Stanislav Kholmanskikh

Ph.D. 2002

Thesis Title:

Abnormalities of neuronal migration in mouse models of lissencephaly

Current Position:

Assistant Professor of Research, Neuroscience, Weill Cornell Medical College

Major Advisor(s):

  • Paul Letourneau
  • M. Elizabeth Ross

Selected Publications:

  • Gray J.D., Kholmanskikh S.S., Castaldo B.S., Hansler A., Chung H., Brown A.M.C., Ross M.E. Lrp6 Exerts Noncanonical Effects on Wnt Signaling During Neural Tube Closure. in revision.
  • Rivière J.B., van Bon W.B.M., Hoischen A., Kholmanskikh S.S., O’Roak B.J., Gilissen C., Gijsen S., Sullivan C.T., Christian S.L., Abdul-Rahman O.A., Atkin J.F., Chassaing N., Drouin-Garraud V., Fry A.E., Fryns J., Gripp K.W., Kempers M., Kleefstra T., Mancini G.M.S., Nowaczyk M.J.M., van Ravenswaaij-Arts C., Roscioli T., Rosenfeld J.A., Siu V.M., Shendure J., Verloes A., Veltman J.A., Brunner H.G., Ross M.E., Pilz D.T., Dobyns W.B. (2012) Exome sequencing implicates de novo mutations in the actin genes ACTB and ACTG1 in Baraitser-Winter syndrome. Nature Genetics 44:440-444.
  • Kholmanskikh S.S., Koeller H.B., Wynshaw-Boris A., Gomez T., Letourneau P.C.,Ross M.E. (2006) Calcium-dependent interaction of Lis1 with IQGAP1 and Cdc42 promotes neuronal motility. Nature Neuroscience 9(1): 50-57
  • Kholmanskikh S.S., Dobrin J.S., Wynshaw-Boris A., Letourneau P.C., Ross M.E. (2003) Disregulated Rho GTPases and actin cytoskeleton contribute to the migration deficit in Lis1-deficient neurons. Journal of Neuroscience 23(25): 8673-8681
  • Chepurnov S.A., Chepurnova N.E., Kholmanskikh S.S., Berdiev R.K., Park J.K., Jae-Oh Sohn (1996) Training of mice in the Y-maze using drinking reinforcement and aversive olfactory signal: facilitatory effect of ginsenosides. Bulletin of Exp. Biol. and Med. 122(9): 872-875 (English edition), 253-257 (Russian edition)
  • Kholmanskikh S.S., Berdiev R.K., Chepurnova N.E., Popova N.V., Poletayeva I.I., Chepurnov S.A. (1996) Aversive olfactory signal during learning in Y-maze in mice selected by the brain weight.  Zhurnal Vysshey Nervnoi Deiatelnosti  46(3): 527-532 (in Russian, abstract in English)

Honors and Awards:

Stanislav Kholmanskikh