Stephen C. Woods

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University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 
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ingestive behavior
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Professor Stephen C. Woods received Ph.D.'s in Physiology and Biophysics as well as Experimental Psychology from the University of Washington in 1970, specializing in the endocrinology and neurobiology of ingestive behavior.He was on the faculty of Columbia University for 3 years and returned to the University of Washington where he became Professor of Psychology and of Medicine in 1978. He was also Chair of the Department of Psychology and Vice Provost for Research. In 1998 he became Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Obesity Research Center at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He is also the Co-Director of the Obesity Research Center at the University of Cincinnati Mouse Diabetes Phenotyping Center, which is funded by the NIH.


Professor Woods has authored over 400 scholarly publications, and has served on numerous scientific committees, review panels, and editorial boards.

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Elisabeth Kaestner grad student 1974 Columbia
Katherine Porikos grad student 1974 Columbia
Paul Joseph Kulkosky grad student 1972-1975 University of Washington
Joseph R. Vasselli grad student 1972-1976 Columbia
Michael V. Vitiello grad student 1973-1980 University of Washington
Leslie Stein grad student 1978-1984 University of Washington
Douglas Stuart Ramsay grad student 1983-1988 University of Washington
Mark R. Chavez grad student 1989-1994 University of Washington
Christine A. Riedy grad student 1990-1996 University of Cincinnati
Ellen L. Air grad student 1999-2002 University of Cincinnati
Matt D. Wortman grad student 2003 University of Cincinnati
Elizabeth A. Duncan-Vaidya grad student 2002-2006 University of Cincinnati
Annette D. de Kloet grad student 2007-2011 University of Cincinnati
Stephen C. Benoit post-doc University of Cincinnati
Bernadette E. Grayson post-doc University of Cincinnati
Karen Koeninger Ryan post-doc University of Cincinnati
Randy J. Seeley post-doc University of Cincinnati School of Medicine
Yvonne M. Ulrich-Lai post-doc University of Cincinnati
Anton J.W. Scheurink post-doc 1989- University of Cincinnati
Dong-Hoon Kim post-doc 2005- University of Cincinnati
Michelle T. Foster post-doc 2007- University of Cincinnati
Rohit Kohli post-doc 2007- CCHMC
Chun-Min Lo post-doc 2007- University of Cincinnati
Denovan P. Begg post-doc 2011- University of Cincinnati
Mary M. Boggiano (Hagan) post-doc 1998-2000 University of Cincinnati
Deborah J. Clegg post-doc 2000-2003 University of Cincinnati
Deborah  L. Drazen post-doc 2001-2005 University of Cincinnati School of Medicine
Lynda M. Brown post-doc 2003-2006 University of Cincinnati
Daniela Cota post-doc 2004-2007 University of Cincinnati
Hella S. Brönneke post-doc 2007-2008 University of Cincinnati
Haifei Claire Shi post-doc 2004-2009 University of Cincinnati
Michelle D. Brot research scientist 1997-1998 University of Washington
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Pfuhlmann K, Schriever SC, Baumann P, et al. (2019) Erratum. Celastrol-Induced Weight Loss Is Driven by Hypophagia and Independent From UCP1. Diabetes 2018;67:2456-2465. Diabetes
García-Cáceres C, Balland E, Prevot V, et al. (2018) Role of astrocytes, microglia, and tanycytes in brain control of systemic metabolism. Nature Neuroscience
Pfuhlmann K, Schriever SC, Baumann P, et al. (2018) Celastrol Induced Weight Loss is Driven by Hypophagia and Independent From UCP1. Diabetes
Liu M, Tso P, Woods SC. (2018) Receptor CD36 links a risk-associated allele to obesity and metabolic disorders. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 293: 13349-13350
Goetz A, Lehti M, Donelan E, et al. (2018) Circulating HDL levels control hypothalamic astrogliosis via ApoA-I. Journal of Lipid Research
Langhans W, Adan R, Arnold M, et al. (2018) New horizons for future research - Critical issues to consider for maximizing research excellence and impact. Molecular Metabolism
Woods SC, May-Zhang AA, Begg DP. (2018) How and why do gastrointestinal peptides influence food intake? Physiology & Behavior
Kleinert M, Clemmensen C, Hofmann SM, et al. (2018) Animal models of obesity and diabetes mellitus. Nature Reviews. Endocrinology
Shen L, Liu Y, Tso P, et al. (2017) Silencing steroid receptor coactivator-1 in the nucleus of the solitary tract reduces estrogenic effects on feeding and apolipoprotein A-IV expression. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Shen L, Wang DQH, Xu M, et al. (2017) BDNF/TrkB signaling mediates the anorectic action of estradiol in the nucleus tractus solitarius. Oncotarget. 8: 84028-84038
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