Matthew E. Carter, PhD

Affiliations: 
University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
 2007-2012 Stanford University Medical School 
 2015- Williams College, Williamstown, MA, United States 
Area:
feeding, optogenetics
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Kim JH, Kromm GH, Barnhill OK, et al. (2022) A discrete parasubthalamic nucleus subpopulation plays a critical role in appetite suppression. Elife. 11
Carter ME. (2022) Neuroethology: Regulation of pre-sleep behaviors. Current Biology : Cb. 32: R160-R162
Adamantidis AR, Schmidt MH, Carter ME, et al. (2020) A circuit perspective on narcolepsy. Sleep
Goldstein N, Levine BJ, Loy KA, et al. (2018) Hypothalamic Neurons that Regulate Feeding Can Influence Sleep/Wake States Based on Homeostatic Need. Current Biology : Cb
Iyer M, Essner RA, Klingenberg B, et al. (2018) Identification of discrete, intermingled hypocretin neuronal populations. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Vicent MA, Mook CL, Carter ME. (2018) POMC neurons in heat: A link between warm temperatures and appetite suppression. Plos Biology. 16: e2006188
Essner RA, Smith AG, Jamnik AA, et al. (2017) AgRP neurons can increase food intake during conditions of appetite suppression and inhibit anorexigenic parabrachial neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Bonnavion P, Jackson A, Carter M, et al. (2016) Les interactions hypothalamiques hypocrétine-leptine modulent les niveaux de stress : quelles implications sur les régulations veille/sommeil ? MéDecine Du Sommeil. 13: 49
Graebner AK, Iyer M, Carter ME. (2015) Understanding how discrete populations of hypothalamic neurons orchestrate complicated behavioral states. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 9: 111
Carter ME, Han S, Palmiter RD. (2015) Parabrachial calcitonin gene-related peptide neurons mediate conditioned taste aversion. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 4582-6
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