Nina S. Hasen, Ph.D.

2007 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Maternal Aggression
"Nina Hasen"
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Stephen C. Gammie grad student 2007 UW Madison
 (Mothering by nose: The vomeronasal organ mediates maternal behavior.)
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Hasen NS, Gammie SC. (2011) Trpc2-deficient lactating mice exhibit altered brain and behavioral responses to bedding stimuli. Behavioural Brain Research. 217: 347-53
Hasen NS, O'Leary KA, Auger AP, et al. (2010) Social isolation reduces mammary development, tumor incidence, and expression of epigenetic regulators in wild-type and p53-heterozygotic mice. Cancer Prevention Research (Philadelphia, Pa.). 3: 620-9
Hasen NS, Gammie SC. (2009) Trpc2 gene impacts on maternal aggression, accessory olfactory bulb anatomy and brain activity. Genes, Brain, and Behavior. 8: 639-49
Champagne FA, Curley JP, Swaney WT, et al. (2009) Paternal influence on female behavior: the role of Peg3 in exploration, olfaction, and neuroendocrine regulation of maternal behavior of female mice. Behavioral Neuroscience. 123: 469-80
Hasen NS, Gammie SC. (2006) Maternal aggression: new insights from Egr-1. Brain Research. 1108: 147-56
Gammie SC, Hasen NS, Awad TA, et al. (2005) Gene array profiling of large hypothalamic CNS regions in lactating and randomly cycling virgin mice. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 139: 201-11
Hasen NS, Gammie SC. (2005) Differential fos activation in virgin and lactating mice in response to an intruder. Physiology & Behavior. 84: 681-95
Gammie SC, Hasen NS, Stevenson SA, et al. (2005) Elevated stress sensitivity in corticotropin-releasing factor receptor 2 deficient mice decreases maternal, but not intermale aggression. Behavioural Brain Research. 160: 169-77
Gammie SC, Hasen NS, Rhodes JS, et al. (2003) Predatory aggression, but not maternal or intermale aggression, is associated with high voluntary wheel-running behavior in mice. Hormones and Behavior. 44: 209-21
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