John R. Martin, III, Ph.D.
John R. Martin, III, Ph.D.*
MS(R), Saint Louis University, 1996
Ph.D., Saint Louis University, 2001
Assistant Professor of Anatomy in Surgery, Center for Anatomical Science and Education, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, 2004
Instructor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, 2001
Anatomical studies of oculomotor and cerebellar systems
Martin, J, Kogo, N, Ariel, M: Morphology of basal optic tract terminals in the turtle, pseudemys scripta elegans. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 393:267-283, 1998.
Zahm, D.S., Jensen, S.L., Williams, E.S., Martin, J.: Direct comparison of projections from the central amygdaloid region and nucleus accumbens shell. European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 11:1119-1126, 1999.
Gastard, M., Jensen, S.L., Martin III, J.R., Williams, E.S., Zahm, D.S.: The caudal sublenticular region/anterior amygdaloid area is the only part of the rat forebrain and mesopontine tegmentum occupied by magnocellular cholinergic neurons that receives outputs from the central division of extended amygdala. Brain Research, 957:207-222, 2002.
Weber, A., Martin, J. & Ariel, M. Efferent pathways from the turtle accessory optic system. Brain Res. 989:76-90, 2003.
Martin, J., Kogo, N., Fan, T.X. & Ariel, M. Morphology of the turtle accessory optic system. Visual Neurosci. 20:639-649, 2003.
Martin, J. and Ariel, M. Localization of GABA markers in the turtle's basal optic nucleus. Brain Res. 1066: 109-119, 2005.