Daniel Scott

Affiliations: 
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, NY, United States 
Area:
nicotine dependence
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Noboru Hiroi grad student 2011 Yeshiva University
 (Deconstructing nicotine cue reactivity: cortical control, PKG-dependent maintenance, and incentive-withdrawal interaction.)
Carol A. Tamminga post-doc 2013- UT Southwestern
Jane R. Taylor post-doc 2011-2013 Yale School of Medicine
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Segev A, Yanagi M, Scott D, et al. (2018) Reduced GluN1 in mouse dentate gyrus is associated with CA3 hyperactivity and psychosis-like behaviors. Molecular Psychiatry
Scott D, Tamminga CA. (2017) Effects of genetic and environmental risk for schizophrenia on hippocampal activity and psychosis-like behavior in mice. Behavioural Brain Research
Suzuki G, Tokuno S, Nibuya M, et al. (2014) Decreased plasma brain-derived neurotrophic factor and vascular endothelial growth factor concentrations during military training. Plos One. 9: e89455
Scott D, Taylor JR. (2014) Chronic nicotine attenuates phencyclidine-induced impulsivity in a mouse serial reaction time task. Behavioural Brain Research. 259: 164-73
Lapidus KA, Nwokafor C, Scott D, et al. (2012) Transgenic expression of ZBP1 in neurons suppresses cocaine-associated conditioning. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 19: 35-42
Scott D, Hiroi N. (2011) Deconstructing craving: dissociable cortical control of cue reactivity in nicotine addiction. Biological Psychiatry. 69: 1052-9
Scott D, Hiroi N. (2010) Emergence of dormant conditioned incentive approach by conditioned withdrawal in nicotine addiction. Biological Psychiatry. 68: 726-32
Zhu H, Lee M, Guan F, et al. (2005) DARPP-32 phosphorylation opposes the behavioral effects of nicotine. Biological Psychiatry. 58: 981-9
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