Matt Regier - Postdoctoral Associate

team member
Email: matthew.regier@utah.edu

Short Biography

Matt completed his PhD at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, where he investigated the production of new ribosomes in memory consolidation. Now, he is working on the finer details of Arc’s role in learning and memory.

Publications

Regier M, Liang J, Choi A, Verma K, Libien J, Hernández AI (2019) Evidence for Decreased Nucleolar PARP-1 as an Early Marker of Cognitive Impairment. Neural Plasticity 2019:1–8. Read Article

Allen KD*, Regier MJ*, Hsieh C, Tsokas P, Barnard M, Wolk J, Sacktor TC, Fenton AA, Hernandez AI. (2018) Learning-induced ribosomal RNA is required for memory consolidation in mice—Evidence of differentially expressed rRNA variants in learning and memory PLoS ONE 13:e0203374. *Equal Contribution Read Article

Allen KD, Gourov AV, Harte C, Gao P, Lee C, Sylvain D, Splett JM, Oxberry WC, van de Nes PS, Troy-Regier MJ, Wolk J, Alarcon JM, Hernandez AI (2014) Nucleolar integrity is required for the maintenance of long-term synaptic plasticity. PLoS ONE 9:e104364. Read Article