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Ned Patterson

Dr. Ned Patterson

What You See Is What You Get Element patte037@umn.edu

Education
B.A., Williams College, Williamstown MA.
D.V.M. 1996,  University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ph.D. 2004, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Canine Epilepsy Research Consortium (www.canine-epilepsy.net)
Veterinary Medicine Graduate Program
Comparative and Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program

Research Interests

  • Epilepsy
  • Comparative Medicine
  • Genetics
  • Molecular Medicine

Clinical Interests

  • Seizure disorders
  • Clinical Trials
  • Endocrinology

Instructional Areas

  • Genetics
  • Seizure disorders
  • Molecular Medicine

Publications

See PubMed, a service provided by the National Library of Medicine.

Current Funding

  • Canine Status Epilepticus: A Translational Platform for Human Therapeutic Studies. National Institutes of Health – National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke1R21NS072166-01
    Co-Principal Investigator, 20% FTE with full salary savings. $408,250, 09/27/2010 – 08/30/2012
    This is in collaboration with MD and PharmD investigators at the U of MN College of Pharmacy.
     
  • Basis of Exercise-Induced Border Collie Collapse
    AKC Canine Health Foundation
    Co-Principal Investigator 1% FTE, $12,960, 09/01/2010 – 08/31/2011
     
  • Responsive Pharmacotherapy for Reducing/Preventing Epileptic Seizures.
    Neurovista Inc.
    Principal Investigator 10% FTE with full salary savings $136,000, 04/10/2010 – 04/09/2011
    This involves an intracranial EEG device for detecting and predicting seizures developed by Neurovista and being tested in the naturally occurring dog model.
     
  • A Novel Cerebral Venous System Mapping and Ablation Technology.
    Minnesota Partnership for Biotechnology and Genomics.
    Co - Investigator 1% FTE, $475,000, 02/01/10 – 01/31/12
    This is in collaboration with investigators in the departments of biomedical engineering, neurosurgery, and pediatric neurology at the University of Minnesota, and the Mayo Clinic.
     
  • The improved management of baclofen withdrawl: The development of IV baclofen.
    Medtronic Inc.
    Co-Investigator, 5% FTE with full salary savings, $136, 400, 01/01/2010 – 12/31/2010
    This funding is to test the intra-thecal formulation of baclofen (used for children with cerebal palsey) in a escalating IV dosing study in the dogs.
     
  • Statistical Support for Comparative Genetics and Genomics UMN Associate Dean for Research, Signature Program Funding
    Principal Investigator, 1% FTE, $60,000, 09/01/2009 – 6/30/2011
    This funding is to support a 40% statistician position for 2 years to help with comparative genetics research of 7 internal CVM investigators.
     
  • Heritability of calcium oxalate urolithiasis in Miniature Schnauzers
    AKC Canine Health Foundation
    Principal Investigator 1% FTE, $12,960, 09/01/2009 – 02/28/2011
    This grant supports Eva Furrow’s resident Masters project, and is in collaboration with Jody Lulich of the CVM’s Minnesota Urolith Center.
     
  • Genetic Basis of Sebecous Adenitis in Dogs
    AKC Canine Health Foundation
    Co-Investigator 1% FTE, $12,960, 05/01/2009 – 10/30/2010
    I am collaborating with Dermatologists at the UMN College of Veterinary Medicine for this grant.
     
  • Cooling Human Neocortical Seizure Foci
    University of Minnesota, Medical Devices Center-Grant
    Co-Investigator, 1% FTE, $16,647, 11/01/08 – 10/31/10
    This is collaboration with investigators in the medical school departments of pediatrics, neurosurgery, and neurology, and also the department of biomedical
    engineering.
     
  • SNP gene mapping for canine epilepsy.
    AKC Canine Health Foundation
    Principal Investigator 10% FTE $235,828, 04/01/2007 – 03/30/2011

Honors and Awards

  • Harvey H. Hoyt Memorial Scholarship.  Presented to the outstanding senior veterinary student based on scholarship and intent to pursue a career in teaching and research.  1996
  • Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award.  National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke.  2000 - 2006
  • Clinical Research Award  - Points of Pride Research Day.  University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.  2003
  • Neurology Abstract Research Award - 23rd Annual Forum American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.   2005
  • Named an AKC Canine Health Foundation Champion of Canine Health. 2011

 

 

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