Bachelor of Science (BS), Chemistry, University of Kentucky
Bachelor of Science (BS), Biology, University of Kentucky
PhD, Neuroscience, University of Kentucky
Andrew Welleford is a student in the MD/PhD program at the University of Kentucky. He has completed PhD portion of the program: training with Greg Gerhardt, PhD and Craig van Horne, MD, PhD in the Department of Neuroscience. Andrew's dissertation focused on his work with a clinical trial evaluating sural nerve grafts in combination with Deep Brain Stimulation for the treatment of Parkinson's Disease. His research interests include neurodegenerative disease, neuronal repair, and translational neuroscience.
- van Horne, CG ; Quintero, JE ; Slevin, JT ; Anderson-Mooney, A.; Gurwell, JA ; Welleford, AS ; Lamm, JR ; Wagner, RP ; Gerhardt, GA "Peripheral nerve grafts implanted into the substantia nigra in patients with Parkinson's disease during deep brain stimulation surgery: 1-year follow-up study of safety, feasibility, and clinical outcome." Journal of neurosurgery 129, 6 (2018): 1550-1561. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
- Farr, SA ; Niehoff, ML ; Ceddia, MA ; Herrlinger, KA ; Lewis, BJ ; Feng, S.; Welleford, A.; Butterfield, DA ; Morley, JE "Effect of botanical extracts containing carnosic acid or rosmarinic acid on learning and memory in SAMP8 mice." Physiology & behavior 165, (2016): 328-38. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
- Förster, S.; Welleford, AS ; Triplett, JC ; Sultana, R.; Schmitz, B.; Butterfield, DA "Increased O-GlcNAc levels correlate with decreased O-GlcNAcase levels in Alzheimer disease brain." Biochimica et biophysica acta 1842, 9 (2014): 1333-9. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]