Originally from Long Island, NY and currently residing in Jersey City, NJ, Dr. Kenneth studied Psychology as an undergraduate at the U. of South Carolina, received his M.S. in Biopsychology and Behavioral Neuroscience at Rutgers University, and then received his PhD in Neuroscience at UMDNJ-Newark (now part of Rutgers). His doctoral dissertation was on the effect of temporal lobe seizures on immune function and hematopoiesis. This work concentrated on the role of lateralization of limbic system structures, in particular the amygdala, in regulating TH1 and TH2 immune responses. He continued his studies as a post-doctoral fellow at Weill Medical College of Cornell University studying endogenous neuroprotection mechanisms and then at Boston University School of Medicine studying the role of the Ubiquitin Protease System in Parkinson’s disease. His areas of expertise include Neuroscience, Immune Function, Hematopoiesis, Adult Stem Cells, Stroke, and Parkinson’s Disease.
Dr. Kenneth has been a medical editor and writer for over 10 years and has been able to help numerous scientists get their work published in English language journals including Nature Neuroscience, Experimental Neurology, and Development. He has worked on manuscripts that report findings from animal, preclinical research as well as human, clinical studies. He has edited papers on the topics of neuroendocrine response to stress, recovery from stroke, metabolism, viability of mesenchymal stem cell transplants, sleep apnea, and various others. Furthermore, the scope of these papers has ranged from systemic physiology to molecular biology. This experience writing and editing a wide range of topics and disciplines enables him to easily work in fields that may fall outside his primary topics of expertise.
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