Congratulations to H. Elliott Albers, Regents’ Professor of Neuroscience and Director of the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience on being the recipient of a National Institutes of Health $1.3 million grant. The four-year grant is to study circadian rhythm which is the body’s internal clock and how it follows a 24 hour cycle. This research will look at circadian rhythm in order to obtain a better in understanding of sleep and other disorders that affect human health.
To learn more about H. Elliott Albers’ work have a look at a few of his recent publications, available in full-text through the GSU Library:
- Gutzler,Stephanie J., Karom, Mary, Erwin, W. Daniel, & Albers, H. Elliott. (2011). Research report: Seasonal regulation of social communication by photoperiod and testosterone: Effects of arginine–vasopressin, serotonin and galanin in the medial preoptic area–anterior hypothalamus. Behavioural Brain Research, 216(1), 214-219.
- Gutzler,Stephanie J., Karom, Mary, Erwin, W. Daniel, & Albers, H. Elliott.(2009). Photoperiodic regulation of adrenal hormone secretion and aggression in female Syrian hamsters. Hormones And Behavior, 56(4), 81-489.
- Gamble, Karen L., Ehlen, J. Christopher, & Albers, H. Elliott. (2005). Circadian control during the day and night: Role of neuropeptide Y Y5 receptors in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. Brain Research Bulletin, 65(6), 513-519.
Library books on this topic include:
- Albrecht, U. (2009). The circadian clock. New York: Springer.
- Young, M. W. (2005). Circadian rhythms. San Diego, Calif.: Elsevier/Academic Press.
- Turek, F. W., & Zee, P. C. (1999). Regulation of sleep and circadian rhythms. New
York: M. Dekker.