Waddell Lab Student Publications

 

This collection showcases the journal articles and other publications authored by students in the Waddell Lab. The Waddell Lab was located at the University of Massachusetts Medical School from 2001-2011, in the Department of Neurobiology. The Waddell Lab relocated to the University of Oxford (UK), see https://www.dpag.ox.ac.uk/research/waddell-group. Student authors are Alex C. Keene (Neuroscience Program, 2006), Michael Krashes (Neuroscience Program, 2009), Shamik DasGupta (Neuroscience Program, 2009), Paola Perrat (Neuroscience Program, 2012) and Christopher Burke (Neuroscience Program, 2013).

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Publications from 2016

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Memory-Relevant Mushroom Body Output Synapses Are Cholinergic, Oliver Barnstedt, David Owald, Johannes Felsenberg, Ruth Brain, John-Paul Moszynski, Clifford B. Talbot, Paola N. Perrat, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2015

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Sweet taste and nutrient value subdivide rewarding dopaminergic neurons in Drosophila, Wolf Huetteroth, Emmanuel Perisse, Suewei Lin, Martin Klappenbach, Christopher J. Burke, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2014

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Drosophila learn opposing components of a compound food stimulus, Gaurav Das, Martin Klappenbach, Eleftheria Vrontou, Emmanuel Perisse, Christopher M. Clark, Christopher J. Burke, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2013

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Layered Reward Signalling Through Octopamine and Dopamine in Drosophila: A Dissertation, Christopher J. Burke

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Shocking revelations and saccharin sweetness in the study of Drosophila olfactory memory, Emmanuel Perisse, Christopher J. Burke, Wolf Huetteroth, and Scott Waddell

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Transposition-driven genomic heterogeneity in the Drosophila brain, Paola N. Perrat, Shamik DasGupta, Jie Wang, William E. Theurkauf, Zhiping Weng, Michael Rosbash, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2012

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Layered reward signalling through octopamine and dopamine in Drosophila, Christopher J. Burke, Wolf Huetteroth, David Owald, Emmanuel Perisse, Michael J. Krashes, Gaurav Das, Daryl Gohl, Marion Silies, Sarah Certel, and Scott Waddell

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Transposition Driven Genomic Heterogeneity in the Drosophila Brain: A Dissertation, Paola N. Perrat

Publications from 2011

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Remembering nutrient quality of sugar in Drosophila, Christopher J. Burke and Scott Waddell

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Autoregulatory and paracrine control of synaptic and behavioral plasticity by octopaminergic signaling, Alex C. Koon, James A. Ashley, Romina Barria, Shamik DasGupta, Ruth Brain, Scott Waddell, Mark J. Alkema, and Vivian Budnik

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Drosophila appetitive olfactory conditioning, Michael Jonathan Krashes and Scott Waddell

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Drosophila aversive olfactory conditioning, Michael Jonathan Krashes and Scott Waddell

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A Pair of Inhibitory Neurons Are Required to Sustain Labile Memory in the Drosophila Mushroom Body, Jena L. Pitman, Wolf Huetteroth, Christopher J. Burke, Michael Jonathan Krashes, Sen-Lin Lai, Tzumin Lee, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2009

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Neural Circuit Analyses of the Olfactory System in Drosophila: Input to Output: A Dissertation, Shamik DasGupta

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Systems Level Processing of Memory in the Fly Brain: A Dissertation, Michael Jonathan Krashes

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A neural circuit mechanism integrating motivational state with memory expression in Drosophila, Michael Jonathan Krashes, Shamik DasGupta, Andrew Vreede, Benjamin White, J. Douglas Armstrong, and Scott Waddell

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There are many ways to train a fly, Jena L. Pitman, Shamik DasGupta, Michael J. Krashes, Benjamin Leung, Paola N. Perrat, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2008

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Learned odor discrimination in Drosophila without combinatorial odor maps in the antennal lobe, Shamik DasGupta and Scott Waddell

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Drosophila memory: will Orb(2) predict the future, Michael Jonathan Krashes and Scott Waddell

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Rapid consolidation to a radish and protein synthesis-dependent long-term memory after single-session appetitive olfactory conditioning in Drosophila, Michael Jonathan Krashes and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2007

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Drosophila olfactory memory: single genes to complex neural circuits, Alex Carl Keene and Scott Waddell

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Sequential use of mushroom body neuron subsets during drosophila odor memory processing, Michael Jonathan Krashes, Alex Carl Keene, Benjamin M. Leung, J. Douglas Armstrong, and Scott Waddell

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The Drosophila homolog of MCPH1, a human microcephaly gene, is required for genomic stability in the early embryo, Jamie L. Rickmyre, Shamik DasGupta, Danny Liang-Yee Ooi, Jessica Keel, Ethan Lee, Marc W. Kirschner, Scott Waddell, and Laura A. Lee

Publications from 2006

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Genetic Dissection of the Neural Circuitry Underlying Memory Stability in Drosophila: A Dissertation, Alex Carl Keene

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Drosophila dorsal paired medial neurons provide a general mechanism for memory consolidation, Alex Carl Keene, Michael Jonathan Krashes, Benjamin M. Leung, Jessica A. Bernard, and Scott Waddell

Publications from 2005

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Drosophila memory: dopamine signals punishment, Alex Carl Keene and Scott Waddell

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Drosophila DPM neurons form a delayed and branch-specific memory trace after olfactory classical conditioning, Dinghui Yu, Alex Carl Keene, Anjana Srivatsan, Scott Waddell, and Ronald L. Davis

Publications from 2004

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Diverse odor-conditioned memories require uniquely timed dorsal paired medial neuron output, Alex Carl Keene, Markus Stratmann, Andreas Keller, Paola N. Perrat, Leslie B. Vosshall, and Scott Waddell