Selected publications

  1. Hellevik, A. M., Mardoum, P., Hahn, J., Kölsch, Y., D’orazi, F. D., Suzuki, S. C., Godinho, L., Lawrence, O., Rieke, F., Shekhar, K., Sanes, J. R., Baier, H., Baden, T., Wong, R. O. and Yoshimatsu, T. (2024). Ancient origin of the rod bipolar cell pathway in the vertebrate retina. Nature Ecology & Evolution.
  2. Isah, M.B., Muhammad, Z., Lawan, M.M., Alkhamis, A.I., Goni, B.W., Oakley, S.S., Marshall, K., Hartig, R., Raouf, I.S.-A., Yoshimatsu, T., Chagas, A.M. and Maina, M.B., 2024. Setting up a state-of-the-art laboratory in resource limited settings: A case study of the biomedical science research and training centrein Northeast Nigeria. European Journal of Neuroscience, pp.1-15.
  3. Maina, M., 2023. Promoting global equality in neuroscience: BioRTCThe Lancet Neurology22(10), p.886.
  4. Muhammad, Z., Brown, P.W., Babazau, L., Alkhamis, A.I., Goni, B.W., Nggada, H.A., Mbaya, K.M., Wray, S., Marte, I.H., Karch, C. and Serpell, L., 2023. Generation of an induced pluripotent stem cell line from a healthy adult indigenous Nigerian participantbioRxiv, pp.2023-07.
  5. Donald, K.A., Maina, M., Patel, N., Nguemeni, C., Mohammed, W., Abubakar, A., Brown, M., Stoyanova, R., Welchman, A., Walker, N. and Willett, A., 2022. Science Forum: What is next in African neuroscience?eLife11, p.e80488.
  6. Folarin, R.O., Maina, M.B., Akinbo, A.K., Runsewe-Abiodun, T.I., Ogundahunsi, O.A., Adedeji, A.A. and Maia Chagas, A., 2022. Bypassing shortages of personal protective equipment in low-income settings using local production and open source toolsPLoS Biology20(5), p.e3001658.
  7. Maina, M.B., Ahmad, U., Ibrahim, H.A. et al. Two decades of neuroscience publication trends in Africa. Nature Communications 12, 3429 (2021).
  8. Maina, M.B., Mohammed, Y.G., Bukar, A.M., Ahmad, U., Tijjani Salihu, A., Ibrahim, H.A., Abdurrazak, M., Hamidu, S.K., Yaro, A.U., Awadelkareem, M.A. and Nasr, F.E., 2019. African neuroscience on the global stage: Nigeria as a model. European Journal of Neuroscience49(12), pp.1544-1551.