Michael V. Baratta, Ph.D.

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University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
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behavioral neuroscience
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Steven F. Maier grad student 2008 CU Boulder
 (The role of the medial prefrontal cortex in mediating behavioral control-induced resistance to aversive events.)
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Fallon IP, Tanner MK, Greenwood BN, et al. (2019) Sex differences in resilience: Experiential factors and their mechanisms. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Tanner MK, Fallon IP, Baratta MV, et al. (2019) Voluntary exercise enables stress resistance in females. Behavioural Brain Research. 369: 111923
Baratta MV, Gruene TM, Dolzani SD, et al. (2019) Controllable stress elicits circuit-specific patterns of prefrontal plasticity in males, but not females. Brain Structure & Function
Zhang K, Baratta MV, Liu G, et al. (2018) A novel platform for in vivo detection of cytokine release within discrete brain regions. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Grace PM, Wang X, Strand KA, et al. (2018) DREADDed microglia in pain: Implications for spinal inflammatory signaling in male rats. Experimental Neurology
Baratta MV, Leslie NR, Fallon IP, et al. (2018) Behavioral and neural sequelae of stressor exposure are not modulated by controllability in females. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Baratta MV, Maier SF. (2017) New tools for understanding coping and resilience. Neuroscience Letters
Dolzani SD, Baratta MV, Amat J, et al. (2016) Activation of a Habenulo-Raphe Circuit Is Critical for the Behavioral and Neurochemical Consequences of Uncontrollable Stress in the Male Rat. Eneuro. 3
Sørensen AT, Cooper YA, Baratta MV, et al. (2016) A robust activity marking system for exploring active neuronal ensembles. Elife. 5
Grace PM, Strand KA, Galer EL, et al. (2016) Morphine paradoxically prolongs neuropathic pain in rats by amplifying spinal NLRP3 inflammasome activation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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