DAVID A HUTCHESON portrait
  • Adjunct Instructor, Sod - Education
  • Research Assistant Professor, Neurobiology Labs
801-581-4529

Research Keywords

  • Developmental Biology
  • Developmental Neurobiology
  • Neurosciences
  • Neuroanatomy

Presentations

  • "Genetic tools for study of the hypothalamus and thyroid in Zebrafish". , , 2016.
  • "Use of Prosections in a Newly Developed Dental Specific Gross Anatomy Lab". , , 2016.
  • Hutcheson, DA. "Development of a new prosection based dental gross anatomy lab" AACA regional meeting. , , 2015.
  • Hutcheson DA, Zhou J, Merrill A, Haldar M, Kardon G. B-Catenin has Multiple Cell-Autonomous Roles in Embryonic and Fetal Axial and Limb Myogenesis. Poster session presented at Society for Muscle Biology. Poster, Presented, 2009.
  • Hutcheson DA, Kardon G. Role of Wnt/b-catenin signaling in limb myogenesis. Poster session presented at Wnt Signaling in Development and Disease. Poster, Presented, 2007.
  • Hutcheson DA, Nadean Brown N, Vetter ML. Use of Transgenic Xenopus embryos to identify critical regulatory regions in the Xath5 promoter. Poster session presented at Society for Developmental Biology Annual Meeting. Poster, Presented, 2003.
  • Hutcheson DA, Brown N, Vetter ML. Use of Transgenic Xenopus embryos to identify critical regulatory regions in the Xath5 promoter. Poster session presented at Gordon Research Conference, Visual System Development. Poster, Presented, 2002.
  • Hutcheson DA, Vetter ML. Use of Transgenic Xenopus embryos to analyze the Xath5 promoter. Poster session presented at Society for Developmental Biology Annual Meeting. Poster, Presented, 2001.
  • Hutcheson DA, Vetter ML. Expression of the Xenopus POU homeodomain factor XBrn3N can be regulated by the bHLH factors Xath5 and NeuroD. Poster session presented at Keystone Symposium, Genetic Basis of Brain Development and Dysfunction. Poster, Presented, 2000.

Languages

  • English, Fluent.

Publications

  • Alexander MD, Hutcheson D, Lawton M (date unknown). Neurovascular Venous Anatomy: Brain, Head, and Neck. (pp. 23-32). Vol. 176, Elsevier.. Accepted, .
  • Alexander MD, Hutcheson D, Lawton M (date unknown). Neurovascular Arterial Anatomy: Brain, Head, and Neck. (pp. 1-22). Vol. 176, Elsevier.. Accepted, .
  • Hutcheson DA, Vetter ML (date unknown). Transgenic approaches to retinal development and function in Xenopus laevis. Vol. 28, 402-10. Accepted, .
  • Hutcheson DA, Xie Y, Figueroa P, Dorsky RI (date unknown). A transgene targeted to the zebrafish nkx2.4b locus drives specific green fluorescent protein expression and disrupts thyroid development. Vol. 249, 1387-1393. Accepted, .
  • Murphy MM, Lawson JA, Mathew SJ, Hutcheson DA, Kardon G (date unknown). Satellite cells, connective tissue fibroblasts and their interactions are crucial for muscle regeneration. Vol. 138, 3625-37. Accepted, .
  • Etard C, Behra M, Fischer N, Hutcheson D, Geisler R, Strahle U (date unknown). The UCS factor Steif/Unc-45b interacts with the heat shock protein Hsp90a during myofibrillogenesis. Vol. 308, 133-43. Accepted, .
  • Aldiri I, Moore KB, Hutcheson DA, Zhang J, Vetter ML (date unknown). Polycomb repressive complex PRC2 regulates Xenopus retina development downstream of Wnt/β-catenin signaling. Vol. 140, 2867-78. Accepted, .
  • Otsuna H, Hutcheson DA, Duncan RN, McPherson AD, Scoresby AN, Gaynes BF, Tong Z, Fujimoto E, Kwan KM, Chien CB, Dorsky RI (date unknown). High-resolution analysis of central nervous system expression patterns in zebrafish Gal4 enhancer-trap lines. Vol. 244, 785-96. Accepted, .
  • Hutcheson DA, Zhao J, Merrell A, Haldar M, Kardon G (date unknown). Embryonic and fetal limb myogenic cells are derived from developmentally distinct progenitors and have different requirements for beta-catenin. Vol. 23, 997-1013. Accepted, .
  • Hutcheson DA, Vetter ML (date unknown). The bHLH factors Xath5 and XNeuroD can upregulate the expression of XBrn3d, a POU-homeodomain transcription factor. Vol. 232, 327-38. Accepted, .
  • Willardsen M, Hutcheson DA, Moore KB, Vetter ML (date unknown). The ETS transcription factor Etv1 mediates FGF signaling to initiate proneural gene expression during Xenopus laevis retinal development. Vol. 131, 57-67. Accepted, .
  • Hutcheson DA, Hanson MI, Moore KB, Le TT, Brown NL, Vetter ML (date unknown). bHLH-dependent and -independent modes of Ath5 gene regulation during retinal development. Vol. 132, 829-39. Accepted, .
  • Mathew SJ, Hansen JM, Merrell AJ, Murphy MM, Lawson JA, Hutcheson DA, Hansen MS, Angus-Hill M, Kardon G (date unknown). Connective tissue fibroblasts and Tcf4 regulate myogenesis. Vol. 138, 371-84. Accepted, .
  • Hutcheson DA, Kardon G (date unknown). Genetic manipulations reveal dynamic cell and gene functions: Cre-ating a new view of myogenesis. Vol. 8, 3675-8. Accepted, .