Anne-Louise Gannon

Anne-Louise Gannon
The University of Newcastle, Australia · School of Environmental and Life Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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15 Research Items
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Introduction
My research focus is on understanding the genes that underpin development, function and steroid regulation in the adrenal cortex. Building on this knowledge, I am currently developing novel nanobiotechnology as a therapeutic approach to adrenal disease.
Additional affiliations
January 2018 - present
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Position
  • PostDoc Position
October 2014 - January 2018
The University of Edinburgh
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2013 - August 2014
University of Dundee
Position
  • Master's Student
Education
October 2014 - January 2018
The University of Edinburgh
Field of study
  • Endocrinology
September 2013 - September 2014
University of Dundee
Field of study
  • Cancer Biology
September 2009 - June 2013
University of Dundee
Field of study
  • Biology

Publications

Publications (15)
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Adrenal androgens are fundamental mediators of ovarian folliculogenesis, embryonic implantation, and breast development. Although adrenal androgen function in target tissues are well characterized, there is little research covering the role of androgen-signaling within the adrenal itself. Adrenal glands express AR which is essential for the regress...
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Androgens are known to be an essential regulator of male health. Androgen receptor (AR) is widely expressed throughout the adrenal cortex, yet the wider role for androgen signalling in the adrenal remains underexplored. To investigate AR-dependent and AR-independent androgen signalling in the adrenal, we used a novel mouse model with a specific abl...
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The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis regulates responses to internal and external stressors. Many patients diagnosed with conditions such as depression or anxiety also have hyperactivity of the HPA axis. Hyper-stimulation of the HPA axis results in sustained elevated levels of glucocorticoids which impair neuronal function and can ultimate...
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Background: Clinical response to chemotherapy for ovarian cancer is frequently compromised by the development of drug-resistant disease. The underlying molecular mechanisms and implications for prescription of routinely prescribed chemotherapy drugs are poorly understood. Methods: We created novel A2780-derived ovarian cancer cell lines resistan...
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The tamoxifen-inducible Cre system is a popular transgenic method for controlling the induction of recombination by Cre at a specific time and in a specific cell type. However, tamoxifen is not an inert inducer of recombination, but an established endocrine disruptor with mixed agonist/antagonist activity acting via endogenous estrogen receptors. S...
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Glucocorticoids are steroids involved in key physiological processes such as development, metabolism, inflammatory and stress responses and are mostly used exogenously as medications to treat various inflammation-based conditions. They act via the glucocorticoid receptor (GR) expressed in most cells. Exogenous glucocorticoids can negatively impact...
Poster
Androgens bind to their cognate androgen receptor (AR), which acts as a transcription factor to regulate gene expression essential for the development and maintenance of male sexual characteristics. Androgens may also play an important role in adrenal development by suppressing the rodent x-zone in postnatal life (1), though the mechanism underpinn...

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