Susan M. Brasser, Ph.D.

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State University of New York at Binghamton, Vestal, NY, United States 
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Norman Spear grad student 2000 SUNY Binghamton
 (Developmental differences in physiological and behavioral effects of acute ethanol withdrawal.)
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Godfrey J, Jeanguenin L, Castro N, et al. (2015) Chronic Voluntary Ethanol Consumption Induces Favorable Ceramide Profiles in Selectively Bred Alcohol-Preferring (P) Rats. Plos One. 10: e0139012
Klarich DS, Brasser SM, Hong MY. (2015) Moderate Alcohol Consumption and Colorectal Cancer Risk. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 39: 1280-91
Brasser SM, Castro N, Feretic B. (2015) Alcohol sensory processing and its relevance for ingestion. Physiology & Behavior. 148: 65-70
Brasser SM, Silbaugh BC, Ketchum MJ, et al. (2012) Chemosensory responsiveness to ethanol and its individual sensory components in alcohol-preferring, alcohol-nonpreferring and genetically heterogeneous rats. Addiction Biology. 17: 423-36
Lemon CH, Wilson DM, Brasser SM. (2011) Differential neural representation of oral ethanol by central taste-sensitive neurons in ethanol-preferring and genetically heterogeneous rats. Journal of Neurophysiology. 106: 3145-56
Brasser SM, Norman MB, Lemon CH. (2010) T1r3 taste receptor involvement in gustatory neural responses to ethanol and oral ethanol preference. Physiological Genomics. 41: 232-43
Ellingson JM, Silbaugh BC, Brasser SM. (2009) Reduced oral ethanol avoidance in mice lacking transient receptor potential channel vanilloid receptor 1. Behavior Genetics. 39: 62-72
Brasser SM, Mozhui K, Smith DV. (2005) Differential covariation in taste responsiveness to bitter stimuli in rats. Chemical Senses. 30: 793-9
Donny EC, Brasser SM, Bigelow GE, et al. (2005) Methadone doses of 100 mg or greater are more effective than lower doses at suppressing heroin self-administration in opioid-dependent volunteers. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 100: 1496-509
Brasser SM, McCaul ME, Houtsmuller EJ. (2004) Alcohol effects during acamprosate treatment: a dose-response study in humans. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research. 28: 1074-83
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