Joel H. Greenberg, Ph.D.
Research Professor of Neurology
Dr. Greenberg's research interests include mechanisms of cerebral blood flow control, metabolic and ionic alterations during cerebral ischemia, and techniques for neuroprotection following stroke. He is examining the hemodynamic and metabolic response to functional activation, and also studying mechanisms of functional reorganization following stroke. Dr. Greenberg is a Past-President of the Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, and presently is on the editorial board of the Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism.
Cerebral ischemia, neurovascular coupling, optical imaging, emission tomography, functional reorganization
Recent representative publications:
Zhou C, Shimazu T, Durduran T, Luckl J, Kimberg DY, Yu G, Chen X-H, Detre JA, Yodh G, Greenberg JH: Acute functional recovery of cerebral blood flow following forebrain ischemia in the rat. J Cereb Blood Flow Metabol 28:1275-1284, 2008.
Durduran T, Zhou C, Edlow BL, Yu G, Choe R, Kim MN, Cucchiara BL, Putt ME, Shah Q, Kasner SE, Greenberg JH, Yodh AG, Detre JA: Transcranial optical monitoring of cerebrovascular hemodynamics in acute stroke patients. Opt Express 17:3884-3902, 2009.
Luckl J, Baker W, Sun ZH, Durduran T, Yodh AG, Greenberg J.: The biological effect of contralateral forepaw stimulation in rat focal cerebral ischemia: a multispectral optical imaging study. Front Neuroenergetics 2: pii 19, 2010 Jul 30.
Email address: Joel@mail.med.upenn.edu
Phone number: 215-662-6351