Posters and Published Abstracts

Mychasiuk, R., Hehar, H., Ma, I., Candy, S., & Esser, M. J. (2015). The use of telomere length as a possible biomarker for mTBI/concussion prognosis. Modelling Genetic Disease: From Mechanism to Therapy ACHRI Research Symposium, Calgary Canada.


Mychasiuk, R., Hehar, H., Ma, I., Candy, S., & Esser, M. J. (2015). Identification of a predictive biomarker for mTBI/concussion prognosis; Can you tel? Canadian Spring Conference on Brain and Behaviour, Fernie Canada.


Hehar, H., Mychasiuk, R., Ma, I., Yeates, K., & Esser. M.J. (2015). Impulsivity: A risk factor for poor outcomes after mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Canadian Spring Conference on Brain and Behaviour, Fernie Canada.


Candy, S., Mychasiuk, R., Hehar, H., Ma, I., Esser, M.J., & Pittman, Q. Effect of neuroinflammation on mild traumatic brain injury outcomes. Canadian Spring Conference on Brain and Behaviour, Fernie Canada.


Mychasiuk, R., Hehar, H., Farran, A., Ma, I., & Esser, M. J. (2014). Caloric intake affects behavioural outcomes following pediatric concussion in rats. Society for Neurosciences. Washington, USA.


Kolb, B., Muhammad, A., Ilnytskyy, S., & Mychasiuk, R. (2014). Chronic stress induces epigenetic modification to the mPFC, OFC, and HPC of adult rats. Society for Neurosciences. Washington, USA.


Ahn, Y., Cheng, N., Mychasiuk, R., Smith, J., Tobais, R., & Rho, J. (2014). Ketogenic diet attenuates behavioural abnormalities and alters brain mitochondrial respiration in the BTBR mouse model of autism. Society for Neurosciences, Washington, USA.


Cheng, N., Ahn, Y., Mychasiuk, R., Tobias, R., Ruskin, D., Masino, S., & Rho, J. (2014). Modulation of aberrant ERK signaling as a potential therapeutic strategy in the BTBR mouse model of autism. Society for Neurosciences, Washington, USA.


Mychasiuk, R., Farran, A., MacMillan, C., Ma, I., & Esser, M. J. (2013). Mild traumatic brain injury alters behaviour and gene expression in the prefrontal cortex of juvenile rats. Society for Neurosciences. San Diego, USA.


Kolb, B., Muhammad, A., Ilnytskyy, S., & Mychasiuk, R. (2013). Prior exposure to nicotine or amphetamine changes gene expression in the brain of adult rats. Society for Neurosciences. San Diego, USA


Mychasiuk, R., Farran, A., & Esser, M. J. (2013). Mild traumatic brain injury induces sex-dependent changes in motor and anxiety-related behaviour of young rats. International Neurotrauma Society. Nashville, USA.


Mychasiuk, R., Muhammad, A., & Kolb, B (2013). Prenatal nicotine exposure alters behavioural and anatomical outcomes associated with an early brain lesion. Acquired Injury in the Developing Brain – Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute Research Symposium. Calgary, AB.


Mychasiuk, R., Muhammad, A., & Kolb, B. (2012). Nicotine, amphetamine, and stress differentially alter the epigenome of the prefrontal cortex, hippocampus, and nucleus accumbens. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. New Orleans, USA.


Muhammad, A., Mychasiuk, R., Hossain, R., Nakahashi, A., Gibb, R., & Kolb, B. (2012). Behavioral modification associated with prenatal nicotine exposure. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. New Orleans, USA.


Benzies, K., Barker, L., Mychasiuk, R., & Tough, S. (2012) Bright from the Start (BftS): An approach to integrating early brain and biological development into existing programming and clinical practice. Early Brain and Biological Symposium, Banff Alberta.


Mychasiuk, R., Benzies, K., Tough, S., & Donnelly, C. (2012). Child characteristics impact outcomes of an early intervention program. International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development. Edmonton, Canada


Mychasiuk, R., Muhammad, A., Gibb, R., & Kolb, B. (2011). Gene expression, behavior and neuroanatomical changes associated with prenatal stress. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. Washington DC, USA.


Mychasiuk, R., Kolb, B., & Gibb, R. (2010). Prenatal stress results in sex-dependent gene expression changes for developing rat offspring. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. San Diego, USA.


Mychasiuk, R., Kolb, B., & Gibb, R. (2009). Prenatal stress (bystander or direct) results in dose-dependant epigenetic and behavioral changes for offspring. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. Chicago, USA.


Mychasiuk, R., Schmold, N., Ilnytskyy, S., Kovalchuk, O., Gibb, R., & Kolb, B. (2008). Prenatal stress by association alters brain and behavior in rat offspring. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. Washington, USA.