Colin J. Saldanha, Ph.D.

Biology & Psychology American University, Washington, DC, United States 
"Colin Saldanha"
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Barney A. Schlinger post-doc UCLA (Neurotree)


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Kevin N. Rohmann research assistant 2002-2005 United States (Neurotree)
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Saldanha CJ. (2022) Spatial and temporal specificity of neuroestradiol provision in the songbird. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
Saldanha CJ. (2021) Glial estradiol synthesis after brain injury. Current Opinion in Endocrine and Metabolic Research. 21
Schlinger BA, Remage-Healey L, Saldanha CJ. (2021) The form, function, and evolutionary significance of neural aromatization. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology. 64: 100967
Saldanha CJ. (2020) Estrogen as a Neuroprotectant in Both Sexes: Stories From the Bird Brain. Frontiers in Neurology. 11: 497
Duncan KA, Saldanha CJ. (2019) Central aromatization: A dramatic and responsive defense against threat and trauma to the vertebrate brain. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology. 100816
Pedersen AL, Saldanha CJ. (2017) Reciprocal interactions between prostaglandin E2- and estradiol-dependent signaling pathways in the injured zebra finch brain. Journal of Neuroinflammation. 14: 262
Pedersen AL, Brownrout JL, Saldanha CJ. (2017) Neuroinflammation and neurosteroidogenesis: Reciprocal modulation during injury to the adult zebra finch brain. Physiology & Behavior
Pedersen AL, Brownrout JL, Saldanha CJ. (2017) Central administration of indomethacin mitigates the injury-induced upregulation of aromatase expression and estradiol content in the zebra finch brain. Endocrinology
Mehos CJ, Nelson LH, Saldanha CJ. (2015) A quantification of the injury-induced changes in central aromatase, estrogenic milieu and steroid receptor expression in the zebra finch. Journal of Neuroendocrinology
Bailey DJ, Saldanha CJ. (2015) The importance of neural aromatization in the acquisition, recall, and integration of song and spatial memories in passerines. Hormones and Behavior. 74: 116-24
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