Joel Clinton Glover

Professor - Neural Development
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Phone +47 22851230
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Visiting address Sognsvannsveien 9 Domus Medica 0372 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1103 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Academic interests

Interests

  • Development and evolution of the brain and spinal cord, neural networks, motor systems, spinal cord injury, neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuroembryology, stem cell biology, marine biology, invertebrate biology.

Competence

  • Electrophysiology, neuroanatomical methods (especially axonal tracing), optical recording of neuronal activity, optogenetics, experimental embryology.

Courses taught

  • Neurobiology, neurology, neuroanatomy, embryology, histology, gross anatomy, evolution.

Background

  • Bachelor of Arts from UC San Diego in Biology (summa cum laude) 1978
  • PhD from UC Berkeley in Neuroscience, 1984
  • Postdoctoral fellow, Dept of Physiology, Univ of Oslo, 1984-1986
  • Postdoctoral fellow, Dept of Anatomy and Neuroscience, Washington University at St. Louis, 1986-1987
  • Research fellow, Dept of Physiology, Univ of Oslo, 1987-1994
  • Associate Professor, Dept of Anatomy, Univ of Oslo, 1994-1996
  • Professor, Dept of Anatomy, Univ of Oslo, 1996-2001
  • Adjunct Professor, Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology, 2000-present
  • Professor, Dept of Physiology, Univ of Oslo, 2001-present
  • Director, Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research, 2008-present

Awards

  • Inducted into Norwegian Academy of Science 2007
  • Best Lecturer, Preclinical medicine 1998
  • Vickers Lecturer, British Neonatal Society, London, 1995

Positions held

  • Professor, Dept of Physiology
  • Adjunct Professor, Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology
  • Director, Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research
Tags: Life science, Brain and nervous system, Stem cells, Spinal cord and spinal cord injuries, Motorical systems, Embryology, Sense organs, Brain evolution, Brain development
Published Apr. 13, 2011 2:40 PM - Last modified Mar. 29, 2012 3:30 PM