Mark B. Moss

Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
"Mark Moss"
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Uprety A, Moss MB, Rosene DL, et al. (2021) Curcumin improves reversal learning in middle-aged rhesus monkeys. Behavioral Neuroscience
Farris CW, Killiany RJ, O'Donoghue E, et al. (2021) The relationship of age and hypertension with cognition and gray matter cerebral blood volume in a rhesus monkey model of human aging. Behavioral Neuroscience
Koo BB, Calderazzo S, Bowley BGE, et al. (2018) Long-term Effects of Curcumin in the Non-human Primate Brain. Brain Research Bulletin
Moore TL, Bowley BGE, Shultz PL, et al. (2018) Oral curcumin supplementation improves fine motor function in the middle-aged rhesus monkey. Somatosensory & Motor Research. 1-10
Farrar DC, Mian AZ, Budson AE, et al. (2017) Functional brain networks involved in decision-making under certain and uncertain conditions. Neuroradiology
Moore TL, Bowley B, Shultz P, et al. (2017) Chronic curcumin treatment improves spatial working memory but not recognition memory in middle-aged rhesus monkeys. Geroscience
Farrar DC, Mian AZ, Budson AE, et al. (2017) Retained executive abilities in mild cognitive impairment are associated with increased white matter network connectivity. European Radiology
Hainsworth AH, Allan SM, Boltze J, et al. (2017) Translational models for vascular cognitive impairment: a review including larger species. Bmc Medicine. 15: 16
Moore TL, Schettler SP, Killiany RJ, et al. (2012) Impairment in delayed nonmatching to sample following lesions of dorsal prefrontal cortex. Behavioral Neuroscience. 126: 772-80
Moore TL, Killiany RJ, Pessina MA, et al. (2012) Recovery from ischemia in the middle-aged brain: a nonhuman primate model. Neurobiology of Aging. 33: 619.e9-619.e24
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