We are seeing patients in-person and through Video Visits. Learn more about how we’re keeping you safe and please review our updated visitor policy. Please also consider supporting Weill Cornell Medicine’s efforts to support our front-line workers.
Feil Family Brain & Mind Research Institute

You are here

Publications

Found 83 results
Author [ Title(Asc)] Type Year
Filters: Author is Iadecola, Costantino  [Clear All Filters]
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
A
Koizumi K, Hattori Y, Ahn SJi, Buendia I, Ciacciarelli A, Uekawa K, Wang G, Hiller A, Zhao L, Voss HU et al..  2018.  Apoε4 disrupts neurovascular regulation and undermines white matter integrity and cognitive function.. Nat Commun. 9(1):3816.
Iadecola C.  2014.  Angiophagy: clearing or clogging microvessels? Sci Transl Med. 6(226):226fs10.
Ishii M, Hiller AJ, Pham L, McGuire MJ, Iadecola C, Wang G.  2019.  Amyloid-beta modulates low-threshold activated voltage-gated L-type calcium channels of arcuate neuropeptide Y neurons leading to calcium dysregulation and hypothalamic dysfunction.. J Neurosci.
Cortes-Canteli M, Iadecola C.  2020.  Alzheimer's Disease and Vascular Aging: JACC Focus Seminar.. J Am Coll Cardiol. 75(8):942-951.
Van Kempen TA, Narayan A, Waters EM, Marques-Lopes J, Iadecola C, Glass MJ, Pickel VM, Milner TA.  2016.  Alterations in the subcellular distribution of NADPH oxidase p47(phox) in hypothalamic paraventricular neurons following slow-pressor angiotensin II hypertension in female mice with accelerated ovarian failure.. J Comp Neurol. 524(11):2251-65.
Kobayashi M, Benakis C, Anderson C, Moore MJ, Poon C, Uekawa K, Dyke JP, Fak JJ, Mele A, Park CY et al..  2019.  AGO CLIP Reveals an Activated Network for Acute Regulation of Brain Glutamate Homeostasis in Ischemic Stroke.. Cell Rep. 28(4):979-991.e6.
Ishii M, Iadecola C.  2016.  Adipocyte-derived factors in age-related dementia and their contribution to vascular and Alzheimer pathology.. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1862(5):966-74.
Brea D, Poon C, Murphy M, Lubitz G, Iadecola C, Anrather J.  2018.  Ablation of nasal-associated lymphoid tissue does not affect focal ischemic brain injury in mice.. PLoS One. 13(10):e0205470.