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ALBERT MARK GALABURDA


PART I: General Information

Part II: Research, Teaching, and Clinical Contributions

Part III: Bibliography

Contact Information:



Office Address:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
330 Brookline Avenue
Behavioral Neurology Unit, KS-274
Boston, MA 02215 United States


Phone: (617) 667-3235
Fax: (617) 667-7011

Email: agalabur@bidmc.harvard.edu

Place of Birth: Santiago, Chile

Education:

1971 M.D. (Six-year Liberal Arts - Medicine Program), AB Cum laude, Boston U. School Of Medicine
1994 M.A. (HON), Harvard University
Postdoctoral Training:
07/71-06/72 Intern in Medicine, Medicine, Boston City Hospital (currently Boston Medical Center)
07/71-06/73 Clinical Fellow in Medicine, Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine
07/72-06/73 Resident in Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine, Boston City Hospital (currently Boston Medical Center)
07/73-06/76 Clinical Fellow in Neurology, Neurology, Harvard Medical School
07/73-06/76 Resident in Neurology, Neurology, Boston City Hospital (currently Boston Medical Center)
Licensure and Certification:
1971 National Board of Medical Examiners
1972 Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine
1976 American Board of Internal Medicine
1977 American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Academic Appointments:
1976-1980 Instructor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1980-1984 Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1984-1989 Associate Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1989-1994 Associate Professor of Neurology (Neuroscience), Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1994-1995 Professor of Neurology (Neuroscience), Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1995- Emily Fisher Landau Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1997- Professor, External Faculty, Instituto de Ciencias BiomEdicas, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Hospital or Affiliated Institution Appointments:
07/74-06/75 Assistant in Medicine, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, MA
07/76- Assistant Visiting Physician, Neurology, Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA
07/76-06/84 Assistant Neurologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
07/76-06/85 Director of Neurology, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for the Aged, Boston, MA
01/82-12/93 Director, Dyslexia Research Laboratory, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
07/84-06/93 Associate Neurologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
07/91- Senior Research Associate in Neurology, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
07/93- Chief, Division of Behavioral Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
07/93- Senior Neurologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
Other Professional Positions and Major Visiting Appointments:
1982 Department of Neurology, Hopital de la Salpetriere, Paris, France
1983 Nijmegen Lecturer, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands
1984 Department of Neurology and Chilean Society of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
1986- Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
1987 Department of Neurology, Columbia University, New York, NY
1988 Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
1997 Department of Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
1998 Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile

Hospital and Health Care Organization Clinical Service Responsibilities:
1976- Attending Neurologist - Hospital-based Practice in Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
1993- Chief - Division of Behavioral Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Major Administrative Responsibilities:
1979-1993 Director - Dyslexia Laboratory, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
1985- Program Director for NIH Program Project, RO1 and Private Foundation Grants, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dyslexia Research Laboratory and Brain Bank Project
1993- Chief - Division of Behavioral Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Major Committee Assignments:
1984- Board of Consultants, Member, The Orton Dyslexia Society
1984- Council of Advisors, Member, The Orton Dyslexia Society
1984-1990 Research Committee, Member, The Orton Dyslexia Society
1988- Section G Committee, Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science
1989- The National Dyslexia Research Foundation Conference, Program and Scientific Advisor, The National Dyslexia Research Foundation
1991- International Education Subcommittee, Member, American Academy of Neurology
1991- Prix SIGNORET Selection Jury, President, Fondation IPSEN, Paris
1992- Department of Neurology Faculty Recruitment Committee, Member, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
1992- BIDMC Neurology Associates Board of Directors, Member, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
1993- Scientific Panel for Language and Language Impairments, Member, National Institutes of Health
1993- Cercle De Neurologie, Co-Director, Fondation IPSEN, Paris
1993- Animal Studies Subcommittee, Member, American Academy of Neurology
1994- Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Member, Harvard University
1995- Standing Committee on Neuroscience, Member, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University
1995- Medical Advisory Board, Member, Williams Syndrome Association
1996- Faculty Fellowship Committee, Member, Harvard Medical School
1996-1997 Brain in the Socio-cultural World Working Group, Chairperson, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University
1997- Post-Doctoral Fellowship Committee, Co-Chair, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University
1997- Steering Committee, Member, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University
1998- Thesis Committee, Member, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University
1998- Dean's Neuroimaging Committee, Member, Harvard Medical School
1998- Review Committee for Junior Investigator Award, Member, Harvard Medical School
1998- Thesis Committee, Member, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University
1999 Symposium Organizing Committee, Member, The Rodin Remediation Academy
2000- Committee on Promotions, Reappointments and Appointments, Member, Harvard Medical School
2001- Center for Faculty Development Advisory Board, Member, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
2003- The Aging Brain Committee, Member, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Professional Societies:
1973- American Academy of Neurology, Fellow
1973- American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member
1973- Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology, Member
1976-1980 New York Academy of Sciences, Member
1977- Society for Neuroscience, Member
1979- The Orton Dyslexia Society, Member
1979-1985 The American Association of Anatomists, Member
1980- Pan American Medical Association - Neurology, Member
1982- Rodin Academy, Member
1985- International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities, Member
1987- International Neuropsychological Symposium, Member
1987- International Brain Research Organization, Member
1989- Behavioral Neurology Society, Member
1991- Sociedad Latinoamericana de Neuropsicologia, Member
1993- Fondation IPSEN - Cercle de Neurologie, Member
1996- Peruvian Society of Neurology, Honorary Member

Editorial Boards:
1990- Member, Dyslexia
1990- Member, Cognition
1990- Member, Journal of Learning Disabilities
1990- Founding Board, Revue de Neuropsychologie
1990- Member, Neuropsychologia Latina
1990- Member, Reading and Writing
1990- Executive Director, Journal de Physiologie
1990- Member, Neuroimage
1990-1996 Member, Year Book of Neurology and Neurosurgery
1990-1996 Member, Key of Neurology and Neurosurgery
1990-1998 Member, Brain & Cognition
1990-1998 Senior Editor, Neuropsychologia
Awards and Honors:
1980 Orton Dyslexia Society Research Award, The Orton Dyslexia Society
1982 Founders Council, Rodin Remediation Foundation
1983 Pattison Prize in Neuroscience,
1984 Chilean Society of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry Award, Chilean Society of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
1985 Elected to Membership, American Neurological Association
1986 Elected to Membership, International Neuropsychological Symposium
1987 Scientist of the Year, Association for Children with Learning Disabilities (now Learning Disorders Association)
1988 The Rita Trudel Memorial Lecture, Columbia University
1989 The Norman Geschwind Memorial Lecture, The Orton Dyslexia Society
1991 Guest of Honor, IPSEN Foundation Dinner-Dabate Series, Paris, France
1992 Fellow, The Royal Society of Medicine
1993 Fourth Annual Sylvio Conte Decade of the Brain Symposium, Invited Speaker, The National Foundation for Brain Research
1994 Master of Arts (Hon), Harvard University
1994 Decade of the Brain Series, Invited Speaker , American Academy of Neurology, Washington, DC
1996 The 2nd Annual Harvard Medical/Dental School Award for Excellence in Mentoring - Nomination, Harvard Medical/Dental School
1996 Fellow, American Academy of Neurology
2001 Neuronal Plasticity Prize, IPSEN Foundation Dinner-Debates Series, Paris, France
2002 Honorary Member, Sociedad de Psiquiatria y Neurologia de la Infancia y Adolescencia

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Part II: Research, Teaching, and Clinical Contributions

 

A. Narrative report of Research, Teaching, and Clinical Contributions


The research activities of the laboratory focus on the brain basis of developmental disorders of cognition, mainly through the study of animal models. In one model using mice, cortical lesions at birth or RNA interference produce cortical malformations, which in turn cause thalamic changes that are shown to correlate with deficits in temporal auditory processing, as a model of developmental dyslexia. In another murine model using recombinant inbred strains and congenic breeding, the relevant genes are sought the mutations of which lead to developmental cortical malformations. There is a big effort led by Glenn Rosen in the laboratory to map QTLs of complex brain traits in the mouse, and there is an ongoing research program to pinpoint the neural basis of the complex cognitive profile seen in Williams Syndrome. The research is funded by the National Institutes of Health’s Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Dr. Galaburda participates in the teaching activities of the Department of Neurology and organizes and contributes directly to the teaching activities of the Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology. These involve medical students, medical and psychiatry residents, and behavioral neurology fellows. These include ward teaching rounds and conferences one month a year, teaching at clinical conferences throughout the year, professor’s rounds several times a year, a weekly clinical conference, a clinical/research weekly seminar, journal clubs, occasional grand rounds presentations, and weekly lab meetings. In addition, he has run a yearly Harvard CME course on Behavioral Neurology for clinicians since 1993. Dr. Galaburda visits on the in-patient neurology ward one month a year. He also sees outpatients in the Behavioral Neurology Unit (Kirstein Building) at BIDMC one and one-half days a week, specializing on disorders of language and cognition with a special emphasis on developmental disorders.

B. Funding Information
2001-2006 P.I., NIH/NICHD, HD33113-05S1, Williams Syndrome: Bridging, Cognition and Genes
2002-2007 P.I., NIH/NICHD, HD20806, Animal Models for Specific Developmental Learning Disabilities IV
2005-2010 Project Director, NIH/NINDS, 1T32 NS051151, Training Program in Cognitive Neurology
D. Report of Teaching
1. Local contributions
c. Local Invited Presentations


Annual Meeting


1980- Invited Lecturer, Orton Dyslexia Society, Boston, MA

Conference

1986- Invited Lecturer, McArthur Foundation Conference on Giftedness, Harvard Project Zero, Cambridge, MA
1987- Invited Lecturer, Joint Conference on Learning Disabilities, Boston, MA
1989 Invited Lecturer, Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1990- Invited Lecturer, Franciscan Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
1990- Invited Lecturer, Massachusetts Neuropsychology Society, Boston, MA
1991 Invited Lecturer, Reading Disabilities Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
1993- Invited Lecturer and Session Chairman, Comprehensive Management of Epilepsy, HMS/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
1998- Invited Speaker, Teacher Institute in the Neurosciences, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1998- Speaker - Brain Basis of Learning Disorder: The Case of Reading, Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2002- Invited Lecturer, Learning and the Brain Conference, Cambridge, MA

Courses

1986- Invited Lecturer, Course in Neuroscience, Tufts University, Boston, MA
1999- Invited Lecturer, Human Nervous System and Behavior Course, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Grand Rounds
1999- Invited Lecturer, Neuroscience Grand Rounds, New England Medical Center, Boston, MA
2000- Invited Lecturer - Neurobiology of Dyslexia, Longwood Neurology Grand Rounds, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
2002- Invited Lecturer - Developmental Dyslexia and Plasticity, Department of Neurology, Boston University Medical School, Boston, MA
2004- Speaker, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
Neuroscience Colloquium
1991- Invited Lecturer, MIT McDonnell-Pew Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Brain and Cognitive Science Dept, Cambridge, MA

Research Lecture

1992- Invited Lecturer, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, Waltham, MA

Seminar

1987- Invited Lecturer, Neuropsychology Seminar, Boston University, Boston, MA
1988- Invited Lecturer, A.A.A.S. Panel on Learning Disabilities, Boston, MA
1989 Invited Lecturer, Neuropsychology Lectures, Boston V.A.H., MA
1992- Invited Lecturer, Department of Ophthalmology, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

Continuing Medical Education Courses

1980 Neurology of Behavior, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1980 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Keystone, Colorado
1981 Pediatric Neurology, BU School of Medicine, Boston, MA
1981 Behavioral Neurology Course, University of Florida
1981 Neuroanatomy of Language, American Academy of Neurology, Toronto, Canada
1982 Pediatric Neurology, BU School of Medicine, Boston, MA
1983 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
1983 Post-Graduate Medical Series, Brigham-BIDMC, Boston, MA
1983 Biological Foundations of Cerebral Dominance, HMS/BIDMC/Institute for Child Development Research
1984 Behavioral Neurology, American Academy of Neurology, Boston, MA
1985 Child Neurology, American Academy of Neurology, Boston, MA
1986 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Vail, Colorado
1987 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Keystone, Colorado
1988 Child Neurology Course, Academy of Neurology, New York
1989 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowbird, Utah
1991 Intensive Course in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1991 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
1991 Breakfast Seminar, American Academy of Neurology, Boston, MA
1992 Intensive Course in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1992 Breakfast Seminar, American Academy of Neurology, San Diego, California
1992 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
1993 The Comprehensive Managemt of Epilepsy, HMS-BIDMC, Boston, MA
1993 Breakfast Seminar, American Academy of Neurology, New York, New York
1993 Intensive Course in Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1994 Handedness/Movement Session, American Academy of Neurology, Washington DC
1994 Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowbird, Utah
1994-2004 Neurology of Behavior, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Report of Clinical Activities
1993- Neurology, Behavioral Neurology Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (East and West)
Clinical Activity Description: Dr. Galaburda sees outpatients in the Behavioral Neurology Unit (Kirstein Building) at BIDMC one and one-half days a week, specializing on disorders of language and cognition with a special emphasis on developmental disorders. Dr. Galaburda also visits on the in-patient neurology ward one month a year.
Patient Load: 20/week

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Part III: Bibliography

 

Original Articles


  1. Galaburda AM, Waxman SG, Kemper TL, Jones HR. Progressive multifocal neurological deficit with disseminated subpial demyelination. J Neuropath Exp Neurol. 1976;(35):481-494.

  2. Galaburda AM, Waxman SG, Kemper TL, Jones HR. Progressive multifocal neurologic deficit with disseminated subpial demyelination. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol. 1976;35(5):481-94.

  3. Galaburda AM, Kemper TL. Auditory cytoarchitectonic abnormalities in a case of familial developmental dyslexia. Trans Am Neurol Assoc. 1978;103:262-5.

  4. Galaburda AM, Sanides F, Geschwind N. Human brain: cytoarchitectonic left-right asymmetries in the temporal speech region. Archives of Neurology. 1978;(35):812-817.

  5. Galaburda AM, LeMay M, Kemper TL, Geschwind N. Right-left asymmetries in the brain. Science. 1978;(199):852-856.

  6. Galaburda AM, LeMay M, Kemper TL, Geschwind N. Right-left asymmetrics in the brain. Science. 1978;199(4331):852-6.

  7. Galaburda AM, Sanides F, Geschwind N. Human brain. Cytoarchitectonic left-right asymmetries in the temporal speech region. Arch Neurol. 1978;35(12):812-7.

  8. Geschwind N, Galaburda A, LeMay M. Morphological and physiological substrates of language and cognitive development. Res Publ Assoc Res Nerv Ment Dis. 1979;57:31-41.

  9. Galaburda AM, Kemper TL. Cytoarchitectonic abnormalities in developmental dyslexia: a case study. Ann Neurol. 1979;6(2):94-100.

  10. Galaburda AM. [Broca's region: anatomic remarks made a century after the death of its discoverer]. Rev Neurol (Paris). 1980;136(10):609-16.

  11. Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. The human language areas and cerebral asymmetries. Rev Med Suisse Romande. 1980;100(2):119-28.

  12. Galaburda A, Sanides F. Cytoarchitectonic organization of the human auditory cortex. J Comp Neurol. 1980;190(3):597-610.

  13. Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. Anatomical asymmetries in the adult and developing brain and their implications for function. Adv Pediatr. 1981;28:271-92.

  14. Galaburda AM, Eidelberg D. Symmetry and asymmetry in the human posterior thalamus. II. Thalamic lesions in a case of developmental dyslexia. Arch Neurol. 1982;39(6):333-6.

  15. Eidelberg D, Galaburda AM. Symmetry and asymmetry in the human posterior thalamus. I. Cytoarchitectonic analysis in normal persons. Arch Neurol. 1982;39(6):325-32.

  16. Schiff HB, Alexander MP, Naeser MA, Galaburda AM. Aphemia. Clinical-anatomic correlations. Arch Neurol. 1983;40(12):720-7.

  17. Galaburda AM, Pandya DN. The intrinsic architectonic and connectional organization of the superior temporal region of the rhesus monkey. J Comp Neurol. 1983;221(2):169-84.

  18. Jacobs MS, Galaburda AM, McFarland WL, Morgane PJ. The insular formations of the dolphin brain: quantitative cytoarchitectonic studies of the insular component of the limbic lobe. J Comp Neurol. 1984;225(3):396-432.

  19. Ross MH, Galaburda AM, Kemper TL. Down's syndrome: is there a decreased population of neurons? Neurology. 1984;34(7):909-16.

  20. Eidelberg D, Galaburda AM. Inferior parietal lobule. Divergent architectonic asymmetries in the human brain. Arch Neurol. 1984;41(8):843-52.

  21. Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Neocortical asymmetry and open-field behavior in the rat. Exp Neurol. 1984;86(3):473-82.

  22. Galaburda AM. Norman Geschwind 1926-1984. Neuropsychologia. 1985;23(3):297-304.

  23. Morgane PJ, Jacobs MS, Galaburda A. Conservative features of neocortical evolution in dolphin brain. Brain Behav Evol. 1985;26(3-4):176-84.

  24. Freeman RL, Galaburda AM, Cabal RD, Geschwind N. The neurology of depression. Cognitive and behavioral deficits with focal findings in depression and resolution after electroconvulsive therapy. Arch Neurol. 1985;42(3):289-91.

  25. Damasio AR, Galaburda A. Norman Geschwind. Arch Neurol. 1985;42(5):500-4.

  26. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization. Biological mechanisms, associations, and pathology: I. A hypothesis and a program for research. Arch Neurol. 1985;42(5):428-59.

  27. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization. Biological mechanisms, associations, and pathology: II. A hypothesis and a program for research. Arch Neurol. 1985;42(6):521-52.

  28. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization. Biological mechanisms, associations, and pathology: III. A hypothesis and a program for research. Arch Neurol. 1985;42(7):634-54.

  29. Galaburda AM, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Aboitiz F, Geschwind N. Developmental dyslexia: four consecutive patients with cortical anomalies. Ann Neurol. 1985;18(2):222-33.

  30. Sherman GF, Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. Cortical anomalies in brains of New Zealand mice: a neuropathologic model of dyslexia? Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1985;82(23):8072-4.

  31. Galaburda AM. [Role of the thalamus in auditory lateralization: anatomic studies]. Rev Neurol (Paris). 1986;142(4):441-4.

  32. Habib M, Galaburda AM. [Biological determinants of cerebral dominance]. Rev Neurol (Paris). 1986;142(12):869-94.

  33. Galaburda AM, Aboitiz F. [Biological foundations of dyslexia. A review]. Arch Biol Med Exp (Santiago). 1986;19(1):57-65.

  34. Heine O, Galaburda AM. Olfactory asymmetry in the rat brain. Exp Neurol. 1986;91(2):392-8.

  35. Galaburda AM, Aboitiz F, Rosen GD, Sherman GF. Histological asymmetry in the primary visual cortex of the rat: implications for mechanisms of cerebral asymmetry. Cortex. 1986;22(1):151-60.

  36. Schachter SC, Galaburda AM. Development and biological associations of cerebral dominance: review and possible mechanisms. J Am Acad Child Psychiatry. 1986;25(6):741-50.

  37. Sherman GF, Galaburda AM, Behan PO, Rosen GD. Neuroanatomical anomalies in autoimmune mice. Acta Neuropathol (Berl). 1987;74(3):239-42.

  38. Galaburda AM. The pathogenesis of childhood dyslexia. Res Publ Assoc Res Nerv Ment Dis. 1988;66:127-37.

  39. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Interhemispheric connections differ between symmetrical and asymmetrical brain regions. Neuroscience. 1989;33(3):525-33.

  40. Kaufmann WE, Galaburda AM. Cerebrocortical microdysgenesis in neurologically normal subjects: a histopathologic study. Neurology. 1989;39(2 Pt 1):238-44.

  41. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Mehler C, Emsbo K, Galaburda AM. The effect of developmental neuropathology on neocortical asymmetry in New Zealand black mice. Int J Neurosci. 1989;45(3-4):247-54.

  42. Galaburda AM. Learning disability: biological, societal, or both? A response to Gerald Coles. J Learn Disabil. 1989;22(5):278-82, 286.

  43. Rosen GD, Galaburda AM, Sherman GF. Cerebrocortical microdysgenesis with anomalous callosal connections: a case study in the rat. Int J Neurosci. 1989;47(3-4):237-47.

  44. Eimas PD, Galaburda AM. Some agenda items for a neurobiology of cognition: an introduction. Cognition. 1989;33(1-2):1-23.

  45. Galaburda AM, Rosen GD, Sherman GF. Individual variability in cortical organization: its relationship to brain laterality and implications to function. Neuropsychologia. 1990;28(6):529-46.

  46. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Emsbo K, Mehler C, Galaburda AM. The midsagittal area of the corpus callosum and total neocortical volume differ in three inbred strains of mice. Exp Neurol. 1990;107(3):271-6.

  47. Sherman GF, Stone JS, Press DM, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Abnormal architecture and connections disclosed by neurofilament staining in the cerebral cortex of autoimmune mice. Brain Res. 1990;529(1-2):202-7.

  48. Galaburda AM. Response to Hammill. J Learn Disabil. 1990;23(9):525-6.

  49. Sherman GF, Morrison L, Rosen GD, Behan PO, Galaburda AM. Brain abnormalities in immune defective mice. Brain Res. 1990;532(1-2):25-33.

  50. Sherman GF, Stone JS, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Neocortical VIP neurons are increased in the hemisphere containing focal cerebrocortical microdysgenesis in New Zealand Black mice. Brain Res. 1990;532(1-2):232-6.

  51. Humphreys P, Kaufmann WE, Galaburda AM. Developmental dyslexia in women: neuropathological findings in three patients. Ann Neurol. 1990;28(6):727-38.

  52. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Ontogenesis of neocortical asymmetry: a [3H]thymidine study. Neuroscience. 1991;41(2-3):779-90.

  53. Galaburda AM. Asymmetries of cerebral neuroanatomy. Ciba Found Symp. 1991;162:219-26; discussion 226-33.

  54. Humphreys P, Rosen GD, Press DM, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Freezing lesions of the developing rat brain: a model for cerebrocortical microgyria. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol. 1991;50(2):145-60.

  55. Galaburda AM. Neuropathologic correlates of learning disabilities. Semin Neurol. 1991;11(1):20-7.

  56. Livingstone MS, Rosen GD, Drislane FW, Galaburda AM. Physiological and anatomical evidence for a magnocellular defect in developmental dyslexia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1991;88(18):7943-7.

  57. Denenberg VH, Sherman GF, Schrott LM, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Spatial learning, discrimination learning, paw preference and neocortical ectopias in two autoimmune strains of mice. Brain Res. 1991;562(1):98-104.

  58. Denenberg VH, Mobraaten LE, Sherman GF, Morrison L, Schrott LM, Waters NS, Rosen GD, Behan PO, Galaburda AM. Effects of the autoimmune uterine/maternal environment upon cortical ectopias, behavior and autoimmunity. Brain Res. 1991;563(1-2):114-22.

  59. Galaburda AM. Neurology of developmental dyslexia. Curr Opin Neurol Neurosurg. 1992;5(1):71-6.

  60. Denenberg VH, Sherman GF, Morrison L, Schrott LM, Waters NS, Rosen GD, Behan PO, Galaburda AM. Behavior, ectopias and immunity in BD/DB reciprocal crosses. Brain Res. 1992;571(2):323-9.

  61. Denenberg VH, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Morrison L, Behan PO, Galaburda AM. A behavior profile of the MRL/Mp lpr/lpr mouse and its association with hydrocephalus. Brain Behav Immun. 1992;6(1):40-9.

  62. Schrott LM, Denenberg VH, Sherman GF, Waters NS, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Environmental enrichment, neocortical ectopias, and behavior in the autoimmune NZB mouse. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1992;67(1):85-93.

  63. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Richman JM, Stone LV, Galaburda AM. Induction of molecular layer ectopias by puncture wounds in newborn rats and mice. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1992;67(2):285-91.

  64. Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Stone LV, Press DM, Galaburda AM. The organization of radial glial fibers in spontaneous neocortical ectopias of newborn New Zealand black mice. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1992;67(2):279-83.

  65. Galaburda AM. Dyslexia. N Engl J Med. 1992;327(4):279; author reply 280-1.

  66. Rosen GD, Press DM, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. The development of induced cerebrocortical microgyria in the rat. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol. 1992;51(6):601-11.

  67. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Biological substrates of anatomic asymmetry. Prog Neurobiol. 1992;39(5):507-15.

  68. Schrott LM, Denenberg VH, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Lashley maze learning deficits in NZB mice. Physiol Behav. 1992;52(6):1085-9.

  69. Galaburda AM. Developmental dyslexia. Rev Neurol (Paris). 1993;149(1):1-3.

  70. Galaburda AM. Neuroanatomic basis of developmental dyslexia. Neurol Clin. 1993;11(1):161-73.

  71. Galaburda AM. Neurology of developmental dyslexia. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 1993;3(2):237-42.

  72. Galaburda AM. The planum temporale. Arch Neurol. 1993;50(5):457.

  73. Galaburda A, Livingstone M. Evidence for a magnocellular defect in developmental dyslexia. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1993;682:70-82.

  74. Schachter SC, Galaburda AM, Ransil BJ. Associations of dyslexia with epilepsy, handedness, and gender. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1993;682:402-3.

  75. Rademacher J, Caviness VS, Steinmetz H, Galaburda AM. Topographical variation of the human primary cortices: implications for neuroimaging, brain mapping, and neurobiology. Cereb Cortex. 1993;3(4):313-29.

  76. Schrott LM, Waters NS, Boehm GW, sSherman GF, Morrison L, Rosen GD, Behan PO, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Behavior, cortical ectopias, and autoimmunity in BXSB-Yaa and BXSB-Yaa+ mice. Brain Behav Immun. 1993;7(3):205-23.

  77. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Neuronal subtypes and anatomic asymmetry: changes in neuronal number and cell-packing density. Neuroscience. 1993;56(4):833-9.

  78. Galaburda AM, Wang PP, Bellugi U, Rossen M. Cytoarchitectonic anomalies in a genetically based disorder: Williams syndrome. Neuroreport. 1994;5(7):753-7.

  79. Damasio H, Grabowski T, Frank R, Galaburda AM, Damasio AR. The return of Phineas Gage: clues about the brain from the skull of a famous patient. Science. 1994;264(5162):1102-5.

  80. Galaburda AM. Developmental dyslexia and animal studies: at the interface between cognition and neurology. Cognition. 1994;50(1-3):133-49.

  81. Fitch RH, Tallal P, Brown CP, Galaburda AM, Rosen GD. Induced microgyria and auditory temporal processing in rats: a model for language impairment? Cereb Cortex. 1994;4(3):260-70.

  82. Galaburda AM, Menard MT, Rosen GD. Evidence for aberrant auditory anatomy in developmental dyslexia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994;91(17):8010-3.

  83. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Radial glia in the neocortex of adult rats: effects of neonatal brain injury. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1994;82(1-2):127-35.

  84. Landau WM, Daube JR, Aminoff MJ, Brey RL, Brooks BR, Deuel RK, Galaburda AM, Porter JA, Rosenbaum RB, Whitham RH. Neuroreality I. Dedicated demolition of the Decade of the Brain: the genuine threat to neurologic research from the animal radical right. The American Academy of Neurology Animal Studies Subcommittee. Neurology. 1995;45(4):609-10.

  85. Rosen GD, Waters NS, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Behavioral consequences of neonatal injury of the neocortex. Brain Res. 1995;681(1-2):177-89.

  86. Landau WM, Daube JR, Aminoff MJ, Brey RL, Brooks BR, Deuel RK, Galaburda AM, Porter JA, Rosenbaum RB, Whitham RH. Neuroreality. I. Dedicated demolition of the decade of the brain:the genuine threat to neurologic research from the animal radical right American Academy of Neurology Animal Studies Subcommitte. J Child Neurol. 1995;10(5):343-5.

  87. Rosen GD, Sigel EA, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. The neuroprotective effects of MK-801 on the induction of microgyria by freezing injury to the newborn rat neocortex. Neuroscience. 1995;69(1):107-14.

  88. Denenberg VH, Sherman G, Schrott LM, Waters NS, Boehm GW, Galaburda AM, Mobraaten LE. Effects of embryo transfer and cortical ectopias upon the behavior of BXSB-Yaa and BXSB-Yaa + mice. Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1996;93(1-2):100-8.

  89. Boehm GW, Sherman GF, Hoplight BJ, Hyde LA, Waters NS, Bradway DM, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Learning and memory in the autoimmune BXSB mouse: effects of neocortical ectopias and environmental enrichment. Brain Res. 1996;726(1-2):11-22.

  90. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Birthdates of neurons in induced microgyria. Brain Res. 1996;727(1-2):71-8.

  91. Boehm GW, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Neocortical ectopias in BXSB mice: effects upon reference and working memory systems. Cereb Cortex. 1996;6(5):696-700.

  92. Waters NS, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Effects of cortical ectopias on spatial delayed-matching-to-sample performance in BXSB mice. Behav Brain Res. 1997;84(1-2):23-9.

  93. Herman AE, Galaburda AM, Fitch RH, Carter AR, Rosen GD. Cerebral microgyria, thalamic cell size and auditory temporal processing in male and female rats. Cereb Cortex. 1997;7(5):453-64.

  94. Boehm GW, Sherman GF, Hoplight BJ, Hyde LA, Bradway DM, Galaburda AM, Ahmed SA, Denenberg VH. Learning in year-old female autoimmune BXSB mice. Physiol Behav. 1998;64(1):75-82.

  95. Rosen GD, Herman AE, Galaburda AM. Sex differences in the effects of early neocortical injury on neuronal size distribution of the medial geniculate nucleus in the rat are mediated by perinatal gonadal steroids. Cereb Cortex. 1999;9(1):27-34.

  96. Bellugi U, Lichtenberger L, Mills D, Galaburda A, Korenberg JR. Bridging cognition, the brain and molecular genetics: evidence from Williams syndrome. Trends Neurosci. 1999;22(5):197-207.

  97. Jenner AR, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Neuronal asymmetries in primary visual cortex of dyslexic and nondyslexic brains. Ann Neurol. 1999;46(2):189-96.

  98. Pennington BF, Filipek PA, Lefly D, Churchwell J, Kennedy DN, Simon JH, Filley CM, Galaburda A, Alarcon M, DeFries JC. Brain morphometry in reading-disabled twins. Neurology. 1999;53(4):723-9.

  99. Galaburda AM. Albert Einstein's brain. Lancet. 1999;354(9192):1821; author reply 1822.

  100. Pennington BF, Filipek PA, Lefly D, Chhabildas N, Kennedy DN, Simon JH, Filley CM, Galaburda A, DeFries JC. A twin MRI study of size variations in human brain. J Cogn Neurosci. 2000;12(1):223-32.

  101. Galaburda AM, Bellugi U. V. Multi-level analysis of cortical neuroanatomy in Williams syndrome. J Cogn Neurosci. 2000;12 Suppl 1:74-88.

  102. Frenkel M, Sherman GF, Bashan KA, Galaburda AM, LoTurco JJ. Neocortical ectopias are associated with attenuated neurophysiological responses to rapidly changing auditory stimuli. Neuroreport. 2000;11(3):575-9.

  103. Rosen GD, Burstein D, Galaburda AM. Changes in efferent and afferent connectivity in rats with induced cerebrocortical microgyria. J Comp Neurol. 2000;418(4):423-40.

  104. Gogal RM, Ahmed SA, Holladay SD, Walsh JE, Galaburda AM, Rosen GD. Induced minor malformations in the neocortex of normal mice do not alter immunological functions. Immunol Invest. 2000;29(3):299-318.

  105. Jenner AR, Galaburda AM, Sherman GF. Connectivity of ectopic neurons in the molecular layer of the somatosensory cortex in autoimmune mice. Cereb Cortex. 2000;10(10):1005-13.

  106. Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Single cause, polymorphic neuronal migration disorders: an animal model. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2000;42(10):652-62.

  107. Rosen GD, Windzio H, Galaburda AM. Unilateral induced neocortical malformation and the formation of ipsilateral and contralateral barrel fields. Neuroscience. 2001;103(4):931-9.

  108. Galaburda AM, Schmitt JE, Atlas SW, Eliez S, Bellugi U, Reiss AL. Dorsal forebrain anomaly in Williams syndrome. Arch Neurol. 2001;58(11):1865-9.

  109. Schmitt JE, Watts K, Eliez S, Bellugi U, Galaburda AM, Reiss AL. Increased gyrification in Williams syndrome: evidence using 3D MRI methods. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2002;44(5):292-5.

  110. Galaburda AM, Holinger DP, Bellugi U, Sherman GF. Williams syndrome: neuronal size and neuronal-packing density in primary visual cortex. Arch Neurol. 2002;59(9):1461-7.

  111. Galaburda AM, Holinger D, Mills D, Reiss A, Korenberg JR, Bellugi U. [Williams syndrome. A summary of cognitive, electrophysiological, anatomofunctional, microanatomical and genetic findings]. Rev Neurol. 2003;36 Suppl 1:S132-7.

  112. Galaburda AM, Cestnick L. [Developmental dyslexia]. Rev Neurol. 2003;36 Suppl 1:S3-9.

  113. Galaburda AM, Duchaine BC. Developmental disorders of vision. Neurol Clin. 2003;21(3):687-707.

  114. Reiss AL, Eckert MA, Rose FE, Karchemskiy A, Kesler S, Chang M, Reynolds MF, Kwon H, Galaburda A. An experiment of nature: brain anatomy parallels cognition and behavior in Williams syndrome. J Neurosci. 2004;24(21):5009-15.

  115. Eckert MA, Hu D, Eliez S, Bellugi U, Galaburda A, Korenberg J, Mills D, Reiss AL. Evidence for superior parietal impairment in Williams syndrome. Neurology. 2005;64(1):152-3.

  116. Chang BS, Ly J, Appignani B, Bodell A, Apse KA, Ravenscroft RS, Sheen VL, Doherty MJ, Hackney DB, O'Connor M, Galaburda AM, Walsh CA. Reading impairment in the neuronal migration disorder of periventricular nodular heterotopia. Neurology. 2005;64(5):799-803.

  117. Holinger DP, Bellugi U, Mills DL, Korenberg JR, Reiss AL, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Relative sparing of primary auditory cortex in Williams Syndrome. Brain Res. 2005;1037(1-2):35-42.

  118. Thompson PM, Lee AD, Dutton RA, Geaga JA, Hayashi KM, Eckert MA, Bellugi U, Galaburda AM, Korenberg JR, Mills DL, Toga AW, Reiss AL. Abnormal cortical complexity and thickness profiles mapped in Williams syndrome. J Neurosci. 2005;25(16):4146-58.

  119. Eckert MA, Galaburda AM, Mills DL, Bellugi U, Korenberg JR, Reiss AL. The neurobiology of Williams syndrome: cascading influences of visual system impairment? Cell Mol Life Sci. 2006;63(16):1867-75.

  120. Rosen GD, Mesples B, Hendriks M, Galaburda AM. Histometric changes and cell death in the thalamus after neonatal neocortical injury in the rat. Neuroscience. 2006;141(2):875-88.

  121. Eckert MA, Tenforde A, Galaburda AM, Bellugi U, Korenberg JR, Mills D, Reiss AL. To modulate or not to modulate: differing results in uniquely shaped Williams syndrome brains. Neuroimage. 2006;32(3):1001-7.

  122. Mobbs D, Eckert MA, Mills D, Korenberg J, Bellugi U, Galaburda AM, Reiss AL. Frontostriatal Dysfunction During Response Inhibition in Williams Syndrome. Biol Psychiatry. 2006.

  123. Galaburda AM, LoTurco J, Ramus F, Fitch RH, Rosen GD. From genes to behavior in developmental dyslexia. Nat Neurosci. 2006;9(10):1213-7.

  124. Eckert MA, Galaburda AM, Karchemskiy A, Liang A, Thompson P, Dutton RA, Lee AD, Bellugi U, Korenberg JR, Mills D, Rose FE, Reiss AL. Anomalous sylvian fissure morphology in Williams syndrome. Neuroimage. 2006;33(1):39-45.

  125. Gaser C, Luders E, Thompson PM, Lee AD, Dutton RA, Geaga JA, Hayashi KM, Bellugi U, Galaburda AM, Korenberg JR, Mills DL, Toga AW, Reiss AL. Increased local gyrification mapped in Williams syndrome. Neuroimage. 2006;33(1):46-54.

  126. Wang Y, Paramasivam M, Thomas A, Bai J, Kaminen-Ahola N, Kere J, Voskuil J, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM, Loturco JJ. DYX1C1 functions in neuronal migration in developing neocortex. Neuroscience. 2006;143(2):515-22.
  127. Escabí MA, Higgins NC, Galaburda AM, Rosen GD, Read HL. Early cortical damage in rat somatosensory cortex alters acoustic feature representation in primary auditory cortex. Neuroscience. 2007;150(4):970-83.
  128. Burbridge TJ, Wang Y, Volz AJ, Peschansky VJ, Lisann L, Galaburda AM, LoTurco JJ, Rosen GD. Postnatal analysis of the effect of embryonic knockdown and overexpression of candidate dyslexia susceptibility gene homolog Dcdc2 in the rat. Neuroscience. 2008; 152(3):723-733.
  129. Higgins NC, Escabi MA, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM, Read HL. Spectral processing deficits in belt auditory cortex following early postnatal lesions of somatosensory cortex. Neuroscience. 2008;153(2):535-49.
  130. Järvinen-Pasley A, Bellugi U, Reilly J, Mills DL, Galaburda A, Reiss AL, Korenberg JR. Defining the social phenotype in Williams syndrome: a model for linking gene, the brain, and behavior. Dev Psychopathol. 2008; 20:1-35.
  131. Shi Y, Tu Z, Reiss AL, Dutton RA, Lee AD, Galaburda AM, Dinov I, Thompson PM, Toga AW. Joint sulcal detection on cortical surfaces with graphical models and boosted priors. IEEE Trans Med Imaging 2009; 28(3):361-73.
  132. Peschansky VJ, Burbridge TJ, Volz AJ, Fiondella C, Wissner-Gross Z, Galaburda AM, LoTurco JJ, Rosen GD. The Effect of variation in expression of the candidate dyslexia susceptibility gene homolog Kiaa0319 on neuronal migration and dendritic morphology in the rat. Cereb Cortex, 2009; Advance Access published on August 13, 2009; doi: doi:10.1093/cercor/bhp154.

Proceedings of Meetings

 

  1. Galaburda AM. Histology and architectonics of language areas and cerebral asymmetries. In: Arbib M, Caplan D, Marshall J, eds. Neural models of language processes. Amherst, MA. New York: Academic Press;1982. p. 435-445.

  2. Galaburda AM, Pandya DN. Role of architectonics and connections in the study of primate brain evolution. In: Armstrong E, Falk D, eds. Primate brain evolution: methods and concepts. New York: Plenum Press;1982. p. 203-10.

  3. Galaburda AM. Neuroanatomical aspects of language and dyslexia. In: Zotterman Y, ed. Dyslexia: neuronal, cognitive and linguistic aspects. (1981); Stockholm, Sweden. New York: Pergamon Press;1982. p. 3-16.

  4. Galaburda AM. Definition of the anatomical phenotype. In: Ludlow C., ed. Genetic aspects of speech and language disorders. (1981); Bethesda, MD. New York: Academic Press;1983. p. 71-84.

  5. Galaburda AM. Les asymetries et le dÈvÈloppement du cortex du langage: Contribution ‡ la comprehension des variants aphasiques et des dÈsordres verbaux congÈnitaux (Asymmetry and development of language cortex: Contribution to the understanding of aphasia variants and developmental disorders of language). In: Ferrand P, Voigt-Familiades N, Heral O, eds. Communiquer demain. Nancy, France. U.N.A.D.R.I.O. Press;1984. p. 27-43.

  6. Galaburda AM. Anatomy of language: Lessons from comparative anatomy. In: Caplan D, Lecours AR, Smith A, eds. Biological perspectives in language. May, 1981; University of Montreal. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press;1984. p. 290-302.

  7. Galaburda AM. Clinical studies of developmental and acquired neurobehavioral disorders and their possible immunological bases. In: Cotman CW, Galaburda AM, McEwen BS, Schneider DM, eds. The neuro-immune-endocrine connection. April 1985; New York City. New York (NY): Raven Press;1986. p. 117-144.

  8. Galaburda AM. Animal studies and the neurology of developmental dyslexia. In: Pavlides GTh, Fisher DF, eds. Dyslexia. Its neuropsychology and treatment. ; Porto Carras, Greece. New York (NY): John Wiley and Sons;1986. p. 39-49.

  9. Galaburda AM, Habib M. Cerebral dominance: Biological associations and pathology. In: Magistretti PJ, ed. Discussions in Neurosciences. Geneva. ;1988. p. .

  10. Galaburda AM. Anatomical asymmetries. In: Corballis M, Wolpert L, McManus IC, Peters HC, Jefferies RPS, Galaburda AM, eds. Biological Asymmetry and Handedness. London. ;1991. p. 313-315.

  11. Galaburda AM, Livingstone MS. Evidence for a magnocellular defect in developmental dyslexia. In: Proceedings of the New York Academy of Science meeting on Temporal Information Processing in the Nervous System; 1992; New York. Ann NY Acad Sci ;1993. p. 70-82.

  12. Galaburda AM, Schrott LS, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Denenberg VH. Animal models of developmental dyslexia. In: Chase C, Rosen GD, Sherman GF, eds. Developmental Dyslexia: Neural, Cognitive, and Genetic Mechanisms. ; Baltimore: York Press;1996. p. 1-14.

  13. Galaburda AM. Toxicity of plasticity -- Lessons from a model of developmental learning disorder. In: Galaburda AM, Christen Y, eds. Normal and Abnormal Development of the Cortex. Berlin: Springer-Verlag;1997. p. 135-144.

  14. Galaburda AM. Language and the Brain: Neuroanatomical Support for Categorical Knowledge Representation. In: Galaburda AM, Kosslyn SM, Christen Y. eds. Languages of the Brain. Paris, France. Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press;2002. p. 23-42.

Reviews/Chapters/Editorials

  1. Locke S, Galaburda AM. Cerebrovascular disorders in later life. In: Clinical aspects of aging. Reichel W, ed. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins;1978. p. 77-86.

  2. Locke S, Galaburda AM. Neurologic disorders of the elderly. In: Clinical aspects of aging. Reichel W, ed. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins;1978. p. 71-76.

  3. Galaburda AM. Neuro-anatomical basis of cerebral dominance. Allied Health Behavioral Science Journal. 1978;1:382-397.

  4. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM, LeMay M. Morphological and physiological substrates of language and cognitive development. In: Congenital and acquired cognitive disorders. Katzman R, ed. New York: Raven Press;1979. p. 31-41.

  5. Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. The human language areas and cerebral asymmetries. Rev Med Suisse Romande. 1980;100:110-128.

  6. Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. Anatomical asymmetries in the adult and developing brain and their implications for function. In: Advances in pediatrics. Barness L, ed. New York: Yearbook Medical Publishers;1981. p. 271-292.

  7. Sherman GF, Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. Neuroanatomical asymmetries in non-human species. Trends Neurosci (TINS). 1982;5:429-431.

  8. Eidelberg D, Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. Cerebral asymmetries: Implications for the lateralization of language function, handedness and vision. In: Neuro-ophthalmology, Lessell S, ed. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica;1982. p. 108-125.

  9. Galaburda AM, Geschwind N. Dyslexia update. Neurol Neurosurg Update. 1982;33:1-8.

  10. Galaburda AM, Mesulam M-M. Neuroanatomical aspects of cerebral localization. In: Cerebral localization, Kertesz A, ed. New York: Academic Press;1983. p. 21-61.

  11. Galaburda AM. Developmental dyslexia: Current anatomical research. Ann Dyslexia. 1983;33:41-53.

  12. Galaburda AM. Anatomical asymmetries in the human brain. In: Biological foundations of cerebral dominance. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM, eds. Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press;1984. p. 11-25.

  13. Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Development of language: A question of asymmetry deviation. In: Neonate cognition: beyond the blooming buzzing confusion. Mehler J and Fox R, eds. Hillsdale (N.J.): Lawrence Ehrlbaum, Assoc., Inc.;1984. p. 307-325.

  14. Morgane PJ, Jacobs MS, Galaburda AM. Evolutionary aspects of cortical organization in the dolphin brain. In: Research on dolphins. Bryden M, Harrison RJ, eds. New York-Oxford: Oxford University Press;1984. p. 71-98.

  15. Galaburda AM. La dyslexie dÈveloppementale. In: Proceedings of the UNICEF Colloquium. Paris: Flammarion;1984. p. 64-67.

  16. Freeman RL, Galaburda AM, DÌaz-Cabal R, Geschwind N. The neurology of depression. Arch Neurol. 1984;42:289-291.

  17. Galaburda AM. Biological associations of left-handedness. Seminars Neurol. 1984;4:120-125.

  18. Galaburda AM. Norman Geschwind (1926-1984). Neuropsychologia. 1985;23:297-304.

  19. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization: Biological mechanisms, associations and pathology. Arch Neurol; Part II. 1985; 42:521-56.

  20. Rosen GD, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Biological interactions in dyslexia. In: Child neuropsychology: theory and research. Vol. I Obrzut JE, Hynd WG, eds. New York, NY: Academic Press;1985. p. 155-173.

  21. Galaburda AM. Le rÙle du thalamus dans la latÈralization anatomique (The role of the thalamus in anatomical lateralization). Rev Neurol; 1985; 142:441-4.

  22. Galaburda AM, Sherman GF. Cerebral lateralization: Historical note on animal studies. In: Cerebral lateralization in sub-human species. Glick SD, ed. New York: Academic Press;1985. p. 1-10.

  23. Kemper TL, Galaburda AM. Principles of cytoarchitectonics. In: Cerebral cortex. Peters A, Jones EG, eds. New York (NY): Academic Press;1985. p. 35-37.

  24. Galaburda AM. Dyslexia. In: Encyclopedia of neuroscience; Adelman G, ed. Boston, MA: Birkhauser;1985.

  25. Damasio AR, Galaburda AM. Norman Geschwind. Archives of Neurololgy. 1985;42:500-504.

  26. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization: Biological mechanisms, associations and pathology. Arch Neurol; Part I. 1985; 42:428-62.

  27. Galaburda AM. La dyslexie et le dÈvÈloppement du cerveau (Dyslexia and brain development). La Recherche. 1985;167:762-769.

  28. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization: Biological mechanisms, associations and pathology. Arch Neurol; Part III. 1985; 42:634-54.

Books, Monographs, and Textbooks

  1. Ansara A, Geschwind N, Galaburda AM, editors. Sex differences in dyslexia. Towson, Maryland: The Orton Dyslexia Society;1981.

  2. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM, editors. Cerebral dominance. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press;1984.

  3. Geschwind N, Galaburda AM. Cerebral lateralization. Cambridge, MA: Bradford Books/MIT Press;1986.

  4. Cotman CW, Brinton RE, Galaburda AM, McEwen BS, Schneider DM. The Neuro-immune-endocrine-connection. New York: Raven Press;1987.

  5. Galaburda AM, editor. From reading to neurons. Cambridge, MA: Bradford Books/MIT Press;1989.

Clinical Communications

  1. Galaburda AM. Lupus and Lefthandedness. Reply to Schur. Arthr Rheum. 1986;30:1-2.

  2. Galaburda AM. Molecule of the Year. Reply to Koshland. Science. 1990;247:904-5.

  3. Galaburda AM. Definition of Dyslexia. Reply to Hammill. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 1990;23:525.

  4. Galaburda AM. Dyslexia. Reply to Shaywitz et al. New England Journal of Medicine. 1992;327:279-80.

  5. Galaburda, AM. Albert Einstein's Brain. The Lancet. 1999;354:1821.

Patents
Livingstone MS, Galaburda AM. Method and Apparatus for Determining Magnocellular Pathway Defect and Dyslexia. Patent No. 5,474,081. 1995 Dec 12.

Abstracts

  1. Galaburda AM, Sherman GF. The cytoarchitectonic organization of the isocortex of the albino rat. Anat Rec. 1982;202:60A.

  2. DeBassio WA, Kemper TL, Galaburda AM. Asymmetric olfactory migratory stream growth in the rat. Soc Neurosc Abstr. 1982;8:326.

  3. Sherman GF, Hasselmo ME, Galaburda AM. Early experience, sex, and hippocampal asymmetry in the albino rat. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1984;10:313.

  4. Rosen GD, Petersen MR, Aboitiz F, Galaburda A M. Auditory lateralization in Japanese macaques and its relationship to cortical and subcortical asymmetries. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1984;10:313.

  5. Galaburda AM, Signoret JL, Ronthal M. Left posterior angiomatous anomaly and developmental dyslexia. Report of five cases. Neurology. 1985;35 (Suppl.1):198.

  6. Galaburda AM, Kaufmann WE, Jaskowiak N. Hippocampal anomalies in the New Zealand Black mouse: A Golgi study. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1988;14:1173.

  7. Saver J, Galaburda AM. Four plus instances of developmental learning disorder in seven cases of arteriovenous anomaly. Neurology. 1989;39 (Suppl. 1):229.

  8. Humphreys P, Galaburda AM. The distribution and chronology of cerebral pathology in a case of juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus. Can J Neurol Sci Abstr. 1989.

  9. Sherman G., Collins RL, Denenberg VH, Press DM, Galaburda AM. Spongiform degeneration in a highly lateralized mouse line. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1989;15:1062.

  10. Rosen GD, Richman JM, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. Birthdates of neocortical neurons in induced microgyria in the rat. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1992;18:1446.

  11. Sherman GF, Stone LV, Walthour NR, Boehm GW, Denenberg VH, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Birthdates of neurons in neocortical ectopias of New Zealand Black mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1992;18:1446A.

  12. Rosen GD, Sigel EA, Sherman GF, Galaburda AM. The neuroprotective effects of MK-801 and GM1 ganglioside on injury to the newborn rat cortex. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1993;19:1657.

  13. Waters NS, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Cortical ectopias impair spatial delayed-matching-to-sample performance in BXSB mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1993;19:184.

  14. Jenner AR, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Hemispheric differences in the human primary visual cortex: Comparing dyslexics and non-dyslexics. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1993;19:182.

  15. Boehm GW, Waters NS, Sherman GF, Rosen GD, Bradway DM, Hoplight BJ, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Environmental enrichment, neocortical ectopias and behavior in BXSB mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1993;19:184.

  16. Schrott LM, Sherman GF, Ansar Ahmed S, Waters NS, Wimer R, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH. Behavioral and immunological associations of corpus callosum abnormalities in NZB-related mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1993;19:1629.

  17. Sherman GF, Stone LV, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH, Beier DR. A genetic analysis of neocortical ectopias in New Zealand black mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1993;19:1628.

  18. Shenton ME, Hokama H, Kikinis R, Ballinger M, Holinger DP, Galaburda A, Jolesz FA, McCarley RW. Use of 3D MR surface renderings for measuring planum temporale. Soc Biol Psychiat. 1994:382.

  19. Galaburda, A.M., Wang, P.P., Rossen, M.L., & Bellugi, U. Cytoarchitectonic and immunohistochemical findings in Williams syndrome. Abstract, Special Issue, Genetic Counseling. 1995;6 (1):142-144.

  20. Jenner AR, Galaburda AM, Sherman GF. Connectivity of cortical ectopias in autoimmune mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1995;21:1712.

  21. Herman AE, Fitch RH, Galaburda AM, Rosen GD. Induced microgyria and its effects on cell size, cell number, and cell packing density in the medial geniculate nucleus. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1995;21:1712.

  22. Sherman GF, Stone LV, Galaburda AM. Neuronal area is increased in the ventrobasal complex in autoimmune nzb mice with cortical ectopias. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1995;21:1712.

  23. Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Neocortical dysplasia, microgyria, and porencephaly: common etiologies? Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1995;21:1712.

  24. Holinger DP, Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Decreased neuronal density in supragranular layers of area tpt of the superior temporal gyrus of schizophrenics. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1995;21:1712.

  25. Boehm GW, Goss MW, Seaman AJ, Galaburda AM, Denenberg VH, Sherman GF. Ultrastructural analysis of neocortical ectopias in NXSM-D recombinant inbred mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1995;21:1712.

  26. Galaburda AM, Burstein D, Rosen GD. Visualization of small focal disorders of late neuronal migration in the cerebral cortex of the rat by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1996;22:485.

  27. Rosen GD, Galaburda, AM. Efferent and afferent connectivity of induced neocortical microgyria. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1996;22:485.

  28. Jenner AR, Galaburda AM, and Sherman GF. Neuronal size is altered in the ventrobasal complex of newborn mice with cortical ectopias. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1996;22:485.

  29. Jenner, AR, Galaburda, AM, Sherman, GF. Thalamocortical and corticothalamic connections in New Zealand Black mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1997;23:1365.

  30. Rosen, GD, Herman, AE, Galaburda, AM. MGN neuronal size distribution following induced neocortical malformations: The effect of perinatal gonadal steroids. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1997;23:626.

  31. Sherman, GF, Stone, LV, Galaburda, AM, Beier, DR. Linkage analysis of neocortical ectopias in NXSM-D mice. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1997;23:1133.

  32. Sherman GF, Hinton WR, Galaburda AM. Neuronal size differences in the anterior thalamic nucleus of mice with neocortical ectopias. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1998;24:561.

  33. Galaburda AM. Neuroanatomical findings in Williams syndrome. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1998;24:561.

  34. Rosen GD, Galaburda AM. Thalamocortical and corticothalamic connectivity in induced neocortical microgyria. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1998;24:1176.

  35. Rosen GD, Windzio H, Galaburda AM. Intra- and inter-hemispheric changes in whisker barrel fields associated with neonatal freezing lesions of the cortical plate. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1999.

  36. Gray WE, Stone LV, Galaburda AM, Beier DR, Sherman GF. Cerebrocortical ectopias in congenic mouse strains. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 1999.

  37. Galaburda AM, McMenamin D., Holinger D. Williams Syndrome: neuronal size and packing density in Primary Visual Cortex. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 2000.

  38. Galaburda AM, Holinger D. Early Signalling in Microgyric Cortex. Soc Neurosci Abstr. 2001.

  39. Galaburda AM, Palmieri SE, Itoka PJ, Kamaraju S, Rosen GD. Early signaling in microgyric cortex. 2001.

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