007) The Neuroendocrinology of eclosion. In: Invertebrate Neurobiology, Greenspan, R., and North, G., Eds. Cold Spring Harbor Press. P 555-579.
  • Ewer, J. (2005) Behavioral actions of neuropeptides in invertebrates: insights from Drosophila. Horm Behav. 48:418-429.
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