Indiana University Bloomington
Dale Sengelaub
Dale Sengelaub, PhD
Psychology Building 372

Research in my lab focuses on the processes that regulate the structure and organization of both the developing and adult nervous system, with particular emphasis on sex differences and hormonal regulation.  Using a variety of species, neural systems, anatomical, and electrophysiological techniques, we address the factors which regulate neuron number, distribution, morphology, and connectivity in the brain and spinal cord.  Processes such as dendritic growth and retraction, and the maintenance of adult neuron morphology after nerve injury or spinal damage are of primary interest. 

Featured Projects

Neuroprotective effects of gonadal steroids in models of spinal motoneuron injury

Central consequences of peripheral nerve repair

Development and plasticity of hormone-sensitive motoneurons



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