Shelby Marie Cansler
Bachelor of Arts: Berea College Berea, KY, 2016 (Psychology & Behavioral Neuroscience)
I study acute and chronic outcomes of traumatic brain injury (TBI) with a particular focus on injury to the optic/visual system. My research focuses on behvaioral and molecular mechanisms in retinal ganglion cells that produce and perpetuate the detrimental pathobiology of TBI.
08-2019 -To Present Graduate Research Student, Traumatic Brain Injury, Optic Neuropathy, Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress, University of Cincinnati, Evanson Lab
07-2017 -08-2019 Research Assistant II, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
11-2016 -06-2017 Research Assistant II, Neuropharmacology/Neurology, Stroke, Oxidative Stress, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Peer Reviewed Publications
Cansler, Shelby M; Evanson, Nathan K (2020. ) More InformationJournal of neuroscience research, , 98 (3 ) ,571-574
Guilhaume-Correa, Fernanda; Cansler, Shelby M; Shalosky, Emily M; Goodman, Michael D; Evanson, Nathan K (2020. ) More InformationJournal of neuroscience research, , 98 (3 ) ,557-570
Burke, Emma G; Cansler, Shelby M; Evanson, Nathan K (2018. ) More InformationNeural regeneration research, , 14 (4 ) ,593-594
Hetzer, S.M., Guilhaume-Correa, F., Day, D., Bedolla, A., & Evanson, N.K. (2021. ) More InformationCells, , 10 ,
Hetzer, S.M., Shalosky, E. M., Torrens, J., & Evanson, N.K. Chronic histological outcomes of indirect traumatic optic neuropathy: Persistent degeneration and temporally regulated glial responses. .
McGuire, J., Hetzer, S.M, Qu’d, Casagrande, Dobroszi, Burge, Biguma, Bohnert, & Evanson, N.K. Early measures of TBI severity fail to predict later cognitive impairment in a rat fluid percussion model.