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neuroendocrinologist

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  • noun One who works in the field of neuroendocrinology.

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Examples

  • The research is from a Nature article by Dr Zane Andrews, a neuroendocrinologist with Monash University's Department of Physiology.

    Boing Boing

  • "Acutely, stress helps us remember some things better," says neuroendocrinologist Bruce McEwen of Rockefeller University.

    Who Says Stress Is Bad For You?

  • Dr. Carter, a neuroendocrinologist now at the University of Illinois at Chicago, helped establish a link between vole monogamy and oxytocin -- the so-called love hormone that helps bind mates, as well as mothers and their offspring.

    Keeping Love Alive

  • "PCBs, which mimic thyroid hormones, have a profound effect on the developing brain," says neuroendocrinologist Peter Hauser of the University of Maryland.

    The Great Impostors

  • D., a neuroendocrinologist with the Bassett Research Institute and lead author on the study.

    Artificial Light, Melatonin, and Breast Cancer

  • D., a neuroendocrinologist with the Bassett Research Institute and lead author on the study.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Around twenty years ago, a neuroendocrinologist named Sue Carter began examining the brain of the prairie vole in an attempt to understand what caused its unusual fidelity.

    Mind Wide Open

  • Around twenty years ago, a neuroendocrinologist named Sue Carter began examining the brain of the prairie vole in an attempt to understand what caused its unusual fidelity.

    Mind Wide Open

  • Around twenty years ago, a neuroendocrinologist named Sue Carter began examining the brain of the prairie vole in an attempt to understand what caused its unusual fidelity.

    Mind Wide Open

  • Around twenty years ago, a neuroendocrinologist named Sue Carter began examining the brain of the prairie vole in an attempt to understand what caused its unusual fidelity.

    Mind Wide Open

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