Paul J. Fitzgerald

2012-2017 Psychology Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
 2017- Psychiatry University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Cerda IH, Fitzgerald PJ. (2021) An electrophysiological model of major depression: Relevance to clinical subtyping and pharmacological management. Psychiatry Research. 303: 114054
Fitzgerald PJ. (2021) Diurnal build-up of norepinephrine may underlie sundowning in dementia. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 206: 106702
Weston RG, Fitzgerald PJ, Watson BO. (2021) Repeated Dosing of Ketamine in the Forced Swim Test: Are Multiple Shots Better Than One? Frontiers in Psychiatry. 12: 659052
Fitzgerald PJ, Hale PJ, Ghimire A, et al. (2021) Multiple cholinesterase inhibitors have antidepressant-like properties in the mouse forced swim test. Behavioural Brain Research. 409: 113323
Fitzgerald PJ. (2021) Norepinephrine may be an underlying factor in chemobrain. International Journal of Cancer
Fitzgerald PJ, Kounelis-Wuillaume SK, Gheidi A, et al. (2021) Sex- and stress-dependent effects of a single injection of ketamine on open field and forced swim behavior. Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1-9
Fitzgerald PJ, Hale PJ, Ghimire A, et al. (2020) Repurposing Cholinesterase Inhibitors as Antidepressants? Dose and Stress-Sensitivity May Be Critical to Opening Possibilities. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 14: 620119
Fitzgerald PJ, Hale PJ, Ghimire A, et al. (2020) The cholinesterase inhibitor donepezil has antidepressant-like properties in the mouse forced swim test. Translational Psychiatry. 10: 255
Fitzgerald PJ. (2020) Noradrenergic and serotonergic drugs may have opposing effects on COVID-19 cytokine storm and associated psychological effects. Medical Hypotheses. 144: 109985
Fitzgerald PJ. (2020) Serious infection may systemically increase noradrenergic signaling and produce psychological effects. Medical Hypotheses. 139: 109692
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