Florida State University
Dr. Lisa Lyons is currently accepting new graduate students.

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 (2018). Aging and the clock: Perspective from flies to humans. Eur J Neurosci, 51(1):454-481. PubMed
De Nobrega AK, Lyons LC (2017). Drosophila: An Emergent Model for Delineating Interactions between the Circadian Clock and Drugs of Abuse. Neural Plast , . PubMed
De Nobrega AK, Mellers AP, Lyons LC (2017). Aging and circadian dysfunction increase alcohol sensitivity and exacerbate mortality in Drosophila melanogaster. Exp Gerontol, 49-59. PubMed
Lyons LC, Gardner JS, Lentsch CT, Gandour CE, Krishnan HC, Noakes EJ (2017). Differential role of calpain-dependent protein cleavage in intermediate and long-term operant memory in Aplysia. Neurobiol Learn Mem, 134-141. PubMed
De Nobrega AK, Lyons LC (2016). Circadian Modulation of Alcohol-Induced Sedation and Recovery in Male and Female Drosophila. J Biol Rhythms, 31(2):142-60. PubMed
Krishnan HC, Gandour CE, Ramos JL, Wrinkle MC, Sanchez-Pacheco JJ, Lyons LC (2016). Acute sleep deprivation blocks short- and long-term operant memory in Aplysia. Sleep, 39(12):2161-2171. PubMed
Krishnan HC, Noakes EJ, Lyons LC (2016). Chronic sleep deprivation differentially affects short and long-term operant memory in Aplysia. Neurobiol Learn Mem, 349-59. PubMed
Lyons LC, Gardner JS, Gandour CE, Krishnan HC (2016). Role of proteasome-dependent protein degradation in long-term operant memory in Aplysia. Learn Mem, 24(1):59-64. PubMed

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Neuro Grads and Postdocs

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