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Ryan Michael Grippo, Ph.D.

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  1. Grippo RM, Tang Q, Zhang Q, Chadwick SR, Gao Y, Altherr EB, Sipe L, Purohit AM, Purohit NM, Sunkara MD, Cios KJ, Sidikpramana M, Spano AJ, Campbell JN, Steele AD, Hirsh J, Deppmann CD, Wu M, Scott MM, Güler AD. Dopamine Signaling in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus Enables Weight Gain Associated with Hedonic Feeding. Curr Biol. 2020 Apr 06; 30(7):1352-1355. PMID: 32259494.
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  2. Grippo RM, Tang Q, Zhang Q, Chadwick SR, Gao Y, Altherr EB, Sipe L, Purohit AM, Purohit NM, Sunkara MD, Cios KJ, Sidikpramana M, Spano AJ, Campbell JN, Steele AD, Hirsh J, Deppmann CD, Wu M, Scott MM, Güler AD. Dopamine Signaling in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus Enables Weight Gain Associated with Hedonic Feeding. Curr Biol. 2020 01 20; 30(2):196-208.e8. PMID: 31902720.
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  3. Grippo RM, Güler AD. Dopamine Signaling in Circadian Photoentrainment: Consequences of Desynchrony. Yale J Biol Med. 2019 06; 92(2):271-281. PMID: 31249488.
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  4. Grippo RM, Purohit AM, Zhang Q, Zweifel LS, Güler AD. Direct Midbrain Dopamine Input to the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus Accelerates Circadian Entrainment. Curr Biol. 2017 Aug 21; 27(16):2465-2475.e3. PMID: 28781050.
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  5. Wheeler MA, Smith CJ, Ottolini M, Barker BS, Purohit AM, Grippo RM, Gaykema RP, Spano AJ, Beenhakker MP, Kucenas S, Patel MK, Deppmann CD, Güler AD. Genetically targeted magnetic control of the nervous system. Nat Neurosci. 2016 05; 19(5):756-761. PMID: 26950006.
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  6. Brodkin J, Frank D, Grippo R, Hausfater M, Gulinello M, Achterholt N, Gutzen C. Validation and implementation of a novel high-throughput behavioral phenotyping instrument for mice. J Neurosci Methods. 2014 Mar 15; 224:48-57. PMID: 24384067.
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