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Gemma Casadesus, PhD, Tufts University

Neuroscience Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
"Gemma Casadesus"

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Patrick S, Corrigan R, Grizzani J, et al. (2019) Neuroprotective Effects of the Amylin Analog, Pramlintide, on Alzheimer's Disease Are Associated with Oxidative Stress Regulation Mechanisms. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : Jad
Blair JA, Bhatta S, Casadesus G. (2019) CNS luteinizing hormone receptor activation rescues ovariectomy-related loss of spatial memory and neuronal plasticity. Neurobiology of Aging. 78: 111-120
Bhatta S, Blair JA, Casadesus G. (2018) Luteinizing Hormone Involvement in Aging Female Cognition: Not All Is Estrogen Loss. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 9: 544
Grizzanti J, Corrigan R, Casadesus G. (2018) Neuroprotective Effects of Amylin Analogues on Alzheimer's Disease Pathogenesis and Cognition. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : Jad
Ettcheto M, Sánchez-López E, Gómez-Mínguez Y, et al. (2018) Peripheral and Central Effects of Memantine in a Mixed Preclinical Mice Model of Obesity and Familial Alzheimer's Disease. Molecular Neurobiology
Folch J, Busquets O, Sánchez-López ME, et al. (2017) Experimental models for aging and their potential for novel drug discovery. Current Neuropharmacology
Grizzanti J, Lee HG, Camins A, et al. (2016) The therapeutic potential of metabolic hormones in the treatment of age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer disease. Nutrition Research (New York, N.Y.)
Blair JA, Wang C, Hernandez D, et al. (2016) Correction: Individual Case Analysis of Postmortem Interval Time on Brain Tissue Preservation. Plos One. 11: e0157209
Blair JA, Wang C, Hernandez D, et al. (2016) Individual Case Analysis of Postmortem Interval Time on Brain Tissue Preservation. Plos One. 11: e0151615
Blair JA, Palm R, Chang J, et al. (2015) Luteinizing hormone downregulation but not estrogen replacement improves ovariectomy-associated cognition and spine density loss independently of treatment onset timing. Hormones and Behavior
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