Hymie Anisman

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Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada 
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Abizaid A, Merali Z, Anisman H. (2019) Cannabis: A potential efficacious intervention for PTSD or simply snake oil? Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience : Jpn. 44: 75-78
Szyszkowicz JK, Wong A, Anisman H, et al. (2017) Implications of the gut microbiota in vulnerability to the social avoidance effects of chronic social defeat in male mice. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Merali Z, Anisman H. (2016) Deconstructing the mental health crisis: 5 uneasy pieces. Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience : Jpn. 41: 219-21
Hayley S, Audet MC, Anisman H. (2016) Inflammation and the microbiome: implications for depressive disorders. Current Opinion in Pharmacology. 29: 42-46
Hamilton A, Vasefi M, Vander Tuin C, et al. (2016) Chronic Pharmacological mGluR5 Inhibition Prevents Cognitive Impairment and Reduces Pathogenesis in an Alzheimer Disease Mouse Model. Cell Reports
Clarke M, Razmjou S, Prowse N, et al. (2016) Ketamine modulates hippocampal neurogenesis and pro-inflammatory cytokines but not stressor induced neurochemical changes. Neuropharmacology
Talebi M, Matheson K, Anisman H. (2016) The stigma of seeking help for mental health issues: Mediating roles of support and coping and the moderating role of symptom profile Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Matheson K, McQuaid RJ, Anisman H. (2016) Group identity, discrimination, and well-being: Confluence of psychosocial and neurobiological factors Current Opinion in Psychology. 11: 35-39
Hayley S, Du L, Litteljohn D, et al. (2015) Gender and brain regions specific differences in brain derived neurotrophic factor protein levels of depressed individuals who died through suicide. Neuroscience Letters. 600: 12-16
McQuaid RJ, McInnis OA, Matheson K, et al. (2015) Distress of ostracism: oxytocin receptor gene polymorphism confers sensitivity to social exclusion. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
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