Eric Press Ph.D. student Avian visual neuroethology Optic flow processing during natural locomotion Email email@example.com Website http://altshuler.zoology.ubc.ca/ Research area Comparative Physiology Supervisor D. Altshuler History MSc: 2016 - Physiology and Pharmacology - Western University BMSc: 2014 - Physiology - Western University Publications Mutant Cx30-A88V mice exhibit hydrocephaly and sex-dependent behavioral abnormalities, implicating a functional role for Cx30 in the brain Press et al. 2017 - Induction of cell death and gain-of-function properties of connexin26 mutants predicts the severity of skin disorders and hearing loss. Journal of Biological Chemistry. Press et al. 2017 - Disease-linked connexin26 S17F promotes volar skin abnormalities and mild wound healing defects in mice. Cell Death and Disease.