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  • n. One who works in the field of neuroendocrinology.


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

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

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

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  • 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.

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

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  • 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.

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  • In 1965 Geoffrey Harris, a neuroendocrinologist at Oxford University, castrated a group of newborn male rats, depriving them of the testosterone from their testes.

    Homosexuality and Biology

  • In 1959, at the University of California at Los Angeles, the neuroendocrinologist Charles Barraclough found that if a female rat was injected shortly before or after birth with testosterone, a male sex hormone, the abnormal amount of this hormone would make the rat permanently sterile, unable to ovulate.

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  • Although I consider myself an endocrinologist or neuroendocrinologist, with considerable interest in clinical endocrine research and not a biochemist, I personally carried out the isolation work on TRH,

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  • "It brings out the best and worst of us in every which way," the neuroendocrinologist recently told ABC's Good Morning America. | Top Stories


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