Matthew Buckley

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Mark Haselgrove grad student Nottingham
Anne Brunet grad student 2016- Stanford (Neurotree)
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Xu L, Ramirez-Matias J, Hauptschein M, et al. (2024) Restoration of neuronal progenitors by partial reprogramming in the aged neurogenic niche. Nature Aging
Reyes JM, Tovy A, Zhang L, et al. (2024) Hematologic DNMT3A reduction and high-fat diet synergize to promote weight gain and tissue inflammation. Iscience. 27: 109122
Liu L, Kim S, Buckley MT, et al. (2023) Exercise reprograms the inflammatory landscape of multiple stem cell compartments during mammalian aging. Cell Stem Cell
Buckley MT, Sun ED, George BM, et al. (2022) Cell-type-specific aging clocks to quantify aging and rejuvenation in neurogenic regions of the brain. Nature Aging. 3: 121-137
Booth LN, Shi C, Tantilert C, et al. (2022) Males induce premature demise of the opposite sex by multifaceted strategies. Nature Aging. 2: 809-823
Buckley MG, Holden LJ, Smith AD, et al. (2022) The developmental trajectories of children's reorientation to global and local properties of environmental geometry. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Dulken BW, Buckley MT, Navarro Negredo P, et al. (2019) Single-cell analysis reveals T cell infiltration in old neurogenic niches. Nature
Buckley MG, Holden LJ, Spicer SG, et al. (2019) Crossing boundaries: Global reorientation following transfer from the inside to the outside of an arena. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Buckley MG, Smith AD, Haselgrove M. (2018) Thinking outside of the box II: Disrupting the cognitive map. Cognitive Psychology. 108: 22-41
Buckley MG, Smith AD, Haselgrove M. (2016) Thinking outside of the box: Transfer of shape-based reorientation across the boundary of an arena. Cognitive Psychology. 87: 53-87
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