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Kimberly P. Kinzig

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Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences
Ph.D., 2002, University of Cincinnati


Contact Info:

kkinzig@purdue.edu
765-496-8220


Training Group(s):
Integrative Neuroscience


Current Research Interests:

Research in my laboratory is focused on neural and endocrine factors involved in the control of food intake and regulation of energy balance. We are currently investigating the role of dietary macronutrients in energy balance and also how chronic caloric restriction influences regulatory responses to food intake.



Selected Publications:

Hargrave, SL. & Kinzig, KP. (2012) Repeated gastric distension alters food intake and neuroendocrine profiles in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 105, 269-76.

Honors, MA & Kinzig, KP. (2012), The role of insulin resistance in the development of muscle wasting during cancer cachexia. Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia, and Muscle, 3, 5-11.

Honors, M.A. & Kinzig, K.P. (2013) Chronic exendin-4 treatment prevents the development of cancer cachexia symptoms in male rats bearing the Yoshida sarcoma. Hormones and Cancer, (Epub ahead of print).

Honors, MA & Kinzig, K.P. (2013) Characterization of the Yoshida sarcoma” a model of cancer cachexia. Supportive Care in Cancer, 21(10):2687-94.

Davidson, T.L., Hargrave, S.L., Swithers, S.E., Sample, C.H., Fu, X., Kinzig, K.P., & Zheng, W. (2013) Interrelationships among diet, obesity, and hippocampal-dependent cognitive function. Neuroscience, 253C:110-122.

Honors, M.A. and Kinzig*, K.P., (2014).Dietinduced obesity and insulin resistance spur tumor Growth and cancer cachexia in rats bearing the Yoshida sarcoma. Nutrition and Cancer, 66(5);872-8.

Honors, M.A. and Kinzig*, K.P., (2014). Chronic exendin-4 treatment prevents the Development of cancer cachexia symptoms in male rats bearing the Yoshida sarcoma. Hormones and Cancer, 5(1); 33-41.

Hargrave, S. L., Davidson, T. L., Zheng, W., & Kinzig, K. P. (2015). Western diets induce blood-brain barrier leakage and alter spatial strategies in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 130(1), 123-35.

Hargrave, S. L., Davidson, T. L., Lee, T. J., & Kinzig, K. P. (2015). Brain and behavioral perturbations in rats following Western diet access. Appetite, 93, 35-43.

Lee, T. J. & Kinzig, K. P. (2017). Repeated adolescent activity-based anorexia influences central estrogen signaling and adulthood anxiety-like behaviors in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 171, 199-206.

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