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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Haydar received his doctorate at the University of Maryland School of Medicine working on brain development in the Trisomy 16 mouse model of Down syndrome with Dr. Bruce Krueger. He completed postdoctoral studies at Yale University with Dr. Pasko Rakic examining control of forebrain neural precursor development and then started his independent laboratory at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC in 2002. Dr. Haydar joined the Anatomy & Neurobiology Department at BUSM in 2010 where he maintains a vibrant laboratory using state-of-the-art molecular and surgical techniques to study mammalian brain development. Using in utero electroporation, in vivo genetic fate mapping and cell ablation techniques, this project is focused on how the multiple populations of neural stem cells and progenitor cells in the embryonic brain are lineally related and how their combined output leads to proper forebrain development. In addition, the lab is focusing on brain development and function in trisomy mouse models of Down syndrome using cellular, molecular and behavioral techniques. Dr. Haydar’s research is funded by the NIH (NINDS and NICHD).
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Concept Developmental Disabilities
Concept Embryonic and Fetal Development
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Concept Embryonic Development
Academic Article Consequences of trisomy 16 for mouse brain development: corticogenesis in a model of Down syndrome.
Academic Article Reduced apoptosis and cytochrome c-mediated caspase activation in mice lacking caspase 9.
Academic Article Epistatic and independent functions of caspase-3 and Bcl-X(L) in developmental programmed cell death.
Academic Article Advanced microscopic imaging methods to investigate cortical development and the etiology of mental retardation.
Academic Article Long-term, selective gene expression in developing and adult hippocampal pyramidal neurons using focal in utero electroporation.
Academic Article In vivo quantum dot labeling of mammalian stem and progenitor cells.
Academic Article Defects in embryonic neurogenesis and initial synapse formation in the forebrain of the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome.
Academic Article The role of ATP signaling in the migration of intermediate neuronal progenitors to the neocortical subventricular zone.
Academic Article Regulation of neural progenitor cell development in the nervous system.
Academic Article Endothelin-1 regulates oligodendrocyte development.
Academic Article beta1 integrin maintains integrity of the embryonic neocortical stem cell niche.
Academic Article Heterogeneity in ventricular zone neural precursors contributes to neuronal fate diversity in the postnatal neocortex.
Academic Article A new contribution to brain convolution: progenitor cell logistics during cortex development.
Academic Article Olig1 and Olig2 triplication causes developmental brain defects in Down syndrome.
Academic Article Pax6 is required at the telencephalic pallial-subpallial boundary for the generation of neuronal diversity in the postnatal limbic system.
Academic Article Trisomy 21 and early brain development.
Academic Article Multiplex genetic fate mapping reveals a novel route of neocortical neurogenesis, which is altered in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome.
Academic Article Down Syndrome Developmental Brain Transcriptome Reveals Defective Oligodendrocyte Differentiation and Myelination.
Academic Article Absence of Prenatal Forebrain Defects in the Dp(16)1Yey/+ Mouse Model of Down Syndrome.
Academic Article CLASP2 Links Reelin to the Cytoskeleton during Neocortical Development.
Academic Article Lifespan analysis of brain development, gene expression and behavioral phenotypes in the Ts1Cje, Ts65Dn and Dp(16)1/Yey mouse models of Down syndrome.
Academic Article Spatiotemporal development of spinal neuronal and glial populations in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome.
Grant Altered development and function of the spinal cord in Down syndrome
Grant Mechanisms of white matter development in Down syndrome
Grant Role of FOXR1 in Mammalian Brain Development

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