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overview A native of Searcy, Arkansas, Steve graduated from Hendrix College and then obtained a Ph.D. in Cell Biology at Vanderbilt University. After a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Kentucky, he became the first recipient of the Inglewood Fellowship for Alzheimer's research at UAMS, where he is currently Professor in the Departments of Geriatrics, Neurobiology & Developmental Sciences, and Internal Medicine. Since 1996, he has been jointly appointed at the Department of Veterans Affairs. He is also a member of the Arkansas General Assembly’s Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory Board. Steve has published over 100 articles in the field of neuroscience and neurological disease and has been nearly continuously funded by one or more grants from the National Institutes of Health since 1994. He is Deputy Chief Editor for the Journal of Neurochemistry and is active on the editorial boards of three other scientific journals. Steve has been a member of the Committee for Animals in Research at the Society for Neuroscience and president of that Society’s Arkansas Chapter. He received the Odyssey Medal for Research from Hendrix College in 2010. Steve is also an instructor and a research advisor for graduate students, including serving as course director for a course named “The Basic Biology of Aging.” Steve is an outdoors enthusiast and enjoys competition in a variety of endurance events, including triathlons and adventure racing.

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Academic Article Microglial activation by uptake of fDNA via a scavenger receptor.
Academic Article An unconventional hypothesis of oxidation in Alzheimer's disease: intersections with excitotoxicity.
Academic Article S100B-induced microglial and neuronal IL-1 expression is mediated by cell type-specific transcription factors.
Academic Article Relationships between expression of apolipoprotein E and beta-amyloid precursor protein are altered in proximity to Alzheimer beta-amyloid plaques: potential explanations from cell culture studies.
Academic Article The PPAR-gamma Agonist 15-Deoxy-Delta-Prostaglandin J(2) Attenuates Microglial Production of IL-12 Family Cytokines: Potential Relevance to Alzheimer's Disease.
Concept Alzheimer Disease
Award or Honor Receipt Alzheimer’s Disease Research Scholar, Inglewood Foundation
Award or Honor Receipt Alzheimer’s Disease Advisory Board, Arkansas General Assembly
Academic Article Proteins that mediate protein aggregation and cytotoxicity distinguish Alzheimer's hippocampus from normal controls.
Academic Article Vascular consequences of passive Abeta immunization for Alzheimer's disease. Is avoidance of "malactivation" of microglia enough?
Academic Article Presenilin 1 mutations influence processing and trafficking of the ApoE receptor apoER2.
Academic Article Apolipoprotein E4 inhibits autophagy gene products through direct, specific binding to CLEAR motifs.
Academic Article Functional assessments through novel proteomics approaches: Application to insulin/IGF signaling in neurodegenerative disease'.
Grant Secreted Alzheimer amyloid precursor protein (sAPP) antagonizes Reelin receptors
Grant BALANCED BIOACTIVITY OF ALZHEIMER BETA AMYLOID PRECURSOR
Grant Destablization of LRP family receptors by Alzheimer-related presenilin mutations
Academic Article Interleukin-1ß drives NEDD8 nuclear-to-cytoplasmic translocation, fostering parkin activation via NEDD8 binding to the P-ubiquitin activating site.
Academic Article A Novel Microtubule-Binding Drug Attenuates and Reverses Protein Aggregation in Animal Models of Alzheimer's Disease.
Academic Article Alzheimer amyloid-ß- peptide disrupts membrane localization of glucose transporter 1 in astrocytes: implications for glucose levels in brain and blood.
Grant Compromised function of a glial glucose transporter in aging and Alzheimer's disease

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