Anthony Burgos-Robles

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2004-2010 Biomedical Science Ponce School of Medicine, Puerto Rico, Ponce, Ponce, Puerto Rico 
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Burgos-Robles A, Gothard KM, Monfils MH, et al. (2019) Conserved features of anterior cingulate networks support observational learning across species. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Vander Weele CM, Siciliano CA, Matthews GA, et al. (2018) Dopamine enhances signal-to-noise ratio in cortical-brainstem encoding of aversive stimuli. Nature
Diehl MM, Bravo-Rivera C, Rodriguez-Romaguera J, et al. (2018) Active avoidance requires inhibitory signaling in the rodent prelimbic prefrontal cortex. Elife. 7
Allsop SA, Wichmann R, Mills F, et al. (2018) Corticoamygdala Transfer of Socially Derived Information Gates Observational Learning. Cell
Diehl MM, Bravo-Rivera C, Rodriguez-Romaguera J, et al. (2018) Author response: Active avoidance requires inhibitory signaling in the rodent prelimbic prefrontal cortex Elife
Burgos-Robles A, Kimchi EY, Izadmehr EM, et al. (2017) Amygdala inputs to prefrontal cortex guide behavior amid conflicting cues of reward and punishment. Nature Neuroscience
Gisabella B, Farah S, Peng X, et al. (2016) Growth hormone biases amygdala network activation after fear learning. Translational Psychiatry. 6: e960
Felix-Ortiz AC, Burgos-Robles A, Bhagat ND, et al. (2015) Bidirectional modulation of anxiety-related and social behaviors by amygdala projections to the medial prefrontal cortex. Neuroscience
Meyer RM, Burgos-Robles A, Liu E, et al. (2014) A ghrelin-growth hormone axis drives stress-induced vulnerability to enhanced fear. Molecular Psychiatry. 19: 1284-94
Pendyam S, Bravo-Rivera C, Burgos-Robles A, et al. (2013) Fear signaling in the prelimbic-amygdala circuit: a computational modeling and recording study. Journal of Neurophysiology. 110: 844-61
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