Sharif A. Taha

Affiliations: 
Physiology University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
Area:
Motivation and reward; food intake; addiction
Website:
http://www.neuroscience.med.utah.edu/Faculty/Taha.html
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Michael P. Stryker grad student 1996-2001 UCSF
 (Molecular substrates of plasticity in the developing visual cortex.)
Howard L. Fields post-doc 2002-2008 Gallo Research Center
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Sheth C, Furlong TM, Keefe KA, et al. (2017) The lateral hypothalamus to lateral habenula projection, but not the ventral pallidum to lateral habenula projection, regulates voluntary ethanol consumption. Behavioural Brain Research
Tandon S, Keefe KA, Taha SA. (2017) Mu Opioid Receptor Signaling in the Nucleus Accumbens Shell Increases Responsiveness of Satiety-Modulated Lateral Hypothalamus Neurons. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Tandon S, Keefe KA, Taha SA. (2016) Excitation of lateral habenula neurons as a neural mechanism underlying ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion. The Journal of Physiology
Sheth C, Furlong TM, Keefe KA, et al. (2016) Lesion of the rostromedial tegmental nucleus increases voluntary ethanol consumption and accelerates extinction of ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion. Psychopharmacology
Haack AK, Sheth C, Schwager AL, et al. (2014) Lesions of the lateral habenula increase voluntary ethanol consumption and operant self-administration, block yohimbine-induced reinstatement of ethanol seeking, and attenuate ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion. Plos One. 9: e92701
Schwager AL, Haack AK, Taha SA. (2014) Impaired flexibility in decision making in rats after administration of the pharmacological stressor yohimbine. Psychopharmacology. 231: 3941-52
Katsuura Y, Taha SA. (2014) Mu opioid receptor antagonism in the nucleus accumbens shell blocks consumption of a preferred sucrose solution in an anticipatory contrast paradigm. Neuroscience. 261: 144-52
Haack AK, Sheth C, Schwager AL, et al. (2014) Correction: Lesions of the lateral habenula increase voluntary ethanol consumption and operant self-administration, block yohimbine-induced reinstatement of ethanol seeking, and attenuate ethanol-induced conditioned taste aversion (PLoS ONE) Plos One. 9
McGinty VB, Lardeux S, Taha SA, et al. (2013) Invigoration of reward seeking by cue and proximity encoding in the nucleus accumbens. Neuron. 78: 910-22
Katsuura Y, Heckmann JA, Taha SA. (2011) mu-Opioid receptor stimulation in the nucleus accumbens elevates fatty tastant intake by increasing palatability and suppressing satiety signals. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 301: R244-54
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