Danielle Stolzenberg, Ph.D.

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Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
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Michael Numan grad student 2009 Boston College
 (Dopamine action in the nucleus accumbens and medial preoptic area and the regulation of the hormonal onset of maternal behavior in rats.)
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Stolzenberg DS, Champagne FA. (2015) Hormonal and non-hormonal bases of maternal behavior: The role of experience and epigenetic mechanisms. Hormones and Behavior
Dobolyi A, Grattan DR, Stolzenberg DS. (2014) Preoptic inputs and mechanisms that regulate maternal responsiveness. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 26: 627-40
Stolzenberg DS, Stevens JS, Rissman EF. (2014) Histone deacetylase inhibition induces long-lasting changes in maternal behavior and gene expression in female mice. Endocrinology. 155: 3674-83
Krubitzer L, Stolzenberg DS. (2014) The evolutionary masquerade: genetic and epigenetic contributions to the neocortex. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 24: 157-65
Kinsley CH, Bales KL, Bardi M, et al. (2014) Reproductive experiential regulation of cognitive and emotional resilience Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Stolzenberg DS, Stevens JS, Rissman EF. (2012) Experience-facilitated improvements in pup retrieval; evidence for an epigenetic effect. Hormones and Behavior. 62: 128-35
Stolzenberg DS, Rissman EF. (2011) Oestrogen-independent, experience-induced maternal behaviour in female mice. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 23: 345-54
Stolzenberg DS, Numan M. (2011) Hypothalamic interaction with the mesolimbic DA system in the control of the maternal and sexual behaviors in rats. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 35: 826-47
Stolzenberg DS, Grant PA, Bekiranov S. (2011) Epigenetic methodologies for behavioral scientists. Hormones and Behavior. 59: 407-16
Stolzenberg DS, Zhang KY, Luskin K, et al. (2010) Dopamine D(1) receptor activation of adenylyl cyclase, not phospholipase C, in the nucleus accumbens promotes maternal behavior onset in rats. Hormones and Behavior. 57: 96-104
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