Ryan Wellington Logan

Ryan Wellington Logan
Boston University | BU · Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

Ph.D.

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105
Publications
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Additional affiliations
April 2015 - present
University of Pittsburgh
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
June 2012 - present
University of Pittsburgh
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • Circadian, epigenetics, stress, mood disorder, and addiction
October 2011 - June 2012
The Jackson Laboratory
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • Diversity Outbred, Collaborative Cross, and Behavior
Education
September 2004 - December 2009
University of Maine
Field of study
  • Neuroscience
September 2000 - May 2004
University of Maine
Field of study
  • Psychology

Publications

Publications (105)
Article
Chronic alcohol intake disrupts sleep and other circadian biological rhythms in both human alcoholics and in experimental animals. Recent studies from our laboratory indicate that these effects may be due, in part, to ethanol-induced alterations in fundamental properties of the circadian pacemaker. The present study explored the effects of chronic...
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Chronic alcohol intake is associated with dramatic disruptions in sleep and other circadian biological rhythms in both humans and experimental animals. In human alcoholics, these disruptions persist during extended abstinence and appear to promote relapse to drinking. Whereas chronic ethanol intake alters fundamental properties of the circadian pac...
Article
Chronic alcohol intake and alcohol withdrawal are associated with dramatic disruptions of daily (circadian) biological rhythms in both human alcoholics and experimental animals. The extent to which these observations are due to pharmacological effects on the underlying circadian pacemaker is not known, however, since no human studies and very few a...
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Although chronic alcohol intake is associated with widespread disruptions of sleep-wake cycles and other daily biological rhythms in both human alcoholics and experimental animals, the extent to which the chronobiological effects of alcohol are mediated by effects on the underlying circadian pacemaker remains unknown. Nevertheless, recent studies i...

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Investigating novel protein-protein interactions between protein of interest and other proteins in specific brain region following control and experimental treatments

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