Klaus A. Miczek
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Eurpean Behavioural Pharmacology Society at Rome, Italy

September 4, 2009 at 6pm to September 7, 2009 at 7pm
lectures and posters on interactions between brain, neurochemistry and behavior in clinical and preclinical research.
Jul 27, 2009

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Main areas of research:
Aggression, Stress, Drug Abuse, Alcohol
Interests/keywords:
ethology, in vivo microdialysis, neuropharmacology, monoamines, GABA, glutamate, neuropeptides
Current title/position:
Professor
Collaborators:
Joseph F. DeBold, Rosa de Almeida, Silvana Chiavegatto, Jozef Haller, John Neumaier, Uwe Rudolph, James Rowlett, James Cook, Ella Nikulina, Markus Heilig
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://ase.tufts.edu/faculty-guide/fac/kmiczek.psych.htm
Publications:
Caldwell, E. E. and Miczek, K. A. Long term citalopram maintenance in mice:
selective reduction of alcohol-heightened aggression. Psychopharmacology 2008 196: 407-416
Fish, E. W., McKenzie-Quirk, S. D., Bannai, M., and Miczek, K. A. 5-HT1B receptor inhibition of alcohol-heightened aggression in mice: comparison to drinking and running. Psychopharmacology 2008 197:145-156
Covington, H. E., Tropea, T., Rajadhyaksha, A., Kosofsky, B. E., and Miczek, K. A. Intense cocaine taking and episodic social defeat stress in rats: Role of NMDA receptors in the ventral tegmental area. Psychopharmacology 2008 197:203-216
de Almeida, R.M.M., Benini, Q.; Betat, J.S., Hipolide, D. C., Miczek, K. A., Svensson, A. I. Heightened aggression after chronic flunitrazepam in male rats: Role of cortical and caudate-putamen binding sites. Psychopharmacology 2008 197:309-318
Nikulina, E. M., Arrillaga-Romany. I., Miczek, K. A. and Hammer, R. P., Jr. Long-lasting cellular activation in mesocorticolimbic structures after repeated social defeat stress in rats: time course of mu-opioid receptor mRNA and FosB/deltaFosB immunoreactivity. European J. Neuroscience 2008 27:2272-2284
Faccidomo, S. P., Bannai, M. and Miczek, K. A. Escalated aggression after alcohol drinking in male mice: prefrontal cortex serotonin and 5-HT1B receptors. Neuropsychopharmacology 2008 33:2888-2899
Miczek, K. A. and de Wit, H. Challenges for translational psychopharmacology research – some basic principles. Psychopharmacology 2008 199:291-301
Miczek, K. A., Covington, H. E., and Yap, J. J. Social Stress, Therapeutics and Drug Abuse: Preclinical Models of Escalated and Depressed Intake. Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2008 120:102-128
McKenzie-Quirk, S. D. and Miczek, K. A. Social separation and context: alcohol consumption in squirrel monkeys. Psychopharmacology 2008 201:137-146
Centenaro, L. A., Vieira, K., Zimmermann, N., Miczek, K. A. Lucion, A. B., and de Almeida, R. M. M. Social instigation and aggressive behavior in mice: role of 5-HT1A and 5-HT1B receptors in the prefrontal cortex. Psychopharmacology 2008 201:237-248
Cruz, F.C., Quadros, I. M., Planeta, C da S. and Miczek, K. A. Maternal separation stress in mice: Long-term increases in alcohol intake. Psychopharmacology 2008 201:459-465
Takahashi, A., Yap, J. J., Bogager, D. Z., Faccidomo, S., Clayton, T., Cook, J. M. and Miczek, K. A. Glutamatergic and GABAergic modulation of ultrasonic vocalizations during maternal separation distress in mouse pups. Psychopharmacology 2009 204:61-72
Anstrom, K.K., Miczek, K. A., and Budygin, E. A. Increased phasic dopamine signaling in the mesolimbic pathway during social defeat in rats. Neuroscience 2009 161:3-12

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At 2:00pm on July 27, 2009,
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Thank you for joining! I have just added the recent special issues of Psychopharmacology to the "free access" thread.
 
 
 

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