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Michel Baudry

Michel Baudry

Michel Baudry, PHD
Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences
Western University of Health Sciences, USA



Dr. Baudry is an internationally known neuroscientist, and is one of the 100 ISI Highly Cited neuroscientists in the world. After graduating from the prestigious Ecole Polytechnique in Paris in 1971, Dr. Baudry obtained a PhD in biochemistry at the University of Paris VII in 1977, under the direction of professors J.C. Schwartz and J.P. Changeux, two of France’s most distinguished neurobiologists. He moved to the United States in 1978 for a postdoctoral period with Professor Gary Lynch at the University of California, Irvine, and remained at UCI as an associate professor until 1989, when he joined USC.  He was the Professor of Departments of Biological Sciences, Neurology and Biomedical Engineering  at the University of Southern California (USC) till 2012 before joining Western University. Michel Baudry is currently the dean of the Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences at Western University of Health Sciences. In collaboration with Lynch, Dr. Baudry developed a biochemical theory for learning and memory that remains one of the most widely accepted theories in the field. His research is directed at understanding the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory, as well as those involved in neurodegenerative processes underlying numerous brain diseases. He is member of American Neuroscience Society, International Society of Neurochemistry, Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation. He has published more than 350 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and is reviewing manuscripts for a wide range of journals.

Research Interest

Dr. Michel Baudry's research interests include:

  • Mechanisms implicated in long-term synaptic potentiation and depression in hippocampus and other brain regions
  • Regulation of glutamate receptors
  • Role of oxygen free radicals in central nervous system
  • Mechanisms underlying selective neuronal degeneration
  • Computational neuroscience


Brain Lesions: To Biopsy or Not To Biopsy. A Single Institution Experience
Research Article:  J Neurosci Clin Res 2016, 1:1
doi: 10.4172/jnscr.1000101
Gabriel MA, John LA, Christie LM, Albert FJ, Ruby ABG
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Reduction in Forebrain Parenchymal and Cortical Grey Matter Swelling across Treatment Groups in Patients with Inflammatory Illness Acquired Following Exposure to Water-Damaged Buildings
Research Article:  J Neurosci Clin Res 2016, 1:1
doi: 10.4172/jnscr.1000102
McMahon SW, Shoemaker RC and Ryan JC
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Predictors of Outcome in Patients with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Research Article:  J Neurosci Clin Res 2016, 1:1
doi: 10.4172/jnscr.1000103
Leonidas Grigorakos, Anastasia Alexopoulou, Katerina Tzortzopoulou, Stamatοula Stratouli, Despoina Chroni, Eleni Papadaki, Ioannis Alamanos and Nikolaos Sakellaridis
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Using Eye-Tracking as Support for the TEACCH Program and Two Teenagers with Autism-Spectrum Disorders..
Case Report:   J Neurosci Clin Res 2016, 1:1
doi: 10.4172/jnscr.1000104
Fabienne Giuliani
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The Effect Of Anti-Epileptic Drugs On Visual Evoked Potential In Patients With Generalized Tonic-Clonic Seizures: A Prospective Case-Controlled Study
Research Article:  J Neurosci Clin Res 2016, 1:1
doi: 10.4172/jnscr.1000105
Alshareef Aysha and Dandachi Nadia
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