Robert M. Sapolsky

Affiliations: 
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
Neuron death, stress, gene therapy
Website:
http://med.stanford.edu/profiles/Robert_Sapolsky/
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Parents

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Melvin Konner research assistant Emory
Bruce S. McEwen grad student 1984 Rockefeller
Wylie Vale post-doc Salk Institute

Children

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Johannes Hugo Decker research assistant Sackler Institute of Developmental Psychobiology
Rudy Bellani research assistant 2004-2005 Stanford
Lara Maria Rangel research assistant 2003-2006 UCSD
Alireza Karimi Javan research assistant 2005-2006
Olu Ajilore grad student Stanford University Medical School
Deveroux Ferguson grad student Stanford
Nate Manley grad student Stanford
Tim Meier grad student Stanford
L. Michael Romero grad student
Mani/Madhuri Roy grad student Stanford
Geoff Tombaugh grad student Memory Pharmaceuticals
Olusola Alade Ajilore grad student 2001 Stanford
Madhuri Roy grad student 2002 Stanford
Ilana S. Hairston grad student 1998-2004 Stanford
Shawn Sorrells grad student 2011 Stanford
Tonya Bliss post-doc Stanford
Michelle Y. Cheng post-doc Stanford
Jenny/Yun-Chia Chou post-doc National Yang-Ming Univ, Taiwan
Klaus Dinkel post-doc Leibniz Institute, Germany
Ted Dumas post-doc University of Oregon
Ki A. Goosens post-doc MIT
Dora Y. Ho post-doc Stanford
Heidi Horner post-doc Elan Pharmaceuticals
Lauren Jacobson post-doc Albany Medical College
Daniela Kaufer post-doc UC Berkeley
Angela Lee post-doc Stanford
Rupshi Mitra post-doc Biologial Sciences
Andrea Nicholas post-doc
William Ogle post-doc UF Gainesville
Sarina M. Rodrigues post-doc Stanford
Kate Raley Susman post-doc Vassar
Ajai Vyas post-doc Stanford
Heng Zhao post-doc Stanford Medical School
Javier R. Caso post-doc 2008- Stanford
Andrew K. Evans post-doc 2009- Stanford
Avis Brennan Hains post-doc 2009- Stanford
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Dhabhar FS, Meaney MJ, Sapolsky RM, et al. (2020) Reflections on Bruce S. McEwen's contributions to stress neurobiology and so much more. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-10
Wang P, Xie R, Cheng M, et al. (2018) The mTOR cell signaling pathway is crucial to the long-term protective effects of ischemic postconditioning against stroke. Neuroscience Letters
De Miguel Z, Haditsch U, Palmer TD, et al. (2018) Adult-generated neurons born during chronic social stress are uniquely adapted to respond to subsequent chronic social stress. Molecular Psychiatry
Sapolsky RM. (2015) Stress and the brain: individual variability and the inverted-U. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 1344-6
Lee IP, Evans AK, Yang C, et al. (2014) Toxoplasma gondii is dependent on glutamine and alters migratory profile of infected host bone marrow derived immune cells through SNAT2 and CXCR4 pathways. Plos One. 9: e109803
Sorrells SF, Munhoz CD, Manley NC, et al. (2014) Glucocorticoids increase excitotoxic injury and inflammation in the hippocampus of adult male rats. Neuroendocrinology. 100: 129-40
Xie R, Wang P, Cheng M, et al. (2014) Mammalian target of rapamycin cell signaling pathway contributes to the protective effects of ischemic postconditioning against stroke. Stroke; a Journal of Cerebral Circulation. 45: 2769-76
Chetty S, Friedman AR, Taravosh-Lahn K, et al. (2014) Stress and glucocorticoids promote oligodendrogenesis in the adult hippocampus. Molecular Psychiatry. 19: 1275-83
Evans AK, Strassmann PS, Lee IP, et al. (2014) Patterns of Toxoplasma gondii cyst distribution in the forebrain associate with individual variation in predator odor avoidance and anxiety-related behavior in male Long-Evans rats. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 37: 122-33
Meaney MJ, Aitken DH, Bodnoff SR, et al. (2013) Early postnatal handling alters glucocorticoid receptor concentrations in selected brain regions. Behavioral Neuroscience. 127: 637-41
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