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The Neurobiology of Aging group headed by Drs. Michael Chumley (Biology) and Gary Boehm (Psychology), has just published it’s 4th manuscript in 2019 and made three presentations at the Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2019. 

The Neurobiology of Aging group headed by Drs. Michael Chumley (Biology) and Gary Boehm (Psychology), has just published it’s 4th manuscript in 2019 and made three presentations at the Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2019.

 

Here is their 2019 publication list:

 

  1. Eimerbrink, M. J.*, R. J. Pendry**, S. L. Hodges**, J. D. Wiles**, J. L. Peterman*, J. D. White*, H. B. Hayes**, M. J. Chumley and G. W. Boehm (2019). “The alpha5-GABAAR inverse agonist MRK-016 upregulates hippocampal BDNF expression and prevents cognitive deficits in LPS-treated mice, despite elevations in hippocampal Abeta.” Behav Brain Res 359: 871-877.

 

  1. Johnston, H. M.*, K. Pota*, M. M. Barnett**, O. Kinsinger**, P. Braden*, T. M. Schwartz**, E. Hoffer**, N. Sadagopan**, N. Nguyen**, Y. Yu, P. Gonzalez*, G. Tircso, H. Wu, G. Akkaraju, M. J. Chumley and K. N. Green (2019). “Enhancement of the Antioxidant Activity and Neurotherapeutic Features through Pyridol Addition to Tetraazamacrocyclic Molecules.” Inorg Chemhttps://doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.9b02932

 

  1. Peterman, J. L.*, J. D. White*, A. Calcagno**, C. Hagen*, M. Quiring**, K. Paulhus*, T. Gurney**, M. J. Eimerbrink*, M. Curtis, G. W. Boehm and M. J. Chumley (2019). “Prolonged Isolation Stress Accelerates the Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease-Related Pathology in 5xFAD Mice Despite Running Wheels and Environmental Enrichment.” Behav Brain Res: 112366. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbr.2019.112366

 

  1. White, J. D.*, C. M. Urbano*, J. O. Taylor*, J. L. Peterman*, M. Cooksey**, M. Eimerbrink*, M. D. Eriksson**, B. G. Cooper, M. J. Chumley and G. W. Boehm (2019). “Intraventricular murine Abeta infusion elicits hippocampal inflammation and disrupts the consolidation, but not retrieval, of conditioned fear in C57BL6/J mice.” Behav Brain Res: 112303. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbr.2019.112303

 

 

Graduate students in the group are denoted by *; undergraduate students in the group are denoted by **. Other TCU faculty contributing authors include Dr. Giri Akkaraju (Biology), Dr. Meredith Curtis (Biology), Dr. Kayla Green (Chemistry), and Dr. Brent Cooper (Psychology)

 

Several students also attended the Society for Neuroscience 2019, the world’s largest annual scientific meeting, drawing over 30,000 attendees from more than 80 countries.  This year, over 14,000 abstracts were submitted.  The following three papers were presented:

 

Hagen, C.* J. Figg**, K.N. Brice*, J. Peterman*, G. Boehm, M. Chumley, The impact of early developmental stress on anxiety, cognition, and inflammation in adulthood.  Society for Neuroscience, 2019, Chicago, Il

 

K.N. Brice*, C.W. Hagen*, J.L. Peterman*, P.N. Braden*, J.W. Figg**, M.J. Chumley, G.W. Boehm, Effects of chronic sleep restriction on amyloid beta and cognition in C57BL/6 mice

Society for Neuroscience, 2019, Chicago, Il

 

J.L. Peterman*, J.D. White*, S. Lopez**, M. Johnson**, M. Chumley, G. Boehm,
Sex-specific effects of maternal separation on cognition and LPS-induced accumulation of amyloid beta in adult C57BL6/J mice, Society for Neuroscience, 2019, Chicago, Il

 

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