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Department of

Neuroscience Graduate Program

Photo of  Steven Crone, PhD

Steven Crone, PhD

Research Assistant Professor

Contact Information
  • Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center
  • 3333 Burnett Ave
  • MLC 7007, S3.421
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
  • Office (513) 803-9275
  • Email steven.crone@cchmc.org

Peer Reviewed Publications

Jensen, Victoria N; Alilain, Warren J; Crone, Steven A 2019. Role of Propriospinal Neurons in Control of Respiratory Muscles and Recovery of Breathing Following Injury. Frontiers in systems neuroscience, 13 , 84

Jensen, Victoria N; Seedle, Kari; Turner, Sarah M; Lorenz, John N; Crone, Steven A 2019. V2a neurons constrain extradiaphragmatic respiratory muscle activity at rest. eNeuro, ,

Ueno, Masaki; Nakamura, Yuka; Li, Jie; Gu, Zirong; Niehaus, Jesse; Maezawa, Mari; Crone, Steven A; Goulding, Martyn; Baccei, Mark L; Yoshida, Yutaka 2018. Corticospinal Circuits from the Sensory and Motor Cortices Differentially Regulate Skilled Movements through Distinct Spinal Interneurons. Cell reports, 23 5, 1286-1300.e7

Jensen, Victoria N; Romer, Shannon H; Turner, Sarah M; Crone, Steven A 2017. Repeated Measurement of Respiratory Muscle Activity and Ventilation in Mouse Models of Neuromuscular Disease. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE, 122,

Romer, Shannon H; Seedle, Kari; Turner, Sarah M; Li, Jie; Baccei, Mark L; Crone, Steven A 2017. Accessory respiratory muscles enhance ventilation in ALS model mice and are activated by excitatory V2a neurons. Experimental neurology, 287 Pt 2, 192-204