Modeling neuropsychiatric spectra to empower translational biological psychiatry
A candidate syntenic genetic locus is associated with voluntary exercise levels in mice and humans
Novel ethological endophenotypes in a transgenic mouse model of Huntington's disease
Developing better and more valid animal models of brain disorders
Peripartum depression and anxiety as an integrative cross domain target for psychiatric preventative measures
The disrupted basal ganglia and behavioural control: An integrative cross-domain perspective of spontaneous stereotypy
Sign-tracking to an appetitive cue predicts incubation of conditioned fear in rats
Influence of emotional states on inhibitory gating: Animals models to clinical neurophysiology
Balance deficit enhances anxiety and balance training decreases anxiety in vestibular mutant mice
Cytokine and endocrine parameters in mouse chronic social defeat: Implications for translational ‘cross-domain’ modeling of stress-related brain disorders
Pain and depression comorbidity: A preclinical perspective
Ligation of mouse L4 and L5 spinal nerves produces robust allodynia without major motor function deficit
Endotoxaemia resulting from decreased serotonin tranporter (5-HTT) function: A reciprocal risk factor for depression and insulin resistance?
Lasting downregulation of the lipid peroxidation enzymes in the prefrontal cortex of mice susceptible to stress-induced anhedonia
Modeling combined schizophrenia-related behavioral and metabolic phenotypes in rodents
Early-infant diagnostic predictors of the neuro-behavioral development after neonatal care
Modeling PTSD in the zebrafish: Are we there yet?
An integrative analysis of ethanol tolerance and withdrawal in zebrafish (Danio rerio)
Using zebrafish to uncover the genetic and neural basis of aggression, a frequent comorbid symptom of psychiatric disorders
Potential of a smartphone as a stress-free sensor of daily human behaviour
Identifying patterns of anxiety and depression in children with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: Comorbidity predicts behavioral difficulties and impaired functional communications
Potential benefits of mindfulness-based interventions in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease: An interdisciplinary perspective