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Dakota Brockway (he/him)
Graduate Student, Neuroscience

2018 Huck Graduate Fellow

Dakota is a fifth year PhD candidate in the Huck Neuroscience Program. He earned his Bachelors in Neuroscience and Minor in Psychology and Biology from Ohio University's Honors Tutorial College. In his free time, he enjoys going for a run, playing soccer, and mountain biking. 

papers:

SOMATOSTATIN NEURONS IN THE BED NUCLEUS OF THE STRIA TERMINALIS PLAY A SEX-DEPENDENT ROLE IN BINGE DRINKING // 2022
Brain Research Bulletin

Suresh Nair, Dao, Lopez Melean, Griffith, Starnes, Moyer, Sicher, Brockway, Meeks, & Crowley

SOMATOSTATIN NEURONS CONTROL AN ALCOHOL BINGE DRINKING PRELIMBIC MICROCIRCUIT IN MICE // 2021
Neuropsychopharmacology

Dao, Brockway, Suresh Nair, Sicher, & Crowley

​TURNING THE 'TIDES ON NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISEASES: THE ROLE OF PEPTIDES IN THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX // 2020
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience

Brockway, & Crowley

FORCED ABSTINENCE FROM ALCOHOL INDUCES SEX-SPECIFIC DEPRESSION-LIKE BEHAVIOR AND NEURAL ADAPTATIONS IN SOMATOSTATIN NEURONS IN CORTICAL AND AMYGDALAR REGIONS // 2020
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience

Dao, Nair, Magee, Moyer, Sendao, Brockway, & Crowley

IN VITRO OPTOGENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF NEUROPEPTIDE RELEASE FROM PREFRONTAL CORTICAL SOMATOSTATIN NEURONS // 2019
Neuroscience

Dao, Brockway, & Crowley