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

Thomas Borowski

Coordinator, 5-C Neuroscience Program
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

With Pitzer Since: 2004
Field Group:
Campus Address: Broad Hall 104
Phone: 909.607.3808
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: See Faculty Directory

Educational Background

MSc, PhD, University of Saskatchewan
BA, University of Winnipeg

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.

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