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Hire Dr. Ralitsa Petrova
United States

Neuroscientist at UCSF

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Work Experience

Postdoctoral Scholar

UCSF Medical Center

May 2016 - Present

Columbia University Medical Center

February 2014 - April 2016

Education

PhD, Molecular Biology

Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences

August 2007 - February 2014

Bachelor's Degree

University of Perugia, Job Creation Biotechnology

October 2004 - July 2007

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Publications
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Ralitsa Petrova, Georgia Panagiotakos, Christos Haveles, Arpana Arjun, Anshul Rana, Thomas Portmann, Sergiu P Paşca, Theo D Palmer, Ricardo E Dolmetsch(2019). Aberrant calcium channel splicing drives defects in cortical differentiation in Timothy Syndrome . {eLife}. 8. {eLife} Sciences Publications, Ltd
Ralitsa Petrova, Ying Xiao, Daniel T. Thoresen, Jonathan S. Williams, Chaochen Wang, James Perna, Isaac Brownell(2015). Neural Hedgehog signaling maintains stem cell renewal in the sensory touch dome epithelium . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112. (23). p. 7195--7200. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Ralitsa Petrova, Anna Denise R. Garcia, Alexandra L. Joyner(2011). Genetic dissection of sonic hedgehog/Gli signaling in adult neurogenesis . Developmental Biology. 356. (1). p. 216. Elsevier {BV}
(2010). Sonic hedgehog regulates discrete populations of astrocytes in the adult mouse forebrain. The Journal of Neuroscience.