Academics - Faculty Profiles

Thomas Borowski, PhD
Coordinator, 5-C Neuroscience Program
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

Thomas Borowski, Ph.D

Research Interests:

Neuropharmacology, behavioral sensitization, neurobiology of learning and memory

Recent Courses:

Foundations of Neuroscience (NEUR95)

Brain and Behavior (PSYC101)

Physiological Psychology (PSYC111)

Neuropharmacology and Behavior (PSYC148)

Selected Publications:

“Estrogen, Cholinergic System and Cognition,” in Michael S. Ritsner, and Abraham Weizman,eds., Neuroactive Steroids in Brain Function, Behavior and Neuropsychiatric Disorders: Novel Strategies for Research and Treatment. New York: Springer Science and Business Media, 2008.

“Central monoamine Activity in Genetically Distinct Strains of Mice Following a Psychogenic Stressor: Effects of Predator Exposure,” Brain Research, vol. 292 (2001). With S. Hayley, Z. Merali, and H. Anisman.

“Psychogenic, Neurogenic and Systemic Stressor Effects on Plasma Corticosterone and Behaviors: Mouse Strain-Dependent Outcomes,” Behavioral Neuroscience, vol. 115 (2001). With H. Anisman, S. Hayley, O. Kelly, and Z. Merali.

Additional Information:

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