Publications:

Woodside, B.L., Borroni, A.M., Hammonds, M.D. and Teyler, T.J. (2004). Nmda receptors and voltage dependent calcium channels play different roles in the acquisition and retention of a spatial memory task.  Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 81 (2), pp. 105-14.

Sprague, J.E., Preston, A.S., Leifheit, M., and Woodside, B.L. (2003).  Hippocampal serotonergic damage induced by MDMA (ecstasy): effects on spatial learning.  Physiology & Behavior, 79, pp. 281-287.

Borroni, A.M., Fichtenholtz, H., Woodside, B. and Teyler, T.J. (2000).  Role of vdccLTP and nmdaLTP in spatial memory.  Journal of Neuroscience, 20(24), pp. 9272-76.

Teyler, T.J., Morgan, S.L., Russell, B.N. and Woodside, B.L. (1999).  Synaptic plasticity and secondary epileptogenesis. In J. E. Engel, D. H. Lowenstein, S. L. Moshe, & P. A. Schwartzkroin (Eds.), Brain plasticity and epilepsy  (pp. 253-267).  San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Woodside, B. L., Longenecker, R., Houmard, M., Cirullo, B., Bluhm, A., Sprague, J. E. Effects of exercise on ameliorating memory deficits from 3,4-methylenedioxymeth-amphetamine(MDMA) administration. (in preparation)