(For a full, up to date list of publications, please go to: Dr. Bale's Pubmed Link.)
Rodgers AB, Morgan CP, Bronson SL, Revello S, Bale TL. 2013. Paternal stress exposure alters sperm microRNA content and reprograms offspring HPA stress axis regulation. J Neurosci 33(21):9003-12
Halpern CH, Tekriwal A, Santollo J, Keating JG, Wolf JA, Daniels D, Bale TL. 2013 Amelioration of binge eating by nucleus accumbans shell deep brain stimulation in mice involves d2 receptor modulation. J Neurosci 33(17):7122-9
Howerton, CL, Morgan CP, Fischer DB, Bale TL. 2013. O-GlcNAc transferase (OGT) as a placental bioarker of maternal stress and reprogramming of CNS gene transcription in development. Proc Natl Acad Sci 110(13):5169-74
Morgan CP, and Bale TL 2012. Sex differences in microRNA regulation of gene expression: no smoke, just miRs. 3(1):22
Epperson, CN & Bale, TL 2012. BDNF Val66 Met Polymorphism and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Levels Across the Female Life Span: Implications for the Sex Bias in Affective Disorders. Biol Psychiatry. 15;72(6):434-6
Gerber, AR & Bale, TL 2012. Antiinflammatory treatment ameliorates HPA stress axis dysfunction in a mouse model of stress sensitivity. Endocrinology. 153(10)4830-7.
Bale, TL & Chen, A 2012. Minireview: CRF and Wylie Vale: A Story of 41 Amino Acids and a Texan with Grit. Endocrinology, 153(6):2556-61.
Howerton, CL & Bale, TL 2012. Prenatal programing: At the intersection of maternal stress and immune activation. Horm Behav. 62(3):237-42
Morgan, CP & Bale, TL 2011. Early prenatal stress epigenetically programs dysmasculinization in second-generation offspring via the paternal lineage. J Neurosci, 31, 11748-11755.
Goel, N, Plyler, KS, Daniels, D & Bale, TL 2011. Androgenic influence on serotonergic activation of the HPA stress axis. Endocrinology, 152, 2001-2010.
Dunn, GA, Morgan, CP & Bale, TL. 2011. Sex-specificity in transgenerational epigenetic programming. Horm Behav, 59, 290-295.
Dunn, GA & Bale, TL. 2011. Maternal high-fat diet effects on third-generation female body size via the paternal lineage. Endocrinology, 152, 2228-2236.
Bale, TL 2011. Sex differences in prenatal epigenetic programming of stress pathways. Stress-the International Journal on the Biology of Stress, 14, 348-356.
Bale, TL. 2011. Stressing the importance of development. Interview by Kristie Nybo. Biotechniques, 51, 369.
Pankevich DE, Teegarden SL, Hedin AD, Jensen CL, Bale TL. 2010. Caloric restriction experience reprograms stress and orexigenic pathways and promotes binge eating. J Neurosci. 2010 Dec 1;30(48):16399-407.
Bale TL, Baram TZ, Brown AS, Goldstein JM, Insel TR, McCarthy MM, Nemeroff CB, Reyes TM, Simerly RB, Susser ES, Nestler EJ. Early life programming and neurodevelopmental disorders. 2010. Biol Psychiatry. 2010 Aug 15;68(4):314-9.
Goel N, Bale TL. Sex differences in the serotonergic influence on the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal stress axis. 2010 Endocrinology. Apr;151(4):1784-94. Epub 2010 Feb 25.
Tracy Bale, BS, PhD
- Professor of Neuroscience, Department of Animal Biology, School of Veterinary Medicine University of Pennsylvania
- Professor of Neuroscience, Department of Psychiatry , University of Pennsylvania
- Director, Neuroscience Center, School of Veterinary Medicine
Stefanie Bronson, Ph.D.
Ph.D. (Neuroscience) U. of Cincinnati ’11
B.S. (Music / Psychology) Stetson U. ’02
Joined Bale Lab in 2011 email@example.com
Casey Halpern, MD
MD Perelman School of Medicine ’07
B.A. (Chemistry / Classics) University of Pennsylvania ’03
Joined Bale Lab in 2010 Casey.Halpern@uphs.upenn.edu
Christopher Howerton, Ph.D.
Ph.D. (Animal Behavior) UC Davis ’11
M.A. (Animal Science) UC Davis
B.A. (Animal Biology) UC Davis
Joined Bale Lab in 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Morrison, Ph. D.
Ph.D. (Biological Psychology) U. Tennessee ’12
B.S. (Biology/Psychology) West Virginia U. ’06
Joined Bale Lab in 2012 email@example.com
B.A. (Biology/Neurobiology) Macalester Coll ’07
Neuroscience Graduate Group
Joined Bale Lab in 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
B.A. (Biology) St Mary’s College ’06
Pharmacology Graduate Group
Joined Bale Lab in 2009 email@example.com
B.S. (Biology) Notre Dame ’09
Neuroscience Graduate Group
Joined Bale Lab in 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org
Laboratory Technicians & Research Assistants
B.S. (Health Sciences) U. of Hartford ’09
Joined Bale Lab in 2010 email@example.com
B.S. (Biological Basis of Behavior)
University of Pennsylvania ’13
Joined Bale Lab in 2011 firstname.lastname@example.org