Sydney Oswalt Reitz

  • University of Chicago (2015)

  • Neurosciences

  • Terrance T. Kummer, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Mechanisms of synapse loss following Traumatic Brain Injury


Graduate Publications:

Wani A, Zhu J, Ulrich JD, Eteleeb A, Sauerbeck AD, Reitz SJ, Arhzaouy K, Ikenaga C, Yuede CM, Pittman SK, Wang F, Li S, Benitez BA, Cruchaga C, Kummer TT, Harari O, Chou TF, Schröder R, Clemen CS, Weihl CC. 2021 Neuronal VCP loss of function recapitulates FTLD-TDP pathology. Cell Rep, 36(3):109399.

Sauerbeck AD, Gangolli M, Reitz SJ, Salyards MH, Kim SH, Hemingway C, Gratuze M, Makkapati T, Kerschensteiner M, Holtzman DM, Brody DL, Kummer TT. 2021 SEQUIN Multiscale Imaging of Mammalian Central Synapses Reveals Loss of Synaptic Connectivity Resulting from Diffuse Traumatic Brain Injury. Neuron, 107(2):257-273.e5.

Reitz SJ, Sauerbeck AD, Kummer TT. 2021 Enhanced Multiplexing of Immunofluorescence Microscopy Using a Long-Stokes-Shift Fluorophore. Curr Protoc, 1(8):e214.

Reitz SJ, Sauerbeck AD, Kummer TT. 2021 SEQUIN: An imaging and analysis platform for quantification and characterization of synaptic structures in mouse. STAR Protocols, 2(1):100268.

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