Sarah C. Woolley

Biology McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
song system, learning
"Sarah Woolley"
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David Crews grad student 2002 UT Austin
 (Genetic and experiential effects on dopaminergic systems.)
Allison Doupe post-doc UCSF
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Schubloom HE, Woolley SC. (2015) Variation in social relationships relates to song preferences and EGR1 expression in a female songbird. Developmental Neurobiology
Woolley SC, Kao MH. (2015) Variability in action: Contributions of a songbird cortical-basal ganglia circuit to vocal motor learning and control. Neuroscience. 296: 39-47
Woolley SC, Rajan R, Joshua M, et al. (2014) Emergence of context-dependent variability across a basal ganglia network. Neuron. 82: 208-23
Woolley SC, Jonathan S Katz. (2008) Cognitive and behavioral impairment in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America. 19: 607-17, xi
Woolley SC, Doupe AJ. (2008) Social context-induced song variation affects female behavior and gene expression. Plos Biology. 6: e62
Woolley SC, O'Malley B, Lydon J, et al. (2006) Genotype differences in behavior and tyrosine hydroxylase expression between wild-type and progesterone receptor knockout mice. Behavioural Brain Research. 167: 197-204
Woolley SC, Sakata JT, Crews D. (2004) Evolutionary insights into the regulation of courtship behavior in male amphibians and reptiles. Physiology & Behavior. 83: 347-60
Woolley SC, Sakata JT, Crews D. (2004) Tyrosine hydroxylase expression is affected by sexual vigor and social environment in male Cnemidophorus inornatus. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 476: 429-39
Woolley SC, Crews D. (2004) Species differences in the regulation of tyrosine hydroxylase in Cnemidophorus whiptail lizards. Journal of Neurobiology. 60: 360-8
Woolley SC, Sakata JT, Crews D. (2004) Tracing the evolution of brain and behavior using two related species of whiptail lizards: Cnemidophorus uniparens and Cnemidophorus inornatus. Ilar Journal / National Research Council, Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources. 45: 46-53
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