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Anastasia M. Bobilev

Undergraduate: B.A. Cognitive Science, University of Georgia

In Progress: Ph.D. Neuroscience Departments of Cellular Biology and Psychology, The University of Georgia

Current research interests: Broadly stated, my current research interests include investigating the genomic and neural correlates of cognitive processes and disease-related phenotypes.  My current work employs a multi-modal research design to evaluate the correlations between candidate genes and neuro-anatomical and cognitive processing phenotypes, in humans as well as animal models of genetically-mediated diseases.

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Selected Publications:

Myrna, K.E., Ciarochi, J.A., Bobilev, A.M., Labelle, A.L., Moore, A.P. & Lauderdale, J.D. Exclusion of PAX6 as a candidate gene for pigmentary keratopathy in pugs. Veterinary Opthalmology, Under Review.

Hamm, J.P., Bobilev, A.M., Hayrynen, L.K., Hudgens-Haney, M.E., Oliver, W.T., Parker, D.A., McDowell, J.E., Buckley, P.A. & Clementz, B.A. Stimulus train duration but not attention moderates γ-band entrainment abnormalities in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, Under Review.

Branch, A.E., Bobilev, A.M., Negrao, N.W., Cai, H. & Shen, P. Prevention of palatable diet-Induced hyperphagia in rats by central injection of a VEGFR kinase inhibitor. Behavioral Brain Research, In Press.

Pierce,J.E., Krafft, C.E., Rodrigue, A.L., Bobilev, A.M., Lauderdale, J.D. & McDowell, J.E. Increased functional connectivity in intrinsic neural networks in individuals with aniridia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, In Press.

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