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Dr. Stacy Weber Phd

5000 W National Ave
Milwaukee WI 53295
414 842-2000
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
Participates In eRX: No
Participates In PQRS: No
Participates In EHR: No
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NPI: 1831591098
Taxonomy Codes:
103T00000X

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Inborn errors of metabolism: psychosocial challenges and proposed family systems model of intervention. - Molecular genetics and metabolism
Inborn errors of metabolism result in psychosocial crises that challenge individual and familial modes of functioning across the life cycle. Increased stress, mood disorders, interpersonal challenges, decreased quality of life, and grief reactions are all common for patients and their families. To effectively care for these patients, a holistic approach to their care, which incorporates their social context, is essential. Patients and their families need support as they focus on immediate practical demands, grieve over illness-related losses, and reorient future expectations. A family systems based model provides a flexible and individualized approach to care that allows for optimal psychosocial adjustment throughout the disease process.
Gap junctional coupling in the olfactory organ of zebrafish embryos. - Brain research. Developmental brain research
Intercellular communication through gap junctions is vital for many developmental processes, including cell division and synaptogenesis. This study is the first demonstration that olfactory organ cells are functionally coupled by gap junctions. Cell coupling was examined during development in the olfactory organ using gap junction permeable dyes in live zebrafish embryos. At 1 day post-fertilization (dpf), cells of the olfactory organ were not coupled by gap junctions. At 2 and 3 dpf, olfactory organ cells passed dye from one cell to another, indicating functional coupling via gap junctions. Coupled cell cohorts included combinations of all three olfactory cell types: basal cells, support cells, and olfactory receptor cells. As the olfactory organ matured, the number of cells per coupled cell cohort increased. Gap junctional coupling corresponded with maturation of the olfactory organ and indicates that functional gap junctions may be involved in proper development of the olfactory organ.

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