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Clyde W. Hodge, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Area:
Behavioral neuroscience, alcohol, glutamate, protein kinases
Website:
http://www.med.unc.edu/alcohol/behavpharm.html
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Stephen P. Kelley research assistant 1998-2000 UCSF
Rebecca Elise Balter grad student UNC Chapel Hill
Abigail Agoglia grad student 2011- UNC Chapel Hill
Amanda C. Sharko grad student 2001-2008 UNC Chapel Hill
Rebekah A. Stevenson grad student 2002-2008 UNC Chapel Hill
Jennie R. Stevenson grad student 2003-2008 UNC Chapel Hill
Marina Spanos grad student 2006-2010 UNC Chapel Hill
Michael C. Salling grad student 2007-2011 UNC Chapel Hill
Reginald D. Cannady grad student 2009-2013 UNC Chapel Hill
Sara P. Faccidomo post-doc 2007- UNC Chapel Hill
Sarah E. Holstein post-doc 2008- UNC Chapel Hill
Jessica L Hoffman post-doc 2018- UNC Chapel Hill
Alison Bratt post-doc 1999-2000 UCSF
M. Foster Olive post-doc 1998-2001 UCSF
Rosana Camarini post-doc 1999-2002 UCSF
Joyce Besheer post-doc 2002-2006 UNC Chapel Hill
Jason P. Schroeder post-doc 2002-2006 UNC Chapel Hill

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A Leslie Morrow collaborator 2002- UNC Chapel Hill
Fulton T. Crews collaborator 2006- UNC Chapel Hill
Kathleen K. Sulik collaborator 2007- UNC Chapel Hill
Thomas Louis Kash collaborator 2009- UNC Chapel Hill
Donita L. Robinson collaborator 2009- UNC Chapel Hill
Todd E. Thiele collaborator 2009- UNC Chapel Hill
Robert O. Messing collaborator 1998-2002 UCSF
C.J. Malanga collaborator 2009-2015 UNC Chapel Hill
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Luisa Torruella-Suárez M, Vandenberg JR, Cogan ES, et al. (2019) Manipulations of central amygdala neurotensin neurons alter the consumption of ethanol and sweet fluids in mice. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Hoffman JL, Faccidomo S, Kim M, et al. (2019) Alcohol drinking exacerbates neural and behavioral pathology in the 3xTg-AD mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. International Review of Neurobiology. 148: 169-230
Faccidomo S, Holstein SE, Santanam TS, et al. (2019) Pharmacological inhibition of glycogen synthase kinase 3 increases operant alcohol self-administration in a manner associated with altered pGSK-3β, protein interacting with C kinase and GluA2 protein expression in the reward pathway of male C57BL/6J mice. Behavioural Pharmacology
Stevenson RA, Hoffman JL, Maldonado-Devincci AM, et al. (2019) MGluR5 activity is required for the induction of ethanol behavioral sensitization and associated changes in ERK MAP kinase phosphorylation in the nucleus accumbens shell and lateral habenula. Behavioural Brain Research
Faccidomo S, Swaim KS, Saunders BL, et al. (2018) Mining the nucleus accumbens proteome for novel targets of alcohol self-administration in male C57BL/6J mice. Psychopharmacology
Salling MC, Hodge CJ, Psilos KE, et al. (2017) Cue-induced reinstatement of alcohol-seeking behavior is associated with increased CaMKII T286 phosphorylation in the reward pathway of mice. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior
Agoglia AE, Holstein SE, Small AT, et al. (2017) Comparison of the adolescent and adult mouse prefrontal cortex proteome. Plos One. 12: e0178391
Agoglia AE, Holstein SE, Eastman VR, et al. (2016) Cannabinoid CB1 receptor inhibition blunts adolescent-typical increased binge alcohol and sucrose consumption in male C57BL/6J mice. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior
Cannady R, Fisher KR, Graham C, et al. (2016) Potentiation of amygdala AMPA receptor activity selectively promotes escalated alcohol self-administration in a CaMKII-dependent manner. Addiction Biology
Faccidomo S, Reid GT, Agoglia AE, et al. (2015) CaMKII INHIBITION IN THE prefrontal cortex SPECIFICALLY INCREASES the positive reinforcing effects of SwEETENED ALCOHOL IN c57bl/6j mice. Behavioural Brain Research
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