Steven Goldman - Selected Publications#

10 selected papers and reviews of last 4 years (of >200 overall).

Sim, F., et al. CD140a identifies a population of highly myelinogenic, migration-competent, and efficiently engrafting human oligodendrocyte progenitor cells. Nature Biotechnology, 29:934-941, 2011.

Goldman, S., Chen, Z. Perivascular instruction of cell genesis and fate in adult brain. Nature Neuroscience, 14:1382-89, 2011.

Goldman, S.A., Nedergaard, M., Windrem, M. Glial progenitor cell-based treatment and modeling of neurological disease. Science, 338:491-494, 2012.

Wang, S., Bates, J., Li, X., Schanz, S., Chandler-Militello, D., Levine, C., Maherali, N., Studer, L., Hochedlinger, K., Windrem, M.S., Goldman, S.A. Human iPS cell-derived oligodendrocyte progenitor cells can myelinate and rescue a mouse model of congenital hypomyelination, Cell Stem Cell, 12(2):252-64, 2013. PMCID: PMC3700553

Han, X., Chen, M., Wang, F., Windrem, M., Wang, S., Shanz, S., Xu, Q., Oberheim, N., Bekar, L., Betstadt, S., Silva, A., Takano, T., Goldman, S.A., Nedergaard, M. Forebrain engraftment by human glial progenitor cells enhances synaptic plasticity and learning in adult mice. Cell Stem Cell, 12(3):342-53, 2013. PMCID: PMC3700554

Benraiss, A., Toner, M., Xu, Q., Bruel-Jungerman, E., Rogers, E.H., Wang, F., Economides, A.N., Davidson, B.L., Kageyama, R., Nedergaard, M., Goldman, S.A. Sustained mobilization of endogenous neural progenitors delays disease progression in a transgenic model of Huntington’s disease, Cell Stem Cell, 12(6):787-99, 2013. PMCID: PMC4051319

Auvergne, R., Sim, F., Wang, S., Chandler-Militello, D., Burch, J., Al-Fanek, Y., Davis, D., Benraiss, A., Walter, K., Achanta, P., Johnson, M., Quinones-Hinojosa, A., Natesan, S., Ford, H., Goldman, S.A. Transcriptional differences between normal and glioma-derived glial progenitor cells identify a core set of dysregulated genes Cell Reports, 3(6):2127-41, 2013. PMID: 23727239

Kondo, Y., Windrem, M., Zou, L., Chandler-Militello, D., Schanz, S., Auvergne, R., Betstadt, S., Harrington, A., Johnson, M., Kazarov, A., Gorelik, L., Goldman, S.A. JC virus-infected human glial chimeric mice reveal progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy to be an astrocytic disease. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 124:5323-36, 2014 (cover; featured story, JCI Impact).

Windrem, M., Schanz, S., Morrow, C., Munir, J., Chandler-Militello, D., Wang, S., Goldman, S.A. A competitive advantage by neonatally engrafted human glial progenitors yields mice whose brains are chimeric for human glia. Journal of Neuroscience. 34:16153-61, 2014.

Fox, I., Daley, G., Goldman, S.A., Huard, J., Kamp, T., Trucco, M. Pluripotential stem cells as therapy. Science 345:889-898, 2014.

Metrics (as of October, 2015; via Google Scholar)

  • Overall citations: 16,037; since 2010: 6,813
  • H index: 61; since 2010: 43
  • i10 index: 121; since 2010: 101
  • Both H and i10 indices have risen every year since tracking initiated in 2007

Most cited single paper: Goldman, S., Nottebohm, F. Neuronal production, migration and differentiation in a vocal control nucleus of the adult female canary brain. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 80:2390-2394, 1983. PMID: 6572982. 838 citations.
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