Geoffrey Schoenbaum

Affiliations: 
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
Area:
decision, reward
Website:
http://www.schoenbaumlab.org/
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David Roane research assistant 1987-1989 University of Georgia, Athens
Howard Eichenbaum grad student 1989-1994 UNC Chapel Hill
Peter C. Holland post-doc 1994-2003 Johns Hopkins
Michela Gallagher post-doc 1995-2003 Johns Hopkins

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Michael P. Saddoris research assistant
Richard Zachary Haney research assistant 2006-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Domenic Cerri research assistant 2008-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Federica Lucantonio research assistant 2008-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Benjamin Berg research assistant 2012-pres IRP/NIDA/NIH
Theresa Franz research assistant 2003-2007 University of Maryland Medical School
Meredyth A. Wegener research assistant 2010-2011 University of Maryland Medical School
Heather Weid grad student University of Maryland Medical School
Donna Calu grad student 2005-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Nisha Kaul grad student 2009-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Kathryn A. Burke grad student 2003-2009 University of Maryland Medical School
Teghpal Singh grad student 2006-2011 University of Maryland Medical School
Federica Lucantonio grad student 2013 University of Maryland Medical School
Nisha Kaul Cooch grad student 2014 University of Maryland Medical School
Tina Chang post-doc University of Maryland Medical School
Mihaela Iordanova post-doc University of Maryland Medical School
Joshua L. Jones post-doc University of Maryland Medical School
Jingfeng Zhou post-doc
Thomas A. Stalnaker post-doc 2003-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Yuji Takahashi post-doc 2004-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Masaaki Ogawa post-doc 2007-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Guillermo Esber post-doc 2008-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Michael A. McDannald post-doc 2008-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Jason Trageser post-doc 2009-pres University of Maryland Medical School
Brian F. Sadacca post-doc 2012-pres NIDA
Andrew M. Wikenheiser post-doc 2014-pres
Matthew Roesch post-doc 2003-2009 University of Maryland Medical School
Clinton B. McCracken post-doc 2009-2009 University of Maryland Medical School
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Sharpe MJ, Marchant NJ, Whitaker LR, et al. (2017) Lateral Hypothalamic GABAergic Neurons Encode Reward Predictions that Are Relayed to the Ventral Tegmental Area to Regulate Learning. Current Biology : Cb
Lopatina N, Sadacca BF, McDannald MA, et al. (2017) Ensembles in medial and lateral orbitofrontal cortex construct cognitive maps emphasizing different features of the behavioral landscape. Behavioral Neuroscience. 131: 201-212
Langdon AJ, Wikenheiser AM, Schoenbaum G. (2017) Rat mPFC and M2 Play a Waiting Game (at Different Timescales). Neuron. 94: 700-702
Sharpe MJ, Chang CY, Liu MA, et al. (2017) Dopamine transients are sufficient and necessary for acquisition of model-based associations. Nature Neuroscience
Takahashi YK, Stalnaker TA, Roesch MR, et al. (2017) Effects of inference on dopaminergic prediction errors depend on orbitofrontal processing. Behavioral Neuroscience. 131: 127-134
Nasser HM, Calu DJ, Schoenbaum G, et al. (2017) The Dopamine Prediction Error: Contributions to Associative Models of Reward Learning. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 244
Takahashi YK, Schoenbaum G. (2016) Ventral striatal lesions disrupt dopamine neuron signaling of differences in cue value caused by changes in reward timing but not number. Behavioral Neuroscience. 130: 593-599
Iordanova MD, Deroche ML, Esber GR, et al. (2016) Neural correlates of two different types of extinction learning in the amygdala central nucleus. Nature Communications. 7: 12330
Lopatina N, McDannald MA, Styer CV, et al. (2016) Medial Orbitofrontal Neurons Preferentially Signal Cues Predicting Changes in Reward during Unblocking. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8416-24
Schoenbaum G, Chang CY, Lucantonio F, et al. (2016) Thinking Outside the Box: Orbitofrontal Cortex, Imagination, and How we can Treat Addiction. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
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