JournalClub

"Welcome to the Mood Disorders Journal Club. This experience is intended as an opportunity to draw together researchers, clinicians, and students from across the campus who have an interest in Mood Disorders research. I hope that it will provide you the opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of both papers and people with whom you may not otherwise come into contact. Thanks for your interest."  -Rick Shelton 

Organizer
Richard C. Shelton, M.D.
Charles Byron Ireland Chair
Professor and Vice Chair for Research
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology

Please find our schedule below.  All meetings take place at noon on the 10th Floor of the Sparks Center, Conference Room B 1024.

  DATE   ARTICLE   PRESENTER  
             
   01/17/14    CANCELED!      
  02/21/14   1. Browning et al. Using Attentional Modification as a Cognitive Vaccine Against Depression   Brendan Clark  
      2. Han et al.  SHANK3 overexpression causes manic-like behaviour with unique pharmacogenetic properties   Kazutoshi Nakazawa  
  03/21/14   1.  Carrier & Kabbaj  Sex differences in the antidepressant-like effects of ketamine   Teruko Bredemann  
  04/18/14   1.  Ahmari repeated cortico-striatal stimulation generates persistent OCD-like behavior 
2.  Burguiere et al.  Optogenetic stimulation of lateral orbitofronto-striatal pathway suppresses compulsive behaviors 
  Rosemary Puckett  
      3.  Baily et al.  Exposure to a social stressor alters the structure of the intestinal micobiota:  Implications for stressor-induced immunomodulation   Richard Shelton  
  05/16/14   1.  Kendler & Gardner.  Sex differences in the pathways to major depression:  A study of opposite-sex twin pairs
2.  Weissman.  Treatment of depression:  Men and women are different
   Li Li  
      3.  Milner et al.  Stress alters opioid receptor trafficking differently in male and female rats   Allie Widman  
  06/20/14   1.  Prossin et al. Dysregulation of Regional Endogenous Opioid Function in Borderline Personality Disorder
2.  New and Stanley. An Opioid Deficit in Borderline Personality Disorder:  Self-Cutting, Substance Abuse, and Social Dysfunction
  Richard Shelton  
      3.  Baudry et al. MiR-16 Targets the Serotonin Transporter: A New Facet for Adaptive Responses to Antidepressants   Levi Miller  
  07/18/14    Summer Break      
  08/15/14    Summer Break      
  09/19/14          
  10/17/14          
  10/18/13          
  11/21/14           
  12/19/14          

2013 Schedule of Presentations.

For questions, to join our mailing list or to nominate articles for discussion, please email Jamie White.