Lisa K. Marriott

Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR 
estrogen, neuroinflammation
"Lisa Marriott"

University of Virginia (undergraduate research Assistant with Paul E. Gold, Donna L. Korol, Christa K. McIntyre. 1996-1999)

University of Arizona (grad school with Gary L. Wenk; Neuroscience Ph.D., minor in pharmacology and toxicology. 1999-2004)

Oregon Health & Science University (postdoc with Daniel M. Dorsa, Physiology and Pharmacology Dept. 2004-present)

Mean distance: 15.73 (cluster 19)


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Paul E. Gold research assistant 1996-1999 UVA
 (undergraduate mentor and thesis advisor)
Christa K. McIntyre research assistant 1996-1999 UVA
 (undergraduate research assistant on her dissertation project)
Donna L. Korol research assistant 1998-1999 UVA
 (undergraduate thesis advisor)
Gary L. Wenk grad student 1999-2004 University of Arizona
Daniel M. Dorsa post-doc 2004- OHSU
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Marriott LK, McGann-Gramling KR, Hauss-Wegrzyniak B, et al. (2007) Estrogen replacement regimen and brain infusion of lipopolysaccharide differentially alter steroid receptor expression in the uterus and hypothalamus. Endocrine. 32: 317-28
Sheldahl LC, Marriott LK, Bryant DM, et al. (2007) Neuroprotective effects of estrogen and selective estrogen receptor modulators begin at the plasma membrane. Minerva Endocrinologica. 32: 87-94
Marriott LK, McGann-Gramling KR, Hauss-Wegrzyniak B, et al. (2007) Brain infusion of lipopolysaccharide increases uterine growth as a function of estrogen replacement regimen: suppression of uterine estrogen receptor-alpha by constant, but not pulsed, estrogen replacement. Endocrinology. 148: 232-40
Bryant DN, Sheldahl LC, Marriott LK, et al. (2006) Multiple pathways transmit neuroprotective effects of gonadal steroids. Endocrine. 29: 199-207
Wrenn CC, Kinney JW, Marriott LK, et al. (2004) Learning and memory performance in mice lacking the GAL-R1 subtype of galanin receptor. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 1384-96
Marriott LK, Wenk GL. (2004) Neurobiological consequences of long-term estrogen therapy Current Directions in Psychological Science. 13: 173-176
Wenk GL, McGann-Gramling KR, Hauss-Wegrzyniak B, et al. (2004) O3-04-01 Neurobiological consequences of chronic and variable estrogen therapy in the presence of long term neuroinflammation Neurobiology of Aging. 25: S59
Marriott LK, Korol DL. (2003) Short-term estrogen treatment in ovariectomized rats augments hippocampal acetylcholine release during place learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 80: 315-22
McIntyre CK, Marriott LK, Gold PE. (2003) Cooperation between memory systems: acetylcholine release in the amygdala correlates positively with performance on a hippocampus-dependent task. Behavioral Neuroscience. 117: 320-6
McIntyre CK, Marriott LK, Gold PE. (2003) Patterns of brain acetylcholine release predict individual differences in preferred learning strategies in rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 79: 177-83
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