Landon Bayless-Edwards

Landon Bayless-Edwards Profile Picture

Current Program Year: Grad 3
Current Student, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program, School of Medicine
M.D./Ph.D. Program Students, School of Medicine


Research interests: Neuromodulation, neuroplasticity, pain, opioid signaling

Clinical interests: ​​​​​​​Child neurology

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

Additional information

Honors and awards

Oregon P.E.O Marguerite Scholarship, 2021
OHSU N.L. Tartar Trust Fellowship, 2022
NIH BRAIN Initiative Trainee Highlight Award, 2022
NRSA F30 recipient


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).

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

Massengill, C.I*., Bayless-Edwards, L*., Ceballos, C.C., Cebul, E.R., Cahill, J., Bharadwaj, A., Wilson, E., Qin, M., Whorton, M.R., Baconguis, I., Ye, B., Mao, T., Zhong, H. Sensitive genetically-encoded sensors for population and subcellular imaging of cAMP in vivo. Nature Methods, 2022. (*, Co-first authors)