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    David Daberkow

    David Daberkow
    SC 256
    Phone: 509.359.2259
    Fax: 509.359.2259
    Email: ddaberkow@ewu.edu
    Curriculum Vitae

    Eastern Since:
    2010

    Undergraduate Degree:
    Southeastern Louisiana University, B.S. Zoology

    Graduate Degree(s):
    Utah State University, M.S. Biology
    University of Utah, Ph.D. Neuroscience

    Post Doctoral Work:
    Illinois State University, Program of Excellence in Neuroscience and Behavior (POENB)

    Advisor:
    Pre-Med/Dent

    Courses Taught:
    Biological Investigation; Human Anatomy and Physiology; Animal Physiology; Neurobiology

    Research Areas:
    The focus of my research lab is on the neurochemical messenger dopamine and its role in brain function. Specifically, my research has explored how drugs (e.g., amphetamine and methamphetamine) impact dopamine mediated behaviors and cellular signaling molecules implicated in memory formation. More recent research elucidated amphetamine's cellular mechanism of action on dopamine neurotransmission. As a faculty member at EWU, my lab utilizes the technique of voltammetry which provides one the ability to monitor the activity of specific molecules (e.g., dopamine) in the brain. Future directions are to continue to investigate dopamine function, how drugs impact these processes, and dopamine dysfunction related to pathological conditions such as Parkinson's disease.

    Publications:

    Amphetamine Paradoxically Augments Exocytotic Dopamine Release and Phasic Dopamine Signals

    Methamphetamine neurotoxicity decreases phasic, but not tonic, dopaminergic signaling in the rat striatum

    Effect of Methamphetamine Neurotoxicity on Learning-Induced Arc mRNA Expression in Identified Striatal Efferent Neurons

    Arc mRNA induction in striatal efferent neurons associated with response learning

    Relation between methamphetamine-induced monoamine depletions in the striatum and sequential motor learning

     

     

     

    Contact Information

    Department of Biology
    258 Science Building
    Cheney, WA 99004

    email: biology@ewu.edu
    phone: 509.359.2339

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