Harry Schwark | Department of Biological Sciences

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Harry Schwark

Harry Schwark
Associate Professor
Dr. Schwark's research interests include neurobiology of the somatosensory system.

Dr. Harry Schwark teaches classes in the following subjects: Endocrinology, Histology, and Contemporary Topics in Neuroscience


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Biology, University of Illinois
  • Master of Science, Psychology, University of Illinois
  • Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Wisconsin

Selected Publications

  • Primary Cilia are Indispensable, Ubiquitous Chemosensory and Mechanosensory Organelles. Proceedings of the ICCE, (2005).
  • Adaptive properties of local circuits revealed by peripheral denervation. In: Somatosensory System: From Single Neuron to Brain Imaging (Rowe M, Iwamura Y, eds). Australia: Harwood Academic, (2004).
  • Peripheral inflammation increases phosphoinositide activity in the rat dorsal horn. Brain Res 1003: 183-187, (2004).

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