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Professor and Associate Dean
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Upstate Medical University
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College of Graduate Studies
Upstate Medical University
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Neuroscience of Substance Abuse
Fetal ethanol exposure attenuates aversive oral effects of TrpV1, but not TrpA1 agonists in rats.
Exp Biol Med Maywood
Ontogeny of the enhanced fetal-ethanol-induced behavioral and neurophysiologic olfactory response to ethanol odor.
The interaction of gestational and postnatal ethanol experience on the adolescent and adult odor-mediated responses to ethanol in observer and demonstrator rats.
Adolescent ethanol experience alters immediate and long-term behavioral responses to ethanol odor in observer and demonstrator rats.
Fetal ethanol exposure increases ethanol intake by making it smell and taste better.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A
Gestational ethanol exposure alters the behavioral response to ethanol odor and the expression of neurotransmission genes in the olfactory bulb of adolescent rats.
The consequence of fetal ethanol exposure and adolescent odor re-exposure on the response to ethanol odor in adolescent and adult rats.
Experience-induced fetal plasticity: the effect of gestational ethanol exposure on the behavioral and neurophysiologic olfactory response to ethanol odor in early postnatal and adult rats.
The effect of gestational ethanol exposure on voluntary ethanol intake in early postnatal and adult rats.
The relationship between PROP and ethanol preferences: an evaluation of 4 inbred mouse strains.
Odorant identification and quality perception following methyl bromide-induced lesions of the olfactory epithelium.
Predicting odorant quality perceptions from multidimensional scaling of olfactory bulb glomerular activity patterns.
A method for the rapid automated assessment of olfactory function.
Adenoviral vector-mediated rescue of the OMP-null behavioral phenotype: enhancement of odorant threshold sensitivity.
Altered epithelial density and expansion of bulbar projections of a discrete HSP70 immunoreactive subpopulation of rat olfactory receptor neurons in reconstituting olfactory epithelium following exposure to methyl bromide.
Expression patterns of basic helix-loop-helix transcription factors define subsets of olfactory progenitor cells.
Odorant receptor expression patterns are restored in lesion-recovered rat olfactory epithelium.
The effect of NMDA-NR2B receptor subunit over-expression on olfactory memory task performance in the mouse.
Globose basal cells are required for reconstitution of olfactory epithelium after methyl bromide lesion.
Mucosal activity patterns as a basis for olfactory discrimination: comparing behavior and optical recordings.
OMP gene deletion results in an alteration in odorant-induced mucosal activity patterns.
Developing a strategy for the rapid identification of genetically altered mice: an olfactory system perspective.
Functional consequences following infection of the olfactory system by intranasal infusion of the olfactory bulb line variant (OBLV) of mouse hepatitis strain JHM.
Intranasal inoculation with the olfactory bulb line variant of mouse hepatitis virus causes extensive destruction of the olfactory bulb and accelerated turnover of neurons in the olfactory epithelium of mice.
OMP gene deletion results in an alteration in odorant quality perception.
OMP gene deletion causes an elevation in behavioral threshold sensitivity.
Reinnervation of the rat olfactory bulb after methyl bromide-induced lesion: timing and extent of reinnervation.
Adult olfactory epithelium contains multipotent progenitors that give rise to neurons and non-neural cells.
Transplantation of multipotent progenitors from the adult olfactory epithelium.
Odorant threshold following methyl bromide-induced lesions of the olfactory epithelium.
The aging olfactory epithelium: neurogenesis, response to damage, and odorant-induced activity.
Enhancement of odorant-induced mucosal activity patterns in rats trained on an odorant identification task.
Mucosal inherent activity patterns in the rat: evidence from voltage-sensitive dyes.
Odorant-specific spatial patterns in mucosal activity predict perceptual differences among odorants.
Reconstitution of the rat olfactory epithelium after methyl bromide-induced lesion.
On the formation of neuromata in the primary olfactory projection.
Retroviral lineage studies of the rat olfactory epithelium.
Determination of carbon dioxide detection thresholds in trained rats.
Odorant identification in rats: an update.
Successful treatment of phantosmia with preservation of olfaction.
A method for establishing a five odorant identification confusion matrix task in rats.
Fish-odor syndrome presenting as dysosmia.
A quantitative analysis of sniffing strategies in rats performing odor detection tasks.
Airflow patterns in a human nasal model.
Imposed and inherent mucosal activity patterns. Their composite representation of olfactory stimuli.
Improvement of olfaction in laryngectomized patients with the larynx bypass.
Olfactory mucosa/air partitioning of odorants.
Effect of airway resistance on perceived odor intensity.
Initial mechanisms basic to olfactory perception.
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Neuroscience and Physiology
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