©2018 by Texas A&M Spinal Cord Initiative.

Dylan McCreedy, PhD

Assistant Professor, Biology

TIRR Foundation Fellow

Areas of Interest:

  • Spinal cord injury

  • Inflammation

  • Secondary damage/pathogenesis after SCI

  • Neuroprotection

  • Three-dimensional imaging of inflammation and plasticity after SCI


Publications:

10 peer-reviewed papers in the area of SCI (out of 14, h-index: 8)


Recent publications:

McCreedy DALee S, Sontag CJ, Weinstein P, Olivas A, Martinez AF, Fandel T, Trivedi A, Rosen SD, Noble-Haeusslein LJ. Early Targeting of L-selectin on Leukocytes Promotes Long-term Recovery after Spinal Cord Injury, Implicating Novel Mechanisms of Pathogenesis. 5(4): 0101-18,2018. 


Butts JC, McCreedy DA, Mendoza-Camacho N, Hookway TA, Taneja P, Noble-Haeusslein LJ, McDevitt TC. Differentiation of V2a Interneurons from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells. 114(9): 4969-4974, 2017.


McCreedy DAMargul DJ, Seidlits SK, Antane JT, Thomas RJ, Sissman GM, Boehler RM, Smith DR, Kukushliev TV, Lamano JB, Vedia BH, He T, Shea LD. Semi-Automated Counting of Axon Regene­­ration in PLG Spinal Cord Bridges. . 263: 15-22, 2016. 


McCreedy DAWilems TS, Xu H, Butts JC, Brown CR, Smith AW, Sakiyama-Elbert SE. Survival, Differentiation, and Migration of High-Purity Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell-derived Progenitor Motor Neurons in Fibrin Scaffolds after Sub-Acute Spinal Cord Injury. 2: 1672-1682, 2014. 


Support:

NINDS, “The role of L-selectin in leukocyte recruitment and longer term recovery after spinal cord injury”, F32 National Research Service Award (NRSA), 2016-2019, $179,982


NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Award, 2010-2013, $123,500