Lawrence Reagan, PhD

Affiliations: 
Pharmacology, Physiology, & Neuroscience University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Area:
hippocampus, stress, amygdala, diabetes, glucose, learning and memory
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Hill MN, Hunter R, Reagan LP. (2019) Editorial: A brief overview of the 2018 Neurobiology of Stress Workshop. Neurobiology of Stress. 11: 100193
Grillo CA, Woodruff J, Macht VA, et al. (2019) Insulin resistance and hippocampal dysfunction: Disentangling peripheral and brain causes from consequences. Experimental Neurology
Macht VA, Woodruff JL, Maissy ES, et al. (2019) Pyridostigmine bromide and stress interact to impact immune function, cholinergic neurochemistry and behavior in a rat model of Gulf War Illness. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Macht VA, Woodruff JL, Grillo CA, et al. (2018) Pathophysiology in a model of Gulf War Illness: Contributions of pyridostigmine bromide and stress. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 96: 195-202
Finnell JE, Muniz BL, Padi AR, et al. (2018) Essential Role of Ovarian Hormones in Susceptibility to the Consequences of Witnessing Social Defeat in Female Rats. Biological Psychiatry
Macht VA, Reagan LP. (2017) Chronic stress from adolescence to aging in the prefrontal cortex: A neuroimmune perspective. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology
Van Doorn C, Macht VA, Grillo CA, et al. (2017) Leptin resistance and hippocampal behavioral deficits. Physiology & Behavior
Macht VA, Vazquez M, Petyak C, et al. (2016) Leptin resistance elicts depressive-like behaviors in rats. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Wilson MA, Reagan LP. (2016) Special Issue: New Perspectives in PTSD. Experimental Neurology. 284: 115-118
Fadel JR, Reagan LP. (2016) Stop signs in hippocampal insulin signaling: the role of insulin resistance in structural, functional and behavioral deficits. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 9: 47-54
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