Stephanie Correa, PhD

Affiliations: 
Integrative Biology and Physiology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Estrogen signaling, energy balance
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Elizabeth Adkins-Regan grad student Cornell
Holly A. Ingraham post-doc (Chemistry Tree)

Children

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Megan G. Massa grad student 2016- UCLA
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Correa SM, Newstrom DW, Warne JP, et al. (2015) An estrogen-responsive module in the ventromedial hypothalamus selectively drives sex-specific activity in females. Cell Reports. 10: 62-74
Adkins-Regan E, Banerjee SB, Correa SM, et al. (2013) Maternal effects in quail and zebra finches: Behavior and hormones. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 190: 34-41
Correa SM, Washburn LL, Kahlon RS, et al. (2012) Sex reversal in C57BL/6J XY mice caused by increased expression of ovarian genes and insufficient activation of the testis determining pathway. Plos Genetics. 8: e1002569
Correa SM, Horan CM, Johnson PA, et al. (2011) Copulatory behaviors and body condition predict post-mating female hormone concentrations, fertilization success, and primary sex ratios in Japanese quail. Hormones and Behavior. 59: 556-64
Safran RJ, McGraw KJ, Pilz KM, et al. (2010) Egg-yolk androgen and carotenoid deposition as a function of maternal social environment in barn swallows Hirundo rustica Journal of Avian Biology. 41: 470-478
Lee HJ, Pazin DE, Kahlon RS, et al. (2009) Novel markers of early ovarian pre-granulosa cells are expressed in an Sry-like pattern. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists. 238: 812-25
Safran RJ, Pilz KM, McGraw KJ, et al. (2008) Are yolk androgens and carotenoids in barn swallow eggs related to parental quality? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 62: 427-438
McGraw KJ, Correa SM, Adkins-Regan E. (2006) Testosterone upregulates lipoprotein status to control sexual attractiveness in a colorful songbird Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 60: 117-122
Correa SM, Adkins-Regan E, Johnson PA. (2005) High progesterone during avian meiosis biases sex ratios toward females. Biology Letters. 1: 215-8
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