Selected Publications

Granata, L., Valentine, A., Hirsch, J. L., Honeycutt, J., & Brenhouse, H. (2021). Trajectories of Mother-Infant Communication: An Experiential Measure of the Impacts of Early Life Adversity. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 15:632702. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2021.632702

Gildawie, K. R., Ryll, L. M., Hexter, J. C., Peterzell, S., Valentine, A. A., & Brenhouse, H. C. (2021). A two-hit adversity model in developing rats reveals sex-specific impacts on prefrontal cortex structure and behavior. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience48, 100924.

Gildawie, K. R., Orso, R., Peterzell, S., Thompson, V., & Brenhouse, H. C. (2020). Sex differences in prefrontal cortex microglia morphology: Impact of a two-hit model of adversity throughout development. Neuroscience Letters738, 135381.

Soares, A. R., Gildawie, K. R., Honeycutt, J. A., & Brenhouse, H. C. (2020). Region-specific effects of maternal separation on oxidative stress accumulation in parvalbumin neurons of male and female rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 112658.

Gildawie, K. R., Honeycutt, J. A., & Brenhouse, H. C. (2020). Region-specific effects of maternal separation on perineuronal net and parvalbumin-expressing interneuron formation in male and female rats. Neuroscience428, 23-37.

Honeycutt, J. A., Demaestri, C., Peterzell, S., Silveri, M. M., Cai, X., Kulkarni, P., … & Brenhouse, H. C. (2020). Altered corticolimbic connectivity reveals sex-specific adolescent outcomes in a rat model of early life adversity. Elife9, e52651.

Brenhouse, H. C., & Bath, K. G. (2019). Bundling the haystack to find the needle: Challenges and opportunities in modeling risk and resilience following early life stress. Frontiers in neuroendocrinology54, 100768.

Coley, E. J., Demaestri, C., Ganguly, P., Honeycutt, J. A., Peterzell, S., Rose, N., … & Brenhouse, H. C. (2019). Cross-generational transmission of early life stress effects on HPA regulators and Bdnf are mediated by sex, lineage, and upbringing. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience13, 101.

Demaestri C, Brenhouse HC, Honeycutt JA. (2019) 22 kHz and 55 kHz ultrasonic vocalizations differentially influence neural and behavioral outcomes: Implications for modeling anxiety via auditory stimuli in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research [e-pub prior to print] doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2018.12.005.

Surkin PN, Brenhouse H, Deak T, Liberman AC, Lasaga M. (2018) Stress, alcohol and infection during early development: a brief review of common outcomes and mechanisms. Journal of Neuroendocrinology e-pub prior to print, doi: 10.1111/jne.12602.

Ganguly P*, Thompson V*, Gildawie K*, Brenhouse HC. (2018) Adolescent food restriction in rats alters prefrontal cortex microglia in an experience-dependent matter. Stress 21(2):162-168.

Honeycutt JA, Nguyen J, Kentner AC, Brenhouse HC. (2017) Effects of water bottle materials and filtration on Bisphenol-A content in laboratory animal drinking water. Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science 56(3):269-272.

Tractenberg SG, Levandowski ML, de Azeredo LA, Orso R, Roithmann LG, Hoffmann ES, Brenhouse H, Grassi-Oliveira R. (2016) An overview of maternal separation effects on behavioural outcomes in mice: Evidence from a four-stage methodological systematic review. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 68: 489-503.

Brenhouse HC, Schwarz JM. (2016) Immunoadolescence: Neuroimmune development and adolescent behavior. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, Special Edited Journal, “The Adolescent Brain” [Epub ahead of print] doi: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2016.05.035.

Farrell MR, Holland FH, Shansky RM, Brenhouse HC. (2016) Sex-specific effects of early life stress on social interaction and prefrontal cortex dendritic morphology in young rats. Behavioral Brain Research 310: 119-25.

Grassi-Oliveira R, Honeycutt JA, Holland FH, Ganguly P*, Brenhouse HC. (2016) Cognitive impairment effects of early life stress in adolescents can be predicted with early biomarkers: Impacts of sex, experience, and cytokines. Psychoneuroendocrinology 71: 19-30.

do Prado CH, Narahari T, Holland FH, Lee HN, Murthy SK, Brenhouse HC. (2016) Effects of early adolescent environmental enrichment on cognitive dysfunction, prefrontal cortex development, and inflammatory cytokines after early life stress. Psychobiology 58(4):482-91.

Ganguly P, Holland FH, Brenhouse HC. (2015) Functional Uncoupling NMDAR NR2A Subunit from PSD-95 in the Prefrontal Cortex: Effects on Behavioral Dysfunction and Parvalbumin Loss after Early-Life Stress. Neuropsychopharmacology  77(9):1-10.

Ganguly, P., Brenhouse, HC. (2014) Broken or maladaptive? Altered trajectories in neuroinflammation and behavior after early life adversity. Dev. Cogn. Neurosci. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dcn.2014.07.00

Holland FH, Ganguly P, Potter DN, Chartoff EH, Brenhouse HC. (2014) Early life stress disrupts social behavior and prefrontal cortex parvalbumin interneurons at an earlier time-point in females than in males. Neuroscience Letters, ePub ahead of print, PMID: 24565933.

Wieck A, Andersen SL, Brenhouse HC. (2013) Evidence for a neuroinflammatory mechanism in delayed effects of early life adversity in rats: Relationship to cortical NMDA receptor expression. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 28:218-26.

Brenhouse HC and Andersen SL. (2011) Developmental trajectories during adolescence in males and females: a cross-species understanding of underlying brain changes. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews: Special Edited Journal, “Passing the Knife Edge in Adolescence: Brain Pruning and Specification of Individual Line of Development” 35(8):1687-703.

Brenhouse HC and Andersen SL. (2011) Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory treatment prevents delayed effects of early life stress in rats. Biological Psychiatry 70(5):434-40. (Priority Publication).

Brenhouse HC and Andersen SL. (2008) Delayed extinction and stronger reinstatement of cocaine-conditioned place preference in adolescents compared to adults. Behavioral Neuroscience 122(2): 460-5.

Brenhouse HC, Sonntag KC, Andersen SL. (2008) Transient D1 dopamine receptor expression on prefrontal cortex projection neurons: Relationship to enhanced motivational salience of drug cues in adolescence. J. Neuroscience 28(10):2375-82.