Gregory E. Demas

Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
behavioral neuroendocrinology, physiological ecology
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Alfredo Durazzo research assistant 2001-2003 Michigan State
Kentaro Oki research assistant 2004-2006 Michigan State
Nicholas W. Garcia research assistant 2007-2009 Indiana University Bloomington
Ames Sutton Hickey research assistant 2009-2010 Indiana University Bloomington
Kristyn Sylvia grad student Indiana University Bloomington
Christy Bergeon grad student 2006- Indiana University Bloomington
Kim  L. Long grad student 2008- Indiana University Bloomington
Elizabeth Carlton grad student 2009- Indiana University Bloomington
Nikki Rendon grad student 2010- Indiana University Bloomington
Allison Bailey grad student 2011- Indiana University Bloomington
Yuqi Amanda Han grad student 2021- Indiana University Bloomington
Nancy Beecher grad student 2000-2007
Melissa-Ann Scotti grad student 2003-2008 Indiana University Bloomington
Devin Zysling grad student 2003-2008 Indiana University Bloomington
Kathryn M. Lenz grad student 2009 Indiana University Bloomington
Timothy Greives grad student 2004-2009 Indiana University Bloomington
Mayte Ruiz grad student 2005-2010 Indiana University Bloomington
Emily Chester grad student 2005-2011 Indiana University Bloomington
Jacqueline Ho grad student 2007-2011 Indiana University Bloomington
Christine M. Bergeon Burns grad student 2012 Indiana University Bloomington
Mollee R. Farrell grad student 2013 Indiana University Bloomington
Kathleen M. Munley grad student 2016-2021 Indiana University Bloomington
Susannah S. French post-doc 2007-2009 Indiana University Bloomington
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Demas GE, Munley KM, Jasnow AM. (2023) A seasonal switch hypothesis for the neuroendocrine control of aggression. Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism: Tem. 34: 799-812
French SS, Demas GE, Lopes PC. (2023) From mechanism to ecosystem: building bridges between ecoimmunology, psychoneuroimmunology and disease ecology. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 226
Munley KM, Sinkiewicz DM, Szwed SM, et al. (2023) Sex and seasonal differences in neural steroid sensitivity predict territorial aggression in Siberian hamsters. Hormones and Behavior. 154: 105390
Demas G, Greives T, Lutterschmidt D. (2023) Introduction to a brain for all seasons: Using seasonality as a model to uncover brain-behavior mechanisms across species. Hormones and Behavior. 150: 105328
Munley KM, Trinidad JC, Demas GE. (2022) Sex-specific endocrine regulation of seasonal aggression in Siberian hamsters. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20220668
Munley KM, Han Y, Lansing MX, et al. (2022) Winter madness: Melatonin as a neuroendocrine regulator of seasonal aggression. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological and Integrative Physiology
Munley KM, Dutta S, Jasnow AM, et al. (2021) Adrenal MT melatonin receptor expression is linked with seasonal variation in social behavior in male Siberian hamsters. Hormones and Behavior. 138: 105099
Bailey AM, Hall CA, Legan SJ, et al. (2021) Food restriction during development delays puberty but does not affect adult seasonal reproductive responses to food availability in Siberian hamsters (Phodopus sungorus). Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological and Integrative Physiology
Munley KM, Trinidad JC, Deyoe JE, et al. (2021) Melatonin-dependent changes in neurosteroids are associated with increased aggression in a seasonally breeding rodent. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. e12940
Rendon NM, Petersen CL, Munley KM, et al. (2020) Seasonal patterns of melatonin alter aggressive phenotypes of female Siberian hamsters. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 32: e12894
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