Fred Colbourne, PhD

Professor, Faculty of Science - Psychology Science

Contact

Professor, Faculty of Science - Psychology Science
Email
frederick.colbourne@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-7142
Address
P-428 Bio Science - Psychology Wing
11355 - Saskatchewan Drive
Edmonton AB
T6G 2E9

Overview

Research
My students and I study the ischemic and hemorrhagic brain injuries that results from stroke and related conditions. We seek to reduce cell death through the use of neuroprotective therapies (e.g., hypothermia and various drugs). As well, we strive to augment brain plasticity and further improve behavioral recovery (e.g., various rehabilitation therapies). We use animal models and a wide array of research techniques and tools to better understand the pathophysiology of these brain injuries, and to comprehensively test potential therapies in our pre-clinical studies.



Courses

PSYCO 403 - Recent Advances in Experimental Psychology: Models and Theories

Discussion of advanced concepts and theories developed by selected fields within experimental psychology. The course will examine the relation between theory and data in these fields. Prerequisites: STAT 141 or 151 or SCI 151 and a 300-level PSYCO course. Students must check with the Department for the topics for the year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]

Winter Term 2021
PSYCO 505 - Conference Course in Psychology

[Faculty of Science]

Winter Term 2021

Publications

Prolonged Blood-Brain Barrier Injury Occurs After Experimental Intracerebral Hemorrhage and Is Not Acutely Associated with Additional Bleeding
Author(s): Nadeau, C., Dietrich, K., Wilkinson, C., Crawford, A., George, G., Nichol, H. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Translational Stroke Research

Acetazolamide mitigates intracranial pressure spikes without affecting functional outcome after experimental hemorrhagic stroke
Author(s): Williamson, M. R., Wilkinson, C. M., Dietrich, K. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Translational Stroke Research

Mild contralesional hypothermia reduces use of the unimpaired limb in a skilled reaching task after motor cortex injury in rat.
Author(s): Klahr, A.C., Fagan, K., Aziz, J.R., John, R. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management
Volume: 8

Hyperoxia enhances slow-wave forebrain states in urethane anesthetized and naturally sleeping rats
Author(s): Hauer, B. Negash, B., Chan, K., Vuong, W., Colbourne, F., Pagliardini, S, and Dickson, C.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Journal of Neurophysiology

N-acetylcysteine blocks ALOX5-induced ferroptosis and synergizes with PGE2 to treat brain hemorrhage
Author(s): Karuppagounder, S. S., Alin, L., Chen, Y., Brand, D. Bourassa, M. W., Dietrich, K., Wilkinson, C., Nadeau, C. A., Perry, S., Pinto, J., Darley-Usmar, V., Sanchez, S., Milne, G. L., Pratico, D., Holman, T. R., Colbourne, F. and Ratan, R. R.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Annals of Neurology

Temperature control in rodent neuroprotection studies: methods and challenges.
Author(s): Klahr, A., Nadeau, C. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Temperature Control in Rodent Neuroprotection Studies: Methods and Challenges
Volume: 7

Rehabilitation augments hematoma clearance and attenuates oxidative injury and ion dyshomeostasis after brain hemorrhage.
Author(s): Williamson, M.J., Dietrich, K., Hackett, M.J., Caine, S., Nadeau, C., Aziz, J., Nichol, H., Paterson, P.G., and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 48

Examining potential side effects of therapeutic hypothermia in experimental intracerebral hemorrhage.
Author(s): Wowk, S., Fagan, K., Ma, Y., Nichol, H. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 37

Evidence for decreased brain parenchymal volume after large intracerebral hemorrhages: a potential mechanism limiting intracranial pressure rises.
Author(s): Williamson, M.R. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Translational Stroke Research
Volume: 8

Delayed localized hypothermia reduces intracranial pressure following collagenase-inducedintracerebral hemorrhage in rat
Author(s): John, R. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1633

Prolonged Localized Mild Hypothermia Does Not Affect Seizure Activity After Intracerebral Hemorrhage in Rats
Author(s): Klahr, A., Dietrich, K., Dickson, C. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management
Volume: 6

Altered excitatory-inhibitory balance within somatosensory cortex is associated with enhanced plasticity and pain sensitivity in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis
Author(s): Potter, L., Paylor, J., Suh, J., Tenorio, G., Caliaperumal, I., Colbourne, F., Baker, G., Winship, I. and Kerr, B.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Journal of Neuroinflammation
Volume: 13

Therapeutic targeting of oxygen-sensing prolyl-hydroxylase domain enzymes abrogates atf4-dependent death and improves outcomes from brain hemorrhage.
Author(s): Karuppagounder, S.S., Alim, I., Khim S.J., Bourassa, M.W., Sleiman, S.F., John, R.F., Thinnes, C.C., Yeh, T.-L., Demetriades, M., Neitemeier, S., Cruz, D., Gazaryan, I., Killilea, D., Morgenstern, L., Xi, G.H., Keep, R.F., Schallert, T., Tappero, R.V., Zhong, J., Cho, S., Maxfield, F.R., Holman, T.R., Culmsee, C., Fong, G.H., Cave, J., Schofield, C.J., Colbourne, F., Coppola, G., Ratan, R.R
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Science Translation Medicine
Volume: 8

Therapeutic hypothermia fails to mitigate iron-induced injury in rat
Author(s): Wowk, S., Ma, Y. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management.
Volume: 6

Seizure activity occurs in the collagenase but not the blood infusion model of striatal hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): Klahr, A., Dickson, C. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2015
Publication: Translational Stroke Research
Volume: 6

Localized hypothermia aggravates bleeding in the collagenase model of intracerebral hemorrhage.
Author(s): John, R., Williamson, M., Dietrich, K. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2014
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management

Mild hypothermia does not reduce thrombin-induced brain injury.
Author(s): Wowk, S., Ma, Y. and Colbourne F.
Publication Date: 2014
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management
Volume: 4

Unilateral brain hypothermia as a method to examine efficacy and mechanisms of neuroprotection against global ischemia.
Author(s): Silasi, G. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2011
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management
Volume: 1

Transient global cerebral ischemia produces morphologically necrotic, not apoptotic neurons.
Author(s): Colbourne, F. and Auer, R.
Publication Date: 2010

Cytoprotection strategies for experimental intracerebral hemorrhage (Ch 19).
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Peeling, J., and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2009

17ß-Estradiol pretreatment reduces CA1 sector cell death and the spontaneous hyperthermia that follows forebrain ischemia in gerbil.
Author(s): Plahta, W. C., Clark, D. L. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2004
Publication: Neuroscience
Volume: 129

Postischemic Hypothermia Provides Long-Term Neuroprotection in Rodents
Author(s): Colbourne, F. and Corbett, D.
Publication Date: 2004

Effects of delayed cooling on a striatal hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Shuaib, A. and Colbourne, F.
Publication Date: 2004
Page Numbers: 279-284

No morphological evidence of apoptosis following mild to severe episodes of 4-VO ischemia in rats.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Li, H. and Buchan A.
Publication Date: 1999
Page Numbers: 69-74

Temperature modulation of ischemic maturation phenomenon.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Auer, R. N. and Corbett, D.
Publication Date: 1997
Page Numbers: 183-188

Effects of d-amphetamine on the recovery of function following cerebral ischemic injury.
Author(s): Colbourne, F. and Corbett, D.
Publication: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior
Volume: 42

Spontaneous postischemic hyperthermia is not required for severe CA1 ischemic damage in gerbils.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Nurse, S. M. and Corbett, D.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 623

Temperature changes associated with forebrain ischemia in the gerbil.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Nurse, S. M. and Corbett, D.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 602

Delayed and prolonged postischemic hypothermia is neuroprotective in the gerbil.
Author(s): Colbourne, F. and Corbett, D.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 654

Delayed postischemic hypothermia: a six month survival study using behavioral and histological assessments of neuroprotection.
Author(s): Colbourne, F. and Corbett, D.
Publication: Journal of Neuroscience
Volume: 15

An automated system for regulating brain temperature in awake and freely-moving rodents.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Sutherland, G. and Auer R. N.
Publication: Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Volume: 67

Hypothermic neuroprotection: a global ischemia study using 18-20 month old gerbils.
Author(s): Corbett, D., Nurse, S.M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 28

Colbourne, F., Sutherland, G. and Corbett, D.
Author(s): Postischemic hypothermia: a critical appraisal with implications for clinical treatment.
Publication: Molecular Neurobiology
Volume: 14

Characterization of postischemic behavioral deficits in gerbils with and without hypothermic neuroprotection.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Auer, R.N. and Sutherland G.R.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 803

Behavioral testing does not exacerbate ischemic CA1 damage in gerbils
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Auer, R.N. and Sutherland G.R.
Publication: 29
Volume: Stroke

Electron microscopic evidence against apoptosis as the mechanism of neuronal death in global ischemia.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Sutherland, G.R. and Auer, R.N.
Publication: Journal of Neuroscience
Volume: 19

Continuing postischemic neuronal death in CA1 - influence of ischemia duration, and cytoprotective doses of NBQX and SNX-111
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Li, H. and Buchan A.M.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 30

Indefatigable CA1 sector neuroprotection with mild hypothermia induced 6 hours after severe forebrain ischemia in rats.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Li, H. and Buchan A.M. Indefatigable
Publication: Journal of Cerebral
Volume: 19

The effects of temperature and scopolamine on N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonist-induced neuronal necrosis in the rat.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Rakic, D. and Auer, R.N.
Publication: Neuroscience
Volume: 90

Hypothermia: depression of TCA cycle flux and evidence for pentose phosphate shunt upregulation
Author(s): Kaibara, T., Sutherland, G.R., Colbourne, F. and Tyson, R.
Publication: Journal of Neurosurgery
Volume: 90

Prolonged but delayed postischemic hypothermia: a long-term outcome study in the rat middle cerebral artery occlusion model.
Author(s): Colbourne, F., Corbett D., Zhao, Z., Yang, J. and Buchan A.M.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 20

Persistent neuroprotection with prolonged postischemic hypothermia in adult rats subjected to transient middle cerebral artery occlusion.
Author(s): Corbett, D., Hamilton, M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 163

Caspase inhibitors reduce ischemic injury following focal but not global cerebral ischemia in rats.
Author(s): Li, H., Colbourne, F., Sun P., Zhao Z.H. and Buchan A.M.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 31

Electrophysiological properties of CA1 neurons protected by postischemic hypothermia.
Author(s): Dong, H., Moody-Corbett, F., Colbourne, F., Pittman, Q., and Corbett, D.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 32

Failure of delayed and prolonged hypothermia to favorably affect hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C., Shuaib, A. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 958

Incomplete assessment of experimental cytoprotectants in rodent ischemia studies.
Author(s): DeBow, S., Clark, D., MacLellan, C. L. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences
Volume: 30

Stress induced fever after postischemic rectal temperature measurements in the gerbil.
Author(s): Clark, D., DeBow, S., Iseke, M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
Volume: 80

Brain temperature measurement and regulation in awake and freely moving rodents.
Author(s): DeBow S. and Colbourne F.
Publication: Methods
Volume: 30

Constraint-induced movement therapy and rehabilitation exercises lessen motor deficits and the volume of brain injury following striatal hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): DeBow, S., Davies, M., Clarke, H., Colbourne, F.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 24

Hypothermia rescues hippocampal CA1 neurons and attenuates downregulation of the AMPA receptor subunit GluR2 after forebrain ischemia.
Author(s): Colbourne, F. Grooms, S.Y., Zukin, R.S., Buchan A.M. and Bennett M.V.L.
Publication: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.A.)
Volume: 100(5)

A robust, efficient and flexible method for staining myelinated axons in immersion-fixed brain.
Author(s): Wahlsten, D., Colbourne, F. and Pleus, R.
Publication: Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Volume: 123

Delayed transient ischemic attacks kill some CA1 neurons previously salvaged with postischemic hypothermia: neuroprotection undone.
Author(s): DeBow, S., Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 959

Postischemic diazepam does not reduce hippocampal CA1 injury and does not improve hypothermic neuroprotection
Author(s): Davies, L., MacLellan, C., Corbett, D. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1013

Temperature-regulated model of focal ischemia in the mouse: a study with histopathological and behavioral outcomes.
Author(s): Barber, P. A., Hoyte, L., Colbourne, F. and Buchan, A. M.
Publication: Stroke

Immediate constraint-induced movement therapy causes hyperthermia that exacerbates cerebral cortical injury in rats.
Author(s): DeBow, S., McKenna, J., Kolb, B. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology

Delayed onset of prolonged hypothermia improves outcome after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Girgis, J. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 24

ncreased behavioral and histological variability arising from changes in cerebrovascular anatomy of the Mongolian gerbil.
Author(s): Laidley, D. T., Colbourne, F. and Corbett, D.
Publication: Current Neurovascular Research
Volume: 2

Combined use of a cytoprotectant and rehabilitation therapy after severe intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Grams, J., Adams, K. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1063

Mild to moderate hyperthermia does not worsen outcome after severe intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 25

17ß-Estradiol pretreatment reduces bleeding and brain injury after intracerebral hemorrhagic stroke in male rats.
Author(s): Auriat, A., Plahta, W. C., McGie, S., Yan, R. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 25

killed reaching impairments follow intrastriatal hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C., Gyawali, S. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Behavioral Brain Research
Volume: 175

Forced exercise does not improve recovery after hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): Auriat, A., Grams, J., Yan, R. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1109

The influence of hypothermia on outcome after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Davies, L., Fingas, M. and Colbourne F.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 37

Gauging recovery after hemorrhagic stroke in rats: implications for cytoprotection studies.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Auriat, A., McGie, S., Yan, R., Huynh, H, De Butte, M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 26

Temperature changes associated with 2-VO ischemia in rats.
Author(s): Clark, D., De Butte-Smith, M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
Volume: 85

The effects of selective brain hypothermia on intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): Fingas, M., Clark, D. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 208

Failure of estradiol to ameliorate global ischemia-induced CA1 injury in middle-aged female gerbils.
Author(s): De Butte-Smith, M., Nguyen, A., Zukin, R.S., Etgen, A.M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1153

A simple method to induce focal brain hypothermia in rats.
Author(s): Clark, D. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 27

Progressive injury after collagenase-induced intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): Nguyen, A., Huynh, H., Sjovold, S. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Current Neurovascular Research
Volume: 5

Comparison of 12, 24 and 48 hours of systemic hypothermia on outcome after permanent focal ischemia in rat.
Author(s): Clark, D., Penner, M., Orellana-Jordan, I. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 212

Failure of estradiol to improve spontaneous or rehabilitation-facilitated recovery after hemorrhagic stroke in rats.
Author(s): Nguyen, A., Arvanitidis, A. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1193

Influence of amphetamine on recovery after hemorrhagic stroke in rat.
Author(s): Auriat, A. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Behavioral Brain Research
Volume: 186

Intracerebral hemorrhage models in rat: comparing collagenase to blood infusion.
Author(s): MacLellan, C., Silasi, G., Poon, C. L., Edmundson, C., Buist, R., Peeling, J. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 28
Issue: 28

Treatments (12 and 48 h) with systemic and brain-selective hypothermia techniques after permanent focal cerebral ischemia in rat.
Author(s): Clark, D., Penner, M., Wowk, S., Orellana-Jordan, I. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 220

Treatment of intracerebral hemorrhage in rats with 12 h, 3 days and 6 days of selective brain hypothermia.
Author(s): Fingas, M., Penner, M., Silasi, G. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 219

Use of telemetry blood pressure transmitters to measure intracranial pressure (ICP) in freely moving rats.
Author(s): Silasi, G., MacLellan, C. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Current Neurovascular Research
Volume: 6

A high fat diet does not exacerbate CA1 injury and cognitive deficits following global ischemia in rats.
Author(s): Arvanitidis, A., Corbett, D. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1252

Delayed rehabilitation lessens brain injury and improves recovery after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): Auriat, A. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1251

Long-term assessment of motor and cognitive behaviors in the intraluminal perforation model of subarachnoid hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): Silasi, G. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Behavioral Brain Research
Volume: 198

Use of prolonged hypothermia to treat ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Clark, D. L., Silasi, G and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Neurotrauma
Volume: 26

Rodent models of intracerebral hemorrhage.
Author(s): MacLellan, C., Silasi, G., Auriat, A. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Stroke
Volume: 41[suppl 1]

Secondary damage in the spinal cord following motor cortex injury in rats.
Author(s): Weishaupt, N., Silasi, G., Colbourne, F. and Fouad, K.
Publication: Journal of Neurotrauma
Volume: 27

Rehabilitation after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats improves recovery with enhanced dendritic complexity but no effect on cell proliferation.
Author(s): Auriat, A., Wowk, S. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Behavioral Brain Research
Volume: 214

Failure of deferoxamine, an iron chelator, to improve outcome after collagenase-induced intracerebral hemorrhage in rats.
Author(s): Warkentin, L., Auriat, A., Wowk, S. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Brain Research
Volume: 1309

Therapeutic hypothermia influences cell genesis and survival in the rat hippocampus following global ischemia.
Author(s): Silasi, G. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 31

Rehabilitation promotes recovery after whole-blood induced intracerebral hemorrhage in rats
Author(s): MacLellan, C. L., Plummer, N., Silasi, G., Auriat, A.M. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair
Volume: 25

Brief hyperthermia does not worsen outcome after striatal hemorrhage in rats
Author(s): Penner, M., Silasi, G., Wowk, S, Warkentin, L., Colbourne, F.
Publication: Current Neurovascular Research
Volume: 8

Protein energy malnutrition alters thermoregulatory homeostasis and the response to brain ischemia
Author(s): Smith, S.E., Prosser-Loose, E.J., Colbourne, F. and Paterson, P.G.
Publication: Current Neurovascular Research
Volume: 8

Intraparenchymal ferrous iron infusion causes neuronal atrophy, cell death and progressive tissue loss: implications for intracerebral hemorrhage
Author(s): Caliaperumal, J., Ma, Y. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 15

Prolonged Hypothermia in Rat: A Safety Study Using Brain-Selective and Systemic Treatments
Author(s): Auriat, A., Klahr, A., Silasi, G., MacLellan, C., Penner, M., Clark, D. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management
Volume: 2

Prolonged therapeutic hypothermia does not adversely impact neuroplasticity after global ischemia in rats
Author(s): Silasi, G., Klahr, A., Hackett, M., Auriat, A., Nichol, H. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 32

A critical appraisal of experimental intracerebral hemorrhage research
Author(s): MacLellan, C., Paquette, R. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Volume: 32

Ferric iron chelation lowers brain iron levels after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats but does not improve outcome
Author(s): Auriat, A., Silasi, G., Wei, Z., Paquette, R., Paterson, P., Nichol, H. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 234

Bipyridine, an iron chelator, does not lessen intracerebral iron-induced damage or improve outcome after intracerebral hemorrhagic stroke in rats
Author(s): Caliaperumal, J., Wowk, S., Jones, S., Ma, Y. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Translational Stroke Research
Volume: 4

Thrombin causes neuronal atrophy and acute but not chronic cell death.
Author(s): Caliaperumal, J., Brodie, S., Ma, Y. and Colbourne, F.

Intracranial pressure measured in freely moving rats for days after intracerebral hemorrhage
Author(s): Hiploylee, C. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Experimental Neurology
Volume: 255

Rehabilitation improves behavioral recovery and lessens cell death without affecting iron, ferritin, transferrin or inflammation after intracerebral hemorrhage in rats
Author(s): Caliaperumal, J. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair
Volume: 28

A New Method To Image Heme-Fe, Total Fe, and Aggregated Protein Levels after Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Author(s): Hackett, M., DeSouza, M., Caine, S., Bewer, B.,Nichol, H., Paterson, P. and Colbourne, F.
Publication: ACS Chemical Neuroscience