Lara Hwa, PhD
Lara Hwa, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher at UNC Bowles Alcohol Center
E-mail confirmado em med.unc.edu
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Persistent escalation of alcohol drinking in C57BL/6J mice with intermittent access to 20% ethanol
LS Hwa, A Chu, SA Levinson, TM Kayyali, JF DeBold, KA Miczek
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 35 (11), 1938-1947, 2011
1652011
Social stress and escalated drug self-administration in mice I. Alcohol and corticosterone
KJ Norman, JA Seiden, JA Klickstein, X Han, LS Hwa, JF DeBold, ...
Psychopharmacology 232 (6), 991-1001, 2015
572015
Alcohol in excess: CRF1 receptors in the rat and mouse VTA and DRN
LS Hwa, JF DeBold, KA Miczek
Psychopharmacology 225 (2), 313-327, 2013
512013
Identification of serotonergic neuronal modules that affect aggressive behavior
V Niederkofler, TE Asher, BW Okaty, BD Rood, A Narayan, LS Hwa, ...
Cell reports 17 (8), 1934-1949, 2016
462016
Corticotropin Releasing Factor Binding Protein and CRF2 Receptors in the Ventral Tegmental Area: Modulation of Ethanol Binge Drinking in C57BL/6J Mice
L Albrechet‐Souza, LS Hwa, X Han, EY Zhang, JF DeBold, KA Miczek
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 39 (9), 1609-1618, 2015
442015
Social stress-escalated intermittent alcohol drinking: modulation by CRF-R1 in the ventral tegmental area and accumbal dopamine in mice
LS Hwa, EN Holly, JF DeBold, KA Miczek
Psychopharmacology, 2015
372015
Alcohol and violence: neuropeptidergic modulation of monoamine systems
KA Miczek, JF DeBold, LS Hwa, EL Newman, RMM de Almeida
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1349 (1), 96, 2015
362015
Escalated aggression in animal models: shedding new light on mesocorticolimbic circuits
KA Miczek, A Takahashi, KL Gobrogge, LS Hwa, RMM de Almeida
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 3, 90-95, 2015
322015
Reduction of excessive alcohol drinking by a novel GABAB receptor positive allosteric modulator ADX71441 in mice
LS Hwa, M Kalinichev, H Haddouk, S Poli, KA Miczek
Psychopharmacology 231 (2), 333-343, 2014
302014
Aggression and increased glutamate in the mPFC during withdrawal from intermittent alcohol in outbred mice
LS Hwa, AJ Nathanson, A Shimamoto, JK Tayeh, AR Wilens, EN Holly, ...
Psychopharmacology 232 (16), 2889-2902, 2015
272015
Glutamate plasticity woven through the progression to alcohol use disorder: a multi-circuit perspective
L Hwa, J Besheer, T Kash
F1000Research 6, 2017
172017
Prevention of alcohol-heightened aggression by CRF-R1 antagonists in mice: critical role for DRN-PFC serotonin pathway
IM Quadros, LS Hwa, A Shimamoto, J Carlson, JF DeBold, KA Miczek
Neuropsychopharmacology 39, 2874-2883, 2014
172014
Nociceptin receptor antagonist SB 612111 decreases high fat diet binge eating
JA Hardaway, J Jensen, M Kim, CM Mazzone, JA Sugam, JF Diberto, ...
Behavioural brain research 307, 25-34, 2016
162016
Dissociation of mu-opioid receptor and CRF-R1 antagonist effects on escalated ethanol consumption and mPFC serotonin in C57BL/6J mice
LS Hwa, A Shimamoto, T Kayyali, KJ Norman, RJ Valentino, JF DeBold, ...
Addiction Biology, 2014
162014
α2-containing GABA (A) receptors: a requirement for midazolam-escalated aggression and social approach in mice
EL Newman, KS Smith, A Takahashi, A Chu, LS Hwa, Y Chen, JF DeBold, ...
Psychopharmacology 232 (23), 4359-4369, 2015
152015
Persistent escalation of alcohol consumption by mice exposed to brief episodes of social defeat stress: suppression by CRF-R1 antagonism
EL Newman, L Albrechet-Souza, PM Andrew, JG Auld, KC Burk, LS Hwa, ...
Psychopharmacology 235 (6), 1807-1820, 2018
112018
Predator odor increases avoidance and glutamatergic synaptic transmission in the prelimbic cortex via corticotropin-releasing factor receptor 1 signaling
LS Hwa, S Neira, MM Pina, D Pati, R Calloway, TL Kash
Neuropsychopharmacology 44 (4), 766-775, 2019
102019
Chronic inflammatory pain drives alcohol drinking in a sex-dependent manner for C57BL/6J mice
W Yu, LS Hwa, VH Makhijani, J Besheer, TL Kash
Alcohol 77, 135-145, 2019
62019
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