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    • Assessment of Sex Differences Following Repeated Mild Head Injuries 

      Duggal, Aakaash; Vann, Philip; Metzger, Daniel; Ahmed, Affan; Sumien, Nathalie; Schreihofer, Derek (2022)
      Background: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of disability, morbidity, and mortality in the U.S. Although there is a growing understanding of the effects of moderate and severe TBI, less is understood about ...
    • Cocaine-induced stroke susceptibility: motor and cognitive outcomes 

      Vann, Philip (2018-03-14)
      Title: Cocaine-induced stroke susceptibility: motor and cognitive outcomes Presenters: Philip Vann, Cynthia Taylor, Wenjun Li, Michael J. Forster, Shaohua Yang, Nathalie Sumien Purpose: Epidemiological findings suggest ...
    • Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment improved Cognitive deficits in a mouse model of Alzheimer's Disease 

      Mensah-Kane, Paapa; Vann, Philip; Davis, Delaney; Dory, Lad; Sumien, Nathalie; 0000-0001-6380-3845 (Davis, Delaney) (2022)
      Purpose: Alzheimer's disease (AD) is an economic burden affecting 40 million people worldwide and projected to increase to 120 million by the year 2050. Current approved treatments of AD only manage symptoms, involving ...
    • Low-dose methotrexate exposure induced long-term cognitive deficits in mice 

      Trinh, Oanh; Sumien, Nathalie; Vann, Philip; Davis, Delaney; Luedtke, Robert; Basha, Riyaz; Singh, Meharvan; 0000-0001-6380-3845 (Davis, Delaney); 0000-0002-6773-2367 (Trinh, Oanh) (2022)
      Purpose: Chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment (CRCI) remains a mysterious morbidity that threatens the quality of life of up to 70% cancer survivors in the United States. Longitudinal studies of CRCI highlighted ...
    • The effects of previous exposure to chronic methamphetamine on drug-seeking behavior and neurodegeneration in male and female mice 

      Davis, Delaney; Metzger, Daniel; Vann, Philip; Wong, Jessica; Shetty, Ritu; Forster, Michael; Sumien, Nathalie; 0000-0001-6380-3845 (Davis, Delaney) (2022)
      Purpose: Recreational and medical use of stimulants among young adults have gained popularity in the United States over the last decade, with amphetamine compounds becoming the second most common illicit drug used in college ...