Teresa Reyes

Teresa M Reyes , PhD

Associate Professor

Reading Campus
2120 East Galbraith Road
A-129
Cincinnati, Ohio 45237-0506
Phone 513-558-4338
Fax 513-297-0966
Email reyesta@ucmail.uc.edu

Education

Bachelors of Science: University of Wisconsin Madison, WI, 1992

Masters of Science: University of Wisconsin Madison, WI, 1995

PhD: University of Wisconsin Madison, WI, 1999

Positions and Work Experience

2004 -2006 Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology, Scripps Research Institute, Jupiter, FL

2006 -2015 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Research Support

Grant: #1R01MH106330-01 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa 09-07-2015 -06-30-2017 National Institute of Mental Health Opioids and impulsivity: Neuroanatomical examination in a novel animal model Role:PI $390,597.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #567152/345034 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa 09-01-2015 -08-31-2016 Simons Foundation Uncovering the impact of16p11.2del on neurons mediating motivated behavior Role:PI $30,555.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #R21MH100828 Investigators:Reyes, TM National Institute of Health Intrauterine inflammation affects offspring cognitive function Role:PI Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #R01MH087978 Investigators:Reyes, TM National Institute of Health, National Institute of Mental Health In utero programming of the dopamine system: behavior, neuroanatomy & epigenetics Role:PI Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #NARSAD Young Investigator Investigators:Reyes, TM Brain and Behavior Research Foundation Adverse prenatal environment and altered social and anxiety-related behaviors Role:PI Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #R21MH091372 Investigators:Reyes, TM National Institute of Mental Health Novel animal models of impaired social behavior and anxiety: a role for MeCP2 Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #Research Grant Investigators:Reyes, TM Prater Willi Syndrome Association Role:PI Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #Research Grant Investigators:Abel, Reyes Simons Foundation Comprehensive Phenotyping of Mouse Autism Models Role:Co-Investigator Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #R21NS080585-01 Investigators:Saldanha, Reyes National Institute of Health, National Institute of Mental Health Neural estrogen synthesis by astrocytic aromatization, and neuroinflammation Role:Co-Investigator Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #5K01DK064086 Investigators:Reyes, TM NIH/NIDDK Functional Neuroanatomy of Cytokine-Mediated Anorexia Role:PI Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #1R13DA033790 Investigators:Reyes, TM National Institute of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse Stress Neurobiology Workshop 2012 Role:Conference Co-Organizer Completed Type:Grant

Grant: #U2CDK059630 Investigators:Benoit, Stephen; Davidson, William; Howles, Philip; Liu, Min; Reyes, Teresa; Tso, Patrick P.W.; Ulrich-Lai, Yvonne; Welge, Jeffrey; Woods, Stephen; Woollett, Laura 08-01-2016 -06-30-2021 National Inst of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease Cincinnati Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center Role:Collaborator $926,069.68 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #R13CA217277 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa 06-01-2017 -05-31-2018 National Cancer Institute PNIRS 2017 Annual Meeting Role:PI $12,854.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #Augusta 30835-46 sub U24DK076169 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa; Ulrich-Lai, Yvonne 10-01-2017 -09-30-2019 National Inst of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease Behavioral assay development to assess preference for exercise relative to palatable food Role:Collaborator $93,797.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #304029 / R01MH090740 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa 07-11-2018 -04-30-2023 National Institute of Mental Health Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Formation of Basal Ganglia Circutry Role:PI $61,053.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #R01DK119135 Investigators:Liu, Min; Reyes, Teresa; Tso, Patrick P.W.; Ulrich-Lai, Yvonne; Woods, Stephen 09-20-2018 -05-31-2023 National Inst of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease Role of the GI lymphatic system in hormonal signaling and nutrient metabolism Role:Collaborator $616,764.00 Active Level:Federal

Grant: #R21DA049253 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa; Wohleb, Eric 09-01-2019 -08-31-2021 National Institute on Drug Abuse DAT18-09 Maternal opioid exposure and executive function evaluation in the mouse Role:PI $240,750.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #R25NS115532 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa; Solomon, Matia 03-15-2020 -02-28-2025 National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Research Innovation in NeuroScience Education for Underserved Populations (RISE UP) Role:PI $105,721.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Grant: #20IN30 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa 07-01-2020 -06-30-2022 Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research scRNAseq to identify mechanisms of cognitive deficits in ALL survivors Role:PI $100,000.00 Awarded Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #R01NR019531 Investigators:Reyes, Teresa; Wohleb, Eric 09-07-2020 -06-30-2025 National Institute of Nursing Research Identification of causal factors underlying cognitive deficits in a mouse model of childhood leukemia survival Role:PI $543,381.00 Awarded Level:Federal

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

J. L. Carlin, S. E. McKee, T. Hill-Smith, N. M. Grissom, R. George, I.Lucki and T. M Reyes (2016. ) Removal of high fat diet after chronic exposure drives binge behavior and dopaminergic dysregulation in female mice. Neuroscience, , (326 ) ,170-9.

Grissom NM, George R, Reyes TM (2015. ) The hypothalamic transcriptional response to stress is severely impaired in offspring exposed to adverse nutrition during gestation. Neuroscience, ,

N. M. Grissom, C. T. Herdt, J. Desilets, J. Lidsky-Everson, T. M. Reyes. (2015. ) Dissociable deficits of executive function caused by gestational adversity are linked to specific transcriptional changes in the prefrontal cortex. Neuropsychopharmacology, , 40 (6 ) ,

McKee SE, Grissom NM, Herdt CT, Reyes TM. (2017. ) Methyl donor supplementation alters cognitive performance and motivation in female offspring from high-fat diet-fed dams. FASEB J. , , (6) ,2352-2363

Grissom NM, George R, Reyes TM. (2017. ) Suboptimal nutrition in early life affects the inflammatory gene expression profile and behavioral responses to stressors. Brain Behav Immun., , (63 ) ,115-126

Thanos PK, Zhuo J, Robison L, Kim R, Ananth M, Choai I, Grunseich A, Grissom NM, George R, Delis F, Reyes TM. (2016. ) Suboptimal maternal diets alter mu opioid receptor and dopamine type 1 receptor binding but exert no effect on dopamine transporters in the offspring brain. Int J Dev Neurosci., , 16 ,30211-8

Carlin JL, Grissom N, Ying Z, Gomez-Pinilla F, Reyes TM. (2016. ) Voluntary exercise blocks Western diet-induced gene expression of the chemokines CXCL10 and CCL2 in the prefrontal cortex. Brain Behav Immun., , (58 ) ,82-90

Hale MW, Spencer SJ, Conti B, Jasoni CL, Kent S, Radler ME, Reyes TM, Sominsky L. (2015. ) Diet, behavior and immunity across the lifespan. Neurosci Biobehav Rev., , 58 ,46-62

Post Graduate Training and Education

1999-2003 Post Doctoral Fellow, Laboratory of Neuronal Structure and Function, Salk Institute of Biological Sciences, , San Diego, CA

2003-2004 Senior Research Associate, Laboratory of Neuronal and Structural Function, Salk Institute of Biological Sciences, , San Diego, CA

Patents and Inventions

US 09/919,473 6838274 Urocortin proteins and uses thereof Reyes, TM, Awarded 2005

US 10/973,092 7223846 Urocortin proteins and uses thereof Reyes, TM, Awarded 2007

Contact Information

Academic - Reading Campus
2120 East Galbraith Road
CincinnatiĀ  Ohio, 45237-0506
Phone: 513-558-4338
Fax: 513-297-0966
reyesta@ucmail.uc.edu