Mark J. Thomas

Affiliations: 
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
Addiction, neural circuits, synaptic plasticity
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Anders Asp research assistant UMN
Rachel Fischer research assistant UMN
Jonathan M. Ehrich research assistant 2005-2006 UMN
Anna E. Ingebretson grad student UMN
Brian M. Sweis grad student UMN
Patrick E. Rothwell grad student 2004-2010 UMN
Rachel D. Penrod-Martin grad student 2007-2012 UMN
Teresa Macheda post-doc UMN
Stephanie R. Ebner post-doc 2013- UMN
Said Kourrich post-doc 2005-2008 UMN
Matthew T. Kelly post-doc 2006-2008 UMN
Manuel Esguerra post-doc 2014-2015 UMN
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Sweis BM, Thomas MJ, Redish AD. (2018) Beyond simple tests of value: measuring addiction as a heterogeneous disease of computation-specific valuation processes. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 25: 501-512
Sweis BM, Abram SV, Schmidt BJ, et al. (2018) Sensitivity to "sunk costs" in mice, rats, and humans. Science (New York, N.Y.). 361: 178-181
Sweis BM, Redish AD, Thomas MJ. (2018) Prolonged abstinence from cocaine or morphine disrupts separable valuations during decision conflict. Nature Communications. 9: 2521
Sweis BM, Thomas MJ, Redish AD. (2018) Mice learn to avoid regret. Plos Biology. 16: e2005853
Sweis BM, Larson EB, Redish AD, et al. (2018) Altering gain of the infralimbic-to-accumbens shell circuit alters economically dissociable decision-making algorithms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Ebner SR, Larson EB, Hearing MC, et al. (2018) Extinction and reinstatement of cocaine-seeking in self-administering mice is associated with bidirectional AMPAR-mediated plasticity in the nucleus accumbens shell. Neuroscience
Hearing M, Graziane N, Dong Y, et al. (2018) Opioid and Psychostimulant Plasticity: Targeting Overlap in Nucleus Accumbens Glutamate Signaling. Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
Ingebretson AE, Hearing MC, Huffington ED, et al. (2017) Endogenous dopamine and endocannabinoid signaling mediate cocaine-induced reversal of AMPAR synaptic potentiation in the nucleus accumbens shell. Neuropharmacology
Tonn Eisinger KR, Larson EB, Boulware MI, et al. (2017) Membrane estrogen receptor signaling impacts the reward circuitry of the female brain to influence motivated behaviors. Steroids
Hearing MC, Jedynak J, Ebner SR, et al. (2016) Reversal of morphine-induced cell-type-specific synaptic plasticity in the nucleus accumbens shell blocks reinstatement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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