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Julie L. Fudge, M.D. University of Rochester work Box 603 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: MC 5-8503 p (585) 273-2028

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  • June 11, 2010

    Youngsun Cho is Awarded NRSA Individual Training Grant

    Youngsun Cho, a first year MSTP student in the Fudge Lab was recently awarded a Ruth Kirschstein National Research Service Award (F30) for three years of training. Youngsun's proposed studies involve examining circuitry that may underlie modulation of approach behavior in anxious adolescents. She will first detail connections between specific regions of the prefrontal cortex the amygdala in animals, based on her work in Rochester. This data will then be used to design studies investigating functional connectivities between these regions in anxious adolescents. The latter studies are being conducted in partnership with Dr. Monique Ernst at the NIMH intramural program.

  • May 1, 2010

    Kyeesha Becoats goes to Medical School!

    Kyeesha Becoats, our star laboratory technician and all-around lab team member is on her way to medical school at SUNY Stony Brook this fall. The program is a five year one in which Kyeesha will earn an MS and her MD. Since graduating from UR with a BS in Biology, Kyeesha has been single-handedly running the lab, participating in Journal club as a regular member, and co-authoring a paper with us. We'll miss her but look forward to great things!

  • April 1, 2010

    MD/PhD student Youngsun Cho leaves to begin "mini-sabbatical" training at NIMH

    Youngsun Cho, an MD/PhD student in the laboratory of Dr. Julie Fudge, leaves to begin "mini-sabbatical" training in functional MRI and studies in anxious adolescents at with colleagues at NIMH. Youngsun is interested in structural and functional brain connections that influence reward and punishment anticipation in adolescents, and she will take anatomical studies from the laboratory to the next phase of her training with Dr. Monique Ernst in the Section on Mood and Anxiety Disorders at NIMH.

  • March 31, 2010

    NBA Students Win First Prize at 8th Annual Collier Mental Health Poster Session

    Michele Saul (NBA graduate student) and Dan Tylee (undergraduate assistant) each won first prize honors at the 8th Annual Collier Mental Health Poster Session, sponsored by the Department of Psychiatry. Michele presented new work on the effects of stress on amygdala development in adolescent animals. Dan's showed that a coping behavior during stress ameliorates subsequent anxiety behavior in adult animals.

  • February 5, 2010

    MD/PhD Student Danielle deCampo Wins URMC CTSI Travel Award

    Danielle deCampo, an MD/PhD student in the laboratory of Dr. Julie Fudge, has won a URMC CTSI Travel Award. Danielle will now be able to pursue training opportunities in performing laser capture microscopy and microarray analysis with collaborators at University of Pittsburgh. This is an opportunity to add to her "technical toolbox" as she tries to characterize specific neuronal populations that may play a role in mood disorders.

  • July 24, 2009

    Dr. Julie Fudge co-authors an article in the August edition of Nature Reviews Neuroscience.

    Julie Fudge, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurobiology & Anatomy and Psychiatry has co-authored an article in Nature Reviews Neuroscience with Walter Kaye and Martin Paulus. Fudge's lab studies the anatomy and neurochemistry of brain regions associated with symptoms in major psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia and mood disorders.

  • December 9, 2008

    Dr. Julie Fudge featured in a Washington Post report

    A report in the Washington Post cites Dr. Julie Fudge's comments that some people, thanks to their genes, are more susceptible to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder than others.

  • June 1, 2007

    Crystal McClain Earns BS with Research Distinction

    Crystal McClain, an undergraduate Neuroscience student in the laboratory of Dr. Julie Fudge has received her BS with research distinction.

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