Marylynn S. Barkley
Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
Offices and Labs
Profile IntroductionFemale reproduction with a focus on ovarian steroid hormone and immune system interaction
|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|
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
Systemic physiology. Comparative physiology: endocrinology.
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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