Marylynn S. Barkley

Professor Emeritus

Departments

Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior

Offices and Labs

Profile Introduction

Female reproduction with a focus on ovarian steroid hormone and immune system interaction

Degrees

1993 MD Chicago Medical School
1975 PhD (Endocrinology) University of Connecticut
1972 MS (Biobehavioral Sciences) University of Connecticut
1970 BA (Biological Anthropology) California State University, Sacramento

Research Interests

Endocrinology

Endocrinology, with an emphasis in female reproduction, endocrine-immune system interaction, genetic variation in reproductive function and behavioral endocrinology.

Female reproduction with a focus on ovarian steroid hormone and immune system interaction

CBS Grad Group Affiliations

Animal Behavior

Teaching Interests

Systemic physiology. Comparative physiology: endocrinology.

Publications

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  • Barkley M and M Zelinski-Wooten. 1999. Chorionic Gonadotropins: Other Mammals. In: Encyclopedia of Reproduction, Vol. I. Academic Press:601-614
  • Spearow JL and M Barkley. 1999. Genetic control of hormone-induced ovulation rate in mice. Biology of Reproduction. 61:851-856
  • Spearow JL, P Doemeny, R Sera, R Leffler, and M Barkley. 1999. Genetic variation in susceptibility to endocrine disruption by estrogen in mice. Science. 285:1259-1261