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It is our pleasure to name Dr. Ashlyn Swift-Gallant the 2017 winner of The WC Young Award in Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. Ashlyn earned her undergraduate degree from Brescia University College in London Ontario where she conducted her thesis research on sex differences in emotional memory with Dr. Jennifer Sutton. Following her undergraduate training, she moved to the University of Toronto where she worked with Dr. Ashley Monks on the role of neural and non-neural androgen receptors in male-typical socio-sexual behaviors. Using transgenic mouse models, Ashlyns work established that an increase in global androgen receptors influences neural sex differences and sexually differentiated behaviors analogous to loss of AR function. Based on her work in mouse models of sexual differentiation, Ashlyn spearheaded a collaboration with Dr. Doug VanderLaan at University of Toronto to test hypotheses on sexual orientation in humans that emerged from her mouse work. Following her PhD, she moved to Michigan ...
William Caldwell ("WC") Young, a founder of behavioral neuroendocrinology, had a career spanning almost forty years. Trained with Carl Moore at The University of Chicago, Young was interested in hormonal influences on behavior, but Moore dissuaded him saying: "… the behavior of animals was utterly capricious, unordered by hormonal events, and unrelated to variables of significance to reproductive biology" (Goy, 1967). Fortunately, Young ignored Moore and while at Brown University in 1928 studied hormonal modulation of female sexual receptivity. His studies demonstrated that female guinea pig sexual receptivity varied reliably with cyclic changes in ovarian morphology (Young, Dempsey & Myers, 1935; Myers, Young & Dempsey, 1936). Subsequent classic experiments varied the timing and dosages of estrogen and progesterone given to ovariectomized females, demonstrating that female sexual receptivity required sequential estrogen and progesterone treatment (Dempsey, Hertz, & Young, 1936; Collins, et ...
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... is not your standard textbook of pituitary endocrinology. This comprehensive collection of works presents unique, interesting, and often challenging patient cases. These reports illustrate the complexities of medical decision-making, incorporating evidence-based medicine and the practice of the art of medicine, in the evaluation and management of patients with various pituitary disorders. Experts in the field present their illustrative case studies, a related state-of-the-art review of the literature on one or more relevant topics, discuss the diagnostic and/or therapeutic dilemmas, share their thought processes to reflect their medical decision-making, and review the outcomes of the decisions in their patients ...
Molecular Neuroendocrinology: From Genome to Physiology, provides researchers and students with a critical examination of the steps being taken to decipher genome complexity in the context of the expression, regulation and physiological functions of genes in neuroendocrine systems.. The 19 chapters are divided into four sectors: A) describes and explores the genome, its evolution, expression and the mechanisms that contribute to protein, and hence biological, diversity. B) discusses the mechanisms that enhance peptide and protein diversity beyond what is encoded in the genome through post-translational modification. C) considers the molecular tools that todays neuroendocrinologists can use to study the regulation and function of neuroendocrine genes within the context of the intact organism. D) presents a range of case studies that exemplify the state-of-the-art application of genomic technologies in physiological and behavioural experiments that seek to better understand complex biological ...
Microarray Data https://science.nichd.nih.gov/confluence/display/sne/Data+Sharing NGS/RNA Seq data https://snengs.nichd.nih.gov/ngs In the Section on Neuroendocrinology, led by David Klein, signal transduction in the pineal gland is studied, with primary
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Brussels, 06 Apr 2004 The European Neuroendocrine Association (ENEA), which promotes, assists and integrates neuroendocrinology in all its aspects, both basic and clinical, is organising a conference to take place in Sorrento, Italy, from 24 to April. Aimed at discussing and exploring the latest research in current neuroendocrinology, the event will examine the following subjects: ...
The syndrome of heart failure is still imperfectly understood. It is defined as effort intolerance caused by heart disease, often with a neuroendocrine response that leads to fluid retention and promotes an adverse vicious circle. The cause of this response is generally thought to be a low blood pressure, leading to adrenergic and reninangiotensin activation. The result is increased peripheral vasoconstriction, which maintains the blood pressure while punishing the already failing myocardium by demanding more work against the increased afterload. The evolution of heart failure is traced out from an initial pressure or volume overload that initiates a series of growth signals to cause myocardial growth. Why the apparently well-compensated LV should degenerate into failure is not clear, but impaired coronary flow reserve and excess angiotensin II activity with fibrosis and apoptosis all probably play a role. The collagen matrix normally limits cardiac chamber expansion so that matrix remodeling under the
Baseline Studies. Patients with depression exhibit increased hypothalamic pituitary adrenocortical (HPA) activity, as evidenced by an increase in the number of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) secretory episodes and an increase in the magnitude of cortisol secretory episodes. This HPA overactivity is further reflected in elevated urinary "free" cortisol (UFC) levels, which appear to be about twice as high in depressed patients as in normal controls, but lower than in patients with Cushings syndrome. Furthermore, salivary and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) concentrations of cortisol, which represent the free (i.e., unbound) fraction of cortisol, are reported to be elevated in depression. Finally, the group led by Nemeroff found that the concentration of corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) in the CSF is elevated in depressives, but decreases after electroconvulsive treatment (46). Whereas clinical neuroendocrine studies and preclinical behavioral studies provide compelling evidence for a key role ...
The endocrine system consists of numerous glands throughout the body that produce and secrete hormones of diverse chemical structure, including peptides, steroids, and neuroamines. Collectively, hormones regulate many physiological processes. Oxytocin and vasopressin (also called anti-diuretic hormone), the two neurohypophysial hormones of the posterior pituitary gland (the neurohypophysis), are secreted from the nerve endings of magnocellular neurosecretory cells into the systemic circulation. The cell bodies of the oxytocin and vasopressin neurons are in the paraventricular nucleus and supraoptic nucleus, respectively, and the electrical activity of these neurons is regulated by afferent synaptic inputs from other brain regions. By contrast, the hormones of the anterior pituitary gland (the adenohypophysis) are secreted from endocrine cells that, in mammals, are not directly innervated, yet the secretion of these hormones (adrenocorticotrophic hormone, luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating ...
Janet Lo, M.D., M.MSc. is a clinician in the Neuroendocrine Clinical Center and a faculty member in the Neuroendocrine Unit at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is a clinical researcher who studies endocrine disease, cardiovascular disease and inflammation. She is also a clinician with a focus on pituitary disease and other endocrine diseases. Awards in recognition of her work have included the MGH Claflin Award and NIH Career Development Award. She is the Principal Investigator of a NIH Research Project Grant (RO1) and is an author of more than 32 peer-reviewed publications ...
69.128.149.13). Re: Homosexual Pheromones (Uncle Al) Whine? Would have expected better than this type of comment from you, Al. Peer-review, when the topic is either controversial or politically incorrect does not work. Scientific dogma almost always wins out. Heres some added info to consider. My last peer-reviewed pub: an invited review in Neuroendocrinology Letters won a seminal award for the best paper linking neuroendocrinology and ethology. So, I get a best paper award when the model is used to explain heterosexual development, and "I dont buy the model" from reviewers when the same model is used to explain male homosexual development. Also, there is no need to identify the molecules in this model: the mammalian neuroendocrine response to pheromones of the opposite sex is a key factor; whether or not androstenol alters this neuroendocrine response is of little consequence (though androstenol does appear to do so in women). Preti and Wysocki showed effects of male axillary secretions on ...
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Thyroid hormones play a critical role in the metabolic activity of the adult brain, and neuropsychiatric manifestations of thyroid disease have long been recognised. However, it is only recently that methodology such as functional neuroimaging has been available to facilitate investigation of thyroid hormone metabolism. Although the role of thyroid hormones in the adult brain is not yet specified, it is clear that without optimal thyroid function, mood disturbance, cognitive impairment and other psychiatric symptoms can emerge. Additionally, laboratory measurements of peripheral thyroid function may not adequately characterise central thyroid metabolism. Here, we review the relationship between thyroid hormone and neuropsychiatric symptoms in patients with primary thyroid disease and primary mood disorders. ...
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Obesity is associated with several health conditions, the most devastating of which is type 2 diabetes. Obesity occurs when energy intake exceeds energy expenditure. Current weight loss therapies targeting the reduction of food intake have proven to be relatively ineffective, and the ability to reduce the risk of obesity-related complications is limited.
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Gastrinomas causing Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (ZES) are the most common functional, malignant pancreatic endocrine tumors. In this paper, the diagnosis and treatment of these tumors are reviewed, inc
This chapter summarizes knowledge about various neuropeptides, with the greatest emphasis on the opioid neuropeptides. Pharmacological antagonism of endogenous
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Some authors speculate about "the healing power of love" in romance novels. C. Sue Carter, the director since November of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, at Indiana University, explains it in molecular-biology journals.. As a pioneer in the field of behavioral neuroendocrinology, she has studied the roles of hormonal processes in how humans act and feel, including in relation to desire and love. She says her four decades of studies convinced her that it makes no sense to view sexuality in isolation from other aspects of human sentience.She reasons: "The same neural substrates that regulate sexual behavior regulate social bonds, regulate how we feel the emotional systems of our body. So, even if you wanted to separate them, it would not be biologically possible.". ...
Japanese National. KANNO Kouta is a researcher in the field of Neuroscience, especially behavioral neuroendocrinology. I have investigated brain systems regulating emotion and behavior. My current research topic is ultrasonic vocalization (USV) in mice.. I believe that biological understanding of human nature could provide people in society with new perspectives from which we could have new ideas when we think what is human beings.. So, I also started science communication activities from 2009 interacting with various fields such as arts, design, sociology, etc ...
Circulating androgens in adult reproductively active male vertebrates influence a diversity of organ systems and thus are considered costly. Recently, we obtained evidence that androgen receptors (AR) are expressed in several skeletal muscles of three passeriform birds, the golden-collared manakin (Manacus vitellinus), zebra finch (Taenopygia guttata), and ochre-bellied flycatcher (Mionectes oleagieus). Because skeletal muscles that control wing movement make up the bulk of a birds body mass, evidence for widespread effects of androgen action on these muscles would greatly expand the functional impact of androgens beyond their well-characterized effects on relatively discrete targets throughout the avian body. To investigate this issue, we use quantitative PCR (qPCR) to determine if androgens alter gene mRNA expression patterns in wing musculature of wild golden-collared manakins and captive zebra finches. In manakins, the androgen testosterone (T) up-regulated expression of parvalbumin (PV) and
indicates lab trainees. *Peragine DE, *Pokarowski M, Mendoza-Viveros L, Swift-Gallant A, Cheng H-YM, Bentley GE, Holmes MM. 2017. RFamide-related peptide-3 (RFRP-3) suppresses sexual maturation in a eusocial mammal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 114(5): 1207-1212. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1616913114.. Park KK, Luo X, *Mooney SJ, Yungher BJ, Belin S, Wang C, Holmes MM, He Z. 2017. Retinal ganglion cell survival and axon regeneration after optic nerve injury in naked mole-rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 525(2): 380-388.. Mosley M, Shah C, Morse KA, Miloro SA, Holmes MM, Ahern TH, Forger NG. 2017. Patterns of cell death in the perinatal mouse forebrain. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 525(1): 47-64. Holmes MM. 2016. Social control of adult neurogenesis: A comparative approach. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, pii: S0091-3022(16)30005-X. doi: 10.1016/j.yfrne.2016.02.001.. *Peragine DE, *Yousuf Y, *Fu Y, Swift-Gallant A, *Ginzberg K, Holmes MM. 2016. Contrasting effects of ...
This effect of odor on the neuroendocrine system is brought about by pheromones. These chemical substances, detected by olfactory 2 I The Neuroendocrine System 19 neurons, are present in various bodily secretions such as urine, perspiration, and saliva. Other factors, such as stress, social interaction, and fear, alter pituitary function via the production of neurotransmitters and other neuropeptides. For example, pain can cause release of endorphins in the CNS. These endorphins bind to opiate receptors in the hypothalamus resulting in the release of PRL and GH and the suppression ofTSH and gonadotropin release. Adams JH, Daniel PM, Pritchard MD: Transection of the pituitary stalk in man. Anatomical changes in the pituitary gland. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 29:545-555, 1966 4. Everett JW, Nikitovich-Winer M: Physiology of the pituitary gland as affected by transplantation or stalk section, in Nalbandov, AV (ed): Advances in Neuroendocrinology. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1963, pp ...
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Dr. Ananthakrishnan has been active in medical student and resident education at Boston University since 2008. She also practices in clinical endocrinology and has a focus in Neuroendocrinology.. Dr. Ananthakrishnan has served as an Evans Student Educator since 2009. In this role, she serves as an associate clerkship director to 3rd year students in the Medicine 1 clerkship. She also serves as the director of the Medicine Subinternship and the Advanced Acting Internship for 4th year students. Her area of focus is in evaluation, grading and feedback. She is an active member of Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine. Dr. Ananthakrishnan has served as the faculty mentor for the Internal Medicine Interest Group at BUSM since 2012, the student-led group that plans activities designed to educate the student body on the field of Internal Medicine and its various subspecialties. Dr. Ananthakrishnans outpatient practice is in the Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition at Boston Medical ...
Robert H. Lustig (born 1957) is an American pediatric endocrinologist. He is Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where he specializes in neuroendocrinology and childhood obesity. He is also director of UCSFs WATCH program (Weight Assessment for Teen and Child Health), and president and co-founder of the non-profit Institute for Responsible Nutrition. Lustig came to public attention in 2009 when one of his medical lectures, "Sugar: The Bitter Truth," went viral on YouTube. He is the editor of Obesity Before Birth: Maternal and Prenatal Influences on the Offspring (2010), and author of Fat Chance: Beating the Odds against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease (2013). Lustig grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and attended Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan. He obtained a bachelors degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1976 and an MD from Cornell University Medical College in 1980. His pediatric ...
Cell and Tissue Research presents regular articles and reviews in the areas of molecular, cell, and supracellular biology. In particular, the journal provides a forum for publishing data that analyze the supracellular, integrative actions of gene products and their impact on the formation of tissue structure and function. Articles emphasize structure-function relationships as revealed by recombinant molecular technologies. Areas of research with a long-standing tradition of publishing in Cell & Tissue Research include: neurobiology, neuroendocrinology, endocrinology, reproductive biology, skeletal and immune systems, and development.. ...
Sárvári, Miklós and Kalló, Imre and Hrabovszky, Erik and Solymosi, Norbert and Liposits, Zsolt (2017) Ovariectomy Alters Gene Expression of the Hippocampal Formation in Middle-Aged Rats. Endocrinology, 158 (1). pp. 69-83. ISSN 0013-7227 (print), 1945-7170 (online) Vastagh, Csaba and Rodolosse, Annie and Solymosi, Norbert and Liposits, Zsolt (2016) Altered Expression of Genes Encoding Neurotransmitter Receptors in GnRH Neurons of Proestrous Mice. Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, 10. pp. 1-16. ISSN 1662-5102, ESSN: 1662-5102 Molnár, Csilla and Sárvári, Miklós and Vastagh, Csaba and Maurnyi, Csilla and Fekete, Csaba and Liposits, Zsolt and Hrabovszky, Erik (2016) Altered gene expression profile of the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus of male mice suggests profound developmental changes in peptidergic signaling. NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY. ISSN 0028-3835 (In Press) Bálint, Flóra and Liposits, Zsolt and Farkas, Imre (2016) Estrogen Receptor Beta and 2-arachidonoylglycerol Mediate the Suppressive ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Neuropeptide and steroid hormone mediators of neuroendocrine regulation. AU - Heck, A. L.. AU - Crestani, C. C.. AU - Fernández-Guasti, A.. AU - Larco, D. O.. AU - Mayerhofer, A.. AU - Roselli, Charles. PY - 2018/10/1. Y1 - 2018/10/1. N2 - To maintain the health and well-being of all mammals, numerous aspects of physiology are controlled by neuroendocrine mechanisms. These mechanisms ultimately enable communication between neurones and glands throughout the body and are centrally mediated by neuropeptides and/or steroid hormones. A recent session at the International Workshop in Neuroendocrinology highlighted the essential roles of some of these neuropeptide and steroid hormone mediators in the neuroendocrine regulation of stress-, reproduction- and behaviour-related processes. Accordingly, the present review highlights topics presented in this session, including the role of the neuropeptides corticotrophin-releasing factor and gonadotrophin-releasing hormone in stress and ...
www.MOLUNA.de Neuroendocrine Perspectives [4190737] - Neuroendocrine Perspectives, Volume 7, is part of an international book series designed to keep clinicians and researchers appraised of important trends and new data in basic and clinical neuroendocrinology. It focuses on four very rapidly evolving major topics: - the role of dopaminergic regulation of the intermediate pituitary lobe in
Dr. Deligiannidis completed her undergraduate degrees and an Honors Scholars Research Program in Neuroscience and Behavior at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. As a recipient of NIH pre-doctoral Intramural Research Training Awards, she trained in molecular neuroendocrinology research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).. Dr. Deligiannidis completed additional research training at the NIH during medical school and residency. She received her medical degree from, and completed her psychiatry residency and chief residency in psychopharmacology research at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Deligiannidis joined faculty at Zucker Hillside Hospital, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, and Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine in September 2016 and is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.. Dr. Deligiannidis is the director of Womens Behavioral Health at Zucker Hillside Hospital. She provides consultation and short-term treatment ...
Our training program is directed toward the goal of preparing young scientists for a research career in reproductive medicine or biology. Fellowships are available to postdoctoral candidates with either a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in a basic science or a professional degree (e.g., M.D.) in the medical sciences. Opportunities are available from the faculty mentors in our training directory, representing 10 departments in the University of Washington School of Medicine and College of Arts and Sciences, as well as Washington State University and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The disciplines include molecular and cellular developmental biology, physiology and biophysics, molecular genetics, reproductive neuroendocrinology, and applied reproductive technologies including contraceptive development. We offer a unique and diverse educational experience, comprising the organism from molecule to mind, and committed to communication and learning across disciplines. The CRRC currently supports six ...
The three major areas of Ms.Tatas research are: 1) neuroendocrinology and the neuroendocrine network regulating pubertal onset; 2) mechanisms underlying GnRH release during pubertal onset (GnRH pulsatility, tanycyte plasticiy, synaptic plasticity/neuropeptide plasticiy during pubertal onset); and 3) effects of Dmxl2 deletion on the neuroendocrine network regulating GnRH and its subsequent consequence on pubertal onset.. ...
General: 1. Neuroendocrinology and neurochemistry 2. Rational design of insecticides 3. Molecular diagnostics 4. Food toxicology Specific topics: 1. Studies of neuroendocrine mechanisms in moths (sex pheromone biosynthesis, melanization, pupariation, muscle contraction, diapause). 2. Rational design of environment friendly non-toxic insect control agents based on disruption of the neuroendocrine system (i.e., design of neuropeptide-antagonist based insecticides). 3. Studies of bioavailability (penetrability through the cuticle) of compounds into insects. 4. Development of receptor based high throughput screening assays for discovery of new insect control agents. 5. Development of novel probes and immunochemical/microarray methods for monitoring pesticide residues from water, food and environmental samples ...
Loke, D.F.M., Ratnam, S.S., Goh, H.H. (1992). Luteinizing hormone surge in adult female rats after androgen priming. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 4 (2) : 211-215. [email protected] Repository ...
Wee, B. E. F. Biological Rhythms and Sleep. (2000). In Motivation: A biosocial and cognitive integration of motivation and emotion. E. D. Ferguson (Ed.), Oxford University Press, New York.. Hurley, D. L., Wee, B. E. F., & Phelps, C. J. (1998). Growth hormone releasing hormone expression during postnatal development in growth hormone-deficient Ames dwarf mice: mRNA in situ hybridization. Neuroendocrinology.. Wee, B. E. F., & Turek, F. W. (1989). Carbachol phase shifts the circadian rhythm of locomotor activity in the Djungarian hamster. Brain Research, 505, 209-214.. ...
The available data suggest that Urocortin (UCN), a cardioprotective and vasoactive peptide known from fish neuroendocrinology, is involved in cardiac regulation. The aim of this study was to determine UCN plasma concentrations in patients with heart failure (HF). Plasma concentrations of UCN were measured in 42 fully treated HF patients. UCN was determined using a specific ELISA assay after acidic extraction using Sep-Pak C18 columns. Circulating levels of other neurohormones Nt-proBNP, Nt-proANP and Big ET-1 were also determined. Reference values for these were obtained from 20 healthy age- and sex-matched subjects. In comparison with controls, UCN plasma concentrations (geometric mean [95% CI]) were significantly increased in HF patients (88 pmol/L [75-105] vs 46 [39-54], p,0.001). As expected, the other neurohormones were also significantly increased in HF patients (Nt-proBNP: 3501pg/ml [2356-5202] vs 35 [24-51], Nt-proANP: 5498pg/ml [4336-6971] vs 324 [255-411] and Big ET-1: 15.8pg/ml ...
Our research focuses on how the brain and the visual system process affective information, and how these processes contribute to the onset and maintenance of stress states and disorders. We take a systems neuroscience approach to translational investigations of the interrelations of the neural circuitry and neuroendocrine cascades associated with stress.. Our goal is to map some of the candidate neurobiological and behavioral mechanisms that underlie maladaptive attention in stress states and stress-related disorders by integrating tools from cognitive science, neuroscience, neuroendocrinology, and clinical science. We examine the interactions of perception (cognition), arousal and valence (affect), and stress states on the continuum from normative to maladaptive (psychopathology). Our long-term goal is an enhanced understanding of the onset and maintenance of symptom episodes in posttraumatic stress disorder, with an ultimate goal of prevention.. Our lab utilizes a variety of methods, including ...
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Introduction: Lung carcinoids comprise a group of smoking-unrelated neuroendocrine tumors, which can be classified in typical (TC) and atypical (AC) carcinoids. Classification is complex and its accuracy to predict disease outcome is variable. In a previous array comparative genomic hybridization (arrayCGH) study, we showed that the average number of chromosomal alterations (≥ 1Mb) was significantly higher in ACs than in TCs (512 v. 226 per tumor) and that the most common region of chromosome loss was 11q21-q25 (Neuroendocrinology 2009;90:136-137 ...
Dr. Imogen R. Coe is the founding Dean of the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University. She is also a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biology and an affiliate scientist in the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, Keenan Research Centre at St. Michaels Hospital. In addition, she is a well-known advocate, speaker, and writer for equity, diversity, and inclusion in STEM. She received her BSc in Cell Biology from the University of Exeter in the UK. She received her MSc and PhD in comparative molecular neuroendocrinology from the University of Victoria in Canada. Afterwards, Imogen conducted postdoctoral research at the University of California San Francisco and was later awarded an Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Alberta. She served on the faculty at York University before joining the faculty at Ryerson University. In addition, Imogen is the recipient of Ontarios Premiers Research Excellence Award (now known as the Early ...
Comprehensive, patient-centered pituitary evaluation often completed in one clinic day and can include neuroendocrinology and neurological surgery consult.
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Sanathara NM, Moreas J, Mahavongtrakul M, Sinchak K. Estradiol upregulates progesterone receptor and orphanin FQ colocalization in arcuate nucleus neurons and opioid receptor-like receptor-1 expression in proopiomelanocortin neurons that project to the medial preoptic nucleus in the female rat. Neuroendocrinology. 2014;100(2-3):103-18. PMCID: 4225187 ...
Today more than ever, the security of Americas information networks is critical to the security of the nation. Iowa States information assurance program offers students a rigorous, cutting-edge education in this area, preparing them to address not only the technological aspects of information assurance, but also questions of policy, law, and ethics that are of prime importance to the field. (ECpE, IMSE). Neuroscience. The neuroscience program provides research opportunities in neuronal membrane functions, signal transduction, neuroanatomy, neurodegenerative diseases, neuroendocrinology, neurotoxicology, neuropathology, developmental neurobiology, neurogenetics, computational neuroscience, neural networks, behavioral neuroscience, tissue engineering, neuroregeneration and brain repair. (CBE). Sustainable Agriculture. Students in the Graduate Program for Sustainable Agriculture study agroecological principles and the social relations underlying sustainable farming and food systems while gaining ...
Title: Melatonin as a Chronobiotic / Anticancer Agent: Cellular, Biochemical, and Molecular Mechanisms of Action and their Implications for Circadian-Based Cancer Therapy. VOLUME: 2 ISSUE: 2. Author(s):David E. Blask, Leonard A. Sauer and Robert T. Dauchy. Affiliation:Laboratory of Experimental Neuroendocrinology / Oncology, Bassett Research Institute, One Atwell Road, Cooperstown, NY 13326, USA. Keywords:Circadian-Based Cancer Therapy, 13-hydroxyoctadecadienoic acid (13-HODE), Estrogen Response Pathway, glutathione (GSH), Chronobiological. Abstract: Melatonin, as a new member of an expanding group of regulatory factors that control cell proliferation and loss, is the only known chronobiotic, hormonal regulator of neoplastic cell growth. At physiological circulating concentrations, this indoleamine is cytostatic and inhibits cancer cell proliferation in vitro via specific cell cycle effects. At pharmacological concentrations, melatonin exhibits cytotoxic activity in cancer cells. At both ...
3712 MacArthur Blvd. Ste 208. New Orleans, LA 70114 PCOS. (2009, December 08). In MayoClinic.com. Retrieved from Maciocia G. (1998). Obstetrics & Gynecology in Chinese Medicine. London: Churchil Livingstone. Lyttleton, J., (2004). The treatment of infertility with Chinese Medicine. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. Traditional Chinese Medicine, Polycystic ovary syndrome. (n.d.). In TCM Discovery. Retrieved from Stener-Victorin, E., Jedel, E.& Manneras, L. (2008). Acupuncture in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Current Experimental and Clinical Evidence. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 20, 290-298. Retrieved from Stener-Victorin, E., Wikland, M., Waldenström, U., & Lundeberg, T. (2002). Alternative treatments in reproductive medicine: much ado about nothing. Acupuncture-a method of treatment in reproductive medicine: lack of evidence of an effect does not equal evidence of the lack of an effect. Human Reproduction, Vol. 17, Issue8. Retrieved from Lim, C.E.D. & Wong, W.S.F. (2010). Current evidence of ...
Montague D; Weickert CS; Tomaskovic-Crook E; Rothmond DA; Kleinman JE; Rubinow DR; Journal Of Neuroendocrinology, 2008, vol. 20, issue 7, p 893, ISSN 13652826. ISBN 13652826. ...
speaker Instead the 25 Ph D recipients who include seven students enrolled in the joint M D Ph D program with Cornell University Medical College and Sloan Kettering Institute were called up one by one as selected faculty members explained the significance of each degree recipient s research The 1994 Rockefeller University Ph D recipients and their fields of specialization are Thomas Akompong Neuroendocrinology Ethan Alexander Benardete Biophysics Mark Joseph Benedyk Developmental and Molecular Genetics Joel N Blankson Laboratory Animal Research Center Marcia Simpson Brose Developmental Molecular Genetics Stephan Michael Feller Molecular Oncology Lei Feng Molecular Biology Mark Stuart Forman Cellular Physiology and Immunology Alexander Hoffmann Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Tae Kook Kim Biochemistry and Molecular Biology John D McKinney Yeast Molecular Genetics Elizabeth Méndez Cell Biology Andrew J McW Millar Plant Molecular Biology Anthony Molloy Cellular Physiology and Immunology Mary ...
Might we be able to turn our immune system against another kind of foe besides infections and viruses? How about fat? Researchers from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) at the Pasteur Institute and the University of Lille, France, have evidence suggesting the possibility.. The cytokine interleukin-7 (IL-7), an element of the immune system that is critical for maintaining the proper store of immune cells, also prevents obesity-prone mice from getting fat, the researchers report at the 6th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology (ICN 2006) in Pittsburgh June 19 ...
Acupuncture is a specialised sensory stimulation that is analysed through sensory neural pathways. Therefore to understand its action we have to analyse the anatomy, physiology and pharmacology of the nervous system, aided with a knowledge of neuroendocrinology and the chemoarchitecture of the brain. Various neural theories have been developed to explain the mechanisms of acupuncture. It is now evident that acupuncture reacts at local, regional (spinal cord) and general (brain) levels. Therefore, inserting one or more needles at particular points (or areas) of the body activates neural pathways on three different levels, provoking local, regional, and general reactions.. The local reaction is a multifactorial phenomenon. The electric injury potential due to the needle, the presence and synthesis of opioid peptides at the site of injury, and substance P, histamine like substances, bradikinin, serotonin and proteolitic enzyme release around the needle, all occur during needling.. The regional ...
Welcome to the 12th Annual Meeting of the European Hair Research Society held at Imperial College in London. With delegates from five continents, the meeting promises to be both informative and enjoyable. Over 70 scientificcommunications are in the programme, including some of the most recent studies on basic hair biology, genetics, model systems, pharmacology, cosmetic science and clinical aspects of hair disease. As well as oral and poster presentations of submitted abstracts, there will be workshops on current topics in the fields of hair follicle neuroendocrinology, hair follicle and epidermal interactions, chemotherapy alopecia and scalp health. The Society is delighted to have Professor Fiona Watt as the John Ebling Lecturer in 2006 with the title Generating new hair follicles in adult epidermis. Professor John Manning will give our other invited lecture on the topic of digit ratios and sex-dependent traits. We warmly thank all those involved in organising the meeting and all the ...
Cláudia Cavadas is PharmD, Master in Cell Biology, and PhD in Pharmacology (2002), University of Coimbra. During her PhD, she spent 3 years at the Division of Hypertension, CHUV, Lausanne, Switzerland. Since 2002, she is Assistant professor, with tenure, at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Coimbra and Group Leader of "Neuroendocrinology and Aging group" at CNC - Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology. Recently, her group has been investigating the hypothalamus and the impact of neuropetides on age related mechanisms. http://www.cnbc.pt/research/department_group_show.asp?iddep=1107&idgrp=1111 Claudia Cavadas was the principal investigator of 13 funded projects. Total Funded Awarded as principal investigator: 1 290 000 euros Web of Science: 85 publications, h-index 19; 944 Total Citations (without self-citations). Google Scholar: 118 publication, h-index 26; 1782 citations Presently, Claudia Cavadas is supervisor of 4 PhD students and 3 Pos-docs. Previous experience in supervisor ...
ScienceDaily (Dec. 31, 2009) - In trying to explain psychiatric disorders, genes simply cannot tell the whole story. The real answers are in the interaction of genes and the environment. Post-traumatic stress disorder requires some trauma, for instance, and people, for the most part, arent born depressed. Now research has revealed one mechanism by which a stressful experience changes the way that genes are expressed in the rat brain. The discovery of "epigenetic" regulation of genes in the brain is helping change the way scientists think about psychiatric disorders and could open new avenues to treatment.. Richard Hunter, a postdoc in Rockefeller Universitys Harold and Margaret Milliken Hatch Laboratory of Neuroendocrinology, found that a single 30-minute episode of acute stress causes a rapid chemical change in DNA packaging proteins called histones in the rat hippocampus, which is a brain region known to be especially susceptible to the effects of stress in both rodents and humans.. The ...
Hodková H., Kolbeková P., Skallová A., Lindová J., Flegr J. 2007: Higher perceived dominance in Toxoplasma infected men - a new evidence for role of increased level of testosterone in toxoplasmosis-associated changes in human behavior. Neuroendocrinology Letters, 28(2): 110-114.. » PDF. ...
Karine Rousseau is an Editor at PeerJ. Bio: Associate Professor of Comparative Neuroendocrinology at Muséum National dHistoire Naturelle, in Paris; PhD in Reproductive Physiology
After receiving his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Florida State University in 2005, Michael joined the laboratory of Dr. Gene D. Block in the Department of Biology at the University of Virginia. As a post-doctoral fellow of neuroendocrinology and reproductive medicine at UVA, Dr. Sellix had the rare opportunity to interact with several high profile chronobiologists including Dr. Ignacio Provencio, Dr. Carla Green and Dr. Herman Wijnen to name but a few. Dr. Sellix left the Block lab in 2007 and joined Prof. Michael Menakers group wherein he focused on the role of the circadian clock in ovarian physiology ...
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Dr. Suzanne L Dickson is Professor of Physiology/Neuroendocrinology at the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden (2004-).
... or Clinical neurochemistry is related to neurogenesis, neuromodulation, neuroplasticity, neuroendocrinology, and neuroimmunology in the context of associating neurological findings at both lower and higher level organismal functions.
Chiver, I. and B.A. Schlinger., "Clearing up the court: sex and the endocrine basis of display-court manipulation", Anim. Behav, 131 : 115-121 (2017) .. Chiver, I. and B.A. Schlinger., "Sex differences in androgen activation of complex courtship behavior", Anim. Behav, 124 : 109-117 (2017) .. Schlinger, B.A., Brenowitz, E.A., "Neural and Hormonal Control of Birdsong", In: Hormones, Brain, and Behavior 3rd edition,, Pfaff,D.W and Joels, M.(Eds.), Oxford Academic Press 2 : 255-290 (2017) .. Bodony, D.J, Kharon, Aharon, Swenson, G.W., Wikelski, M., Day, L., Fusani, L., Friscia, A and B.A. Schlinger., "Determination of the wingsnap sonation mechanism of the Golden-Collared Manakin (Manacus vitellinus)", J. Exp. Biol, Pfaff,D.W and Joels, M.(Eds.), 219 : 1524-1534 (2017) .. Fuxjager, M., Schuppe, E., Hoang; J.*, Chew, J*., Shah, M.*, and B.A. Schlinger, "Expression of 5α- and 5β-reductase in spinal cord and muscle of birds with different courtship repertoires", Front. Zoology, Pfaff,D.W and Joels, ...
COURSE DESCRIPTION:. MP&B 8327. Molecular Endocrinology. A survey of the molecular biology of hormone action from the target cell surface to the nucleus. Special emphasis on (i) diabetes and obesity and (ii) how receptors and intracellular messengers mediate hormone action, (iii) how hormones regulate gene expression, and (iv) signaling in adipocytes. Discussion of the use of genetic, molecular biology, and biochemical techniques to study hormone action. The faculty encourage an interactive atmosphere in the class through the discussion of seminal papers. This is an advanced course so some prior background in cell signaling is recommended. COURSE SCHEDULE: FALL 2016. Time: Wednesday, 3- ...
The molecular endocrinology of vitamin D is based on the facts that i) its metabolite 1α,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 (1,25(OH)2D3) is the high affinity ligand of the nuclear receptor vitamin D receptor (VDR) and ii) the transcription factor VDR is the unique target of 1,25(OH)2D3 in the nucleus. Short-term alterations of the epigenome are primarily changes in the post-translational modification status of nucleosome-forming histone proteins, the consequences of which are i) a local increase or decrease in chromatin accessibility and ii) the activation or repression of gene transcription. Vitamin D has via VDR a direct effect on the expression of several hundred primary target genes implying numerous effects on the epigenome. Next-generation sequencing methods, such as ChIP-seq and FAIRE-seq, were applied to cellular model systems of vitamin D signaling, such as THP-1 human monocytes, and provided data for a chromatin model of vitamin D signaling. Key points of this model are that i) in the absence of ...
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Specialty: Histone Modification; Epigenetics and Tumor Microenvironment: Functions of MLL Histone Methylases in Gene Expression, Hypoxia Signaling, Angiogenesis, and Cancer; Steroid Hormone Signaling and Molecular Endocrinology: MLL Histone Methylases in Estrogen Signaling, Blood Cholesterol and Cancer; Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDC): Identification, Risk Assessment and Epigenetic Mechanism; Gene Therapy: Develop Novel Targeted Gene Therapy (Cell Culture and Mice Models); Drug Development: Screen Small Molecules, Metal-complexes in Apoptosis and Hormonal Assays (Cell Culture and Mice Models) ...
Description: Hormonal carcinogenesis is an important and controversial area of current research. In addition to accelerating existing cancers, can hormones play the role of primary carcinogens? How do genetic factors influence hormone-related cancer risk? Hormones, Genes, and Cancer addresses these questions. Over the past few decades, cancer research has focused on external environmental causes(e.g., tobacco smoke, viruses, asbestos). With the advent of new genetic sequencing techniques, we are just now beginning to understand how the bodys internal environment(i.e., the hormones and growth factors that determine normal development) influences cancer etiology and prevention. From molecular insights to clinical analyses, this volume provides state-of-the-art information on the complex interactions between hormones and genes and cancer. The epidemiology and molecular endocrinology of prostate, breast, uterine, ovarian and testicular cancer are detailed in this timely treatise ...
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I am intersted in studying the possibility of the regulation of ADH2 gene expression by one of the DNA binding proteins we are now working at. I will appreciate it very much if someone can kindly send me the constructs whcich carrying ADH2 promoter/lacZ reports. Thank you in advance. Sincerely, Keqiang Wu Molecular Endocrinology Lab Royal Victorial Hospital, Room H7.82 687 Pine Ave. West Montreal, Canada H3A 1A1 E-Mail: keqiangw at lan1.molonc.mcgill.ca ...
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