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Interrogating Neuronal Circuits Mediating Body Fluid Homeostasis

Featured Topic — Tuesday, April 24, 2018 — 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM — Convention Center, Room 28A
CNS Section — Chair: Eric Krause — Co-Chair: Lei A. Wang

This session will focus on recent advances in the area of the central regulation of body fluid homeostasis and is of interest to CNS, NCAR, WEH and Renal sections.


  • Salt and the NTS.
    Brad Lowell — Program in Neuroscience, Harvard

  • Differential effects of osmotic stress on synaptic vs. paracrine signaling mechanisms in oxytocinergic magnocellular neurons.
    Charles Jason Frazier — University of Florida

  • Chronic chemogenetic activation of OVLT neurons alters body fluid homeostasis and sympathetically-mediated hypertension
    Sean D Stocker — University of Pittsburgh

  • Prefrontal Cortical Regulation of Chronic Stress-Induced Cardiovascular Susceptibility
    Brent Myers — Colorado State University

  • Identifying ‘angiotensin sensitive’ neurons in the lamina terminalis that coordinate endocrine, cardiovascular and behavioral responses mediating body fluid homeostasis
    Eric G. Krause — University of Florida

    Lei Wang — Dept of Physiology and Anatomy, Univ. of North Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr.


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