Curriculum Vitae

Michael D. Mann

  1. Personal
  2. Education
  3. Academic Appointments
  4. Honors
  5. Teaching
  6. Other Activities
  7. Publications
    1. Decandia, M., E.L. Gasteiger and M.D. Mann. Escape of the extensor monosynaptic reflex from presynaptic inhibition. Brain Research, 7:317-319, 1968. See it.
    2. Tapper, D.N. and M.D. Mann. Single presynaptic impulse evokes postsynaptic discharge. Brain Research, 11:688-690, 1968. See it.
    3. Kasprzak, H., M.D. Mann and D.N. Tapper. Pyramidal modulation of responses of spinal neurons to adequate stimulation of cutaneous receptors. Brain Research, 24:121-124, 1971. See it.
    4. Mann, M.D., H. Kasprzak and D.N. Tapper. Ascending dorsolateral pathways relaying type I activity. Brain Research, 27:176-178, 1971. See it.
    5. Decandia, M., E.L. Gasteiger and M.D. Mann. Excitability changes of extensor motoneurons and primary afferent endings during prolonged stimulation of flexor afferents. Exp. Brain Research, 12:150-160, 1971. See it.
    6. Mann, M.D. Axons of the dorsal spinocerebellar tract which respond to activity in cutaneous receptors. Journal of Neurophysiology, 34:1035-1050, 1971. See it.
    7. Mann, M.D., H. Kasprzak, F.L. Hiltz and D.N. Tapper. Activity in cutaneous afferents: spinal pathways and cortical evoked potentials. Brain Research, 39:61-70, 1972. See it.
    8. Mann, M.D. Clarke's column and the dorsal spinocerebellar tract: A review. Brain Behavior and Evolution, 7:34-83, 1973.Part I Part II
    9. Towe, A.L. and M.D. Mann. Effect of strychnine on the primary evoked response and on the corticofugal reflex discharge. Experimental Neurology, 39:395-413, 1973. See it.
    10. Mann, M.D. and A.L. Towe. Effect of strychnine on single neurons of the pericruciate cerebral cortex. Experimental Neurology, 42:388-411, 1974. See it.
    11. Tapper, D.N., M.D. Mann, P.B. Brown and B. Cogdell. Cells of origin of the cutaneous subdivision of the dorsal spinocerebellar tract. Brain Research, 85:59-63, 1975. See it.
    12. Mann, M.D., W.S. Holt and A.L. Towe. Afferent modulation of the excitability of pyramidal tract fibers. Experimental Neurology, 55:414-435, 1977. See it.
    13. Mann, M.D. Sets of neurons in somatic cerebral cortex of the cat and their ontogeny. Brain Research Reviews, 1:3-45, 1979.Part I Part II
    14. Mann, M.D. Excitation of wide-field ventralis posterolateralis neurons by contralateral thalamic stimulation. Experimental Neurology, 67:131-151, 1980. See it.
    15. Towe, A.L., M.D. Mann and G.H. Harding. On the currents that flow during the strychnine spike. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 51:306-327, 1981. See it.
    16. Mann, M.D. and K.A. Follett. Ontogenetic studies of the primary evoked response and strychnine spike in motor-sensory cortex of kittens. Experimental Neurology, 75:368-388, 1982. See it.
    17. Mann, M.D. and K.A. Follett. Excitability changes along pyramidal tract axons following sensory stimulation. Experimental Neurology, 78:685-702, 1982. See it.
    18. Mann, M.D. The growth of the brain and skull in children. Developmental Brain Research, 13:169-178, 1984. See it.
    19. Follett, K.A. and M.D. Mann. Effective stimulation distance for current from macroelectrodes. Experimental Neurology, 92:75-91, 1986. See it.
    20. Mann, M.D. On the action of intravenous picrotoxin in the sensorimotor cortex of the cat. Experimental Neurology, 95:419-431, 1987. See it.
    21. Mann, M.D., S.E. Glickman and A.L. Towe. Brain/body relations among myomorph rodents. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 31:111-124, 1988. See it.
    22. Brandenberg, G.A. and M.D. Mann. Sensory nerve crush and regeneration and the receptive fields and responses properties of neurons in the primary somatosensory cerebral cortex of cats. Experimental Neurology, 103: 256-266, 1989. See it.
    23. Towe, A.L. and M.D. Mann. Relation between brain and body growth in Allied rats. Growth, Development and Aging 56:159-166, 1992. See it.
    24. Towe, A.L. and M.D. Mann. Brain size/body length relations among myomorph rodents. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 39:17-23, 1992. See it.
    25. Mann, M.D., D.A. Crouse and E.D. Prentice. Appropriate animal numbers in biomedical research in light of animal welfare considerations. Laboratory Animal Science 41: 6-14, 1991. See it.
    26. Prentice, E.D., D.A. Crouse, and M.D. Mann. The IACUC protocol form: One of the keys to a successful review. AALAS Bulletin 30: 10-16, 1991. See it.
    27. Prentice, E.D., D.A. Crouse, and M.D. Mann. Scientific merit review: The role of the IACUC. ILAR News 34:15-19, 1992. See it.
    28. Prentice, E.D., D.A. Crouse, and M.D. Mann. To the editor. ILAR Journal. 35: 2-3, 1993. See it.
    29. A.L. Towe and M.D. Mann. Habitat-related variations in brain and body size of pocket gophers. Journal of Brain Research, 36: 195-201, 1995. See it.
    30. Mann, M.D. and F.J. Clark. A poster exercise to teach skills of information retrieval and presentation to first-year medical students. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 7: 51-54, 1995. See it.
    31. Rehkämper, G., H.D. Frahm and M.D. Mann. Brain composition and ecological niches in the wild or under man-made conditions (domestication). In: E. Alleva et al., (eds.) Behavioural Brain Research in Naturalistic and Semi-Naturalistic Settings. Kluwer Academic Publisher. Pp. 83-103, 1995. See it.
    32. Crouse, D.A., M.D. Mann and E.D. Prentice. The logical determination of "n" in animal experimentation. In: K.A.L. Bayne, M. Greene and E.D. Prentice (eds.) Current Issues and New Frontiers in Animal Research. Greenbelt, Maryland: Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, Pp. 19-23, 1995. See it.
    33. Mann, M.D. A poster exercise teaches first-year medical students Grateful Med retrieval skills. Gratefully Yours, March/April: 1-2, 1996. See it.
    34. Mann, M.D., G. Rehkämper, H. Reinke, H.D. Frahm, R. Necker and E. Nevo. Size of somatosensory cortex and of somatosensory thalamic nuclei of the naturally blind mole rat, Spalax ehrenbergi. Journal of Brain Research, 38:47-59, 1997. See it.
    35. Rehkämper, G., H.D. Frahm and M.D. Mann. Evolutionary constraints of large telencephala. In: G. Roth and M.F. Wullimann (eds.) Brain Evolution and Cognition. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, Pp. 265-293, 2001. Part I Part II
    36. M.D. Mann and A.L. Towe. Brain-body Size Relations in Grasshopper Mice. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 62:13-18. 2003. See it.
    37. M.D. Mann, M. Kalichman and F. L. Macrina. Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research. The Physiologist, 47(4):149-155, 2004. See it.
    38. M.D. Mann and E.D. Prentice. Should IACUCs Review Scientific Merit of Animal Research Projects? Lab Animal, 33(1):26-31, 2004. See it.
    39. Mann, M.D. Response to protocol review scenario: Don't ignore the protocol. Lab Animal 35(2):17, 2006. See it.
    40. Prentice, E.D., G.S.F. Oki, and M.D. Mann. General Concepts of Protocol Review. In: Silverman, J., M.A. Suckow, S. Muirthy (ed.) The IACUC Handbook. Second Edition. Pages 113-138. New York: CRC Press, 2007. See it.
    41. Mann, M.D. and E.D. Prentice. Verification of IACUC approval and the just-in-time PHS Grant Process. ILAR Journal 48(1):12-28, 2007. See it.
    42. Mann, M.D.. Choosing the right species in research. Lab Animal 44(7):274-278, 2015. See it.
  8. Books
Updated on ... July 07, 2011