Florida State University

Dr. Lisa Lyons is currently accepting new graduate students.

Lyons

Dr. Lisa Lyons

Associate Professor of Biological Science & Neuroscience

Faculty
Biological Science
KIN 3017
645-8255

lyons@neuro.fsu.edu

Interest
Signaling and circadian modulation regulating associative memory
Recent Publications
De Nobrega AK, Lyons LC, Aging and the clock: Perspective from flies to humans, Eur J Neurosci, 2018 PubMed
De Nobrega AK, Lyons LC , Drosophila: An Emergent Model for Delineating Interactions between the Circadian Clock and Drugs of Abuse, Neural Plast , 2017 PubMed
Lyons LC, Gardner JS, Lentsch CT, Gandour CE, Krishnan HC, Noakes EJ, Differential role of calpain-dependent protein cleavage in intermediate and long-term operant memory in Aplysia, Neurobiol Learn Mem, 2017 PubMed
De Nobrega AK, Mellers AP, Lyons LC, Aging and circadian dysfunction increase alcohol sensitivity and exacerbate mortality in Drosophila melanogaster, Exp Gerontol, 2017 PubMed
De Nobrega AK, Lyons LC, Circadian Modulation of Alcohol-Induced Sedation and Recovery in Male and Female Drosophila, J Biol Rhythms, 2016 PubMed
Lyons LC, Gardner JS, Gandour CE, Krishnan HC, Role of proteasome-dependent protein degradation in long-term operant memory in Aplysia, Learn Mem, 2016 PubMed
Krishnan HC, Noakes EJ, Lyons LC, Chronic sleep deprivation differentially affects short and long-term operant memory in Aplysia, Neurobiol Learn Mem, 2016 PubMed
Krishnan HC, Gandour CE, Ramos JL, Wrinkle MC, Sanchez-Pacheco JJ, Lyons LC, Acute sleep deprivation blocks short- and long-term operant memory in Aplysia, Sleep, 2016 PubMed
Krishnan HC, Lyons LC, Synchrony and desynchrony in circadian clocks: impacts on learning and memory, Learn Mem, 2015 PubMed

All Publications PubMed

Neuro Grads and Postdocs

Aliza DeNobrega, Graduate Student

Amber Parnell, Graduate Student

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