Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller, Ph.D.

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2005 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
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Neuroscience Biology
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Stephen L. Dewey grad student 2005 SUNY Stony Brook
 (Neurochemical and behavioral alterations in reward.)
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Chowdhury TG, Ríos MB, Chan TE, et al. (2014) Activity-based anorexia during adolescence disrupts normal development of the CA1 pyramidal cells in the ventral hippocampus of female rats. Hippocampus. 24: 1421-9
Aoki C, Wable G, Chowdhury TG, et al. (2014) α4βδ-GABAARs in the hippocampal CA1 as a biomarker for resilience to activity-based anorexia. Neuroscience. 265: 108-23
Chowdhury TG, Barbarich-Marsteller NC, Chan TE, et al. (2014) Activity-based anorexia has differential effects on apical dendritic branching in dorsal and ventral hippocampal CA1. Brain Structure & Function. 219: 1935-45
Wable GS, Barbarich-Marsteller NC, Chowdhury TG, et al. (2014) Excitatory synapses on dendritic shafts of the caudal basal amygdala exhibit elevated levels of GABAA receptor α4 subunits following the induction of activity-based anorexia. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 68: 1-15
Barbarich-Marsteller NC, Underwood MD, Foltin RW, et al. (2013) Identifying novel phenotypes of vulnerability and resistance to activity-based anorexia in adolescent female rats. The International Journal of Eating Disorders. 46: 737-46
Bailer UF, Frank GK, Price JC, et al. (2013) Interaction between serotonin transporter and dopamine D2/D3 receptor radioligand measures is associated with harm avoidant symptoms in anorexia and bulimia nervosa. Psychiatry Research. 211: 160-8
Barbarich-Marsteller NC, Fornal CA, Takase LF, et al. (2013) Activity-based anorexia is associated with reduced hippocampal cell proliferation in adolescent female rats. Behavioural Brain Research. 236: 251-7
Aoki C, Sabaliauskas N, Chowdhury T, et al. (2012) Adolescent female rats exhibiting activity-based anorexia express elevated levels of GABA(A) receptor α4 and δ subunits at the plasma membrane of hippocampal CA1 spines. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 66: 391-407
Cai W, Bocarsly ME, Arner CN, et al. (2008) Activity-based anorexia during adolescence does not promote binge eating during adulthood in female rats. The International Journal of Eating Disorders. 41: 681-5
Bailer UF, Frank GK, Henry SE, et al. (2007) Serotonin transporter binding after recovery from eating disorders. Psychopharmacology. 195: 315-24
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