Gourgou E, Willis AR, Giunti S, Rosa MJD, Charlesworth AG, Lima MH, Glater E, Soo S, Pereira B, Akbaş K, Deb A, Kamak M, Moyle MW, Traa A, Singhvi A, Sural S, Ji EJ. A journey to ‘tame a small metazoan organism’, as seen through the artistic eyes of C. elegans researchers. Journal of Neurogenetics, 1–12 (2020).
Worthy S.E., Haynes L., Chambers M., Bethune D., Kan E., Chung K., Ota R., Taylor C.J. and Glater E.E. Identification of attractive odorants released by preferred bacterial food found in the natural habitats of C. elegans. PLoS ONE. 13:e0201158 (2018).
Pokala N and Glater EE. Using optogenetics to understand neuronal mechanisms underlying behavior in C. elegans. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education. 162(2): A152-A158 (2018).
Worthy, S., Rojas, G., Taylor, C., and Glater, E.E. Identification of odor blend used by Caenorhabditis elegans for pathogen recognition. Chemical Senses. 43(3): 169-180 (2018).
Glater, E.E., Rockman, M.V., and Bargmann, C.I. Multigenic natural variation underlies Caenorhabditis elegans olfactory preference for the bacterial pathogen Serratia marcescens. G3 Genes Genomes Genetics 4, 265–276 (2014).
Glater EE and Schwarz TL. Organization and transport of mitochondria in neurons in Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (Editor-in-chief, Larry Squire, Academic Press, Oxford) (2009).
Glater EE, Megeath LJ, Stowers RS, Schwarz TL. Axonal transport of mitochondria requires milton to recruit kinesin heavy chain and is light chain independent. J Cell Biol 173:545–557 (2006).
Awards & Honors
Awards & Honors
National Science Foundation, Research Starter Grant, $50,000, "Genetic and neuronal mechanisms of food preference in C. elegans, 2012-13