Bachelor of Science (BS), Chemistry, University of Kentucky
Bachelor of Science (BS), Biology, University of Kentucky
Andrew Welleford is a student in the MD/PhD program at the University of Kentucky. He is currently in the PhD portion of the program, training with Dr. Greg Gerhardt in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology and studying the potential of 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.
- Horne, C.G.;Quintero, J.E.;Slevin, J.T.;Anderson-Mooney, A.;Gurwell, J.A.;Welleford, A.S.;Lamm, J.R.;Wagner, R.P.;Gerhardt, G.A. "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 (2018): 1-12. [PubMed Link] | [ Full text ]
- Farr, S.A.;Niehoff, M.L.;Ceddia, M.A.;Herrlinger, K.A.;Lewis, B.J.;Feng, S.;Welleford, A.;Butterfield, D.A.;Morley, J.E. "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, A.S.;Triplett, J.C.;Sultana, R.;Schmitz, B.;Butterfield, D.A. "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 ]