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									       Program Director/Principal Investigator (Last, First, Middle):                                            Dailey, Michael E.

                                                         BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

NAME                                                                          POSITION TITLE
Dailey, Michael E.                                                            Associate Professor of Biology
eRA COMMONS USER NAME (credential, e.g., agency login)
mdailey                                                                       Website: www.dailey-lab.com
EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.)
                      INSTITUTION AND LOCATION                                                      YEAR(s)               FIELD OF STUDY
                                                                              (if applicable)

Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA                                              B.S.              1981-1985           Biology
Washington Univ. Sch. of Med., St. Louis, MO                                  Ph.D.             1985-1990           Neural Science
Stanford University Med. School, Stanford, CA                                 Postdoc           1990-1996           Physiology
A. Research and/or Professional Experience.
 1985-1990 Graduate Research Assistant, Dept. of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Washington
             University Medical School, St. Louis, MO, with Dr. P. Bridgman
 1986-1988 NIH Training Grant (GM08151), Washington Univ. Div. of Biology & Biomedical Sci.
 1990-1996 Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of Molec. & Cell. Physiology, Stanford Univ. Med. Sch.
 1991-1994 National Research Service Award (NS09027), NIH
 1996-2002 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
 1996-2010    Director, Carver Center for Imaging (CCI), Dept. of Biology, Univ. of Iowa
 2002-present Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
 2010-present Director, Histology & Imaging Core, Iowa Center for Molecular Auditory Neurosci.

B. Selected peer-reviewed publications (in chronological order).
 1. Jakeman LB, Reier PJ, Bregman BS, Wade EB, Dailey M, Kastner RJ, Himes BT, Tessler A
    (1989) Differentiation of substantia gelatinosa-like regions in intraspinal and intracerebral
    transplants of embryonic spinal cord tissue in the rat. Exp. Neurol. 103:17-33. PMID:
 2. Bridgman PC, Dailey ME (1989) The organization of myosin and actin in rapid frozen nerve
    growth cones. J. Cell Biol. 108:95-109. PMID: 2642912.
 3. Dailey ME, Bridgman PC (1989) Dynamics of the endoplasmic reticulum and other
    membranous organelles in growth cones of cultured neurons. J. Neurosci. 9(6):1897-1909.
    [journal cover] PMID: 2723756.
 4. Dailey ME, Bridgman PC (1991) Structure and organization of membrane organelles along
    distal microtubule segments in growth cones. J. Neurosci. Res. 30:242-258. PMID:
 5. O'Rourke NA, Dailey ME, Smith SJ, McConnell SK (1992) Diverse migratory pathways in the
    developing cerebral cortex. Science 258:299-302. [journal cover] PMID: 1411527.
 6. Dailey ME, Bridgman PC (1993) Vacuole dynamics in growth cones: correlated EM and video
    observations. J. Neurosci. 13(8):3375-3393. PMID: 8340814.
 7. Dailey ME, Smith SJ (1993) Confocal imaging of mossy fiber growth in live hippocampal
    slices. Jpn. J. Physiol., 43:S183-S192. PMID: 8271493.
 8. Dailey ME, Buchanan J, Bergles D, Smith SJ (1994) Mossy fiber growth and synaptogenesis
    in rat hippocampal slices in vitro. J. Neurosci. 14(3):1060-1078. PMID: 8120613.
 9. Dailey ME, Smith SJ (1994) Spontaneous Ca2+ transients in developing hippocampal
    pyramidal cells. J. Neurobiol. 25(3):243-251. PMID: 7910845.
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10. Dailey ME, Smith SJ (1996) The dynamics of dendritic structure in developing hippocampal
    slices. J. Neurosci. 16(9): 2983-2994. [journal cover] PMID: 8622128.
11. Rochlin MW, Dailey ME, Bridgman PC (1999) Polymerizing microtubules activate site-
    directed F-actin assembly in nerve growth cones. Mol. Biol. Cell 10(7):2309-2327. PMID:
12. Dailey ME, Waite M (1999) Confocal imaging of microglial cell dynamics in hippocampal slice
    cultures. Methods 18(2):222-230. PMID: 10356354.
13. Marrs G, Green SH, Dailey ME (2001) Rapid formation and remodeling of postsynaptic
    densities in developing dendrites. Nature Neurosci. 4(10):1006-1013. PMID: 11574832.
    [see also: News & Views, pp. 967-968]
14. Stence N, Waite M, Dailey ME (2001) Dynamics of microglial activation: A confocal time-lapse
    analysis in hippocampal slices. Glia 33:256-266. PMID: 11241743.
15. Qin L, Marrs GS, McKim R, Dailey ME (2001) Hippocampal mossy fibers induce assembly
    and clustering of PSD95-containing postsynaptic densities independent of glutamate receptor
    activation. J. Comp. Neurol. 440:284-298. PMID: 11745624.
16. Castejón OJ, Dailey ME, Apkarian RP, Castejón HV (2002) Correlative microscopy of cere-
    bellar Bergmann glial cells. J. Submicrosc. Cytol. Pathol. 34(2):131-142. PMID: 12117273.
17. Yu J-R, O’Hara SP, Lin JL-C, Dailey ME, Cain G, JJ-C Lin (2002) A common oocyst surface
    antigen of Cryptosporidium recognized by monoclonal antibodies. Parasitology Res.
    88:412-420. PMID: 12049457.
18. Grossmann R, Stence N, Carr J, Fuller L, Waite M, Dailey ME (2002) Juxtavascular microglia
    migrate along brain capillaries following activation during early postnatal development. Glia
    37: 229-240. PMID: 11857681. [journal cover]
19. Castejón OJ, Fuller L, Dailey ME (2004) Localization of Synapsin-I and PSD-95 in developing
    cerebellar cortex of postnatal rat. Dev. Brain Res. 151:25-32. PMID: 15246689.
20. Petersen MA, Dailey ME (2004) Diverse microglial motility behaviors during clearance of
    dead cells in hippocampal slices. Glia 46(2):195-206. PMID: 15042586.
21. Zha X-M, Green SH, Dailey ME (2005) Regulation of hippocampal synapse remodeling by
    epileptiform activity. Molec. Cell. Neurosci. 29(4):494-506. PMID:15953736. [cover]
22. Benediktsson AM, Schachtele SJ, Green SH, Dailey ME (2005) Ballistic labeling and dynamic
    imaging of astrocytes in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures. J. Neurosci. Methods
    141:41-53. PMID: 15585287.
23. Ahmed R, Zha X-M, Green SH, Dailey ME (2006) Synaptic activity and F-actin coordinately
    regulate CaMKII localization to dendritic postsynaptic sites in developing hippocampal
    slices. Molec. Cell. Neurosci. 31:37-51. PMID: 16214364.
24. Kurpius D, Wilson N, Fuller L, Hoffman A, Dailey ME (2006) Early activation, motility, and
    homing of neonatal microglia to injured neurons does not require protein synthesis. Glia
    54:58-70. PMID: 16715500.
25. Marrs G, Honda T, Fuller L, Thangavel R, Balsamo J, Lilien J, Dailey ME, Arregui C (2006)
    Dendritic arbors of developing retinal ganglion cells are stabilized by 1-integrins. Molec.
    Cell. Neurosci. 32:230-241. [journal cover] PMID: 16757177.
26. Haynes SE, Hollopeter G, Yang G, Kurpius D, Dailey ME, Gan W-B, Julius D (2006) The
    P2Y12 receptor regulates microglial activation by extracellular nucleotides. Nat. Neurosci.
    9(12):1512-1519. PMID: 17115040.
27. Kurpius D, Nolley EP, Dailey ME (2007) Purines induce directed migration and rapid homing
    of microglia to injured pyramidal neurons in developing hippocampus. Glia 55(8):873-884.
    [journal cover] PMID: 17405148
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28. Castejón OJ, Dailey ME. (2009) Immunohistochemistry of GluR1 subunits of AMPA receptors
    of rat cerebellar nerve cells. Biocell. Aug;33(2):71-80. PMID: 19886034.
29. Zha X-M, Dailey ME, Green SH (2009) Role of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in
    dendritic spine remodeling during epileptiform activity in vitro. J. Neurosci. Res. 87:1969-
    1979. PMID: 19235894. PMC2694514.
30. Lu Y, Zha XM, Kim EY, Schachtele S, Dailey ME, Hall DD, Strack S, Green SH, Hoffman DA,
    Hell JW (2011) A kinase anchor protein 150-associated protein kinase A limits dendritic spine
    density. J. Biol. Chem. 286(30):26496-506. PMID: 21652711. PMC3143614
31. Schachtele SJ, Losh J, Dailey ME, Green SH (2011) Spine formation and maturation in the
    developing rat auditory cortex. J. Comp. Neurol. 519(16):3327-3345. PMID: 21800311.
    PMCID: In Process.
32. Benediktsson AM, Marrs GM, Tu JC, Worley PF, Rothstein JD, Bergles DE, Dailey ME (2012)
    Neuronal activity regulates glutamate transporter dynamics in developing astrocytes. Glia
    60(2):175-188. PMID: 22052455. PMC3232333.
33. Eyo U, Dailey ME (2012) Effects of oxygen-glucose deprivation on microglial motility and
    viability in developing mouse hippocampal tissues. Glia 60(11):1747-1760. [journal cover]
    PMID: 22847985 [PMCID: in process]

1. Dailey ME, Marrs G, Satz J, Waite M (1999) Concepts in imaging and microscopy: Exploring
   biological structure and function with confocal microscopy. Biol. Bull. 197:115-122. PMID:
2. Dailey ME (2002) Optical imaging of neural structure and physiology: Confocal fluorescence
   microscopy in live brain slices. In, Brain Mapping: The Methods, 2nd Edition (Toga A and
   Mazziotta J, eds.) Elsevier Science, pp. 49-76.
3. Dailey ME, Manders E, Soll D, Terasaki M (2006) Confocal microscopy of live cells. In,
   Handbook of Biological Confocal Microscopy, 3rd Ed. (JB Pawley, ed.) New York: Plenum.
4. Dailey ME et al. http://www.microscopyu.com/articles/livecellimaging/index.html.
   “Introduction to Live-Cell Imaging Techniques.” 2 Aug 2006.
5. Kurpius D, Dailey ME (2007) Imaging microglia in live brain slices and slice cultures. CSH
   Protoc. Oct 1;2007:pdb.prot4852. doi: 10.1101/pdb.prot4852. PMID: 21356950.
6. Fuller L, Dailey ME (2007) Preparation of Rodent Hippocampal Slice Cultures. CSH Protoc.
   Oct 1;2007:pdb.prot4848. doi: 10.1101/pdb.prot4848. PMID: 21356949
7. Dailey ME, Marrs GS, Kurpius D (2011) Maintaining live cells and tissue slices in the imaging
   setup. Chapter 33 in, Imaging in Neuroscience: A Laboratory Manual. (Helmchen F,
   Konnerth A) Cold Spring Harb Protoc. Apr 1; PMID: 21460059.
8. Dailey ME, Eyo U, Fuller L, Hass J, Kurpius D (2011) A practical guide: Imaging microglia in
   brain slices and slice cultures. Chapter 68 in, Imaging in Neuroscience: A Laboratory Manual.
   (Helmchen F, Konnerth A) Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press: Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
9. Eyo U, Dailey ME (2013) Microglia: Key Elements in Neural Development, Plasticity, and
   Pathology. J. Neuroimmune Pharmacol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11481-013-9434-z.
   PMID: 23354784.

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