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Pharmacology & Systems Physiology 

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Teresa Reyes, PhD

Associate Professor

  • Bachelors of Science: University of Wisconsin
  • Masters of Science: University of Wisconsin
  • PhD: University of Wisconsin
Contact Information
  • Reading Campus
  • 2120 East Galbraith Road
  • A-129
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45237-0506
  • Office 513-558-4338
  • Fax 513-297-0966
  • Email

Peer Reviewed Publications

Grissom NM, George R, Reyes TM. 2017. Suboptimal nutrition in early life affects the inflammatory gene expression profile and behavioral responses to stressors. Brain Behav Immun., 63, 115-126

McKee SE, Grissom NM, Herdt CT, Reyes TM. 2017. Methyl donor supplementation alters cognitive performance and motivation in female offspring from high-fat diet-fed dams. FASEB J. , (6) , 2352-2363

Carlin JL, Grissom N, Ying Z, Gomez-Pinilla F, Reyes TM. 2016. Voluntary exercise blocks Western diet-induced gene expression of the chemokines CXCL10 and CCL2 in the prefrontal cortex. Brain Behav Immun., 58, 82-90

J. L. Carlin, S. E. McKee, T. Hill-Smith, N. M. Grissom, R. George, I.Lucki and T. M Reyes 2016. Removal of high fat diet after chronic exposure drives binge behavior and dopaminergic dysregulation in female mice. Neuroscience, 326, 170-9.

Thanos PK, Zhuo J, Robison L, Kim R, Ananth M, Choai I, Grunseich A, Grissom NM, George R, Delis F, Reyes TM. 2016. Suboptimal maternal diets alter mu opioid receptor and dopamine type 1 receptor binding but exert no effect on dopamine transporters in the offspring brain. Int J Dev Neurosci., 16 , 30211-8

Grissom NM, George R, Reyes TM 2015. The hypothalamic transcriptional response to stress is severely impaired in offspring exposed to adverse nutrition during gestation. Neuroscience, ,

Hale MW, Spencer SJ, Conti B, Jasoni CL, Kent S, Radler ME, Reyes TM, Sominsky L. 2015. Diet, behavior and immunity across the lifespan. Neurosci Biobehav Rev., 58 , 46-62

N. M. Grissom, C. T. Herdt, J. Desilets, J. Lidsky-Everson, T. M. Reyes. 2015. Dissociable deficits of executive function caused by gestational adversity are linked to specific transcriptional changes in the prefrontal cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology, 40 6,