Neil Grimsey Ph.D

Neil Grimsey Ph.D

University of Georgia

H-index: 22

North America-United States

About Neil Grimsey Ph.D

Neil Grimsey Ph.D, With an exceptional h-index of 22 and a recent h-index of 19 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Georgia, specializes in the field of Cell and molecular biology.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Abstract 2133 Spatially biased atypical p38 signaling as a critical regulator of vascular retinopathies

Regulation of hormone and growth factor signalling by ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein modifications

Two NOTCH1 O-fucose sites have opposing functions in mouse retinal angiogenesis

Atypical p38 Signaling in Retinal Vasculopathies

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) spatiotemporal mapping of atypical P38 reveals an endosomal and cytosolic spatial bias

Mapping of GPCR‐p38 Signaling Reveals A Spatiotemporal Key for Regulating Vascular Inflammation

Investigating Atypical Inflammatory Signaling in Vascular Pericytes as Potential Target for Controlling Blood‐Retinal‐Barrier (BRB) Inflammation in Diabetic Retinopathy

Tracking and Inhibiting Atypical Vascular Inflammation

Neil Grimsey Ph.D Information

University

University of Georgia

Position

College of Pharmacy

Citations(all)

2237

Citations(since 2020)

958

Cited By

1653

hIndex(all)

22

hIndex(since 2020)

19

i10Index(all)

26

i10Index(since 2020)

26

Email

University Profile Page

University of Georgia

Neil Grimsey Ph.D Skills & Research Interests

Cell and molecular biology

Top articles of Neil Grimsey Ph.D

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Abstract 2133 Spatially biased atypical p38 signaling as a critical regulator of vascular retinopathies

Journal of Biological Chemistry

Neil Grimsey

Sneha Ghosh

Jeremy Burton

PRIYA NARAYANAN

2024/3/1

Regulation of hormone and growth factor signalling by ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein modifications

Sudha K Shenoy

Neil J Grimsey

Robert C Piper

2024/3/22

Two NOTCH1 O-fucose sites have opposing functions in mouse retinal angiogenesis

Glycobiology

Rachel K LoPilato

Heike Kroeger

Sneha K Mohan

James D Lauderdale

Neil Grimsey

...

2023/8

Atypical p38 Signaling in Retinal Vasculopathies

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Sneha Srikumar Ghosh

Morgan Roos

Jeremy Burton

Priya Narayanan

Neil Grimsey

2023/6/1

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) spatiotemporal mapping of atypical P38 reveals an endosomal and cytosolic spatial bias

Scientific Reports

Jeremy C Burton

Jennifer Okalova

Neil J Grimsey

2023/5/8

Mapping of GPCR‐p38 Signaling Reveals A Spatiotemporal Key for Regulating Vascular Inflammation

The FASEB Journal

Jeremy J Burton

Jennifer Okalova

Neil J Grimsey

2022/5

Investigating Atypical Inflammatory Signaling in Vascular Pericytes as Potential Target for Controlling Blood‐Retinal‐Barrier (BRB) Inflammation in Diabetic Retinopathy

The FASEB journal

Sneha Ghosh

Courtney Campagna

Morgan Roos

Payton Lane

Megan Yoder

...

2022/5

Tracking and Inhibiting Atypical Vascular Inflammation

The FASEB Journal

Neil J Grimsey

Elizabeth L Lane

Sneha Ghosh

Megan Yoder

Payton Lane

...

2022/5

Phosphoproteomic analysis of thrombin-and p38 MAPK-regulated signaling networks in endothelial cells

Journal of Biological Chemistry

Olivia Molinar-Inglis

Jacob M Wozniak

Neil J Grimsey

Lennis B Orduña-Castillo

Norton Cheng

...

2022/4/1

Thiamine insufficiency induces Hypoxia Inducible Factor-1α as an upstream mediator for neurotoxicity and AD-like pathology

Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience

Maria Luisa Valle

Yasmin Tarek Anderson

Neil Grimsey

Jason Zastre

2022/12/1

The structure and immune regulatory implications of the ubiquitin-like tandem domain within an avian 2’-5’oligoadenylate synthetase-like protein

Frontiers in immunology

Justin D Shepard

Brendan T Freitas

Sergio E Rodriguez

Florine EM Scholte

Kailee Baker

...

2022/1/4

aPC/PAR1 confers endothelial anti‐apoptotic activity via a discrete β‐arrestin‐2 mediated SphK1‐S1PR1‐Akt signaling axis

The FASEB Journal

Lennis B Orduna‐Castillo

Olivia Molinar‐Inglis

Dequina Nicholas

Metztli Cisneros‐Aguirre

Anand Patwardhan

...

2022/5

aPC/PAR1 confers endothelial anti-apoptotic activity via a discrete, β-arrestin-2–mediated SphK1-S1PR1-Akt signaling axis

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Olivia Molinar-Inglis

Cierra A Birch

Dequina Nicholas

Lennis Orduña-Castillo

Metztli Cisneros-Aguirre

...

2021/12/7

Characterization of p38 Inflammatory Response in Human Brain Vascular Pericyte Cells

The FASEB Journal

Morgan Roos

Neil Grimsey

2021/5

ATF6 is essential for human cone photoreceptor development

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Heike Kroeger

Julia MD Grandjean

Wei-Chieh Jerry Chiang

Daphne D Bindels

Rebecca Mastey

...

2021/9/28

The Spatiotemporal Bias in Proinflammatory p38 Signaling Revealed by a Forster's Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET)‐based Platform for Mapping GPCR‐induced Vascular Inflammation

The FASEB Journal

Jeremy Burton

Jennifer Okalova

Neil Grimsey

2021/5

Heat shock protein 27 activity is linked to endothelial barrier recovery after proinflammatory GPCR-induced disruption

Science signaling

Cara C Rada

Hilda Mejia-Pena

Neil J Grimsey

Isabel Canto Cordova

Joshua Olson

...

2021/8/31

Atypical p38 signaling, activation, and implications for disease

Jeremy C Burton

William Antoniades

Jennifer Okalova

Morgan M Roos

Neil J Grimsey

2021/4/17

Studying the regulatory contributions by Fringe glycosyltransferases to the NOTCH1 pathway during angiogenic development of the mouse retina

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Rachel K LoPilato

Heike Kroeger

Neil J Grimsey

James D Lauderdale

Robert S Haltiwanger

2021/6/21

Proteostasis Modulation through ATF6 Signaling Supports Cone Photoreceptor Differentiation in Retinal Organoids

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Heike Kroeger

Julia MD Grandjean

Wei-Chieh Chiang

Daphne Bindels

Rebecca Mastey

...

2021/6/21

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Neil Grimsey Ph.D FAQs

What is Neil Grimsey Ph.D's h-index at University of Georgia?

The h-index of Neil Grimsey Ph.D has been 19 since 2020 and 22 in total.

What are Neil Grimsey Ph.D's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Abstract 2133 Spatially biased atypical p38 signaling as a critical regulator of vascular retinopathies

Regulation of hormone and growth factor signalling by ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein modifications

Two NOTCH1 O-fucose sites have opposing functions in mouse retinal angiogenesis

Atypical p38 Signaling in Retinal Vasculopathies

Fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) spatiotemporal mapping of atypical P38 reveals an endosomal and cytosolic spatial bias

Mapping of GPCR‐p38 Signaling Reveals A Spatiotemporal Key for Regulating Vascular Inflammation

Investigating Atypical Inflammatory Signaling in Vascular Pericytes as Potential Target for Controlling Blood‐Retinal‐Barrier (BRB) Inflammation in Diabetic Retinopathy

Tracking and Inhibiting Atypical Vascular Inflammation

...

are the top articles of Neil Grimsey Ph.D at University of Georgia.

What are Neil Grimsey Ph.D's research interests?

The research interests of Neil Grimsey Ph.D are: Cell and molecular biology

What is Neil Grimsey Ph.D's total number of citations?

Neil Grimsey Ph.D has 2,237 citations in total.