Douglas W. Wacker, Ph.D.

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Biological Sciences University of Washington Bothell 
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John C. Wingfield grad student 2007 University of Washington
 (Steroid regulation of seasonal territorial aggression in the male song sparrow, Melospiza melodia morphna.)
Simone L. Meddle post-doc University of Washington Bothell
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Wingfield JC, Wacker DW, Bentley GE, et al. (2018) Brain-Derived Steroids, Behavior and Endocrine Conflicts Across Life History Stages in Birds: A Perspective. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 9: 270
Wacker DW, Khalaj S, Jones LJ, et al. (2016) Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) heightens aggression and increases androgen receptor and aromatase mRNA expression in the brain of a male songbird. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
Wacker DW, Ludwig M. (2012) Vasopressin, oxytocin, and social odor recognition. Hormones and Behavior. 61: 259-65
Wacker DW, Engelmann M, Tobin VA, et al. (2011) Vasopressin and social odor processing in the olfactory bulb and anterior olfactory nucleus. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1220: 106-16
Wacker DW, Tobin VA, Noack J, et al. (2010) Expression of early growth response protein 1 in vasopressin neurones of the rat anterior olfactory nucleus following social odour exposure. The Journal of Physiology. 588: 4705-17
Wacker DW, Wingfield JC, Davis JE, et al. (2010) Seasonal changes in aromatase and androgen receptor, but not estrogen receptor mRNA expression in the brain of the free-living male song sparrow, Melospiza melodia morphna. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 518: 3819-35
Tobin VA, Hashimoto H, Wacker DW, et al. (2010) An intrinsic vasopressin system in the olfactory bulb is involved in social recognition. Nature. 464: 413-7
Pradhan DS, Newman AE, Wacker DW, et al. (2010) Aggressive interactions rapidly increase androgen synthesis in the brain during the non-breeding season. Hormones and Behavior. 57: 381-9
Sperry TS, Wacker DW, Wingfield JC. (2010) The role of androgen receptors in regulating territorial aggression in male song sparrows. Hormones and Behavior. 57: 86-95
Wacker DW, Coverdill AJ, Bauer CM, et al. (2010) Male territorial aggression and androgen modulation in high latitude populations of the Sooty, Passerella iliaca sinuosa, and Red Fox Sparrow, Passerella iliaca zaboria Journal of Ornithology. 151: 79-86
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