Susan Melhorn

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
"Susan Melhorn"
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Roth CL, Melhorn SJ, Elfers CT, et al. (2018) Central Nervous System and Peripheral Hormone Responses to a Meal in Children. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism
Scott KA, de Kloet AD, Smeltzer MD, et al. (2017) Susceptibility or resilience? Prenatal stress predisposes male rats to social subordination, but facilitates adaptation to subordinate status. Physiology & Behavior
Melhorn SJ, Elfers CT, Scott KA, et al. (2017) A closer look at the subordinate population within the visible burrow system. Physiology & Behavior
Askren MK, McAllister-Day TK, Koh N, et al. (2016) Using Make for Reproducible and Parallel Neuroimaging Workflow and Quality-Assurance. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 10: 2
Mestre ZL, Melhorn SJ, Askren MK, et al. (2016) Effects of Anxiety on Caloric Intake and Satiety-Related Brain Activation in Women and Men. Psychosomatic Medicine
Melhorn SJ, Mehta S, Kratz M, et al. (2016) Brain regulation of appetite in twins. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Schur EA, Melhorn SJ, Oh SK, et al. (2015) Radiologic evidence that hypothalamic gliosis is associated with obesity and insulin resistance in humans. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.). 23: 2142-8
Bosch TA, Chow L, Dengel DR, et al. (2015) In adult twins, visceral fat accumulation depends more on exceeding sex-specific adiposity thresholds than on genetics. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental
Melhorn SJ, Tyagi V, Smeraglio A, et al. (2014) Initial evidence that GLP-1 receptor blockade fails to suppress postprandial satiety or promote food intake in humans. Appetite. 82: 85-90
Berkseth KE, Guyenet SJ, Melhorn SJ, et al. (2014) Hypothalamic gliosis associated with high-fat diet feeding is reversible in mice: a combined immunohistochemical and magnetic resonance imaging study. Endocrinology. 155: 2858-67
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