1 Jeremy Turner, PhD. Education/Training B.A. (1995) Illinois College (Psychology) M.A. (1997) Northern Illinois University (Psychology - Behavioral Neuroscience) Thesis Title: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Effects of Exposure to an Augmented Acoustic Environment in DBA/2J and C57Bl/6J Mice Dr. J.F. Willott advisor Ph.D. (1999) Northern Illinois University (Psychology - Behavioral Neuroscience) Dissertation Title: Response Properties of Neurons in the DBA/2J Mouse Inferior Colliculus Following Exposure to an Augmented Acoustic Environment Dr. J.F. Willott advisor Postdoctoral Associate/Researcher IV (2002) Department of Pharmacology, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Dr. Donald M. Caspary mentor. Professional Experience July, 2006 present Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Illinois College August, 2005 present Research Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery/Otolaryngology, SIU SOM Jan, 2003 July, 2005 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, SIU SOM July, Adjunct Professor for online course "Drugs, Behavior & Society", University of Tennessee August, 1999 July, 2002 Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Tennessee at Martin Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Northern Illinois University, Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory, Dr. James Willott mentor Peer Reviewed Publications In preparation, Turner, J.G., Parrish, J.L., Zuiderveld, L., Darr, S., Hughes, L.F., Caspary, D.M., Idrezbegovic, E., & Canlon, B. Effects of an Enriched Acoustic Environment on Aged Mice. Manuscript in final preparation stages.
2 In preparation, Wang, H., Brozoski, T., Turner, J.G., Ling, L., Parrish, J., Hughes, L., & Caspary, D. Age- Related Changes in Glycine Receptor Subunit Composition and Binding in Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus. Manuscript in final preparation stages. In review, Mukherjea, D., Jajoo, S., Whitworth, C., Bunch, J., Turner, J.G., Rybak, L., & Ramkumar, V. Short Interfering RNA (sirna) Against Transient Receptor Potential Vanniloid-1 (TRPV1) Channel Attenuates Cisplatin-Induced Hearing loss in the Rat. Submitted to the Journal of Neuroscience. In review, Turner, J.G., Hughes, L.F., & Toth, L.A. Sleep, Activity and Temperature Responses of Mice Deficient for Muscarinic Receptor 2 or 4. Submitted to the journal Sleep. In review, Ding, M., Arnold, J., Ramkumar, V., Turner, J.G., Hughes, L., & Toth, L.A. Behavioral and Physiological Effects of a Spontaneous Mutation of the Chrm2 Gene in Mice. Submitted to the European Journal of Neuroscience. 2008, Turner, J.G., & Parrish, J. Gap Detection Methods for Assessing Salicylate-Induced Tinnitus and Hyperacusis in Rats. Peer reviewed and accepted for publication in the American Journal of Audiology, projected publication date of December, , Bauer, C.A., Turner, J.G., Caspary, D.M., Myers, K.S., & Brozoski, T.J. Tinnitus and Inferior Colliculus Activity in Chinchillas Related to Three Distinct Patterns of Cochlear Trauma. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 86, , Caspary, D.M., Ling, L., Turner, J.G., & Hughes, L.F. Inhibitory Neurotransmission, Plasticity and Aging in the Mammalian Central Auditory System. Journal of Experimental Biology, 211, , Turner, J.G. Behavioral Measures of Tinnitus in Laboratory Animals. Progress in Brain Research, 166,
3 2007, Turner, J.G., Bauer, C.A., & Rybak, L.P. "Noise in Animal Facilities: Why it Matters." Journal of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science, 46, (editorial), Kennedy, B.W., Compton, S., Turner, J.G., & Toth, L.A. "Can You Hear Me Now?" Journal of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science, 46, , Yang, G., Lobarinas, E., Zhang, L., Turner, J.G., Stolzberg, D., Salvi, R., Sun, W. Salicylate Induced Tinnitus: Behavioral Measures and Neural Activity in the Auditory Cortex of Awake Rats. Hearing Research, 226, , Caspary, D.M., Hughes, L.F., Schatteman, T.A., & Turner, J.G. Age-related Changes in the Response Properties of Cartwheel Cells in Rat Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus. Hearing Research, 216, , Turner, J.G., Brozoski, T.J., Bauer, C.A., Parrish, J.L., Myers, K., Hughes, L.F., & Caspary, D.M. Gap Detection Deficits in Rats with Tinnitus: A potential Novel Screening Tool. Behavioral Neuroscience, 120, , Turner, J.G., Hughes, L.F., & Caspary, D.M. Age-related Changes in Response Characteristics of Layer V Neurons in Rat Primary Auditory Cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 94, , Turner, J.G., Hughes, L.F., & Caspary, D.M. Divergent Response Properties of Layer V Neurons in Rat Primary Auditory Cortex. Hearing Research, 202, , Turner, J.G., Parrish, J., Hughes, L.F., Toth, L.A., & Caspary, D.M. "Hearing in Laboratory Animals: Strain Differences and Non-Auditory Affects of Noise." Comparative Medicine, 55, , Turner, J.G. & Caspary, D.M. Comparison of Two Rat Models of Aging: Peripheral Pathology and GABA Changes in the Inferior Colliculus. In Plasticity and Signal Representation in the Auditory System (J. Syka & M.M. Merzenich, Eds.) pp: Springer: New York, NY. 2004, Hughes, L.F., Turner, J.G., Helfert, R.H., & Caspary, D.M. "Central Auditory Plasticity in Response to Aging." Experimental Gerontology, 39, , Willott, J.F., & Turner, J.G. "Neural Plasticity in the Mouse Inferior Colliculus: Relationship to Hearing Loss, Augmented Acoustic Stimulation, and Prepulse Inhibition." Hearing Research, 147,
4 2000, Willott, J.F., Turner, J.G., & Sundin, V.S. "Effects of Exposure to an Augmented Acoustic Environment on Auditory Function in Mice: Roles of Hearing Loss and Age During Treatment." Hearing Research, 142, , Falls, W.A., Kogan, J.H., Silva, A.J., Willott, J.F., Carlson, S., & Turner, J.G. "CREBad-Mutant Mice Show Deficient Fear-Potentiated Startle but Normal Prepulse Inhibition of Startle." Behavioral Neuroscience, 114, , Parham, K., Bonaiuto, G., Carlson, S., Turner, J.G., D Angelo, W.R., Bross, L.S., Fox, A., Willott, J.F., & Kim, D.O. "Purkinje Cell Degeneration And Control Mice: Responses of Single Units in the Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus and the Acoustic Startle Response." Hearing Research, 148, , Willott, J.F., & Turner, J.G., "Prolonged Exposure to an Augmented Acoustic Environment Ameliorates Age-Related Auditory Changes in C57BL/6J and DBA/2J Mice." Hearing Research, 135, , Turner, J.G., & Willott, J.F. "Exposure to an Augmented Acoustic Environment Alters Auditory Function in Hearing-Impaired DBA/2J Mice." Hearing Research, 118, , Willott, J.F., Turner, J.G., Carlson, S., Ding, D., Bross, L.S., & Falls, W.M. "The BALB/c Mouse as an Animal Model for Progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss." Hearing Research, 115, , Falls, W.A., Carlson, S., Turner, J.G., & Willott, J.F. "Fear Potentiated Startle in Two Strains of Inbred Mice." Behavioral Neuroscience, 111, Book Manuscript in Preparation Spalding, E. and Turner, J.G. Grandeur in this View of Life: A Brief Introduction to Evolution. Currently in final stages of manuscript preparation. Will be sent to publishers by November, Research Funding Principal Investigator at IC Awarded research contract from Merz Pharmaceuticals, Title: Testing the effects of neramexane in an animal model of tinnitus. Co-Investigator at SIU SOM (T. Tzounopoulos U of Pittsburgh, PI) American Tinnitus Association grant from Title: Cellular mechanisms of tinnitus. Co-Investigator at SIU SOM (D. Caspary SIU SOM, PI) National Institute on Deafness and Communicative Disorders R01 grant from Title: The glycine receptor in a rat tinnitus model. Co-Investigator at SIU SOM (S. Shore U of Michigan, PI) Tinnitus Research Initiative from Title: Neural mechanisms underlying somatic tinnitus.
5 Principal Investigator at SIU SOM - Awarded National Institutes of Health National Institute on Deafness and Communicative Disorders R21 grant for Title: Development of a Rapid Behavioral Tinnitus Screen for Rats. Principal Investigator at SIU SOM Awarded SIU Excellence in Academic Medicine grant for Title: Development of a Rapid Behavioral Tinnitus Screen for Rats. Principal Investigator at SIU SOM - Awarded National Institutes of Health National Institute on Aging R03 grant for Title: Auditory Plasticity in the Aged Mouse. Principal Investigator at SIU SOM- Awarded Central Research Committee grant for Title: Effects of Acoustic Environment on the Aged Primary Auditory Cortex: Electrophysiology and Behavior. Co-Investigator at SIU SOM (L. Hughes, PI) - Awarded SIU SOM Excellence in Academic Medicine grant for Title: Layer-Specific Changes with Age in Rat Primary Auditory Cortex using a Silicon Multichannel Probe Electrode. Awards & Affiliations 2006 Awarded Associated Colleges of Illinois "Shining Example of College Success" "Young Alumnus of the Year" for 2002, Illinois College, Jacksonville, Illinois "Featured Scholar" for spring semester, 2002, University of Tennessee at Martin. Summit Award for 2002, Student Government Association for contributions to student life activities at the University of Tennessee at Martin Glass Apple Research Award for , College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, University of Tennessee at Martin Distinguished Thesis Award for 1998, Northern Illinois University (representative at the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools Master's Thesis Competition) Member of the Society for Neuroscience and Association for Research in Otolaryngology. Invited Oral Presentations August 2008 seminar at the Harvard/MIT Eaton Peabody Laboratory of Auditory Physiology Title: The Search for a High Throughput Rodent Model of Tinnitus Hosted by Dr. Kenneth Hancock
6 May 2008 seminar at the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Wayne State University Title: Reflex Audiometry for Rapid Assessment of Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Hosted by Dr. Avril Genene Holt October 2007 seminar at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Title: The Search for an Objective Measure of Tinnitus Hosted by Dr. Esma Idrezbegovic. May 2007 seminar at the Department of Otolaryngology, Wayne State University Title: High Throughput Behavioral Screening for Hearing Loss and Tinnitus in Rodents and Humans Hosted by Dr. Jinsheng Zhang. September 2007 seminar at the Department of Otolaryngology/Kresge Hearing Research Institute, University of Michigan Title: Reflex Audiometry as a Tool for Rapid Assessment of Hearing Loss and Tinnitus in Rodents Hosted by Dr. Susan Shore. October 2006 seminar at the Department of Neuroscience, University of Connecticut Title: Startle Reflex as a Tool for Neuroscience Hosted by Dr. Kent Morest October 2006 seminar at Merck Pharmaceuticals, West Point, PA. - Title: "Pre-Pulse Inhibition as a High Throughput Behavioral Screening Tool for Assessing Ototoxicity, Tinnitus and More" Hosted by Dr. David Wise March 2006 seminar at the Center for Hearing and Deafness at State University of New York at Buffalo Title: Measuring Behavioral Auditory Function in Rodents: From the Affects of an Enriched Acoustic Environment to Tinnitus. Hosted by Dr. Richard Salvi Nov 2005 lecture at American Association of Laboratory Animal Science annual meeting Title: "Diverse Consequences of Even Relatively Quiet Sounds in the Laboratory Animal Environment" Sept 2005 seminar at Glaxo SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals Title: "Prepulse Inhibition as a High Throughput Screening Tool for Rapid Assessment of Ototoxicity, Tinnitus and More" Hosted by Dr. John Krayer Oct 2003 seminar at the University of Illinois-Springfield Biology Department Title: "The Plastic Brain: Effects of Auditory Stimulation, Deprivation and Advanced Age" Dec 2002 seminar at SIU School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology Title: The Acoustic Startle Response as a Tool in Neuroscience 2002 University of Tennessee at Martin/Murray State University Joint Sigma Xi Symposium Title: From Hearing Loss to Schizophrenia: Using Mouse Models to Study the Brain and Behavior May 2001 seminar at The University of Tennessee Health Science s Center for Neuroscience Title: Using the Mouse Acoustic Startle Response to Study the Neural Mechanisms of Fear and Sensory Gating Hosted by Dr. Daniel Goldowitz
7 Presentation about teaching psychopharmacology to college students online at the Best of Tennessee 2001 Technology Showcase Invited Foreign Lecturer at the 1999 Spring Meeting of the Swedish Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctors (Stockholm, Sweden) - Title: "Exposure to an Augmented Acoustic Environment Prevents Progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss" Co-presenter (1998) with Dr. James Willott Using Mouse Models to Study Hearing Loss at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, IL (Department of Pharmacology) Selected Committee/Service Activities 2007-Present Member of the Editorial Review Board for the journals Comparative Medicine and the Journal of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science Guest Editor of special journal issue on "Noise in the Animal Facility" published by the Journal of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science present Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee for the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science Member of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine's Laboratory Animal Care and Use Committee Chairman of the UT-Martin Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
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