Stacey L. Kigar

Affiliations: 
2003-2007 Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
 2009-2015 Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
 2016- National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
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Parents

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Stephen J. Kron research assistant 2005-2009 (Cell Biology Tree)
William M. Bement grad student 2009-2011 (DevTree)
Anthony P. Auger grad student 2011-2015 UW Madison
Miles Herkenham post-doc 2016- NIMH

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Laurie L. Parker collaborator (Chemistry Tree)
Mary-Ellen Lynall collaborator 2016-
Vaishali P. Bakshi collaborator 2012-2016 UW Madison
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Chang L, Kigar SL, Ho JH, et al. (2018) Early life stress alters opioid receptor mRNA levels within the nucleus accumbens in a sex-dependent manner. Brain Research
Lehmann ML, Weigel TK, Cooper HA, et al. (2018) Decoding microglia responses to psychosocial stress reveals blood-brain barrier breakdown that may drive stress susceptibility. Scientific Reports. 8: 11240
Kigar SL, Chang L, Guerrero CR, et al. (2017) N6-methyladenine is an epigenetic marker of mammalian early life stress. Scientific Reports. 7: 18078
Herkenham M, Kigar SL. (2016) Contributions of the adaptive immune system to mood regulation: Mechanisms and pathways of neuroimmune interactions. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry
Kigar SL, Chang L, Hayne MR, et al. (2016) Sex differences in Gadd45b expression and methylation in the developing rodent amygdala. Brain Research
Kigar SL, Chang L, Auger AP. (2015) Gadd45b is an epigenetic regulator of juvenile social behavior and alters local pro-inflammatory cytokine production in the rodent amygdala. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 46: 60-9
Kigar SL, Auger AP. (2013) Epigenetic mechanisms may underlie the aetiology of sex differences in mental health risk and resilience. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 25: 1141-50
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