Tristan Shuman, Ph.D.

2017- Neuroscience Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, United States 
Epilepsy, Memory, Addiction
"Tristan Shuman"
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Stephan G. Anagnostaras grad student 2012 UCSD
 (The role of psychostimulants in addiction-related learning and memory in mice.)
Peyman Golshani post-doc 2012-2017 UCLA
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Shuman T, Amendolara B, Golshani P. (2017) Theta Rhythmopathy as a Cause of Cognitive Disability in TLE. Epilepsy Currents. 17: 107-111
Cai DJ, Aharoni D, Shuman T, et al. (2016) A shared neural ensemble links distinct contextual memories encoded close in time. Nature. 534: 115-8
Sano Y, Shobe JL, Zhou M, et al. (2014) CREB regulates memory allocation in the insular cortex. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 2833-7
Cowansage KK, Shuman T, Dillingham BC, et al. (2014) Direct reactivation of a coherent neocortical memory of context. Neuron. 84: 432-41
Wood S, Sage JR, Shuman T, et al. (2014) Psychostimulants and cognition: a continuum of behavioral and cognitive activation. Pharmacological Reviews. 66: 193-221
Shuman T, Cai DJ, Sage JR, et al. (2012) Interactions between modafinil and cocaine during the induction of conditioned place preference and locomotor sensitization in mice: implications for addiction. Behavioural Brain Research. 235: 105-12
Mednick SC, Cai DJ, Shuman T, et al. (2011) An opportunistic theory of cellular and systems consolidation. Trends in Neurosciences. 34: 504-14
Anagnostaras SG, Wood SC, Shuman T, et al. (2010) Automated assessment of pavlovian conditioned freezing and shock reactivity in mice using the video freeze system. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 4
Cai DJ, Shuman T, Harrison EM, et al. (2009) Sleep deprivation and Pavlovian fear conditioning. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 16: 595-9
Cai DJ, Shuman T, Gorman MR, et al. (2009) Sleep selectively enhances hippocampus-dependent memory in mice. Behavioral Neuroscience. 123: 713-9
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