Publications

Journals

  1. Galea, L.A.M., & Kimura, D. (1993). Sex differences in route learning. Personality and Individual differences, 14: 53-65. IF: 1.423
  2. Saksida, L., Galea, L.A.M., & Kavaliers, M. (1993). Predator-induced opioid and non-opioid mediated analgesia in young meadow voles: Sex differences and developmental changes. Brain Research, 617, 214-219. IF: 2.341
  3. Saksida, L., Galea, L.A.M., & Kavaliers, M. (1993). Antinociceptive effects of the enkephalinase inhibitor, SCH 34826, in the snail, Cepaea nemoralis. Peptides,14, 763-765. IF: 2.701
  4. Kavaliers, M., Wiebe, J., & Galea, L.A.M. (1994). Reduction of predator-induced anxiety and aversion in mice by the neurosteroid, 3a-hydroxy-4-pregnen-20-one (3aHP). Brain Research, 645, 325-329. IF: 2.341
  5. Kavaliers, M., Wiebe, J., & Galea, L.A.M. (1994). Male preference for the odors of estrous female mice is enhanced by the neurosteroid 3a-hydroxy-4-pregnen-20-one (3aHP). Brain Research, 646, 140-144. IF 2.341
  6. Kavaliers, M., & Galea, L.A.M. (1994). Spatial water-maze learning using celestial cues by the meadow vole, Microtus pennsylvanicus. Behavioral Brain Research, 61, 97-100. IF: 3.206
  7. Galea, L.A.M., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P., Innes, D. L., & Hargreaves, E.L. (1994). Sexually-dimorphic spatial learning varies seasonally in two populations of deer mice. Brain Research, 635, 18-26. IF: 2.341
  8. Galea, L.A.M., Saksida, L., Kavaliers, M., & Ossenkopp, K.-P. (1994). Naloxone enhances spatial acquisition of a water-maze task in non-breeding female but not in non-breeding male meadow voles. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 47, 265-271. IF: 2.092
  9. Galea, L.A.M., Ossenkopp, K.-P., & Kavaliers, M. (1994). Developmental changes in spatial learning in the Morris water-maze in young meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus. Behaviorial Brain Research, 60, 43-50. IF:3.206
  10. Galea, L.A.M., Kavaliers, M., & Ossenkopp, K.-P. (1994). Performance (re-acquisition) of a water-maze task by adult meadow voles: Effects of age of juvenile acquisition and in utero environment (litter sex-ratio). Behavioral Brain Research, 63, 177-185. IF:3.206
  11. Kavaliers, M., & Galea, L.A.M. (1995). Sex differences in the expression and antagonism of swim stress-induced analgesia in deer mice vary with the breeding season. Pain, 63, 327-334. IF: 4.836
  12. Galea, L.A.M., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P., & Hampson, E.. (1995). Gonadal hormones and spatial learning in the Morris water-maze in the male and female meadow vole, Microtus pennsylanicus. Hormones and Behavior, 29, 106-125. IF: 3.789
  13. Kavaliers, M., Colwell, D., & Galea, L.A.M. (1995). Parasitic infection impairs spatial learning in mice. Animal Behavior, 50, 223-229. IF: 2.711
  14. Conrad, C. D., Galea, L.A.M., Kuroda, Y., & McEwen, B. S. (1996). Chronic stress impairs spatial memory on the Y-maze and this effect is blocked by tianeptine pre-treatment. Behavioral Neuroscience, 110, 1321-1334. IF:2.907
  15. Galea, L.A.M., Kavaliers, M., & Ossenkopp, K.-P. (1996). Sexually-Dimorphic Spatial Learning in Meadow Voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus and Deer Mice, Peromyscus maniculatus. Journal of Experimental Biology, 199, 195-200. IF: 2.631
  16. Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P., Prato, F. S., Innes, D. G. L., Galea, L.A.M., & Kinsella, D. M. (1996). Spatial learning in deer mice: Sex differences and the effects of endogenous opioids and 60Hz magnetic fields. Journal of Comparative Physiology, 179, 715-24. IF: 3.638
  17. Gould, E., McEwen, B. S., Tanapat, P., Galea, L.A.M., & Fuchs, E. (1997). Neurogenesis in the Dentate Gyrus of the Adult Tree Shrew Is Regulated by Psychosocial Stress and NMDA Receptor Activation, Journal of Neuroscience,17, 2492-2498. IF: 7.453
  18. Galea, L.A.M., McEwen, B. S., Tanapat, P., Deak, T., Spencer, R. L., & Dhabar, F. S. (1997). Sex differences in dendritic atrophy of CA3 pyramidal neurons in response to chronic restraint stress. Neuroscience, 81, 689-697. IF: 3.427
  19. Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K. P., Galea, L.A.M. & Kolb, B. (1998). Sex differences in spatial learning and prefrontal and parietal cortical dendritic morphology in the meadow vole, Microtus pennsylvanicus, Brain Research, 810, 41-47. IF:2.341
  20. Tanapat, P., Galea, L.A.M., & Gould, E. (1998). Stress inhibits the proliferation of granule cell precursors in the developing dentate gyrus. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 16, 235-239. IF: 2.924
  21. Galea, L.A.M., & McEwen, B. S. (1999). Sex and seasonal differences in the rate of cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus of adult wild meadow voles. Microtus pennsylvannicus. Neuroscience, 89, 955-964. IF: 3.427
  22. Galea, L.A.M., Perrot-Sinal, T. S., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.P. (1999). Relationships of hippocampal volume and dentate gyrus width to gonadal hormone levels in male and female meadow voles. Brain Research, 821, 383-391. IF: 2.341
  23. Galea, L.A.M., Ormerod, B., Kostaras, X., Sampath, S., Wilkie, D. & Phelps, M. (2000). Spatial working memory and hippocampal size across pregnancy in rats. Hormones & Behaviour, 37, 86-95. IF: 3.789
  24. Ormerod, B. K. & Galea, L.A.M. (2001) Reproductive status influences cell proliferation and cell survival in the dentate gyrus of adult female meadow voles: a possible regulatory role for estradiol. Neuroscience, 102, 371-381. IF:3.427
  25. Galea, L.A.M., Wide, J., Barr, A. (2001). Estradiol alleviates depressive-like symptoms in a novel animal model of post-partum depression. Behavioral Brain Research, 122, 1-9. IF 3.206
  26. Boonstra, R., Galea, L.A.M., Matthews, S., Wojtowicz, J.M. (2001). Adult neurogenesis in natural populations. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 79, 297- 302. IF: 1.380
  27. Tanapat, P., Hastings, N.B., Rydel, T.A., Galea, L.A.M., & Gould, E. (2001). Exposure to fox odor inhibits cell proliferation in the hippocampus of adult rats via an adrenal hormone-dependent mechanism. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 437, 496-504. IF: 3.831
  28. Galea, L.A.M., Wide, J.K., Paine, T.A., Holmes, M.M., Ormerod, B.K. & Floresco, S.B.(2001). High levels of estradiol disrupt conditioned place preference learning, stimulus response learning and reference memory but have no effects on working memory. Behavioral Brain Research, 126, 115-126. IF 3.206
  29. Holmes, M.M. & Galea, L.A.M. (2002). Defensive behavior, and hippocampal cell proliferation: differential modulation by naltrexone during stress. Behavioral Neuroscience, 116, 160-168. IF: 2.907
  30. Galea, L.A.M., Kostaras, X., Sidhu, J.J. & Barr, A.M. (2002). High levels of estradiol impair spatial performance in the Morris water maze and increase “depressive-like” behaviors in the female meadow vole. Physiology and Behavior, 77, 217-25. IF:3.339
  31. Holmes, M.M., Wide, J.K. & Galea, L.A.M. (2002). Low levels of estradiol facilitate while high levels of estradiol impair working memory performance in the working/reference memory version of the radial arm maze. Behavioral Neuroscience, 116, 928-934. IF: 2.907
  32. Ormerod, B.K., Lee, T. T-Y. & Galea, L.A.M. (2003). Estradiol initially enhances but subsequently suppresses (via adrenal steroids) granule cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus of adult female rats. Journal of Neurobiology, 55, 247-260. IF: 4.209
  33. Falconer, E.M.& Galea, L.A.M. (2003). Sex differences in defensive behaviors, cell proliferation and survival in the dentate gyrus in response to acute predator odor stress. Brain Research, 975, 22-36. IF: 2.341
  34. Ormerod, B. K., and Galea, L.A.M. (2003). Reproductive status alters cell survival in the dentate gyrus of adult male rodents. Neuroscience Letters, 346, 25-28. IF: 2.091
  35. Ormerod, B. K., Falconer, E.M., and Galea, L.A.M. (2003). NMDA receptor activity and estradiol: Separate regulation of cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus of adult female meadow voles. Journal of Endocrionology, 179, 155-163. IF: 3.045
  36. Holmes, M.M., Mistlberger, R., Galea, L.A.M. & Kempermann, G., (2004) Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis and Voluntary Running Activity: Circadian and Dose Dependent Effects. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 76, 216-222. IF:3.109
  37. Wide J.K., Hanratty K, Ting, J., & Galea, L.A.M. (2004). High level estradiol impairs and low level estradiol facilitates non-spatial working memory. Behavioral Brain Research, 155, 45-53. IF: 3.206 [NSERC]
  38. Ormerod, B. K., Lee T.-T. Y. and Galea, L.A.M. (2004). Estradiol enhances neurogenesis in the dentate gyri of adult male meadow voles by increasing the survival of young granule neurons. Neuroscience, 128, 645-654. IF: 3.520 [CIHR]
  39. Pawluski, J.L., and Galea, L.A.M. (2006). Hippocampal morphology is differentially affected by reproductive experience. Journal of Neurobiology. 66, 71-81. COVER ART IF: 4.209 [HELP/BC Ministry]   now Developmental Neurobiology
  40. Pawluski, J.L., Walker, S.K., and Galea, L.A.M. (2006). Reproductive experience differentially affects spatial reference and working memory performance in the mother. Hormones and Behavior, 49, 143-149. IF: 4.142 [HELP/BC Ministry]
  41. Nagy, A.I., Ormerod, B.K., Mazzucco, C.A. and Galea, L.A.M. (2006). Estradiol-Induced Enhancement in Cell Proliferation is Mediated Through Estrogen Receptors in the Dentate Gyrus of Adult Female Rats. Drug, Development Research, 66, 142-149. [CIHR] invited paper: IF: 1.146
  42. Galea, L.A.M., Spritzer, M.D., Barker, J.M., and Pawluski, J.L. (2006). Gonadal hormone modulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis. Hippocampus, 16, 225-232. [CIHR] IF: 4.710
  43. Mazzucco C.A., Lieblich, S.E., Bingham, B.I., Williamson, M.A., Viau V. and Galea, L.A.M. (2006). Both ERa and ERβ agonists enhance hippocampal cell proliferation in the female rat. Neuroscience,141,1793-800. IF: 3.520 [CIHR]
  44. Brummelte, S., Pawluski, J.L. and Galea, L.A.M. (2006).High postpartum levels of corticosterone given to dams influence postnatal neurogenesis and behaviour of offspring: A model of post-partum stress and possible depression. Hormones and Behavior, 50, 370-382. IF: 4.142 [NARSAD]
  45. Sinopoli, K.J., Floresco, S.B. and Galea, L.A.M. (2006). Systemic and local administration of estradiol into the prefrontal cortex or hippocampus differentially alters working memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 86, 293-304. [NSERC] IF: 3.593
  46. Kambo, J.S, and Galea, L.A.M. (2006). Activational levels of androgens influence risk assessment behaviour but do not influence stress-induced suppression in hippocampal cell proliferation in adult male rats. Behavioral Brain Research,175, 263-270. IF: 3.206
  47. Pawluski, J.L., Vanderbyl, B.L., Ragan, K., Galea, L.A.M. (2006) First reproductive experience persistently affects spatial reference and working memory in the mother and these effects are not due to pregnancy- or ‘mothering’- alone. Behavioural Brain Research, 175, 157-165. [CIHR] IF: 3.206
  48. Hill, M.N, Kambo, J.S., Sun, J. C., Gorzalka, B.B. and Galea, L.A.M. (2006) Endocannabinoids modulate stress-induced suppression of hippocampal cell proliferation and activation of defensive behaviours. European Journal of Neuroscience, 24,1845-1849. [NSERC] IF: 3.789
  49. Spritzer, M.D., and Galea, L.A.M. (2007). Testosterone and Dihydrotestosterone, but not Estradiol, Enhance Hippocampal Neurogenesis in Adult Male Rats. Developmental Neurobiology, 67, 1321-1333. IF: 4.209 [CIHR] now Developmental Neurobiology 2.793
  50. Epp, J.R., Spritzer, M.D., Galea L.A.M. (2007) Hippocampus-dependent learning promotes survival of new neurons in the dentate gyrus at a specific time during cell maturation. Neuroscience, 149, 273-285. IF: 3.520 [NSERC]
  51. Barha, C., Pawluski, J.L, .Galea, L.A.M. (2007). Maternal care affects male and female offspring working memory and stress reactivity . Physiology and Behavior, 92, 939-950. IF: 3.339 [NSERC].
  52. Pawluski, J.L. and Galea, L.A.M. (2007). Reproductive experience alters hippocampal neurogenesis during the postpartum period in the dam. Neuroscience, 149, 53-67. IF: 3.520 [CIHR] COVER ART
  53. Spritzer, M.D., Gill, M., Weinberg, A. and Galea, L.A.M. (2008) Castration differentially affects spatial working and reference memory in adult male rats. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 37, 19-29.[NSERC] IF: 3.425
  54. Galea, L.A.M. (2008). Gonadal Hormone Modulation of Neurogenesis in the Dentate Gyrus of Adult Male and Female Rodents. Brain Research Reviews, 57, 332-341. IF:7.330 [CIHR]
  55. Barker, J.M., Galea LAM (2008). Repeated estradiol administration increases cell proliferation and decreases cell death in female, but not male, rats. Neuroscience, 152, 888-902. IF: 3.556 [CIHR]
  56. Mueller, A, Pollock, M.S., Leiblich, S.E., Epp, J.R, Galea, L.A.M., Mistlberger, R.E.(2008) Sleep deprivation can inhibit adult hippocampal neurogenesis independent of adrenal stress hormones. American Journal of Physiology, 294, 1693-1670. IF: 3.663
  57. Green, AD., & Galea, L.A.M. (2008). Adult Hippocampal Cell Proliferation is suppressed with estrogen withdrawal after a hormone-simulated pregnancy. Hormones and Behavior, 54 203-211. IF: 4.142 [NARSAD] COVER ART
  58. Mazzucco C.A.,Walker, H.A., Pawluski, J.L., Lieblich, S.E., and Galea, L.A.M. (2008). ERa, but not ERβ, mediates the expression of sexual behaviour in the female rat. Behavioral Brain Research, 191, 111-117. [NSERC] IF: 3.206
  59. Galea, L.A.M., Uban+, K.A., Epp+, J.R., Brummelte+, S, Barha+, C.K., Wilson+, W.L., Lieblich, S.E., Pawluski+, JL (2008). Endocrine Regulation Of Cognition And Neuroplasticity: Our Pursuit To Unveil The Complex Interaction Between Hormones, The Brain And Behaviour. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62: 247-260. IF: 1.971
  60. Pawluski, JL, Charlier, TD, Hammond, GL, Galea, LAM (2009). Reproductive experience affects corticosterone and corticosteroid binding globulin during the postpartum period in the dam. Physiology and Behavior 96:108-114. [CIHR] IF: 3.339
  61. Pawluski, JL, Lieblich, S.E., Galea, LAM (2009). Offspring exposure reduces depressive-like behaviour in the parturient female rat. Behavioral Brain Research, 197: 55-61. [CIHR] IF: 3.206
  62. Barha, C.K., Lieblich, S.E., Galea L.A.M. (2009). Different forms of oestrogens rapidly upregulate hippocampal cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus of young female rats. Journal of Neuroendocrinology, 21, 155-166. [PARF] IF: 3.281 COVER ART
  63. Epp.J.R. and Galea, L.A.M. (2009). Hippocampus-dependent strategy choice predicts low levels of cell proliferation in the dentate-gyrus. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 91(4):437-46. [NSERC] IF: 3.674
  64. Spritzer, M.D., Weinberg, A., Viau, V. Galea, L.A.M. (2009). Prior sexual stimulation increases hippocampal cell proliferation and risk assessment behavior in response to acute predator odor stress in the male rat. Behavioral Brain Research, 200 (1):106-12.[NSERC] IF: 3.206
  65. Green, AD., Barr, A.M., Galea, L.A.M. (2009). Role of estradiol withdrawal in ‘anhedonic’ sucrose consumption: a model of postpartum depression. Physiology & Behaviour, 97, 259-265.[NARSAD] IF: 3.339
  66. Pawluski, J.L., Brummelte, S., Barha, C.K., Crozier,T.M., Galea L.A.M. (2009). Effects of steroid hormones on neurogenesis in the hippocampus of the adult female rodent during the estrous cycle, pregnancy, lactation and aging. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, 30, 343-357. [CIHR] IF: 12.039
  67. Barker, J.M. Galea L.A.M. (2009). Sex and regional differences in estradiol content in the prefrontal cortex, amygdala and hippocampus of adult male and female rats. General and Comparative Endocrinology 164,77-84. [NSERC] IF: 2.629
  68. Epp.J.R., Barker, J.M., and Galea, L.A.M. (2009). Running wild: Neurogenesis in the hippocampus across the lifespan in wild and laboratory-bred Norway rats. Hippocampus 19:1040-1049. [NSERC] IF: 4.710
  69. Pawluski, J.L., Galea L.A.M., Brain, U., Papsdorf, M, Oberlander, T.F.(2009). Neonatal S100B protein levels after prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Pediatrics 124:e662-70. [CIHR] IF: 5.785
  70. Barker, J.M., Galea L.A.M. (2010). Males show stronger contextual fear conditioning than females after context pre-exposure. Physiology and Behavior, 99, 82-90. IF: 3.339
  71. Barha, C.K., Dalton G.L., and Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Low doses of 17α-estradiol and 17β-estradiol facilitate, while higher doses of estrone and 17α- and 17β-estradiol impair, contextual fear conditioning in adult female rats. Neuropsychopharmacology, 35, 547-559. [PARF].IF:6.813
  72. Brummelte S. and Galea, L.A.M. (2010) Depression during pregnancy and postpartum: contribution of stress and ovarian hormones. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 34:766-776 [CIHR] IF: 2.891
  73. Epp, J.R., Haack, A, Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Task difficulty in the Morris water task influences the survival of new neurons in the dentate gyrus. Hippocampus, 20:866-876 [NSERC] IF: 4.710
  74. Sliwowska, J.H, Barker, J.M., Barha, C.K., Weinberg J, Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Effects of prenatal ethanol exposure and stress on hippocampal neurogenesis in adult male rats. Stress,13: 301-313. [HELP]. IF:3.789
  75. Barha,C.K., Galea, L.A.M. (in press, December 7, 2009) Motherhood alters the cellular response to estrogens in the hippocampus later in life. Neurobiology of Aging. [PARF]. IF:3.556
  76. Pawulski, J.L., Barakauskas V.E., Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Pregnancy decreases pyknosis and ERalpha expression in the hippocampus. Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 22: 248-257. [CIHR] IF: 3.7 (2009; 3.281 5 y)
  77. Brummelte S. Schmidt, K.L.,Taves, M. Soma K.K. and Galea, L.A.M. (2010) Elevated corticosterone levels in stomach milk, serum, and brain of male and female offspring after maternal corticosterone treatment. Developmental Neurobiology 70: 714-725 [CIHR] IF: 2.793
  78. Barha, C.K., and Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Influence of different estrogens on neuroplasticity and cognition in the hippocampus. BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICAL ACTA: General Subjects, 1800: 1056-1067. [PARF] IF: 2.772
  79. Brummelte S. and Galea, L.A.M. (2010) Chronic corticosterone during pregnancy and postpartum affects maternal care, cell proliferation and depressive-like behavior in the dam. Hormones and Behavior. [CIHR] IF: 4.142
  80. Rummel, J.+, Epp, J.R.+, Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Estradiol does not influence strategy choice but place strategy choice is associated with increased cell proliferation in the hippocampus of female rats Hormones and Behavior. [NSERC] IF: 4.142+ both authors contributed equally
  81. Uban, K.A., Sliwowska, J.H., Leiblich, S.E., Ellis, L.A., Yu, W.L., Weinberg, J. Galea, L.A.M. (2010). Prenatal alcohol exposure reduces the proportion of newly produced neurons and glia in the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus in female rats. Hormones and Behaviour, 58(5):835-43. IF: 4.142 [HELP]
  82. Epp, J.R., Scott, N., Galea, L.A.M. (2011). Strain differences in neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus in response to spatial learning in adult male rats. Neuroscience, 172:342-54. IF: 3.520 [NSERC].
  83. Cuttler, C., Graf, P., Pawluski, J.L., Galea, L.A.M. (2011). Everyday life cognitive deficits in pregnant women: The role of cortisol, mood, physical symptoms, sleep and busyness. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. IF:1.971 [NSERC]
  84. Epp, J.R., Haack, A, Galea, L.A.M. (2011). Activation and survival of immature neurons in the dentate gyrus with spatial memory is dependent on time of exposure to spatial learning and age of cells at examination. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 95: 316-325.IF:3.674 [NSERC]
  85. Galea, L.A.M., Barha, C.K., (2011). Commentary: Maternal BPA reduces attractiveness of male progeny. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(28):11305-11306. IF:9.771
  86. Barha,C.K., Galea, L.A.M. (2011) Motherhood alters the cellular response to estrogens in the hippocampus later in life. Neurobiology of Aging. 32:2091-2095. [PARF]. IF:6.239
  87. Barha, C.K.+, Brummelte S.+, Lieblich, S.E. Galea, L.A.M. (2011). Chronic restraint stress in adolescence differentially influences HPA axis function and adult hippocampal neurogenesis in male and female rats. Hippocampus. + both authors contributed equally IF: 4.710.[CIHR]
  88. Wainwright, S.R., Lieblich, S.E., Galea L.A.M, (2011). Hypogonadism predisposes males to the development of behavioural and neuroplastic depressive phenotypes. Psychoneuroendocrinology 36:1327-1341 IF: 5.168 [NSERC]
  89. Wong, J.H.K., Brummelte, S, Galea, L.A.M. (2011). Elevated corticosterone levels during the first postpartum period influences subsequent pregnancy outcome and behaviour of the dam. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 23: 1156-1165,. IF: 4.650 [CIHR]
  90. Barha, C.K., Ishrat, T., Epp, JR, Galea L.A.M., Stein, DG (2011). Progesterone treatment normalizes the levels of cell proliferation and cell death in the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus after traumatic brain injury. Experimental Neurology, 231:72-81. IF: 4.436 [NSERC]
  91. Brummelte, S., Lieblich S.E., Galea, L.A.M. (2012). Gestational and postpartum corticosterone exposure to the dam affects behavioral and endocrine outcome of the offspring. Neuropharmacology,62:406-418. [CIHR] IF:4.677
  92. Workman, J.L., Barha, C.K., Galea, L.A.M. (2012; invited review). Endocrine substrates of cognitive and affective changes during pregnancy and postpartum. Behavioral Neuroscience, 126:54-72. IF:2.481
  93. Uban, K.A. Rummel, J., Floresco, S.B, Galea, L.A.M. (2012). Estradiol Modulates Effort-Based Decision Making in Female Rats. Neuropsychopharmacology, 37(2):390-401. IF:6.813 [NSERC]
  94. Barha,C.K., Galea, L.A.M. (2013). The hormone therapy, Premarin, impairs hippocampus-dependent spatial learning and memory and reduces activation of new dentate gyrus neurons in response to memory in female rats. Neurobiology of Aging, 34(3):986-1004. [Alzheimer] IF: 6.189
  95. Workman, J.L., Brummelte, S, and Galea, L.A.M. (2013) Postpartum corticosterone administration reduces dendritic complexity and increases the density of mushroom spines of hippocampal CA3 arbors in dams. Journal of Neuroendocrinology, 25(2):119-30. [CIHR] IF: 3.138
  96. McClure, RE,+ Barha,C.K.+, Galea, L.A.M. (2013) 17β-Estradiol, but not estrone, increases the survival and activation of new neurons in the hippocampus in response to spatial memory in adult female rats. Hormones and Behavior, 63: 144-157. [NSERC] IF: 3.865 + both authors contributed equally.
  97. McLaughlin, R.J., Hill, M.N., Dang, S., Wainwright, S.R., Galea, L.A.M., Hillard, C.J., Gorzalka, B.B. (2013). Upregulation of CB1 receptor binding in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex promotes proactive stress-coping strategies following chronic stress exposure. Behavioral Brain Research, 237:333-337. IF: 3.417
  98. Brummelte, S., Galea, L.A.M., Devlin, A.M., Oberlander, T.F. (in press, May 17, 2012) Antidepressant Use during Pregnancy and Serotonin Transporter Genotype (SLC6A4) Affect Newborn Serum Reelin Levels. Developmental Psychobiology IF:2.062 [CIHR]
  99. Chow C, Epp, JR, Lieblich SE, Barha,C.K., Galea, L.A.M. (2013) Sex differences in neurogenesis and activation of new neurons in response to spatial learning. Psychoneuroendocrinology [CIHR] IF:5.809
  100. Uban, KA, Comeau, W, Ellis L, Galea, L.A.M., Weinberg, J. (in press February 26, 2013) Stress-induced plasticity of neuroendocrine and dopamine systems is altered differentially by prenatal alcohol exposure in males and females. Psychoneuroendocrinology. [CFFAR] IF:5.809
  101. Wainwright, S.R., Galea, L.A.M. (invited review; 2013) The Neural Plasticity Theory of Depression: Assessing the roles of Adult Neurogenesis and PSA-NCAM within the Hippocampus. Neural Plasticity Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 805497, 14 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/805497 IF: 2.000
  102. Epp JR, Chow C, Galea, L.A.M (2013) Hippocampus-dependent learning influences hippocampal neurogenesis. Front. Neurosci. 7:57. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2013.00057
  103. Epp J.R., Beasley CL, Galea, L.A.M. (2013) Increased Hippocampal Neurogenesis and p21 Expression in Depression: Dependent on Antidepressants, Sex, Age, and Antipsychotic Exposure. Neuropsychopharmacology 38:2297-2306. IF=8.67 [Coast Capital; COVER ART]
  104. Hamson D.K., Wainwright S.R., Taylor J.R., Jones B.A., Watson N.V. , Galea L.A.M. (2013) Androgens Increase Survival of Adult Born Neurons in the Dentate Gyrus by an Androgen Receptor Dependent but Cell Non-Autonomous Mechanism. Endocrinology. 154: 3294-3304. IF:4.469 [CIHR]
  105. Workman, J.L., Crozier, T.M., Lieblich, S.E., Galea, L.A.M. (2013) Reproductive experience and estrous phase interact to alter strategy use in attentional set shifting. Hormones and Behavior. 64(3):439-47. IF=3.865 [CIHR]
  106. Fan J, Shimizu Y, Chan J, Wilkinson A, Ito A, Tontonoz P, Dullaghan E, Galea L.A.M., Pfeifer T, Wellington CL. (2013). Hormonal modulators of glial ABCA1 and apoE levels. Journal of Lipid Research 54: 3139-50.
  107. Galea, L.A.M, Wainwright S.R, Roes, M.M., Duarte-Guterman, P., Chow, C. Hamson D.K. (2014 Invited Review). Sex, hormones, and neurogenesis in the hippocampus: Hormonal modulation of neurogenesis and potential functional implications. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 25(11):1039-61. [CIHR, NSERC] IF:3.331
  108. Lee, T.-T., Wainwright S.R, Hill, M.N., Galea, L.A.M., Gorzalka, BB. (2014). Drugs, Sex and Adult Neurogenesis: Escalating Adolescent Cannabinoid Exposure Alters Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis, Stress Responsivity and Amphetamine Sensitization in Male and Female Rats. Hippocampus 24(3):280-92. [NSERC] IF: 5.492
  109. Chan, M., Chow, C., Hamson, D.K., Lieblich S.E., Galea, L.A.M. (2014). Effects of chronic estradiol, progesterone and medroxyprogesterone acetate on hippocampal neurogenesis and adrenal mass in adult female rats. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 26(6):386-99. [CIHR] IF:3.331
  110. Galea, L.A.M., Leuner,B, Slattery DA, (2014). Hippocampal plasticity during the peripartum period: Influence of sex steroids, stress and ageing. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 26(10):641-8 (review) IF:3.331
  111. Workman, J.L., Chan, M. Galea, L.A.M. (2015). Prior high corticosterone exposure reduces activation of immature neurons in the ventral hippocampus in response to spatial and non-spatial memory. Hippocampus 25(3):329-44 IF: 4.302
  112. Gobinath, A.R., Mahmoud, R., Galea, L.A.M. (2015). Influence of sex and stress exposure across the lifespan on endophenotypes of depression: focus on behavior, glucocorticoids and hippocampus. Frontiers in Neuroscience 8:420. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2014.00420. eCollection 2014. Review. (IF=3.656)
  113. Workman, J.L, Raineki, C., Weinberg, J, Galea, L.A.M. (2015) Alcohol and pregnancy: effects on maternal care, HPA axis function, and hippocampal neurogenesis in adult females. Psychoneurendocrinology, 57:37-50 IF=5.591
  114. Uban, K.A., Comeau W.L., Bodnar, T., Yu, W.K., Weinberg, J., Galea, L.A.M. (2015). Amphetamine sensitization and cross-sensitization with acute restraint stress: impact of prenatal alcohol exposure in male and female rats. Psychopharmacology 232:1705–1716 [CFFAR] IF: 3.988
  115. Barha, C.K., Lieblich, S.E., Chow, C., Galea, L.A.M. (2015). Multiparity induced enhancement of hippocampal neurogenesis and spatial memory depends on ovarian hormone status in middle age Neurobiology of Aging 36(8):2391-405 (IF=5.013)
  116. Duarte-Guterman P., Lieblich S.E., Chow C., Galea, L.A.M. (2015) Estradiol and GPER activation differentially affect cell proliferation but not GPER expression in the hippocampus of adult female rats. Plos One 10(6):e0129880. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0129880. eCollection 2015. (IF=3.534)
  117. Duarte-Guterman, P., Yagi, S., Chow, C., Galea, L.A.M. (invited review, 2015). Hippocampal learning, memory, and neurogenesis: effects of sex and estrogens across the lifespan in adults. Hormones and Behavior. 74:37-52 (IF=4.632)
  118. Ferris, J.K., Tse, MT, Hamson, DK, Taves, MD, Ma C, McGuire, N, Arckens L, Bentley, GE, Galea, L.A.M., Floresco SB, Soma, KK. (2015).Neuronal Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone and Astrocytic Gonadotropin Inhibitory Hormone Immunoreactivity in the Adult Rat Hippocampus. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 27(10):772-86.
  119. Yagi, S., Chow C., Lieblich, S.E., Galea, L.A.M. (2016) Sex and strategy use matters for pattern separation, adult neurogenesis and immediate early gene expression in the hippocampus. Hippocampus. 26: 87-101. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22493.
  120. Brummelte, S., Galea, L.A.M. (2016). Postpartum depression: etiology, treatment, and effects on maternal care. Hormones and Behavior. 77:153-166. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2015.08.008.
  121. Gobinath, A.R., Workman, J.L., Chow C., Lieblich, S.E., Galea, L.A.M. (2016). Maternal postpartum corticosterone and fluoxetine differentially affect adult male and female offspring on anxiety-like behavior, stress reactivity, and hippocampal neurogenesis. Neuropharmacology 101:165-178.
  122. Wainwright, S.R., Barha, CK, Hamson DK, Epp, JR, Rutishauser U., Galea, L.A.M. (2016). Enzymatic depletion of the polysialic acid moiety associated with the neural cell adhesion molecule inhibits antidepressant efficacy. Neuropsychopharmacology, 41:1670-1680. (IF: 7.048)
  123. Workman, J.L., Gobinath, A.R., Brummelte, S, Galea, L.A.M. (2016) Parity modifies the effects of fluoxetine and corticosterone on HPA axis responses and hippocampal neurogenesis. Neuropharmacology, 105:443-453.
  124. Hamson, D.K.+, Roes, M.M.+, Galea, L.A.M. (2016). Sex Hormones and Cognition: Neuroendocrine influences on memory and learning. Comprehensive Physiology, 6:1295-1337. IF=6.364. + both authors contributed equally
  125. Wainwright SR, Workman JL, Tehrani A, Hamson, DK, Chow C, Lieblich SL, Galea, L.A.M. (2016) Testosterone has antidepressant-like efficacy and facilitates imipramine-induced neuroplasticity in gonadectomised adult male rats exposed to chronic unpredictable stress. Hormones and Behavior, 79:58-69. (IF=4.632)
  126. Mahmoud R, Wainwright SR., Galea, L.A.M. (special issue; 2016). Sex Hormones and Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis: Regulation, Implications, and Potential Mechanisms. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 41:129-52 (IF: 8.852)
  127. Mahmoud R, Wainwright SR, Chaiton J, Lieblich SE, Galea LAM. (2016). Ovarian hormones impart resilience against chronic unpredictable stress and modulate the effects of fluoxetine on hippocampal plasticity in middle-aged female rats. Neuropharmacology, 107:278-293
  128. Gobinath, A.R., Choleris, E., Galea, L.A.M. (2017). Sex, Hormones, and Genotype Interact to Influence Psychiatric Disease, Treatment and Behavioral Research. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 95:50-64.
  129. Galea, L.A.M., Frick KM, Hampson, E., Sohrabji F, Choleris E (in press) Why estrogens matter for behavior and brain health. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews (IF: 8.802)
  130. Yagi, S., Drewczynski, D, Wainwright, S.R., Barha, CK, Hershorn, O., Galea, L.A.M (2017). Sex and estrous cycle differences in immediate early gene activation in the hippocampus and the dorsal striatum after the cue competition task. Hormones and Behavior, 87:69-79.
  131. Barha, CK, Galea, L.A.M., Nagamatsu, L., Erickson, K.I., Liu-Ambrose, T. (in press October 31, 2016). Personalizing Exercise Recommendations for Brain Health: Considerations and Future Directions. British Journal of Sports Medicine (IF:6.724)
  132. Barha, C.K., and Galea, L.A.M. (2017). News and Views: The maternal ‘baby brain’ revisited. Nature Neuroscience, 20, 134-135.

Editorials

Galea, L.A.M., Duarte-Guterman, P. (2016). Commentary on Special Issue: Hormones and Neurogenesis in the Hippocampus and Beyond: Where are we now? Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, 41: 1-2. (IF: 8.852)

Galea, LAM (2016, Editorial). A New Beginning. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, 42: iii-iv. (IF: 8.852)

Book Chapters

  • Mead, L. A., Hargreaves, E. L., and Galea, L.A.M. (1996). Sex differences in rodent spontaneous activity levels. In P.R. Sanberg, K. P. Ossenkopp, & M. Kavaliers (Eds.), Motor Activity and Movement Disorders (pp. 111-139). Totowa, NJ: Humana Press Inc.
  • Ormerod, B.K. and Galea, L.A.M. (2001). Mechanisms and function of neurogenesis in the adult. In C.Shaw and J. McEachern (Eds.) Toward a Theory of Neuroplasticity Taylor and Francis Publishers, pp 85-100.
  • Ormerod, B.K., Falconer, E.A. and Galea, L.A.M. (2003). Adult Neurogenesis. In L. Nadel, B. French, D.Chambers, P. Culicover, and M. Donchin (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Macmillan Reference Ltd., Cambridge, UK, pp.299-305.
  • Holmes, M.M. and Galea, L.A.M. (2003). Sex differences in the brain. In L. Nadel, B. French, D.Chambers, P. Culicover, and M. Donchin (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Macmillan Reference Ltd., Cambridge, UK, pp.1161-1164.
  • Pawluski, J.L., Green, A.D., Barha, C., Galea, L.A.M. (2007). Animal models of postpartum depression: steroid hormone contributions and adult neurogenesis. In F. Columbus (Ed.), New Research on Postpartum Depression. Nova Science Publishers Inc., Hauppauge, NY, pp 131-149.
  • Pawluski, J.L. and Galea, L.A.M., (2008). Neuroplasticity in hippocampus morphology and function: relation to reproductive experience. In R.S. Bridges (Ed.) The Neurobiology of the Parental Mind, Elsevier, San Diego, CA., pp. 493-508
  • Barha, C.K., Barker, J.M., Brummelte, S., Epp, J.R. and Galea, L.A.M., (2009). Gonadal and adrenal hormone regulation of adult neurogenesis. In. D.Pfaff (Ed.). Hormones, Brain and Behavior, Edition 2. Academic Press/Elsevier, San Diego, CA. pp 2165-2197.
  • Crozier,T.M., Pawluski, J.L., Brummelte, S., Galea, L.A.M. (2009). The Contribution of Reproductive Experience, Gonadal and Peptide hormones on Dendritic Spine Density and Morpholology: Possible contribution to function. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Dendritic Spines: Biochemistry, Modeling and Properties. Nova Science Publishers Inc., Hauppauge, NY, pp 1-24.
  • Barha, C.K., Barker, J.M., Brummelte, S., Epp, J.R. and Galea, L.A.M., (2009). Gonadal and adrenal hormone regulation of adult neurogenesis. In. A. M. Etgen and D. W. Pfaff. (Eds.). Molecular Mechanisms of Hormone Actions on Behavior* same chapter as the one in Hormones, Brain and Behaviour.
  • Epp J.R., Wainwright, S.R., Galea, L.A.M. (2010). The putative role of neurogenesis in the hippocampus of adult rodents: emphasis on cognition and depression. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Hippocampus: Anatomy, Functions and Neurobiology. Nova Science Publishers Inc., Hauppauge, NY, pp 31-55.
  • Mahmoud, R., Galea, L.A.M. (2015). Endocrinology and Psychiatry: Cross-talk between the nervous and endocrine systems and implications for neuropsychiatric disorders. In J. D. Wright (Ed). International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Elsevier. pp 606-611
  • Roes, M.M., Galea, L.A.M. (2015). The maternal brain: short and long-term effects of reproductive experience on hippocampus structure and function in adulthood. In R. Shansky & J.Johnson (Eds.) Sex Differences in the Central Nervous System, Elsevier. pp. 197-220

Invited Presentations

  • Galea, L.A.M., Kavaliers, M., and Ossenkopp, K.-P. (1995, September). Hormonal Aspects of Spatial Learning in Meadow Voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) and Deer Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus). Paper presented at Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Neuroethology, Cambridge England.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (1995, August). Sexually-dimorphic spatial learning in rodents. Paper presented at Navigation: Migration and Homing Symposium, Company of Biologists. Cambridge, England.
  • Galea, L.A.M. and McEwen. B. C. (1997, May). Estrogen-related changes in spatial learning, hippocampal size and adult neurogenesis. Paper presented at International Society for Behavioural Neuroscience. Gananoque, ON.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2000, February). Neuroendocrine correlates of behaviour and hippocampal neurogenesis. Paper presented at the Winter Conference on Neuroplasticity, St. Lucia, West Indies.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2000, April). Differential effects of estradiol on learning and hippocampal neurogenesis. Paper presented at the Workshop on Steroid and Hormone Function. Breckenridge, Colorado.
  • Ormerod, B.K. and Galea, L.A.M. (2000, May) Estradiol regulates cell proliferation in the dentate gyrus of adult female meadow voles, Microtus pennsylvanicus. International Behavioral Development Symposium, Minot, North Dakota, p.51. Talk presented by Ormerod
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2000, May). Neurogenesis in natural populations: Possible ecological relevance. Paper presented at the Workshop on Neurogenesis in Natural Populations. Toronto, Ontario.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2001, June). Effects of estradiol on learning and memory. Paper presented at the Theoretical and Experimental Neuropsychology. Montreal, Quebec.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2001, October). Estrogen and neurogenesis: Are more neurons better for learning and memory. Paper presented at the Neuroscience: 10 Years Celebration. London, Ontario, The University of Western Ontario.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2002, February). Hormones, stress and adult neurogenesis: Are more new neurons better for learning and memory? Paper presented at the Conférences Phillipe Laudat, Neural Stem Cells: From Development to Clinic. Aix-Les Bains, French Alps.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2002, October). Hormones, stress and adult neurogenesis: Are more new neurons better for learning and memory? Talk presented at Department of Psychology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2002, October). Hormones, stress and adult neurogenesis: Are more new neurons better for learning and memory? Talk presented at the Learning and Plasticity Seminar Series. University of Toronto, Canada.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2003, February). Hormones, stress and adult neurogenesis: Are more new neurons better for learning and memory? Talk presented at the Biology Colloquium Series. University of Toronto at Mississauga, Canada.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2003, March). Hormones, stress and adult neurogenesis: What’s learning got to do with it? Talk presented at the Psychology Colloquium series, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2003, October). New neurons in your adult brain: What are they good for? Paper presented at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2003, November). New neurons in your adult brain: What are they good for? Paper presented at Baycrest Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2004, June). Do kids literally drive us crazy: How does Motherhood affect your brain? Public lecture presented at Mini Med School, BC Women and Children’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (2004, October). Estrogen and Learning and Memory: What’s good for your brain? Paper presented at Sex, Gender, Drugs and the Brain Symposium at Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2006). Parity and Mothering Affects Working/Reference Memory and Hippocampal Neurogenesis. Symposium on Explorations of the Parental Brain at International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, presented at Whistler, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (February 2007). Gonadal hormone regulation of adult hippocampal neurogenesis. Presented at the 4th International Meeting on “Steroids and the Nervous System” in Torino, Italy.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2007). Parity and Mothering Affects Hippocampal Function and Structure. Symposium on Neuroplasticity and Reproductive Experience at the Parental Brain Conference, presented in Boston, Mass., USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2007). Parity and Mothering Affects Hippocampal Function and Structure. CFRI Trainee Research Forum, presented in Vancouver, BC.
  • Pawluski, J.L. Galea, L.A.M., (October, 2007). Reproductive experience alters hippocampal plasticity and function. Symposium on “Understanding the Maternal Brain” held at the First International Congress of the International Society for Brain Behavioral Science and Medicine in Bangkok, Thailand. Talk presented by Pawluski
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2007). Reproductive Experience and Gonadal Hormones Affect Hippocampal Function and Structure. Colloquium presented at University of Richmond, Virginia, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (December, 2007). Gonadal hormone regulation of cognition and adult neurogenesis in the hippocampus. Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar at the Univeristiy of Cambridge, presented in Cambridge, England.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (December, 2007). Sex Matters: Gonadal Hormone regulation of Spatial Learning and Hippocampal Neurogenesis. Plenary Lecture at the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, presented in London, England.
  • Brummelte, S., Galea L.A.M., (June, 2008). Effects of prolonged exposure to high levels of corticosterone during gestation and/or postpartum on maternal and offspring behaviour. Talk presented at Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, London, ON by Galea.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (September, 2008). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. NARSAD: Healthy Minds across America, presented in Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (September, 2008). Does motherhood change the brain? Examining the role of reproductive hormones on neuroplasticity, cognition and mental health. Colloquium presented at BC Women and Children’s Hospital in Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (January, 2009). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (March, 2009). Does motherhood change the brain? Examining the role of reproductive hormones on neuroplasticity, cognition and mental health. Colloquium presented to Physiology Club, University of Wyoming, Laramie Wyoming.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (April, 2009). Estrogens in the young and older brain: Effects on adult neurogenesis and cognition. Presented to Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation, Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (July, 2009). Gonadal hormone regulation of cognition and adult neurogenesis in the hippocampus. Colloquium presented to Department of Psychology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (July, 2009). Ovarian hormone withdrawal as a model of postpartum depression. As part of a Symposium entitled, Steroid Hormones and Depression: What we can learn from animal models and gender differences. International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology, San Fransico, CA, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (September, 2009). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. IMPART Research Day, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2009). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. TGIF, Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2009). Why Sex Matters for Brain Health. Kalvi Frontiers of Science Symposium. National Academy of Sciences, Irvine, CA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (March, 2010). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. Colloquium at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2010). Motherhood changes your brain. Secrets of the Female Mind a Women in World Neuroscience, IBRO Workshop. Vancouver, Canada.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2010). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. Colloquium at Biological Systems, University of Toronto, Toronto., Canada.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (December, 2010). Sex Steroids, Drugs of Abuse, and Postpartum Depression. American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) meeting, Miami, Florida.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (March, 2011). Why Sex Matters for Brain Health. Graduate seminar in Rehabilitation UBC, Vancouver.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2011). Stress and corticosterone effects on the mother and offspring. CIHR workshop Clarifying measurement of perinatal comorbidity and stress regulation in mothers and infants. Vancouver, BC.
  • Brummelte, S., Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2011). Depression, hormones and adult neurogenesis. Spring Conference on Hippocampal Research. Verona, Italy.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2011). Stressed and depressed: Investigating the role of Hormones, Stress and their Impact on Mental Health. BRAIN Physiology Colloquium, University of Toronto.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2012). Stressed and Depressed: investigating the role of sex hormones and neuroplasticity on mental health. Hotchkiss Brain Institute Colloquium, University of Calgary.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2012). Stress and Stress Hormone modulation of Hippocampal Neurogenesis in males and females. Canadian Association for Neuroscience Society meeting, Vancouver, BC.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2012). Maternal corticosterone: differences in pre- versus post-partum exposure in the dam and her offspring. Symposium on Plasticity in the maternal brain: effects of stress, drugs and medication at International Behaviorial Neuroscience Society meeting, Kona, Hawaii.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2012). Sex differences in the effects of stress or corticosterone exposure during development on hippocampal neurogenesis and behavior. International Society for Developmental Psychobiology. New Orleans, LA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2012). Steroid hormones and hippocampal neurogenesis during pregnancy and motherhood to be presented during Symposium entitled: A Matter of Life and Death: Establishing and Maintaining Sex Differences in Brain and Behavior Throughout the Lifespan. Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans, LA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2012). Why Sex Hormones Matter for Healthy Brain Aging. University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, AB.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (February, 2013). Why sex and sex hormones matter for brain health: steroid hormone modulation of cognition, emotion and hippocampal neuroplasticity. Plenary lecture for 7th International Meeting on: “Steroids and Nervous System” Torino, Italy.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (March, 2013). Why Sex Hormones Matter for Healthy Brain Aging. Health Psychology, UBC
  • Galea, L.A.M. (April, 2013). Pregnancy, Parenthood and Aging: Why Hormones Matter for Brain Health. Penn State, State College, PA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (April, 2013). What Animal Models of Postpartum Depression Reveal About Consequences to Offspring Development. SRCD, Seattle, WA, USA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2013). Lasting impact of stress during development: sex differences in neuroplasticity, HPA axis and behaviour. IBNS, Dublin, Ireland
  • Galea, L.A.M. (July, 2013). Stressed and Depressed: investigating the role of corticosterone during the postpartum on maternal neuroplasticity. Parental Brain Conference, Regensburg, Germany
  • Galea, L.A.M. (October, 2013). Sex and stress hormones: effects on neuroplasticity. ECNP, Barcelona, Spain
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2013). Aging and the female brain: How hormones and experience impact brain health. Women’s Brain Health Initiative, Vancouver, BC, CANADA. [Lay audience]
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2013).Aging and the female brain: How hormones and experience impact brain health.. Alzheimer Society of BC, Vancouver, BC, CANADA. [Lay audience]
  • Galea, L.A.M. (March 2014). Commentary: Why sex matters for brain health..Brain Matters, Vancouver, BC, CANADA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (March 2014).Stress and Sex Hormones Across the Lifespan in relation to Mental Health. Clinical Brown Bag, Vancouver, BC, CANADA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (April, 2014). Why Sex Matters for Healthy Brain Aging. Distinguished Speakers Lecture Series University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (April, 2014). Girl Brains versus Boy Brains: Why Sex Matters for Brain Health. UBC Neuroscience Retreat, Whistler, BC, CANADA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2014). Sex and Stress Hormone Effects in Animal Models of Postpartum Depression. Talk during Symposium entitled Sex-Hormone Fluctuations as a Risk Model for Postpartum Mood Disorders at Society for Biological Psychiatry, New York, NY, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (August, 2014). Hippocampal neurogenesis and cognition: Why sex, hormones and experience matter. APA, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (September, 2014).Estrogens and Cognition: The good, the bad and the ugly. Pavlovian Society, Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2014). Why sex matters for Healthy Brain Aging. Colloquium at Colby College, Maine, USA
  • Galea, LAM. (November, 2014). Presenter at Workshop: Successful Career Advancement through Networking: Is It Who You Know? Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2014). Pregnancy and Motherhood:effects on cognitive and mental health. Research Rounds at BC Women’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC. CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2014). Pregnancy and Motherhood: effects on cognitive and mental health. Lay talk for mCentred, Vancouver, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (April, 2015). Estrogens, androgens and healthy brain aging. Symposium speaker onï€ Sex Differences in Neurocognitive Aging at The Organization for the Study of Sex Differences annual meeting in Stanford, USA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (May, 2015). Estrogens, memory, neuroplasticity and aging: the good, the bad and the ugly. Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Vancouver, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2015). Stressed and Depressed: How sex modifies the relationship to hippocampal neurogenesis. IBNS, Victoria, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2015). I am not Karyn Frick. Estrogens: the good, the bad and the ugly. IBNS, Victoria, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2015). Caveats and pitfalls for studying the influence of sex and sex hormones in neuroscience IBNS, Victoria, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (June, 2015). Of Mice and Men…and Women: Why sex matters for brain health. Public talk on Women in Neuroscience, Centre for Brain Health, UBC, Vancouver, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M. (November, 2015). Stressed and Depressed: Why sex and hormones matter for brain health Wayne State University, Detroit MI, USA
  • Galea, L.A.M., Gobinath A., Workman, JM. (November, 2015). Pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in an animal model of postpartum depression. Biennial Perinatal Mental Health Conference, Chicago, IL, USA
  •  Galea, L.A.M.  (February, 2016). Depression in men and women. Public Talk: UBC Mental Health Awareness Club, Vancouver, BC, CANADA
  • Galea, L.A.M.  (April, 2016). What can we learn from Sex and Gender Differences in Depression? First Annual Women’s Health Research Symposium: Celebrating Excellence, Shaping the Future through Collaboration and Capacity Building. Women’s Health Research Institute, Vancouver, BC, CANADA.
  • Galea, L.A.M.  (May, 2016). Why Sex Matters for Brain Health. Celebrating 20 years of Neuroscience at University of Western Ontario, London, ON, CANADA.
  • Galea, L.A.M.  (June, 2016). Sex differences in pattern separation and spatial learning: relationship to neurogenesis. International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, Budapest, HUNGARY.
  • Galea, L.A.M.  (July, 2016). Sex and Gender Differences in Depression: Relationship to Neurogenesis and treatment. Symposium entitled “Neuronal stem cells in mental health: Will neurogenesis and iPS cells give us the antidepressants of the future?” at the British Association for Psychopharmacology summer meeting, Brighton, UK.
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