Lauren Marie Rudolph

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Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
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SNB, gonadal steroids
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Robert E. Stewart research assistant 2006-2008 Washington & Lee University
Paul E. Micevych grad student 2014- UCLA School of Medicine
Dale Robert Sengelaub grad student 2014 Indiana University Bloomington
 (Mechanisms of estrogen-dependent dendrogenesis in motoneurons of the spinal nucleus of the bulbocavernosus.)
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Mittelman-Smith MA, Rudolph LM, Mohr MA, et al. (2017) Rodent Models of Non-classical Progesterone Action Regulating Ovulation. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 8: 165
Rudolph LM, Cornil CA, Mittelman-Smith MA, et al. (2016) Actions of Steroids: New Neurotransmitters. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 11449-11458
Rudolph LM, Bentley GE, Calandra RS, et al. (2016) Peripheral and central mechanisms involved in hormonal control of male and female reproduction. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
Rendon NM, Rudolph LM, Sengelaub DR, et al. (2015) The agonistic adrenal: melatonin elicits female aggression via regulation of adrenal androgens. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Rudolph LM, Sengelaub DR. (2013) Castration-induced upregulation of muscle ERα supports estrogen sensitivity of motoneuron dendrites in a sexually dimorphic neuromuscular system. Developmental Neurobiology. 73: 921-35
Verhovshek T, Rudolph LM, Sengelaub DR. (2013) Brain-derived neurotrophic factor and androgen interactions in spinal neuromuscular systems. Neuroscience. 239: 103-14
Rudolph LM, Sengelaub DR. (2013) Critical period for estrogen-dependent motoneuron dendrite growth is coincident with ERα expression in target musculature. Developmental Neurobiology. 73: 72-84
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