Colin Seamus Cunningham, PhD

2014-2017 Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 2017- Center for Tobacco Products Food and Drug Administration 
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Cunningham CS, Moerke MJ, McMahon LR. (2019) Discriminative stimulus effects of mecamylamine and nicotine in rhesus monkeys: Central and peripheral mechanisms. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 179: 27-33
Cunningham CS, Moerke MJ, Javors MA, et al. (2016) Attenuated nicotine-like effects of varenicline but not other nAChR agonists in monkeys receiving nicotine daily. British Journal of Pharmacology
Cunningham CS, Moerke MJ, McMahon LR. (2014) The discriminative stimulus effects of mecamylamine in nicotine-treated and untreated rhesus monkeys. Behavioural Pharmacology. 25: 296-305
Rodriguez JS, Cunningham CS, Moura FB, et al. (2014) Discriminative stimulus and hypothermic effects of some derivatives of the nAChR agonist epibatidine in mice. Psychopharmacology. 231: 4455-66
Cunningham CS, McMahon LR. (2013) Multiple nicotine training doses in mice as a basis for differentiating the effects of smoking cessation aids. Psychopharmacology. 228: 321-33
Cunningham CS, Javors MA, McMahon LR. (2012) Pharmacologic characterization of a nicotine-discriminative stimulus in rhesus monkeys. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 341: 840-9
Cunningham CS, McMahon LR. (2011) The effects of nicotine, varenicline, and cytisine on schedule-controlled responding in mice: differences in α4β2 nicotinic receptor activation. European Journal of Pharmacology. 654: 47-52
Polston JE, Cunningham CS, Rodvelt KR, et al. (2006) Lobeline augments and inhibits cocaine-induced hyperactivity in rats. Life Sciences. 79: 981-90
Cunningham CS, Polston JE, Jany JR, et al. (2006) Interaction of lobeline and nicotinic receptor ligands with the discriminative stimulus properties of cocaine and amphetamine. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 84: 211-22
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