Teresa Reyes

Teresa M Reyes

Associate Professor

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

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

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

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

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