Howard L. Fields

Affiliations: 
University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
 University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
opioid regulation of motivated behaviors, synaptic and circuit mechanisms, pain, addiction
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Ken Taro Wakabayashi research assistant 2000-2003 Ernest Gallo Clinic and Research Center, UCSF
Daicia C. Allen research assistant 2009-2012 UCSF
Allison Coker grad student UCSF
Jennifer M. Mitchell grad student UCSF
Julia A. Mossbridge grad student UCSF
Irene A. Yun grad student 2002 UCSF
Irene Yun Salter grad student 1998-2002 UCSF
Elyssa B. Margolis grad student 2003 University of California, San Francisco with the University of California, Berkeley
Paul Walter German grad student 2005 UCSF
Joshua D. Woolley grad student 2005 UCSF
Steven J. Shabel grad student 2008 UCSF
Ali Ghazizadeh grad student 2007-2011 University of California, San Francisco with the University of California, Berkeley
Jocelyn M Breton grad student 2015-2018 UC Berkeley
Benedict Joseph Alter post-doc UCSF
Frédéric Ambroggi post-doc Gallo Research Center
Allan I. Basbaum post-doc UCSF
Joshua B. Bederson post-doc UCSF
Mary K. Floeter post-doc UCSF
Bradley S. Galer post-doc UCSF
Mary M. Heinricher post-doc UCSF
Gregory O. Hjelmstad post-doc UCSF
Akinori Ishikawa post-doc Gallo Research Center
Thomas C. Jhou post-doc UCSF
Jon D. Levine post-doc UCSF
Peggy Mason post-doc UCSF
Ian D. Meng post-doc UCSF
Michael M. Morgan post-doc
Zhizhong Z. Pan post-doc UCSF
Neil Schwartz post-doc UCSF (Gladstone Institutes)
Kate Skinner post-doc UCSF
Sheralee A. Tershner post-doc UCSF
Ajithkumar M. Warrier post-doc Gallo Research Center
Yan-Fan Xia post-doc Gallo Research Center
Maggie W Waung post-doc 2015- UCSF
Barton H. Manning post-doc 1996-2000 Keck Center, UCSF
Sharif A. Taha post-doc 2002-2008 Gallo Research Center
Jocelyn M. Richard post-doc 2013-2014 UCSF
Charlotte A. Boettiger research scientist Gallo Research Center
Saleem M. Nicola research scientist UCSF
Sonja Potrebic research scientist UCSF
Michael Krause research scientist 2008-2010 Gallo Research Center, UCSF
Joseph R. Driscoll research scientist 2007-2011 UC Berkeley
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Chen Y, Moutal A, Navratilova E, et al. (2020) The prolactin receptor long isoform regulates nociceptor sensitization and opioid-induced hyperalgesia selectively in females. Science Translational Medicine. 12
Waung MW, Margolis EB, Charbit AR, et al. (2019) A Midbrain Circuit that Mediates Headache Aversiveness in Rats. Cell Reports. 28: 2739-2747.e4
Margolis EB, Fujita W, Devi LA, et al. (2017) Two delta opioid receptor subtypes are functional in single ventral tegmental area neurons, and can interact with the mu opioid receptor. Neuropharmacology
Schwartz N, Miller C, Fields HL. (2017) Cortico-Accumbens Regulation of Approach-Avoidance Behavior Is Modified by Experience and Chronic Pain. Cell Reports. 19: 1522-1531
Margolis EB, Fields HL. (2016) Mu Opioid Receptor Actions in the Lateral Habenula. Plos One. 11: e0159097
Richard JM, Ambroggi F, Janak PH, et al. (2016) Ventral Pallidum Neurons Encode Incentive Value and Promote Cue-Elicited Instrumental Actions. Neuron
Richard JM, Fields HL. (2016) Mu-opioid receptor activation in the medial shell of nucleus accumbens promotes alcohol consumption, self-administration and cue-induced reinstatement. Neuropharmacology
Harasawa I, Johansen JP, Fields HL, et al. (2015) Alterations in the rostral ventromedial medulla after the selective ablation of mu-opioid receptor expressing neurons. Pain
Navratilova E, Xie JY, Meske D, et al. (2015) Endogenous opioid activity in the anterior cingulate cortex is required for relief of pain. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 7264-71
Fields HL, Margolis EB. (2015) Understanding opioid reward. Trends in Neurosciences. 38: 217-25
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