Florida State University
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Katherine Wright

Graduate Student
MSR 3310
645-6456

wright@neuro.fsu.edu

Interest
Behavioral neuroscience, sex differences in response to drugs of abuse, DNA methylation and cocaine relapse.
Recent Publications
Duclot F, Perez-Taboada I, Wright KN, Kabbaj M , Prediction of individual differences in fear response by novelty seeking, and disruption of contextual fear memory reconsolidation by ketamine., Neuropharmacology., 2016 PubMed
Iñiguez SD, Riggs LM, Nieto SJ, Wright KN, Zamora NN, Cruz B, Zavala AR, Robison AJ, Mazei-Robison MS, Fluoxetine exposure during adolescence increases preference for cocaine in adulthood, Sci Rep, 2015 PubMed
Wright KN, Hollis F, Duclot F, Dossat AM, Strong CE, Francis TC, Mercer R, Feng J, Dietz DM, Lobo MK, Nestler EJ, Kabbaj M, Methyl supplementation attenuates cocaine-seeking behaviors and cocaine-induced c-Fos activation in a DNA methylation-dependent manner, J Neurosci, 2015 PubMed
Iñiguez SD, Alcantara LF, Warren BL, Riggs LM, Parise EM, Vialou V, Wright KN, Dayrit G, Nieto SJ, Wilkinson MB, Lobo MK, Neve RL, Nestler EJ, Bolaños-Guzmán CA, Fluoxetine exposure during adolescence alters responses to aversive stimuli in adulthood, J Neurosci, 2014 PubMed
Warren BL, Vialou VF, Iñiguez SD, Alcantara LF, Wright KN, Feng J, Kennedy PJ, Laplant Q, Shen L, Nestler EJ, Bolaños-Guzmán CA, Neurobiological sequelae of witnessing stressful events in adult mice, Biol Psychiatry, 2013 PubMed
Parise EM, Alcantara LF, Warren BL, Wright KN, Hadad R, Sial OK, Kroeck KG, Iñiguez SD, Bolaños-Guzmán CA, Repeated ketamine exposure induces an enduring resilient phenotype in adolescent and adult rats, Biol Psychiatry, 2013 PubMed
Warren BL, Iñiguez SD, Alcantara LF, Wright KN, Parise EM, Weakley SK, Bolaños-Guzmán CA, Juvenile administration of concomitant methylphenidate and fluoxetine alters behavioral reactivity to reward- and mood-related stimuli and disrupts ventral tegmental area gene expression in adulthood, J Neurosci, 2011 PubMed

Faculty Advisor

Mohamed Kabbaj, Biomedical Sciences

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