Barbara A. Horwitz

Affiliations: 
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Cellular Neuroscience, Aging, Body weight regulation
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Jonathan T. Ting research assistant 2000-2002 UC Davis
Brant A. De Fanti grad student 2000 UC Davis
Erwin A. Bautista grad student 2001 UC Davis
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Horowitz JM, Horwitz BA. (2019) Extreme Neuroplasticity of Hippocampal CA1 Pyramidal Neurons in Hibernating Mammalian Species. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 13: 9
Hamilton JS, Chau SM, Malins KJ, et al. (2017) Syrian hamster neuroplasticity mechanisms fail as temperature declines to 15 °C, but histaminergic neuromodulation persists. Journal of Comparative Physiology. B, Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology
Mikhailova A, Mack J, Vitagliano N, et al. (2016) Recovery of Syrian hamster hippocampal signaling following its depression during oxygen-glucose deprivation is enhanced by cold temperatures and by hibernation. Neuroscience Letters
Molina PE, Horwitz B, Carey HV, et al. (2015) How Diversity is Becoming a Reality in the American Physiological Society. The Physiologist. 58: 159, 161-6
Molina PE, Horwitz B, Carey HV, et al. (2015) We’ve come a long way! How diversity is becoming a reality in the American Physiological Society Physiologist. 58: 160
Sekizawa S, Horwitz BA, Horowitz JM, et al. (2013) Protection of signal processing at low temperature in baroreceptive neurons in the nucleus tractus solitarius of Syrian hamsters, a hibernating species. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 305: R1153-62
Horwitz BA, Chau SM, Hamilton JS, et al. (2013) Temporal relationships of blood pressure, heart rate, baroreflex function, and body temperature change over a hibernation bout in Syrian hamsters. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 305: R759-68
Smith P, Horwitz B, Sasser J. (2012) Conflict resolution: how to keep everyone happy! The Physiologist. 55: 61-2
Lewis CJ, Becker JJ, Manis AD, et al. (2012) Neuroprotection supports signal processing in the hippocampus of Syrian hamsters, a facultative hibernator. Neuroscience Letters. 520: 20-5
Carey HV, Martin SL, Horwitz BA, et al. (2012) Elucidating nature's solutions to heart, lung, and blood diseases and sleep disorders. Circulation Research. 110: 915-21
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