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Antonio R Fidalgo, PhD

Behavioural Neuroscience
"Antonio R Fidalgo"

Antonio Rei Fidalgo is a neurobehavioural researcher interested in social cognition and health. He read for the PhD degree in Behavioural Neuroscience at Imperial College London and underwent post-doctoral training at the University of Tokyo and UCL. Antonio also holds a teaching qualification for university lecturers from King's College London and is a Senior Fellow (SFHEA) of the Higher Education Academy.

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Katsumi Watanabe post-doc 2012-2012 University of Tokyo
 (Cognitive Science)
Mary Carskadon research scientist 2006-2006 Brown
 (Sleep Medicine)
Istvan Nagy research scientist 2007-2011 Imperial College School of Medicine
 (Pain Medicine)
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Fidalgo AR, Cibelli M, White JP, et al. (2012) Isoflurane causes neocortical but not hippocampal-dependent memory impairment in mice. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. 56: 1052-7
Fidalgo AR, Cibelli M, White JP, et al. (2011) Peripheral orthopaedic surgery down-regulates hippocampal brain-derived neurotrophic factor and impairs remote memory in mouse. Neuroscience. 190: 194-9
Fidalgo AR, Cibelli M, White JP, et al. (2011) Systemic inflammation enhances surgery-induced cognitive dysfunction in mice. Neuroscience Letters. 498: 63-6
White JP, Ko CW, Fidalgo AR, et al. (2011) Severe burn injury induces a characteristic activation of extracellular signal-regulated kinase 1/2 in spinal dorsal horn neurons. European Journal of Pain (London, England). 15: 683-90
White JP, Cibelli M, Fidalgo AR, et al. (2011) Extracellular signal-regulated kinases in pain of peripheral origin. European Journal of Pharmacology. 650: 8-17
White JP, Cibelli M, Fidalgo AR, et al. (2010) Sensitization of the transient receptor potential vanilloid type 1 ion channel by isoflurane or sevoflurane does not result in extracellular signal-regulated kinase 1/2 activation in rat spinal dorsal horn neurons. Neuroscience. 166: 633-8
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