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1. A 0.23 Mb region regulates methamphetamine sensitivity in mice Bryant CD, Parker C, Guido M, Kole L, Goldberg L, Kirkpatrick S, McLoed M, Lim J, Sokoloff G, Cheng R, Palmer AA World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, October 17-21, Boston, MA. October, 2013
2. SNPs nominally associated with the acute response to amphetamine are enriched for SNPs that confer protection from Schizophrenia and ADHD Hart AB, Gamazon E, Engelhardt BE, Sklar P, Hultman C, Sullivan PF, Neale B, Faraone SV, de Wit H, Cox NJ, Palmer AA World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, October 17-21, Boston, MA October, 2013
3. Strain differences in measures of behavioral-regulation related to drug abuse in rats. Richards JB, Lloyd, DR, Kuehlewind, B, Militello L, Paredez M, Palmer AA College of Problems of Drug Dependence, June 15-20, 2013, San Diego, CA. June, 2013
4. Novel Mechanisms in Anxiety and Depression; Mechanistic studies of Glo1 and behavior 15th Annual Meeting of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society, Leuven, Belgium, May 20-24, 2013. May, 2013
5. SNPs associated with stronger positive subjective response to d-amphetamine are significantly enriched for SNPs that increase risk for schizophrenia and ADHD Hart AB; Gamazon ER; de Wit H; Palmer AA. 12th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 29-31, 2013, Madison, WI. May, 2013
6. Replication of GWAS results in mice using the criteria of both human and model organism genetics. Gonzales NM, Distler MG, Parker CC, Sokoloff G, Palmer AA 12th Annual Meeting of the Complex Trait Community, May 29-31, Madison, WI. May, 2013
7. Identification of genetic differences underlying phenotypic differences in the closely related sister-strains BALB/cJ and BALB/cByJ: a simple system breaking bad Sittig LJ; Jeong C; Tixier E; Palmer AA 12th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 29-31, 2013, Madison, WI. May, 2013
8. Genome-wide association study of behavior in outbred mice. Parker CC; Gopalakrishnan S; Gonzales N; Park J; Davis, J; Palmer AA. 12th Annual Meeting of the Complex Trait Community, May 29-31, 2013, Madison WI May, 2013
9. Discovering genes that influence behavior and the challenge of elucidating their mechanism Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS, Host: Doug Wright, May 2, 2013. May, 2013
10. Is metabolic activity linked to neuronal inhibitory tone and can we exploit such a link for therapeutic purposes? Epilepsy Research Seminars, Columbia University, Host: MelodieWinawer, New York, NY, April 22, 2013. April, 2013
11. Genetic susceptibility to the positive subjective effects of d-amphetamine confers increased risk for psychiatric diseases Web Seminar April, 2013
12. Behavioral genetics approaches to psychiatric diseases in mice, rats and men Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois Champagne Urbana, Host: Brent Roberts, April 26, 2013. April, 2013
13. Quantitative genetic studies of behavior: methodologies, results and why you should care Biopsychology Seminar Series, University of Michigan, Host: Terry Robinson, Feb 5, 2013. February, 2013
14. Genome wide association study of the attribution of incentive salience in outbred spraguedawley rats Parker CC; Flagel SB; Robinson TE; Palmer AA 12th Annual Meeting of the Complex Trait Community, May 29-31, 2013, Madison WI. January, 2013
15. Personality Genetics Consortium; Finding genetic loci for Neuroticism and Extraversion: results from the Genetics of Personality Consortium (GPC) Behavioral Genetics Association, June 28-July 2, 2013, Marseille, France January, 2013
16. Glyoxalase 1 (Glo1) increases anxiety in mice by metabolizing methylglyoxal, which is a novel GABAA receptor agonist Distler, MG, Plant LD, Sokoloff, G, Hawk, AJ, Aneas, I, Wuenschell, G, Termini, J, Meredith, SC, Nobrega, MA, Palmer AA. American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Dec 2-6, 2012, Hollywood, FL December, 2012
17. A 0.23 Mb region on mouse chromosome 11 contains three possible quantitative trait genes influencing methamphetamine sensitivity Bryant CD, Parker CC, Guido MA, Kole LA, Lim JE, Sokoloff G, Cheng R, Palmer AA American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Dec 2-6, 2012, Hollywood, FL December, 2012
18. Comparing genome-wide association results for conditioned fear in two advanced intercross mouse lines: Implications for the genetic mapping of complex psychiatric traits Parker CC, Sokoloff G ,Cheng R, Gopalakrishnan S, Gonzales N ,Davis J, Palmer AA American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Dec 2-6, 2012, Hollywood, FL December, 2012
19. A Novel Mechanism Underlies the Anxiogenic Effect of the Gene Glo1 Psychiatry Day, University of Chicago, Host: Elliot Gershon, Nov 1, 2012. November, 2012
20. Genetic Studies of Oxidative Stress Reveal the Mechanism by which Glo1 Influences Behavior Palmer AA; Distler MG; Plant L; Sokoloff G; Hawk A; Aneas I; Wuenschell G; Termini J; Nobrega M; Meredith S 20th World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, Oct 14-18, 2012, Hamburg, Germany. October, 2012
21. Small candidate gene studies of the acute response to amphetamine fail to replicate. Hart AB; de Wit H; Palmer AA XXth World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, October 14-18, 2012, Hamburg, Germany October, 2012
22. “From CNV to mechanism: what is Glo1 doing to anxiety and how does it do it?” Complex Trait Community 2012, Paris, France, June 12-15, 2012. June, 2012
23. Mouse GWAS and Models of Psychiatric Disorders Conte Center for Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics, June 11, 2012. June, 2012
24. Behavioral genetics of complex traits in mice: gene identification and mechanistic studies VrijeUniversiteit, Amsterdam, Neatherlands, Host: Sabine Spijker, May 10, 2012 May, 2012
25. Genetic and Epigenetic Effects on Gene Expression and Behavior in Genetically Complex Populations of Monkeys, Mice, and Flies Genes, Brain, and Behavior 2012, Boulder, CO, May 17, 2012 May, 2012
26. Widespread failure to replicate human candidate gene studies of amphetamine sensitivity. Hart AB, de Wit H, Palmer AA 14th Annual Genes, Brain and Behavior Meeting, May 15-19, 2012, Boulder, CO. May, 2012
27. Using allele-specific expression analysis to identify cis-eQTLs and parent-of-origin effects in reciprocal F1 crosses of LG/J and SM/J mice Gonzales NM, Gopalakrishnan S, Bryant CD, Pritchard JK, Palmer AA 14th Annual Genes, Brain and Behavior Meeting, May 15-19, 2012, Boulder, CO. May, 2012
28. Genome-wide association for fear conditioning in an advanced intercross mouse line Parker CC; sokoloff G; Cheng R; Palmer AA 14th Annual Genes, Brain and Behavior Meeting, May 15-19, 2012, Boulder, CO May, 2012
29. Genes & Behavior, Galveston Gordon Conferences March, 2012
30. Behavioral genetics of complex behavioral traits in mice: gene identification and mechanistic studies Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Seattle, WA, Host: Nino Ramirez, March 29-30, 2012 March, 2012
31. Tomorrow’s outbred mice, the genetics of amphetamine-induced euphoria, and why some mice are more anxious that others Oregon Health & Sciences University, Host: Robert Hitzemann, Jan 10, 2012 January, 2012
32. Comparing genome-wide association results for fear conditioning in two advanced intercross mouse lines: implications for gene identification in posttraumatic stress disorder in humans Parker CC; Sokoloff G; Cheng R; Palmer AA. 20th World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, Oct 14-18, 2012, Hamburg, Germany January, 2012
33. Behavioral genetics in mice and men: quantitative studies related to drug abuse and anxiety disorders University of Pennsylvania, Host: Julie Blendy, Jan 20, 2012 January, 2012
34. Csnk1e is a genetic regulator of sensitivity to psychostimulants and opioids Bryant CD, Parker CC, Zhou L, Olker C, Chandrasekaran RY, Wager TT, Bolivar VJ, Loudon AS, Vitaterna MH, Turek FW, Palmer AA American College for Neuropsychopharmacology Meeting, Dec 4-8, 2011, Waikaloa Beach, Hawaii USA December, 2011
35. Genome-wide association study of d-amphetamine response in healthy human participants identifies association with cadherin 13 (CDH13) Hart AB, Engelhardt BE, Wardle M, Sokoloff G, Skol AD, Stephens M, de Wit H, Palmer AA American College for Neuropsychopharmacology Meeting, Dec 4-8, 2011, Waikaloa Beach, Hawaii USA December, 2011
36. Behavioral genetic studies in mice: new populations, new tools, and the identification of a novel GABAergic agonist. University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Host: Robert Williams, Nov 7-8. 2011 November, 2011
37. Two loci on chromosome 10 mediate differences in contextual fear and cued fear in C57BL/6J-Chr10A/NaJ congenic mice Sokoloff G, Leung, EH, Kirkpatrick SL, DeMeyer MR, Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, Nov 12-16, 2011, Washington, DC USA November, 2011
38. Csnk1e is a genetic regulator of sensitivity to psychostimulants and opioids Bryant CD, Parker CC, Zhou L, Olker C, Chandrasekaran RY, Wager TT, Bolivar VJ, Loudon AS, Vitaterna MH, Turek FW, Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, Nov 12-16, 2011, Washington, DC USA November, 2011
39. The Role of Glo1 in Anxiety-Like Behavior. Distler MG, Plant L, Sokoloff G, Aneas I, Hawk AJ, Wuenschell G. Termini J, Meredith SC, Nobrega M, Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, Nov 12-16, 2011, Washington, DC USA November, 2011
40. Csnk1e is a genetic regulator of sensitivity to psychostimulants and opioids. Bryant CD, Parker CC, Zhou L, Olker C, Vitaterna MH, Turek FW, Palmer AA NIDA Miniconvention, Frontiers in Addiction Research, Nov 11, 2011, Washington, DC November, 2011
41. Internet impulsivity University of Chicago, Decision research retreat, Organizer: Harriet de Wit, Oct 27, 2011. October, 2011
42. Genome-wide association study to identify variants associated with amphetamine sensitivity in humans Hart AB, Engelhardt BE, Wardle M, Sokoloff G, Skol A, Stephens M, de Wit H, Palmer AA American Society of Human Genetics, Oct 11-15, 2011, Montreal, QC, Canada October, 2011
43. Behavioral, pharmacology and genetics: together at last! University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Psychology, Host: Mitchell Roitman, Chicago, IL, Sep 27, 2011. September, 2011
44. Methylglyoxal is a novel endogenous GABA-A receptor partial agonist: from genetic association to mechanistic insight University of Chicago Annual Neuroscience Retreat, Starved Rock, Illinois, Sep 14-15, 2011 September, 2011
45. Genome-wide association study to identify variants associated with amphetamine sensitivity in humans. Hart AB, Engelhardt BE, Stephens M, de Wit H, Palmer AA NIAAA-NIDA Symposium, Next Generation Sequencing Technologies and Medical Sequencing Approaches for Complex Disorders. Sep 10, 2011, Washington DC September, 2011
46. Short Course on Genetics of Addiction Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME, Aug 14-19, 2011. August, 2011
47. More anxiety and confusion: Functional FAAH gene polymorphism but not CNR1 gene polymorphism influences acute stress response in healthy humans Dlugos A, Childs E, Palmer AA, de Wit H International Cannabinoid Research Society, July 5-10, 2011, St. Charles, IL July, 2011
48. Using Intermediate Phenotypes to Bridge the Gap Between Human and Mouse Genetics Center for Contextual Genetics and Prevention Science 2nd Annual Symposium: Unraveling Genetic Influences on Substance Misuse: The Intermediate Phenotype. Organizer: James MacKillop, June 23-24, 2011 June, 2011
49. Genetic architecture of muscle fiber properties in a cross of LG/J and SM/J strains. Carroll AM, Palmer AA, Blizard DA, Lionikas A. Mouse Genetics 2011, June 22-25, 2011, Washington, DC June, 2011
50. Haplotype Reconstruction from Array Hybridization Intensities. Gatti DM, Fu C, Cheng R, Svenson KL, Sheppard K, Palmer AA, Pardo Manuel de Villena F, McMillan L, Churchill GA Mouse Genetics 2011, June 22-25, 2011, Washington, DC June, 2011
51. Fine-mapping alleles for body weight in LG/J x SM/J F2 and F34 advanced intercross lines Parker CC; Cheng R; Lim JE; Skol AD; Abney M; Palmer AA Mouse Genetics 2011, June 22-25, 2011, Washington, DC June, 2011
52. QTL mapping in advanced intercross lines: statistical and computational issues Cheng R; Palmer AA. Mouse Genetics 2011, June 22-25, 2011, Washington, DC June, 2011
53. Csnk1e is a genetic regulator of sensitivity to psychostimulants and opioids. Bryant CD, Zhou L, Olker C, Vitaterna MH, Turek FW, Palmer AA International Narcotics Research Conference, June 21-25, 2011, Hollywood, FL June, 2011
54. Genome-wide association for methamphetamine-induced locomotor activity in an advanced intercross mouse line: the benefits of recombination Parker CC; Cheng R; Sokoloff G; Lim JE; Palmer AA Genes, Brain & Behavior 13th Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2011, Rome, Italy May, 2011
55. Genome-wide association study to identify variants associated with amphetamine sensitivity in humans. Hart AB; Engelhardt BE; Stephens M; de Wit H; Palmer AA Genes, Brain & Behavior 13th Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2011, Rome, Italy May, 2011
56. The role of Glyoxalase 1 in anxiety-like behavior. Distler MG; Plant LD; Hawk AJ; Aneas I; Sokoloff G; Meredith SC; Nobrega M; Palmer AA Genes, Brain & Behavior 13th Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2011, Rome, Italy May, 2011
57. Csnk1e is a genetic regulator of sensitivity to psychostimulants and opioids. Bryant CD; Zhou L; Olker C; Vitaterna MH; Turek FW; Palmer AA Genes, Brain & Behavior 13th Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2011, Rome, Italy May, 2011
58. Genome-wide association for fear-conditioning in an advanced intercross mouse line: The benefits of recombination Parker CC; Cheng R; Sokoloff G; Lim JE; Palmer AA 2011 Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion, April 13-14, 2011, Madison, WI April, 2011
59. behavioral pharmacogenomics of mice and men Rush University Medical Center, Department of Pharmacology, Host: T. Celeste Napier, April 27th, 2011 April, 2011
60. Differential fear learning and anxiety-like behavior mediated by quantitative trait loci (QTL) on chromosome 10 Leung E; Wagner E; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA 2011 Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 2, 2011, Chicago, IL April, 2011
61. Genetic studies of the acute response to amphetamine: an intermediate phenotype approach de Wit H, Hart AB, Wardle M, Engelhardt B, Stephens M, Palmer AA 49th Annual American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Dec 4-9, 2010, Miami Beach, FL December, 2010
62. Fine-scale mapping of a 3 cM genetic locus on mouse chromosome 11 influencing methamphetamine sensitivity. Bryant CD, Hart A, de Wit H, Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, Nov 13-17, 2010 San Diego, CA USA November, 2010
63. Distinct genetic modifiers of heart and muscle fibrosis in muscular dystrophy revealed by whole genome scan Swaggart KA, Heydemann A, Palmer AA, McNally EM American Heart Association Meeting, Nov 13-17, 2010, Chicago, IL November, 2010
64. Identifying phenotypes of interest from noisy measurements: Mood responses to a single dose of amphetamine Engelhardt BE, Hart A, Stephens M, de Wit H, Palmer AA 60th Annual American Society of Human Genetics Meeting, Nov 2-6, 2010, Washington DC November, 2010
65. Short Course on Genetics of Addiction Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME, Aug 14-18, 2010. August, 2010
66. Animal to human (and back) translational research in the genetics of drug abuse NIDA: Application of Genetic Approaches to Understand Drug Abuse and Addiction Satellite Session, College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Scottsdale, AZ, June 11th, 2010 June, 2010
67. Genetics of Amphetamine Sensitivity National Institute on Drug Abuse, College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Tutorials Workshop 2010, Scottsdale, AZ, June 12th, 2010 June, 2010
68. Using genome-wide association analysis in advanced intercross mice and humans to understand behavior The Jackson Labs, Host: Elissa Chesler, Bar Harbor, ME, May 27th, 2010 May, 2010
69. Identification of genetic modifiers of single gene disorders. Heydemann A; Swaggart KA; Lim JE; Ceco E; Moran JL; Palmer AA; McNally EM. 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
70. Modifier genes for muscular dystrophy differentially alter outcome in distinct muscle groups Swaggart KA; Heydemann A; Palmer AA; McNally EM 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
71. The use of multiple mapping populations for fine mapping a QTL for methamphetamine sensitivity on chr. 12 Bryant CD; Guido M; Palmer AA. 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
72. Differential fear learning and anxiety-like behavior mediated by quantitative trait loci (QTL) on chromosome 10. Kirkpatrick S; DeMeyer M; Walters R; Leung E; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA. 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
73. The role of Glo1 in anxiety-like behavior. Distler MG; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA. 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
74. Genome-wide association study to identify variants associated with amphetamine sensitivity in humans. Hart A; Engelhardt B; Skol A; Stephens M; De Wit H; Palmer AA 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
75. Identifying genetic modifiers of iron stores in mice. Lim JE; Roberts KA; Cheng R; Smith J; Shianna K; Kliebenstein DJ; Goldstein D; Skol A; Palmer AA; Andrews NC. 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
76. Quantitative trait loci for prepulse inhibition in LGxSM mice. Samocha KE; Cheng R; Lim JE; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
77. Genome-wide association for fear conditioning in an advanced intercross mouse line: The benefits of recombination Parker CC; Sokoloff G; Lim JE, Palmer AA. 9th Annual Complex Trait Community Meeting, May 7-10, 2010, Chicago, IL May, 2010
78. Fine mapping of QTLs using an advanced intercross line”, in session “Gene mapping in outbred animals Complex Trait Consortium, Chicago, IL, May 7-10, 2010 May, 2010
79. “Genetic dissection of anxiety-like behaviors using emergent CC mice”, in session “Behavior genetics analysis in the collaborative cross”, 12th Annual meeting of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society, Halifax, NS, Canada, May 12-16, 2010 May, 2010
80. Sensitivity to amphetamine in mice and men NIAAA, Laboratory of Neurogenetics May, 2010
81. Intermediate Phenotypes: Genetic Factors Influencing Subjective, Behavioral and Physiological Responses to Amphetamine in Healthy Human Subjects NIDA Genetics Consortium, Summer Meeting, Bethesda, MD, May 25th, 2010 May, 2010
82. Genetic approaches to anxiety in model organisms Anxiety Disorder Genetics Recent Discoveries and Future Directions, Washington DC, April 21-22, 2010 April, 2010
83. Genome-wide association for fear conditioning in an advanced intercross mouse line Parker CC; Sokoloff G; Lim JE; Palmer AA Amygdala, Stress and PTSD Conference, April 21, 2010, Bethesda, MD April, 2010
84. Genes & Behavior, Ventura, Gordon Conferences March, 2010
85. Use of highly recombinant mouse populations for forward genetic studies of behavioral and other traits University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Psychology February, 2010
86. LG/J and SM/J strains as a model for exploration of the genetic effects on muscle fibre properties. Carroll AM; Lim JE; Palmer AA; Lionikas A. Physiological Society, Physiology 2010 Meeting, June 30 – July 2, 2010, University of Manchester, UK January, 2010
87. Mapping Mouse Limbic Seizure Susceptibility Loci on Chromosomes 10 and 18. American Epilepsy Society Seal S, Phillips A, Palmer AA, Winawer M. 63rd Annual Meeting, December 4-8, 2009, Boston, MA, 3.081 December, 2009
88. Molecular and genetic approaches toward understanding behavior Molecular Biology Society of Japan, Yokohama, Japan, December 10th, 2009 December, 2009
89. Quantitative genetic basis of stimulant sensitivity: use of highly recombinant mice and translation to humans National Institute of Genetics December, 2009
90. Mapping mouse limbic seizure susceptibility loci on chromosomes 10 and 18 Seal SR; Phillips AG; Palmer AA; Winawer MR American Epilepsy Society (AES) 63rd Annual Scientific Conference, December 4-8, 2009, Boston, MA, 3.081 December, 2009
91. Accounting for relatedness among advanced intercross lines: identification of a 0.25 cM QTL for methamphetamine sensitivity Palmer AA; Cheng R; Lim J; Sokoloff G; Abney M; Skol AD 23rd International Mammalian Genome Conference (IMGC), November 1-4, 2009, La Jolla, CA November, 2009
92. Genetic analysis of behaviour in the collaborative cross breeding population Philip VM; Sokoloff G; Gomero B; Galloway LD; Beckman M; Spence JS; Culiat CT; Lariviere, WR; Churchill GA; Palmer AA; Donohue KD; O’Hara B; Saxton AM; Chesler EJ. Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting, October 17-21, 2009, Chicago, IL, 343.1 October, 2009
93. Gene expression differences following acute methamphetamine administration in selectively bred mice Rosenberg D; Hyman D; Verbitsky M; Li N; Kamens H; Reed C; McKinnon C; Burkhart-Kasch, S; Belknap J; Dlugos A; Phillips T; De Wit H; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, 39th Annual Meeting, October 17-21, 2009, Chicago, IL, 892.4 October, 2009
94. Fine mapping of quantitative trait loci on chromosome 12 influencing methamphetamine sensitivity in two mouse populations Camron BD; Chang HP; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, 39th Annual Meeting, October 17-21, 2009, Chicago, IL, 752.3 October, 2009
95. The role of Glo1 in anxiety-like behavior. Distler MG; Wing C; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting, October 17-21, 2009, Chicago, IL, 479.14 October, 2009
96. Prepulse inhibition quantitative trait loci (QTL) in LGxSM F2 mice. Samocha KE; Lim JE; Chang H; Cheng R; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting, October 17-21, 2009, Chicago, IL, 191.27 October, 2009
97. Differential fear learning and anxiety-like behavior mediated by quantitative trait loci (QTL) on chromosome 10 Kirkpatrick SL; DeMeyer MR; Walters RO; Wing C; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting, October 17-21, 2009, Chicago, IL, 479.15 October, 2009
98. Genetics and Genomics Course (Graduate student class), Cold Spring Harbor Labs, September 21st, 2009 September, 2009
99. Mouse Models of Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders: From Behavioral Analysis to Neurobiological Mechanisms IDDRC mini-symposium September, 2009
100. Quantitative genetic basis of stimulant sensitivity: use of highly recombinant mice and translation to humans Cold Spring Harbor Lab, Host: Josh Dubnau, September 22nd, 2009 September, 2009
101. Recombination Happens: my personal journey toward unorthodoxy and self realization 11th annual meeting of IBANGS, BioInnovationsZentrum, Dresden, Germany, June 5th-8th, 2009. June, 2009
102. Invited Participant Mouse Evolutionary Genetics Meeting June, 2009
103. Fine-scale mapping of quantitative trait loci underlying methamphetamine sensitivity in mice. Complex Trait Community Cheng R; Abney M; Skol A; Palmer AA. 8th Annual Meeting, May 2-5, 2009, Manchester, UK May, 2009
104. Genetic variation of muscle weight: LG/J and SM/J strain model. Complex Trait Community Lionikas A; Palmer AA; Cheng R; Cheverud JM, Blizard, DA. 8th Annual Meeting, May 2-5, 2009, Manchester, UK May, 2009
105. Identifying copy number variants in mice using the Mouse Diversity Array 8th Annual Complex Trait Consortium, Manchester, UK, May 2-5, 2009. May, 2009
106. Identifying copy number variants in mice using the Mouse Diversity Array. Complex Trait Community Palmer AA; Rosenberg DM; Szatkiewicz JP; Yang H; Pardo-Manuel de Villena F; Churchill G 8th Annual Meeting, May 2-5, 2009, Manchester, UK May, 2009
107. The use of multiple mapping populations to identify candidate genes for a major QTL on chr. 11 influencing psychostimulant and opioid sensitivity Bryant CD; Chang H; Distler MG; Zhang J; Palmer AA Complex Trait Community, 8th Annual Meeting, May 2-5, 2009, Manchester, UK May, 2009
108. Mickey Mouse to Mankind: Translational Genetic Studies of Stimulant Sensitivity Psychiatry Grant Rounds May, 2009
109. Analysis of COMT Val 158 Met polymorphism and lapses in attention in healthy adults: implications for vulnerability to drug relapse Hamidovic A; Dlugos A; Skol A; Palmer AA; de Wit H. College on Problems of Drug Dependence, May 2-5, 2009, Reno, NV May, 2009
110. of anxiety-like behavior in pre-collaborative cross mice. Complex Trait Community Sokoloff G; Beckmann M; Philip V; Galloway L; Miller DR; Culiat CT; Palmer AA; Chesler EJ 8th Annual Meeting, May 2-5, 2009, Manchester, UK May, 2009
111. Translational Genetics Approach to Amphetamine Sensitivity 8th Annual Pharmacogenetics in Psychiatry Meeting, New York, NY, April 17-18, 2009. April, 2009
112. Frontiers in genomics and neurogenetics: Putting it all together: translational genetics of stimulant sensitivity 42nd Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research, Copper Mountain, Colorado, January 24-30, 2009 January, 2009
113. Behavioral genetics of mice and men Human Genetics Seminar Series January, 2009
114. Behavioral Genetics of Mice and Men Panelist for BSD/PSD Visiting Committee Meeting January, 2009
115. Copy number variation causes an eQTL for Glo1 and may underlie differences in anxiety-like behavior in mice Dissection of the expression of fear learning: Fine mapping quantitative trait loci (QTL) underlying components of a polygenic trait.", 7th Annual Complex Trait Consortium, Montreal, Canada, May 31-June 4, 2008. May, 2008
116. Interaction of Genetics and Environment: Relevance to Nutrition Research Multidisciplinary Workshop on Nutrition, Brain Development and Aging: Genetic, Epigenetics, Diet and Behavior, Kannapolis, NC, May 12-14, 2008 May, 2008
117. Expression differences in Glo1 among mice are due to a common copy number polymorphism"; Symposium title: "Role of oxidative stress in behavior International Behavioral and Nuerogenetics Society, Portland, OR, May 5-9, 2008. May, 2008
118. Mapping Complex Traits in the Mouse: Concepts Short Course on the Genetics and Epigenetics of Addiction, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Washington D.C., April 4, 2008. April, 2008
119. Mapping methamphetamine sensitivity in a 34 generation advanced intercross line. Skol A; Cheng R; Lim J; Abney M; Palmer AA Complex Trait Consortium, 7th Annual Meeting, 2008, Montreal, Canada January, 2008
120. The effect of the casein kinase 1 epsilon inhibitor, PF-670462, on Darpp-32 phosphorylation Li D; Bubula N; Heffron S; Loweth J; Campbell P; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA; Vezina P Thr34 in rodent Nucleus Accumbens Society for Neuroscience, 38th Annual Meeting, 2008, Washington DC, 455.2 January, 2008
121. Differences in aggression and genetics between two closely related BALB/c substrains. Omer N; Velez L; Palmer AA; Dulawa SC Society for Neuroscience, 38th Annual Meeting, 2008, Washington DC, 762.19 January, 2008
122. Dissection of the expression of fear learning: Fine mapping quantitative trait loci (QTL) underlying components of a polygenic trait Sokoloff G; Cebollero TZ; Walters RO; Ponder CA; Palmer AA Complex Trait Consortium, 7th Annual Meeting, 2008, Montreal, Canada January, 2008
123. The use of B6.D2 congenics and B6.AJ chromosome substitution strains to confirm and reveal novel quantitative trait loci influencing methamphetamine-induced locomotor stimulation Bryant CD; Lim JE; Zhang J; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA Complex Trait Consortium, 7th Annual Meeting, 2008, Montreal, Canada January, 2008
124. Copy number variation causes an eQTL for Glo1 and may underlie differences in anxiety-like behavior in mice dissection of the expression fear learning: fine mapping quantitative trait loci (QTL) underlying components of a polygenic trait. Palmer AA. Complex Trait Consortium, 7th Annual Meeting, 2008, Montreal, Canada January, 2008
125. Interaction of Genetics and Environment: Relevance to Nutrition Research. Genetics, Epigenetics, Diet and Behavior Palmer AA. Multidisciplinary Workshop on Nutrition, Brain Development and Aging: Genetic, Epigenetics, Diet and Behavior, 2008, Kannapolis, NC January, 2008
126. Methamphetamine-induced Behavioral Activation in Chromosome 11 and Chromosome 15 Congenic Mice Parker CC; Bennett B; Palmer AA International Behavioral and Neural Genetics Society, 10th Annual Meeting, 2008, Portland, OR January, 2008
127. Confirmation of quantitative trait loci influencing methamphetamine- and opioid-induced locomotor stimulation using B6.D2 congenic strains.” Bryant, C D; Palmer AA International Behavioral and Neural Genetics Society, 10th Annual Meeting, 2008, Portland, OR January, 2008
128. Expression differences in Glo1 among mice are due to a common copy number polymorphism Palmer AA International Behavioral and Neurogenetics Society, 10th Annual Meeting, 2008, Portland, OR January, 2008
129. "Mouse QTL and human association study of methamphetamine sensitivity"; Symposium title: "Complex Human Disease Genes: Help from Animal Models" American Society for Human Genetics, San Diego, CA, October 25, 2007. October, 2007
130. Symposium title: “The role of genetics and genomics in understanding fear- and anxiety-like behaviors”; Talk title “Genetic relationship of fear and anxiety, lessons from genetic reference populations and beyond.” International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 12-16, 2007 June, 2007
131. Functional studies to investigate the role of casein kinase 1 epsilon (Csn1ke) in the locomotor stimulant response to methamphetamine 6th Annual Complex Trait Consortium, Braunschweig, Germany, May 26-29, 2007. May, 2007
132. “Genetic control of learned fear and innate anxiety-like behavior in mice.” International Behavioral and Neurogenetics Society Annual Meeting, Doorwerth, The Netherlands, May 21-25, 2007. May, 2007
133. A behavioral study of male isolation induced aggression in two BALB/c mouse substrains. Omer N; Velez L; Palmer AA; Dulawa SC Society for Neuroscience, 37th Annual Meeting, 2007, San Diego, CA 907.13 January, 2007
134. Genetic screen for behavioral sensitivity to methamphetamine identifies casein kinase 1 epsilon in both mice and men Invited Lecture, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Psychology January, 2007
135. Addiction, Microarrays, and Gene Discovery”; Talk title “Combination of QTL Mapping and Gene Expression Microarrays to Identify Candidate Genes for Sensitivity to the Acute Effects of Drugs in Mice and Humans Invited Speaker, for NIDA organized workshop January, 2007
136. Inhibition of casein kinase 1 epsilon in the NAcc core blocks amphetamine induced locomotion Vezina P; Heffron S; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, 37th Annual Meeting, 2007, San Diego, CA 916.10 January, 2007
137. Role of casein kinase 1 epsilon (Csnk1e) in the locomotor stimulant response to methamphetamine in mice Palmer AA; Chen P-C; Cain CE; Munoz MB; Marr RA; Sokoloff G Society for Neuroscience, 37th Annual Meeting, 2007, San Diego, CA 916.11 January, 2007
138. Use of chromosome substitution strains to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) for fear learning and anxiety like behaviors in mice Ponder CA; Munoz MB; Gulden FO; Sokoloff G; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, 37th Annual Meeting, 2007, San Diego, CA 91.5 January, 2007
139. The role of genetics and genomics in understanding fear-and anxiety-like behaviors Palmer AA International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, Annual Meeting, 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil January, 2007
140. Influence of casein kinase 1 epsilon on sensitivity to methamphetamine in mice and men: a translational genetic study Invited Lecture, Emory University, Department of Human Genetics January, 2007
141. Using mice to model behavioral characteristics that are associated with human psychiatric diseases Invited Lecture, University of Zulia School of Medicine (Venezuela) January, 2007
142. Use of chromosome substitution strains to identify seizure susceptibility loci in mice Winawer M; Kuperman R; Niethammer M; Sherman S; Rabinowitz D; Plana-Guell I; Ponder C; Scharfman H; Palmer AA Annual Meetings of the American Epilepsy Society and Canadian League Against Epilepsy, 2006, San Diego, California #28 January, 2006
143. Translational genetic strategy for identifying genes for initial sensitivity to stimulants drugs: a combined QTL/eQTL approach Invited Lecture, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Department of Neuroscience January, 2006
144. Use of Genetic Selection and Gene Expression Analysis to Identify Genes and Behaviors Associated with Fear Learning in Mice Symposium Speaker, Gordon Research Conference on Genes and Behavior January, 2006
145. Translational Genetic Strategy for Identifying Genes for Sensitivity to Stimulant Drugs in Mouse and Man: A Combined QTL/eQTL Approach Invited Lecture, University of Chicago, NIDA Training Grant Seminar January, 2006
146. Identifying genes that control sensitivity to methamphetamine in mouse & man: A combined QTL/eQTL approach. Invited Lecture, University of Chicago, Committee on Neurobiology Seminar Series January, 2006
147. A combined QTL/eQTL approach identifies Casein kinase 1 epsilon (Csnk1e) as a candidate gene for stimulant sensitivity in mice and humans 5th Annual Meeting of the Complex Trait Consortium, Chappell Hill, North Carolina January, 2006
148. Short-term selected lines for fear conditioning: QTL and gene expression analysis Ponder CA; Gilliam TC; Palmer AA International Behavioral and Neuro Genetics Society (IBANGS), 2006, Vancouver, B.C., Canada January, 2006
149. Casein kinase 1 epsilon (Csnk1e) is a candidate gene for stimulant sensitivity in mice and humans Palmer AA; Veenstra-Vander Weele J; Verbitsky M; Suresh R; Qaadir A; Kamens HM; Belknap JK; Gilliam TC; Cook EH; Phillips TJ; de Wit H International Behavioral and Neuro Genetics Society (IBANGS), 2006, Vancouver, B.C., Canada January, 2006
150. Animal Resources Center Meet the Investigator Seminar Invited Lecture January, 2006
151. Pilocarpine-induced Seizures in A/J and DBA/2J Mice: a Foundation for mapping Limbic Seizure Susceptibility Genes in Sequenced Mouse Strains Winawer MR; Makarenko N; Tana HM; Sameh KM; McCloskey DP; Nair N; Palmer AA; Scharfman HE. Annual Meetings of the American Epilepsy Society and Canadian League Against Epilepsy, 2006, San Diego, California #111 January, 2006
152. Short-term selected lines for fear conditioning: QTL, gene expression, learning and anxiety-like behaviors. Ponder CA; Kliethermes CL; Drew MR; Muller JM; Das K; Crabbe JC; Gilliam T; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, 35th Annual Meeting, 2005, Washington DC, 316.12 January, 2005
153. Use of selective breeding, QTL mapping and gene-expression profiling in the search for fear-relevant genes in mice Invited Lecture, New York University, Center for Neural Science January, 2005
154. Using selective breeding to identify genes controlling variability in methamphetamine- and fear-related behaviors Invited Lecture, Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Pharmacology January, 2005
155. Using selective breeding to identify candidate genes for methamphetamine-sensitivity and fear-related behavior Invited Lecture, University of Cincinnati, Department of Psychiatry January, 2005
156. Integration of QTL mapping and gene-expression profiling in the search for behaviorally-relevant genes. Invited Lecture, Mount Sinai School of Medical, Department of Human Genetics January, 2005
157. Integration of selective breeding, QTL mapping and gene-expression profiling in the search for fear-learning genes in mice Invited Lecture, New York University, Center for Neural Science January, 2005
158. Short-Term Selective Breeding for Fear Learning 4th Annual Meeting of the Complex Trait Consortium, Groningen, The Netherlands. January, 2005
159. Behavioral genetic studies of methamphetamine sensitivity and fear learning in mice: a QTL/eQTL approach to finding candidate genes Invited Lecture, University of Chicago, Department of Evolution and Ecology January, 2005
160. Casein kinase 1 epsilon modulates sensitivity to stimulant drugs in both mice and humans: a translational Genetic Study Hot Topics Seminar, American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 44th annual meeting January, 2005
161. Short-Term Selective Breeding for Fear Learning. Palmer AA; Ponder CA; Kliethermes KL; Drew MR; Muller JM; Das K; Crabbe JC; Gilliam TC. Complex Trait Consortium, 4th Annual Meeting, 2005, Groningen, The Netherlands January, 2005
162. Casein kinase 1 epsilon modulates sensitivity to stimulant drugs in both mice and humans: a translational genetic study Palmer AA; Veenstra-Vander Weele J; Verbitsky M; Suresh R; Qaadir A; Kamens HM; Belknap JK; Gilliam TC; Cook EH; Phillips TJ; de Wit H American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 44th Annual Meeting, 2005, Waikoloa, Hawaii January, 2005
163. A combined QTL/eQTL approach identifies Casein kinase 1 epsilon (Csnk1e) as a candidate gene for stimulant sensitivity in mice and humans Palmer AA; Veenstra-Vander Weele J; Verbitsky M; Suresh R; Qaadir A; Kamens HM; Belknap JK; Gilliam TC; Cook EH; de Wit H; Phillips TJ Complex Trait Consortium, 4th Annual Meeting, 2005, Chappell Hill, NC January, 2005
164. Short-Term Selection Identifies a cis-Acting Expression QTL for Casein Kinase 1 Epsilon (Csnk1e) that May Influence Sensitivity to Methamphetamine Palmer AA; Verbitsky M; Suresh R; Kamens HM; Reed CL; Li N; Burkhart-Kasch S; McKinnon CS; Belknap JK; Gilliam TC; Phillips TJ. Complex Trait Consortium, 3rd Annual Meeting, 2004, Bar Harbor, ME January, 2004
165. Examination of Putatively Genetically Correlated Traits in Mouse Lines Divergently Selected for Differences in Fear Conditioning Palmer AA; Ponder CA; Das K; Gilliam TC Society for Neuroscience, 34th Annual Meeting, 2004, San Diego, CA 552.9 January, 2004
166. Identification of QTL and Gene Expression Differences Using Divergent Selection for Contextual Fear Conditioning in Mice Ponder CA; Das K; Gilliam TC; Palmer AA Society for Neuroscience, 34th Annual Meeting, 2004, San Diego, CA, 552.10 January, 2004
167. Use of Selective Breeding to Study Complex Traits in Mice Invited Lecture, Columbia University, Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology January, 2004
168. Using Selective Breeding to Identify Genes Controlling Variability in Complex Behavioral Traits Invited Lecture, University of Chicago, Department of Human Genetics January, 2004
169. Genomewide Screen of 345 Families for Autism Susceptibility Loci Yields Suggestive Evidence Within One Megabase of the Serotonin Transporter. Yonan AL; Alarcón M; Cheng R; Grunn A; Palmer AA; Terwilliger JD; Liu J; Cantor RM; Geschwind DH; Gilliam TC. Society for Neuroscience, 33rd Annual Meeting, 2003, New Orleans, LA, 647.3 January, 2003
170. Gene Expression in Mouse Lines Divergently Selected for Response to Methamphetamine Columbia University Department of Genetics and Development 2003 Retreat, Palisades, NY. January, 2003
171. Bidirectional Short Term Selection and Gene Expression Micro Arrays Identify Candidate Genes for Genetic Sensitivity to Methamphetamine-Induce Locomotor Stimulation Palmer AA; Verbitsky M; Reed CL; Li N; Burkhart-Kasch S.; McKinnon C. S.; Belknap J.K.; Gilliam T.C.; Phillips T.J. Society for Neuroscience, 33rd Annual Meeting, 2003, New Orleans, LA, 961.17 January, 2003
172. The Effect of CRH Overexpression and Deficiency on Ethanol Intake and Preference. Sharpe AL; Palmer AA; Coste S; Stenzel-Poore M; Phillips TJ. Society for Neuroscience, 33rd Annual Meeting, 2003, New Orleans, LA, 852.10 January, 2003
173. Examining Cross-Sensitization between Alcohol and Other Locomotor Stimulants with Multiple Paradigms Meyer P; Palmer AA; Phillips TJ Association for Behavior Analysis, 29th Annual Conference, 2003, San Francisco, CA, #37 January, 2003
174. Deletion of the Dopamine D2 Receptor Interacts with Genetic Background to Affect Ethanol-Induced Locomotor Stimulation, Locomotor Sensitization and Grid Test Ataxia Palmer AA; Low MJ; Grandy DK; Phillips TJ Society for Neuroscience, 32nd Annual Meeting, 2002, Orlando, FL, 120.6 January, 2002
175. Deletion of the Dopamine D2 Receptor Interacts with Genetic Background to Affect Ethanol-Induced Locomotor Stimulation, Locomotor Sensitization and Grid Test Ataxia 32nd Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Session Title: Drugs of Abuse: Alcohol I, Abstract 120.6, Orlando, FL. January, 2002
176. Quantitative trait loci for phenotypes assessed in the elevated plus-maze test in recombinant inbred rats. Conti LH; Jirout M; Palmer AA; Vanella JJ; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 32nd Annual Meeting, 2002, Orlando FL, 398.10 January, 2002
177. Shared Genetic Determinants of Sensitivity to Drugs of Abuse Revealed by Reverse Selection of the FAST and SLOW lines Bergstrom HC; Palmer AA; McKinnon CS; Phillips TJ Oregon Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience, 2nd Annual Meeting, 2002, Salishan, OR January, 2002
178. The Role of Neurosteroids in Alcohol-Related Behaviors, “Genetic Relationship Between Ethanol- and Allopregnanolone-Induced Locomotor Behavior.” Research Society on Alcoholism, 24th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. January, 2001
179. Ethanol and Allopregnanolone: Pharmacological and Genetic Similarities Invited Lecture, Rockefeller University, Laboratory on the Biology of Addictive Diseases January, 2001
180. Sensitization to the locomotor stimulant effects of allopregnanolone does not engender cross-stimulation to ethanol .” 31st Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Session Title: Drugs of Abuse: Alcohol III, Abstract 572.7, San Diego, CA January, 2001
181. Sensitization to the Locomotor Stimulant Effects of Allopregnanolone Does Not Engender Cross-sensitization to Ethanol. Palmer AA; Phillips TJ Society for Neuroscience, 31st Annual Meeting, 2001, San Diego, CA, 572.8 January, 2001
182. Reverse Selection of Mice Selectively Bred for Differential Sensitivity to Ethanol’s Stimulant Effects. Palmer AA; McKinnon CS; Burkhart-Kasch S; Bergstrom HC; Phillips TJ. Research Society on Alcoholism, 24th Annual Meeting, 2001, Montreal, Canada #663 January, 2001
183. Genetic and pharmacological relationship between locomotor response to allopregnanolone and ethanol. Palmer AA; Miller MN; Phillips TJ Oregon Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience, 1st Annual Meeting, 2001, Troutdale, OR January, 2001
184. Pharmacological and Genetic Studies of the Relationship Between Ethanol and Allopregnanolone OSHU, Department of Behavioral Neuroscience Postdoctoral, Seminar Series January, 2001
185. Allopregnanolone and Ethanol: Common Genetic Influences?” 30th Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Session Title: Drugs of Abuse: Alcohol II, Abstract 300.11, New Orleans, LA January, 2000
186. Allopregnanolone and Ethanol, Common Genetic Influences? Palmer AA; McKinnon C; Phillips TJ Society for Neuroscience, 30th Annual Meeting, 2000, New Orleans, LA, 300.11 January, 2000
187. Free Choice Ethanol Drinking is Contingent on Gender and Genetic Background in Mice Deficient in Functional Dopamine D2 Receptors Palmer AA; Low MJ; Grandy DK; Phillips TJ Research Society on Alcoholism, 23rd Annual Meeting, 2000, Denver, CO, #549 January, 2000
188. Department of Behavioral Neuroscience Faculty/Postdoc Monday Morning Seminar Series OHSU January, 2000
189. NIAAA/NIDA, Postdoctoral Training Grant Journal Club OHSU January, 2000
190. Latent Inhibition in Inbred Rats with Poor Prepulse Inhibition Conti L. H; Palmer AA; Vanella J; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 30th Annual Meeting, 2000, New Orleans, LA, 866.17 January, 2000
191. Potential Genetic Model of Deficient Prepulse Inhibition Using the Brown Norway Rat Strain Palmer AA; Dulawa SC; Flodman PL; Mottiwala AA; Conti LH; Spence MA; Geyer MA; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 29th Annual Meeting, 1999, Miami, FL, 341.13 January, 1999
192. Genetic Differences in Autonomic and Behavioral Response to the Airpuff Startle Stimulus University of Washington January, 1999
193. Differential Autonomic and Behavioral Responses to Startle Stimuli in Inbred Rat Strains: Possible Implications for Hypertension and Schizophrenia OHSU January, 1999
194. Autonomic Stress Responses in Genetic Hypertension: Role of Specific Brain Regions Printz MP; Palmer AA American Society of Hypertension, 14th Annual Meeting, 1999, New York, NY, C003 January, 1999
195. Genetic Dissection of Complex Cardiac Function. Rostroventrolateral Projecting and FosImmunoreactive Neuronal Populations Following Airpuff Startle in SHR and WKY Rats. Experimental Biology, 1998 Palmer AA; Printz MP Berne Distinguished Lectureship and Mini-symposium January, 1998
196. Prenatal Protein Deprivation Alters Two Measures of Sensorimotor Gating. Printz, DJ; Palmer, AA; Butler PD; Gorman JM; Rotrosen J; Dulawa SC; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience 28th Annual Meeting, 1998, Los Angeles, CA, 26.2 January, 1998
197. Fluorogold Injections into the Anatomically Defined C1 Cell Group Label Stress Responsive Neurons in the Midbrain and Hypothalamus: a Study in SHR and WKY Rats. Palmer AA; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 28th Annual Meeting, 1998, Los Angeles, CA, 246.20 January, 1998
198. Rostroventrolateral Projecting and FosImmunoreactive Neuronal Populations Following Airpuff Startle in SHR and WKY Rats Berne Distinguished Lectureship and Mini-Symposium: Genetic Dissection of Complex Cardiac Function January, 1998
199. Airpuff Stress Induced Fos Expression is Different Between Genetic Hypertensive and Normotensive Rats Palmer AA; Printz MP Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1997, San Diego, CA, 39(1): 100 January, 1997
200. Printz MP Evidence that the Locus Coeruleus and the Nucleus of the Solitary Tract are implicated in the Pathogenesis of Aberrant Cardiovascular Response to Stressors and Thereby the Etiology of Hypertension Palmer AA American Heart Association, 51st Annual Conference, 1997, Washington DC, P104 January, 1997
201. Airpuff Startle Elevates Plasma ACTH in Genetic Normotensive But Not Genetic Hypertensive Rats. Palmer AA; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 27th Annual Meeting, 1997, New Orleans, LA, 720.10 January, 1997
202. Effects of Prenatal Protein Deprivation on NMDA Receptor Number and Pre-Pulse Inhibition of Startle. Printz DJ; Butler PD; Palmer AA; DeSanti L; Rotrosen J; Gorman JM; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 27th Annual Meeting, 1997, New Orleans, LA, 747.3 January, 1997
203. Fos Expression Following Airpuff Startle in Intact and Deafened Rats Palmer AA; Printz MP International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, 6th Annual Meeting, 1997, San Diego, CA, 6:55 January, 1997
204. Fos Expression Defines Neural Substrates Mediating Autonomic Responses to Airpuff Startle Palmer AA; Printz MP Society for Neuroscience, 26th Annual Conference, 1996, Washington DC, 337.15 January, 1996



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