Victoria N. Luine

Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY, United States 
gonadal hormones, adrenal hormones, monoamines, memory, lordosis
"Victoria Luine"
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Christopher  M. Saenz research assistant Hunter College, CUNY
Jenna M. Carter research assistant 2008-2010 SUNY Binghamton
Kevin D. Beck grad student 1993-1999 Hunter College, CUNY
Christine P. Weber grad student 2000 CUNY
Meredith E. Kneavel grad student 2001 CUNY
Emilce Carrasco grad student 2002 CUNY
Peregrine L. Murphy grad student 2002 CUNY
Amber B. Hodges grad student 2004 CUNY
Abbe H. Macbeth grad student 2006 CUNY
Luis F. Jacome grad student 2007 CUNY
Maureen E. Wallace grad student 2007 CUNY
Govini Mohan grad student 2008 CUNY
Ayanna K. Alexander grad student 2010 CUNY
Tomoko Inagaki grad student 2010 CUNY
Juan L. Gomez grad student 2012 CUNY
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Jacome LF, Barateli K, Buitrago D, et al. (2016) Gonadal hormones rapidly enhance spatial memory and increase hippocampal spine density in male rats. Endocrinology. en20151959
Zanca RM, Braren SH, Maloney B, et al. (2015) Environmental Enrichment Increases Glucocorticoid Receptors and Decreases GluA2 and Protein Kinase M Zeta (PKMζ) Trafficking During Chronic Stress: A Protective Mechanism? Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 303
Bowman RE, Luine V, Diaz Weinstein S, et al. (2015) Bisphenol-A exposure during adolescence leads to enduring alterations in cognition and dendritic spine density in adult male and female rats. Hormones and Behavior. 69: 89-97
Luine V, Frankfurt M. (2015) Introduction to the Special Issue Estradiol and Cognition: Molecules to Mind Hormones and Behavior. 74: 1-3
Frankfurt M, Luine V. (2015) The evolving role of dendritic spines and memory: Interaction(s) with estradiol Hormones and Behavior. 74: 28-36
Luine V. (2015) Estradiol: Mediator of memories, spine density and cognitive resilience to stress in female rodents Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Luine VN. (2014) Estradiol and cognitive function: past, present and future. Hormones and Behavior. 66: 602-18
Bowman RE, Luine V, Khandaker H, et al. (2014) Adolescent bisphenol-A exposure decreases dendritic spine density: role of sex and age. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 68: 498-507
Gomez JL, Luine VN. (2014) Female rats exposed to stress and alcohol show impaired memory and increased depressive-like behaviors. Physiology & Behavior. 123: 47-54
Luine V. (2014) Recognition memory tasks in neuroendocrine research Behavioural Brain Research
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