Sarah C. Woolley

Affiliations: 
Biology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
song system, learning
Website:
https://sarahwoolleylab.wordpress.com/
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David Crews grad student 2002 UT Austin
 (Genetic and experiential effects on dopaminergic systems.)
Allison Doupe post-doc UCSF
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Wall EM, Woolley SC. (2020) Acetylcholine in action. Elife. 9
Woolley SC. (2018) Dopaminergic regulation of vocal-motor plasticity and performance. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 54: 127-133
Barr HJ, Woolley SC. (2018) Developmental auditory exposure shapes responses of catecholaminergic neurons to socially-modulated song. Scientific Reports. 8: 11717
Van Ruijssevelt L, Chen Y, von Eugen K, et al. (2018) fMRI Reveals a Novel Region for Evaluating Acoustic Information for Mate Choice in a Female Songbird. Current Biology : Cb
Chen Y, Clark O, Woolley SC. (2017) Courtship song preferences in female zebra finches are shaped by developmental auditory experience. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Woolley SC. (2016) SOCIAL CONTEXT DIFFERENTIALLY MODULATES ACTIVITY OF TWO INTERNEURON POPULATIONS IN AN AVIAN BASAL GANGLIA NUCLEUS. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00622.2016
Schubloom HE, Woolley SC. (2015) Variation in social relationships relates to song preferences and EGR1 expression in a female songbird. Developmental Neurobiology
Woolley SC, Kao MH. (2015) Variability in action: Contributions of a songbird cortical-basal ganglia circuit to vocal motor learning and control. Neuroscience. 296: 39-47
Woolley SC, Rajan R, Joshua M, et al. (2014) Emergence of context-dependent variability across a basal ganglia network. Neuron. 82: 208-23
Woolley SC, Doupe AJ. (2008) Social context-induced song variation affects female behavior and gene expression. Plos Biology. 6: e62
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