Brian Harding

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Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department of Pathology
S 34th St & Civic Center Blvd
Main Building, Suite 5NW15
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2967-426-5504
Fax: 267-426-7783
B.A. (Animal Physiology)
Worcester College, University of Oxford, 1969.
M.A. (Animal Physiology)
Worcester College, University of Oxford, 1976.
D.Phil. (Thesis: A Study of certain nuclei of the thalamus)
Dept of Anatomy University of Oxford, 1976.
B.M. B.Ch.
University of Oxford ( & St George’s Hospital Medical School London), 1976.
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Selected Publications

Barth PG, Aronica E, Fox S, Fluiter K, Weterman MA, Poretti A, Miller DC, Boltshauser E, Harding B, Santi M, Baas F: Deregulated expression of EZH2 in congenital brainstem disconnection. Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol November 25 2016 Notes: Epub ahead of print.

Harding BN, Moccia A, Drunat S, Soukarieh O, Tubeuf H, Chitty LS, Verloes A, Gressens P, El Ghouzzi V, Joriot S, Di Cunto F, Martins A, Passemard S, Bielas SL: Mutations in Citron Kinase Cause Recessive Microlissencephaly with Multinucleated Neurons. Am J Hum Genet. 99(2): 511-20, August 2016.

Harding B, Vossough A, Goldberg E, Santi M: Pontine tegmental cap dysplasia: neuropathological confirmation of a rare clinical/radiological syndrome. Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology 42(3): 301-6, April 2016.

Gmuca S, Boos MD, Treece A, Narula S, Billinghurst L, Bhatti T, Laje P, Perman MJ, Vossough A, Harding B, Burnham J, Banwell B.: Degos disease mimicking primary vasculitis of the CNS. Neurol Neuroimmunol Neuroinflamm 3(2): E206, Feb 2 2016.

Rajakulendran S, Pitceathly RD, Taanman JW, Costello H, Sweeney MG, Woodward CE, Jaunmuktane Z, Holton JL, Jacques TS, Harding BN, Fratter C9, Hanna MG, Rahman S: A Clinical, Neuropathological and Genetic Study of Homozygous A467T POLG-Related Mitochondrial Disease. PLoS One 11(1): e0145500, Jan 6 2016.

Harding BN, Moccia A, Chtty L and Bielas S: Microlissencephaly with multinucleated neurons results from failed cytokinesis due to truncating mutations in Citron kinase. Clin Neuropath 35, 2016.

Harding B, Moccia A, Chitty L, Bielas S: Truncating mutations in Citron-Kinase: a cause of micro-lissencephaly with multinucleated neurons. JNEN 75, 2016.

Skjei KL, Church EW, Harding BN, Santi M, Holland-Bouley KD, Clancy RR, Porter BE, Heuer GG, Marsh ED: Clinical and histopathological outcomes in patients with SCN1A mutations undergoing surgery for epilepsy. J Neurosurg Pediatr 16(6): 668-74, Dec 2015.

Jinks RN, Puffenberger EG, Baple E, Harding B, Crino P, Fogo AB, Wenger O, Xin B, Koehler AE, McGlincy MH, Provencher MM, Smith JD, Tran L, Al Turki S, Chioza BA11, Cross H, Harlalka GV, Hurles ME, Maroofian R, Heaps AD, Morton MC, Stempak L, Hildebrandt F, Sadowski CE, Zaritsky J, Campellone K, Morton DH, Wang H, Crosby A, Strauss KA.: Recessive nephrocerebellar syndrome on the Galloway-Mowat syndrome spectrum is caused by homozygous protein-truncating mutations of WDR73. Brain 138: 2173-90, Aug 2015.

Arthurs OJ, Thayyil S, Pauliah SS, Jacques TS, Chong WK, Gunny R, Saunders D, Addison S, Lally P, Cady E, Jones R, Norman W, Scott R, Robertson NJ, Wade A, Chitty L, Taylor AM, Sebire NJ; Magnetic Resonance Imaging Autopsy Study (MaRIAS) Collaborative Group.: Diagnostic accuracy and limitations of post-mortem MRI for neurological abnormalities in fetuses and children. Clin Radiol. 70(8): 872-80, Aug 2015.

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