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Terry L. Powley

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Professor-Department of Psychology
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin


Contact Info:

powleyt@purdue.edu
765-494-6269


Training Group(s):
Integrative Neuroscience


Current Research Interests:

Our laboratory group analyzes the neuroanatomical, physiological, and endocrinological bases of energy homeostasis. Autonomic, visceral, hypothalamic, and hormonal controls of metabolism and feeding are all investigated. Primary emphasis is on the identification and mapping of the neural circuitry controlling feeding and drinking. More generally, we also examine both experimental and theoretical questions pertaining to the issue of brain localization of function.



Selected Publications:

Cheng, Z., Powley, T.L., Schwaber, J.S., and Doyle, III, F.J. (1999). Projections of the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus to cardiac ganglia of rat atria: An anterograde tracing study. J. of Comp. Neurol., 410, 320-341.

Jarvinen, M.K., Wollmann, W.J., Powrozek, T.A., Schultz, J.A., and Powley, T.L. (1999). Nitric oxide synthase-containing neurons in the myenteric plexus of the rat GI tract: Distribution and regional density. Anat. & Embryol., 199, 99-112.

Jarvinen, M.K., and Powley, T.L. (1999). Dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus neurons: A multivariate taxonomy. J. of Comp. Neurol., 403, 359-377.

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