L. Dailey Nettles, BS
Graduate student, Neuroscience
Dailey is a Neuroscience PhD Candidate at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus studying the role of myelin in motor cortex circuit function. She received her BS in Neuroscience from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she trained in the lab of Gwendalyn King, PhD. She is co-mentored by Cristin Welle, PhD and Ethan Hughes, PhD. Using a mouse model of Multiple Sclerosis, she implements chronic and acute in vivo extracellular recording arrays to quantify changes to M1 neuronal activity, and 3D kinematic analysis to evaluate alterations in skilled reach performance. Outside of lab, Dailey enjoys scientific outreach, knitting, quilting, competitive baking, and spending time with her husband Alex, son Paul, and dog Lorelai. She is currently exploring postdoctoral research opportunities.
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
PhD Candidate, Neuroscience Graduate Program. 2016-present
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience, Cum Laude 2012-2016
Dailey Nettles, Gustavo Della Flora Nunes, Kim G. Gagnon, Ryan Williamson, Daniel Denman, Ethan G. Hughes, Cristin G. Welle. Myelin loss disrupts the neural representation of dexterous reaching in primary motor cortex. In preparation
Dailey Nettles, Ryan Williamson, Spencer Bowles, Ethan Hughes, Cristin Welle. Head fixed skilled dexterous reach training for in vivo extracellular recordings of primary motor cortex. In preparation
Closed-loop automated reaching apparatus (CLARA) for interrogating motor systems. S Bowles, WR Williamson, D Nettles, J Hickman, CG Welle. 2021
Fluid Jet Stimulation of Auditory Hair Bundles Reveal Spatial Non-uniformities and Two Viscoelastic-Like Mechanisms. Anthony W. Peng1*, Alexandra L. Scharr2,3, Giusy A. Caprara1, Dailey Nettles4, Charles R. Steele2,5 and Anthony J. Ricci2,6. Frontiers in Cell & Developmental Biology, 2021.
Motor learning promotes remyelination via new and surviving oligodendrocytes. Clara M. Bacmeister, Helena J. Barr, Crystal R. McClain, Michael A. Thornton, Dailey Nettles, Cristin G. Welle & Ethan G. Hughes. Nature Neuroscience, 2020.
FGF-23 Deficiency Impairs Hippocampal-Dependent Cognitive Function. Ann M. Laszczyk,1 Dailey Nettles,1 Tate A. Pollock,1 Stephanie Fox,1 Melissa L. Garcia,1 Jing Wang,1 L. Darryl Quarles, 2 and Gwendalyn D. King. ENeuro, 2019.
Klotho regulates postnatal neurogenesis and protects against age-related spatial memory loss. M.Laszczyk, StephanieFox-Quick, Hai T.Vo, Dailey Nettles, Phyllis C.Pugh, Linda Overstreet-Wadiche, Gwendalyn D.King. Neurobiology of Aging, 2017.