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Lara Boyle
Lara Boyle
Columbia University Medical Center
Verified email at pennmedicine.upenn.edu
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The circadian protein BMAL1 regulates translation in response to S6K1-mediated phosphorylation
JO Lipton, ED Yuan, LM Boyle, D Ebrahimi-Fakhari, E Kwiatkowski, ...
Cell 161 (5), 1138-1151, 2015
3332015
A circuit from hippocampal CA2 to lateral septum disinhibits social aggression
F Leroy, J Park, A Asok, DH Brann, T Meira, LM Boyle, EW Buss, ...
Nature 564 (7735), 213-218, 2018
2242018
Aberrant proteostasis of BMAL1 underlies circadian abnormalities in a paradigmatic mTOR-opathy
JO Lipton, LM Boyle, ED Yuan, KJ Hochstrasser, FF Chifamba, A Nathan, ...
Cell reports 20 (4), 868-880, 2017
822017
A neuroplasticity hypothesis of chronic stress in the basolateral amygdala
LM Boyle
The Yale journal of biology and medicine 86 (2), 117, 2013
792013
Direct current stimulation induces mGluR5‐dependent neocortical plasticity
Y Sun, JO Lipton, LM Boyle, JR Madsen, MC Goldenberg, ...
Annals of neurology 80 (2), 233-246, 2016
582016
Chronic corticosterone exposure persistently elevates the expression of memory-related genes in the lateral amygdala and enhances the consolidation of a Pavlovian fear memory
MS Monsey, LM Boyle, ML Zhang, CP Nguyen, HG Kronman, KT Ota, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e91530, 2014
482014
A diet enriched with curcumin impairs newly acquired and reactivated fear memories
MS Monsey, DM Gerhard, LM Boyle, MA Briones, M Seligsohn, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 40 (5), 1278-1288, 2015
472015
Enkephalin release from VIP interneurons in the hippocampal CA2/3a region mediates heterosynaptic plasticity and social memory
F Leroy, CA de Solis, LM Boyle, T Bock, OM Lofaro, EW Buss, A Asok, ...
Molecular psychiatry 27 (6), 2879-2900, 2022
282022
Severe spinal cord injury causes immediate multi-cellular dysfunction at the chondro-osseous junction
LR Morse, Y Xu, B Solomon, L Boyle, S Yoganathan, P Stashenko, ...
Translational stroke research 2, 643-650, 2011
212011
Tuned geometries of hippocampal representations meet the computational demands of social memory
LM Boyle, L Posani, S Irfan, SA Siegelbaum, S Fusi
Neuron 112 (8), 1358-1371. e9, 2024
192024
The geometry of hippocampal CA2 representations enables abstract coding of social familiarity and identity
L Boyle, L Posani, S Irfan, SA Siegelbaum, S Fusi
bioRxiv, 2022.01. 24.477361, 2022
192022
Tuned geometries of hippocampal representations meet the demands of social memory
LM Boyle, L Posani, S Irfan, SA Siegelbaum, S Fusi
42022
The ventral CA2 region of the hippocampus and its differential contributions to social memory and social aggression
LM Boyle, W Sheng, F Leroy, R Sahai, S Irfan, HJ Lee, A Villegas, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.06. 07.597964, 2024
2024
Familiarity and Identity Representations in Hippocampal Area CA2
L Boyle, L Posani, S Irfan, S Siegelbaum, S Fusi
NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 47 (SUPPL 1), 300-300, 2022
2022
The geometry of hippocampal CA2 representations enables abstract coding of social familiarity and identity
S Fusi, L Boyle, L Posani, S Irfan, S Siegelbaum
2022
Social Familiarity and Recollection in the CA2 Region of the Hippocampus
L Boyle
Columbia University, 2022
2022
The World We See-Part 6: Art that Moves, in More Ways than One
L Boyle
2018
The World We See, Part 3: A Study of the Women with Superhuman Sight
L Boyle
2018
The World We See-Interlude: Jeff Koons on the Intersection of Science and Art
L Boyle
2018
The World We See-Part 4:" The Dress" Will Still Fool You
L Boyle
2018
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