May 30, 2014
David Mokler, Ph.D., professor of biomedical sciences in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, has recently had two papers accepted for publication.
“Prenatal Malnutrition Leads to Deficits in Attentional Set Shifting and Decreases Metabolic Activity in Prefrontal Subregions that Control Executive Function” co-authored with Peter Morgane, UNE; Jill McGaughy, University of New Hampshire; Ana Amaral, Jarrett Rushmore and Douglas Rosene, Boston University; and Janina Galler, Harvard Medical School will be published in Developmental Neuroscience.
Dr. Morgane was a Professor Emeritus of Biomedical Sciences and worked for many years with Mokler until his death in 2011.
"Prenatal Nicotine Exposure Selectively Affects Nicotinic Receptor Expression In Primary And Associative Visual Cortices Of The Fetal Baboon" co-authored with Jhodie Duncan, Children’s Hospital, Boston and Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia; Marianne Garland, Raymond Stark, Michael Myers, William Fifer of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; and Hanna Kinney of Children’s Hospital, Boston, will be published in Brain Pathology.