Alexander G. Ophir

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Integrative Behavioral Neuroscience
"Alexander Ophir"
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Walter Wilczynski research assistant UT Austin
Bennett Galef grad student 2004 McMaster University
 (Mate assessment and non -independent mate choice by female Japanese quail.)
Steven M. Phelps post-doc University of Florida
Jerry O. Wolff post-doc The University of Memphis


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Kelly J. Wallace research assistant Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Forrest D. Rogers research assistant 2011-2013 Oklahoma State University
Marissa A. Rice grad student Cornell
Da-Jiang "David" Zheng grad student Oklahoma State University
Lisa C Hiura grad student 2015- Cornell
Angela R Freeman post-doc 2017- Cornell
Jesus E. Madrid post-doc 2018- Cornell
Aubrey M. Kelly post-doc 2014-2018 Cornell
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Hiura LC, Kelly AM, Ophir AG. (2018) Age-specific and context-specific responses of the medial extended amygdala in the developing prairie vole. Developmental Neurobiology
Hiura LC, Ophir AG. (2018) Interactions of sex and early life social experiences at two developmental stages shape nonapeptide receptor profiles. Integrative Zoology
Kelly AM, Hiura LC, Ophir AG. (2018) Rapid nonapeptide synthesis during a critical period of development in the prairie vole: plasticity of the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus. Brain Structure & Function
Kelly AM, Saunders AG, Ophir AG. (2018) Mechanistic substrates of a life history transition in male prairie voles: Developmental plasticity in affiliation and aggression corresponds to nonapeptide neuronal function. Hormones and Behavior. 99: 14-24
Kelly AM, Hiura LC, Saunders AG, et al. (2017) Oxytocin Neurons Exhibit Extensive Functional Plasticity Due To Offspring Age in Mothers and Fathers. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 57: 603-618
Rice MA, Hobbs LE, Wallace KJ, et al. (2017) Cryptic sexual dimorphism in spatial memory and hippocampal oxytocin receptors in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Hormones and Behavior
Kelly AM, Ophir AG. (2015) Compared to what: What can we say about nonapeptide function and social behavior without a frame of reference? Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 6: 97-103
Okhovat M, Berrio A, Wallace G, et al. (2015) Sexual fidelity trade-offs promote regulatory variation in the prairie vole brain. Science (New York, N.Y.). 350: 1371-4
Zheng DJ, Foley L, Rehman A, et al. (2013) Social recognition is context dependent in single male prairie voles. Animal Behaviour. 86
Ophir AG, Sorochman G, Evans BL, et al. (2013) Stability and dynamics of forebrain vasopressin receptor and oxytocin receptor during pregnancy in prairie voles. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 25: 719-28
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