Dr. Mary M. Boggiano

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Associate Professor, Psychology

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MAry BoggianoContact Information:

Email: boggiano@uab.edu
Office Phone: (205) 934 2408 
Fax: (205) 975 6110

Education:

PhD, 1998, University of Texas at El Paso, Psychology
Post-Doc, 2000, University of Cincinnati Medical College, Psychiatry

Research Program:

Past areas of research: the development of animal models of non-homeostatic eating (e.g.,bulimia nervosa, binge-eating, and obesity). These are based on interactions between environmental factors including a history of dieting (via cyclic caloric-restriction-refeeding), stress, access to highly palatable food, and non-food cues associated with overeating. These interactions have been found to alter the brain’s opioid control of food reward and to alter stress hormone responses. Other systems studied are brain monoamines, PYY, and melanocortin hormones. Current research interests involve translation of animal findings to improve diagnosis and treatment of human binge-eating and obesity.




Representative Publications (Hagan is former name):

Burgess, E. E., Bulent, T., Lokken, K. L., Morse, T., & Boggiano, M. M. (2014). Profiling motives behind hedonic eating: Preliminary validation of the Palatable Eating Motives Scale. Appetite, 72: 66-72.

Boggiano,M. M., Turan, B., Maldonado, C. R., Oswald, K. D., Shuman, E. J. (2012). Secretive food concocting in binge-eating: Test of a famine hypothesis. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 46: 212–225.

Corwin, R. Avena, N. M. & Boggiano, M. M. (2011). Feeding and reward: perspectives from three rat models of binge eating. Physiology & Behavior, 104: 87-97.

Oswald, K. D., Murdaugh, L. D., King, L. V. & Boggiano, M.M. (2010). Motivation for palatable food despite consequences in an animal model of binge-eating. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 44: 203-211.

Boggiano, M.M., Dorsey, J., Thomas, J. M., & Murdaugh, D. (2009). The Pavlovian power of palatable food: lessons for weight-loss adherence from a new rodent model of cue-induced overeating. International Journal of Obesity, 33:693-701.

McAllister, E. J., Dhurandhar, N. V., Keith, S., Aronne, L. J., Barger, J. , Baskin, M., Benca, R. M., Biggio, J., Boggiano, M.M., Eisenmann, J. C., Elobeid, M. , Fontaine, K., Gluckman, P., Hanlon, E. C., Katzmarzyk, P., Pietrobelli, A., Redden, D. T., Ruden, D. , Wang, C., Waterland, R., Wright, S., & Allison, D. B. (2009). Ten putative contributors to the obesity epidemic. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 49, 868-913.

Boggiano, M.M., Cavigelli, S. A., Dorsey, J. R., Pritchett-Kelley, C. E., Ragan, C.M., & Chandler-Laney, P. C. (2008). Effect of a cage divider permitting social stimuli on stress and food intake in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 95, 222-228.

Chandler-Laney, P.C., Castaneda, E., Artiga, A.I., Eldridge, A., Maddox, L., & Boggiano, M.M. (2007). History of caloric restriction induces neurochemical and behavioral changes in rats consistent with models of depression. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 87: 104–114.

Artiga, A. I., Viana, J. B., Maldonado, C.R., Chandler-Laney, P. C., Oswald, K. D. & Boggiano, M.M. (2007). Body composition and endocrine status of long-term stress-induced binge-eating rats. Physiology & Behavior, 91, 424-431.

Boggiano, M.M., Artiga, A. I., Pritchett, C. E., Chandler, P.C., Smith, M. L., & Eldridge, A. J. (2007). High intake of palatable food predicts binge-eating characteristics independent of susceptibility to obesity: An animal model of lean vs. obese binge eating and obesity with and without binge-eating. International Journal of Obesity, 31:1357-67.

Chandler, P.C., Castaneda, E., Viana, J.B., Oswald, K.D., Maldonado, C., & Boggiano, M.M., (2007). A history of human-like dieting alters serotonergic control of feeding and neurochemical balance in a rat model of binge-eating. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 40, 136-142.

Keith, S., Redden, D. T., Katzmarzyk, P., Boggiano, M.M., Hanlon, E. C., Benca, R.M., Ruden, D., Pietrobelli, A., Barger, J., Fontaine, K., Wang, C., Aronne, L., Wright, S., Baskin, M., Dhurandhar, N., Lijoi , M.C., Grilo, C., Deluca, M., Westfall, A. O. & Allison, D. B. (2006). Putative contributors to the secular increase in obesity: Exploring the roads less traveled. International Journal of Obesity, 30, 1585-94.

Boggiano, M.M., Chandler, P. C., Viana, J. B., Oswald, K. D., Maldonado, C. R., & Wauford, P. K. (2005). Combined dieting and stress evoke exaggerated responses to opioids in binge-eating rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 119, 1207-1214.

Chandler, P. C., Viana, J. B., Oswald, K. D., Wauford, P. K., & Boggiano, M.M., (2005). Feeding response to melanocortin agonist predicts preference for and obesity from a high-fat diet. Physiology & Behavior, 85, 221-230.

Tschop, M., Castaneda, T. R., Joost, H. G., Thone-Reineke, C., Ortmann, S., Klaus, S., Hagan, M. M., Chandler, P. C., Oswald, K. D., Benoit, S. C., Seeley, R. J., Kinzig, K.P., Moran, T. H., Beck-sickinger, A.G., Koglin, N., Rodgers, R.J., Blundell, J.E., Ishii, Y., Beattie, A.H., Holch, P., Allison, D. B., Raun, K., Madsen, K., Wulff, B.S., Stidsen, C.E., Birringer, M., Kreuzer, O. J., Schindler, M., Arndt, K., Rudolf, K., Mark, M., Deng, X.Y., Withcomb, D.C., Halem, H., Taylor, J., Dong, J., Datta, R., Culler, M., Craney, S., Flora, D., Smiley, D., Heiman, M. L. (2004). Physiology: does gut hormone PYY3-36 decrease food intake in rodents? Nature, 430 (6996): pg. 1-2 following 165.

Placidi, R. J., Chandler, P. C., Oswald, K. D., Maldonado, C., Wauford, P. K. & Boggiano, M. M. Stress and hunger alter the anorectic efficacy of fluoxetine on the binge-eating of rats with a history of caloric restriction, International Journal of Eating Disorders, 36, 1-14.

Chandler, P. C., Oswald, K. D., Maldonado, C., Wauford, P. K., Placidi, R. J. & Hagan, M. M., (2004). Effect of cholecystokinin (CCK-8) on hyperphagia induced by a high-fat diet and melanocortin antagonism, Peptides, 25, 299-306.

Hagan, M. M., Chandler, P. C., Wauford, P. K., Rybak, R. J., & Oswald, K. D. (2003). The role of palatable food and hunger as trigger factors in an animal model of stress-induced binge-eating. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 34, 183-197.

Hagan, M. M., Shuman, E. S., Oswald, K. D., Corcoran, K. J., Profitt, J. H., Blackburn, K. Schwiebert, M. W., Chandler, P.C., Birbaum, C. (2002). Incidence of Chaotic Eating Behaviors in Binge-Eating Disorder: Contributing Factors. Behavioral Medicine, 28, 99-105.

Hagan, M. M., Wauford, P. K., Chandler, P. C., Jarrett, L. A., Rybak, R. J., & Blackburn, K. (2002). A new animal model of binge eating: key synergistic role of past caloric restriction and stress. Physiology & Behavior, 77, 45-54.

Hagan, M. M., Benoit, S. C., Rushing, P. A., Pritchard, L. M., Woods, S. C., & Seeley, R.J. (2001). Immediate and prolonged patterns of AgRP (83-132)-induced c-Fos activation in hypothalamic and extrahypothalamic sites. Endocrinology, 142 (3), 1050-1056.

Hagan, M. M., Rushing, P. A., Benoit, S. C., Woods, S. C., & Seeley, R. J. (2001). Opioid receptor involvement in the effect of AgRP(83-132) on food intake and food selection. American Journal of Physiology, 280: R814-R821.

Hagan, M. M., Rushing, P.A., Pritchard, L. M. Schwartz, M. W., Strack, A., Vander Ploeg, L., Woods, S.C. & Seeley, R. J. (2000). Long-term orexigenic effects of agouti related peptide (83-132) involve mechanisms other than melanocortin receptor blockade. American Journal of Physiology ,279, R47-R52. Hagan, M. M., Whitworth, R. H., & Moss, D. E. (1999). Semistarvation-associated eating behaviors among college binge-eaters: A preliminary description and assessment scale. Behavioral Medicine, 25, 125-133.

Hagan, M. M., Havel, P. J., Seeley, R. J., Woods, S. C., Ekhator, N. N., Baker, D. G., Hill, K. K., Wortman, M. D., Miller, A. H., Gingerich, R. L., & Geracioti, T. D. (1999). Cerebrospinal fluid leptin measurements: Covariability with dopamine and cortisol in fasting humans. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 84, 3579-2558.

Hagan, M. M., Rushing, P. A., Schwartz, M. W., Yagaloff, K. A., Burn, P., Woods, S.C.,& Seeley, R. J. (1999). Role of CNS melanocortin system in response to overfeeding. Journal of Neuroscience, 19, 2362-2367.

Hagan, M. M., Castañeda, E., Fleming, S. M., Sumaya-Smith, I., Galloway, J., & Moss, D. E. (1998). Effect of peptide YY (PYY)-induced eating and drinking on the in vivo release of hippocampal acetylcholine (ACh), Brain Research, 805, 20-28.

Hagan, M. M., & Moss, D. E. (1997). Persistence of binge-eating patterns after a history of restriction with intermittent bouts of refeeding on palatable food in rats: Implications for bulimia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 22, 411-420.

Hagan, M. M., & Moss, D. E. (1995). Effect of peptide YY (PYY) on food-associated conflict. Physiology & Behavior, 58, 731-735.

Hagan, M. M., & Moss, D. E. (1991). An animal model of bulimia nervosa: opioid sensitivity to fasting episodes. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 39, 421- 422.

Teaching Interests:

PY101 - Intro to Psychology; PY335 - Motivation & Emotion; PY455/791 - Psychology of Eating Disorders & Obesity; Lectures in graduate Behavioral Neuroscience courses

Teaching Awards: -

Professor of the Month Award - Alpha Omicron Pi (UAB), 2002 -Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (Student Nominated), 2003 -Academic Keys Who's Who in Social Sciences Higher Education, 2004 -Selection to UAB -Master Teacher Program, 2005 -President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (UAB School of Social & Behavioral Sciences), 2006 -Professor of the Month Award – Alpha Omicron Pi (UAB), 2007 -Professor of the Month Award – Alpha Omicron Pi (UAB), 2010

For Information on Eating Disorders:
http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org
http://www.anad.org
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publicat/eatingdisorders
http://aedweb.org
http://www.edreferral.com
http://www.bedaonline.com

For Information on Healthy Weight-Loss:

http://www.oa.org
http://www.mypyramid.gov
http://win.niddk.nih.gov/publications/index.htm