Landon Bayless-Edwards

  • Current Program Year: Grad 1
  • Current Student, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program, School of Medicine
  • M.D./Ph.D. Program Students, School of Medicine

Biography

Research interests: Neurology, neurodevelopmental disorders, systems neuroscience, neuromodulation

Education and training

    • B.S., 2016, Warren Wilson College
    • M.S., 2019, Idaho State University

Memberships and associations:

  • American College of Physicians
  • Oregon Medical Association
  • Sigma Xi

Honors and awards

  • Oregon P.E.O Marguerite Scholarship, 2021

Publications

Selected publications

  • Bayless-Edwards L, Winston V, Lehmann-Horn F, Arinze P*, Groome JR & Jurkat-Rott K. NaV1.4 DI-S4 periodic paralysis mutation R222W enhances inactivation and promotes leak current to attenuate action potentials and depolarize muscle fibers. Sci. Rep. (2018). 10.1038/s41598-018-28594-5.
  • Groome, JR & Bayless-Edwards, L. Roles for Countercharge in the Voltage Sensor Domain of Ion Channels. Front. Pharmacol. (2020). https://doi.org/10.3389/fphar.2020.00160.
  • Massengill, C.I.*, Bayless-Edwards, L.*, Ceballos, C.C., Cebul, E.R., Qin, M., Whorton, M.R., Ye, B., Mao, T., and Zhong, H. (*, co-first authors) (2021) Highly sensitive genetically-encoded sensors for population and subcellular imaging of cAMP in vivo. BioRxiv

Publications

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