Mica Bergman

TitleClinical Instructor of Ophthalmology (Fellow)
InstitutionUniversity of Southern California
AddressHC4 4900 1450 San Pablo Street
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033-6103
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    Mica Bergman, MD, PhD, received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University and her MD and PhD degrees from Vanderbilt University. She completed her internship in general surgery at Vanderbilt prior to joining the USC Roski Eye Institute in 2013, when she began her ophthalmology residency. Bergman’s PhD research focused on transcriptional regulatory mechanisms governing brain development. Her current research efforts are on describing anatomical relationships and optimizing surgical approaches in the periorbital region. Outside of work, she enjoys biking, rollerblading, skiing and the flying trapeze.

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    1. Bergman M, Nallasamy S. Pediatric genetic macular and choroidal diseases. J Pediatr Genet. 2014 Dec; 3(4):243-58. PMID: 27625881; PMCID: PMC5021011.
    2. Mukamel Z, Konopka G, Wexler E, Osborn GE, Dong H, Bergman M, Levitt P, Geschwind DH. Regulation of MET by FOXP2, genes implicated in higher cognitive dysfunction and autism risk. J Neurosci. 2011 Aug 10; 31(32):11437-42. PMID: 21832174; PMCID: PMC3667610.
    3. Eagleson KL, Campbell DB, Thompson BL, Bergman M, Levitt P. The autism risk genes MET and PLAUR differentially impact cortical development. Autism Res. 2011 Feb; 4(1):68-83. PMID: 21328570; PMCID: PMC3644181.
    4. Judson MC, Bergman M, Campbell DB, Eagleson KL, Levitt P. Dynamic gene and protein expression patterns of the autism-associated met receptor tyrosine kinase in the developing mouse forebrain. J Comp Neurol. 2009 Apr 10; 513(5):511-31. PMID: 19226509; PMCID: PMC2647986.
    5. Qiu S, Korwek KM, Pratt-Davis AR, Peters M, Bergman M, Weeber EJ. Cognitive disruption and altered hippocampus synaptic function in Reelin haploinsufficient mice. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 2006 May; 85(3):228-42. PMID: 16376115.
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