Tracy Doucette

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NameTracy Ann Doucette
PositionFaculty Member
Emailtdoucette@upei.ca
Department(s)Biology
Phone(902) 566-6055
BuildingDuffy Science Centre 434
Websitehttp://www.upei.ca/biology/doucette

Tracy Ann Doucette

Biography

Title: Assistant Professor

Education: B.A., University of Prince Edward Island; Ph.D., University of Prince Edward Island

Dr. Tracy Doucette and two UPEI researchers were awarded a US patent for creating an animal model to understand changes in brain development and function that lead to seizures in Epilepsy, a disorder that affects more than 50 million people worldwide. Her research focuses on the role of kainate receptors in learning, memory, and neurobehavioural development.


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Behavioural toxicity of the excitotoxins, domoic acid and kainic acid, at different stages of rat developmentDoucette, Tracy A.; Strain, S. M.; Trasker, R. A. R.
Does neonatal surgical stress alter physical and neurobehavioural development in rats?Doucette, Tracy A.; Trasker, R. A. R.
Voluntary forced use of the impaired limb following stroke facilitates functional recovery in the ratLivingston-Thomas, Jessica M. ; McGuire, Emily P. ; Doucette, Tracy A. ; Tasker, R. Andrew
A novel approach to induction and rehabilitation of deficits in forelimb function in a rat model of ischemic strokeHume , A.W.; Doucette , T.A.; Tasker , R.A.
Neonatal domoic acid treatment produces alterations to prepulse inhibition and latent inhibition in adult ratsMarriott, Amber L.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
Altered pre-pulse inhibition in adult rats treated neonatally with domoic acidAdams, A. L.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.
Gender-based changes in cognition and emotionality in a new rat model of epilepsyDoucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Chemical and biological detection methodsNovelli, A.; Fernandez-Sanchez, M. T.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Persistent changes in learning and memory in rats following neonatal treatment with domoic acidAdams, A. L.; Doucette, Tracy A.; James, R.; Ryan, Catherine L.
An improved post-operative care protocol allows detection of long-term functional deficits following MCAo surgery in ratsRyan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Gill, D. A.; Langdon, K. D.; Liu, Y.; Perry, M. A.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Comparison of the in vitro and in vivo neurotoxicity of three new sources of kainic acidTasker, R. Andrew R.; Bernard, P. B.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Kerr, D. S.; Zabidin, Y.; Alvarez-Fernandez, L.; Fernandez-Maroto, B.; Fernandez-Sanchez, M. T.; Novelli, A.
Low doses of domoic acid during postnatal development produce permanent changes in rat behaviour and hippocampal morphologyDoucette, Tracy A.; Bernard, P. B.; Husum, H.; Perry, M. A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Effects of estrous stage and time of day on prepulse inhibition in female ratsAdams, A. L.; Hudson, A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
NMDA receptor involvement in the effects of low dose domoic acid in neonatal ratsTasker, R. Andrew R.; Perry, M. A.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.
Altered responses to novelty and drug reinforcement in adult rats treated neonatally with domoic acidBurt, M. A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
Low doses of non-NMDA glutamate receptor agonists alter neurobehavioural development in the ratDoucette, Tracy A.; Bernard, P. B.; Yuill, P. C.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.; Ryan, Catherine L.
Altered social interaction in adult rats following neonatal treatment with domoic acidRyan, Catherine L.; Robbins, Mark A.; Smith, Meghan T.; Gallant, Ian C.; Adams-Marriott, Amber L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
Role of kainate receptors in a developmental rat model of temporal lobe epilepsyTasker, R. Andrew R.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Bernard, P. B.; Ryan, Catherine L.
Permanent histological and behavioural changes produced by neonatal kainate receptor stimulationBernard, P. B.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Low dose domoic acid in neonatal rats abolishes nicotine induced conditioned place preference during late adolescenceBurt, M. A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
Functional neuroprotection following ischemia using an inhibitor of NMDA receptor - PSD95 interactionTasker, R. A.; Bernard, P. B.; Doucette, T. A.
In vitro and in vivo comparisons of three new sources of kainic acidTasker, Andrew R.; Bernard, Paul B.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Kerr, Steve, Fernandez-Sanchez, Maria T.; Novelli, Antonello
Systemic injections of low dose domoic acid facilitate neonatal learningPerry, M. A.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Domoic AcidDoucette, Tracy A.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Comparative behavioural toxicity of domoic acid and kainic acid in neonatal ratsDoucette, Tracy A.; Strain, S. M.; Allen, G. V.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Effectiveness of PSD95 inhibitors in permanent and transient focal ischemia in the ratSun, H. S.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Liu, Y.; Fang, Y.; Teves, L.; Aarts, M.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Bernard, P. B.; Lau, A.; Forder, J. P.; Salter, M. W.; Wang, Y. T.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.; Tymianski, M.
Cytoarchitectural changes in the developing hippocampus following administration of a kainate receptor agonistBernard, P. B.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Use of osmotic minipumps for sustained drug delivery in rat pupsDoucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Low dose kainic acid enhances neurobehavioural development in rat pupsBernard, P. B.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Activation of kainate receptor signalling systems in the rat pupDoucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Long-term efficacy of PSD-95 inhibitors in post-stroke treatment of ischemic brain damageSun, H. S.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Liu, Y.; Aarts, M.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Bernard, P. B.; Lau, A.; Teves, L.; Salter, M. W.; Wang, Y.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.; Tymianski, M.
Neonatal domoic acid abolishes latent inhibition in male but not female rats and has differential interactions with social isolationMarriott, Amber L. ; Tasker, R Andrew; Ryan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
The impact of an improved post-operative care protocol on outcome measures in a transient MCAO rat model of strokeLangdon, K. D.; Doucette, T. A.; Perry, M. A.; Gill, D.; Tasker, R. A. R.
Detection of clinically relevant long-term functional deficits following transient MCAO in ratsDoucette, T. A.; Perry, M. A.; Langdon, K. D.; Gill, D.; Ryan, C. L.; Tasker, R. A. R.

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Behavioural toxicity of the excitotoxins, domoic acid and kainic acid, at different stages of rat development - ir:ir-batch6-593727616:35:06 2014-12-18
Does neonatal surgical stress alter physical and neurobehavioural development in rats? - ir:ir-batch6-593826303:28:47 2014-12-20
Voluntary forced use of the impaired limb following stroke facilitates functional recovery in the rat - ir:891718709:59:30 2014-12-19
A novel approach to induction and rehabilitation of deficits in forelimb function in a rat model of ischemic stroke - ir:918715415:09:36 2014-12-20
Neonatal domoic acid treatment produces alterations to prepulse inhibition and latent inhibition in adult rats - ir:1052711309:54:32 2014-12-18
Altered pre-pulse inhibition in adult rats treated neonatally with domoic acid - ir:ir-batch12-10347601:29:01 2014-12-21
Gender-based changes in cognition and emotionality in a new rat model of epilepsy - ir:ir-batch6-328437214:29:13 2014-12-20
Chemical and biological detection methods - ir:ir-batch6-502932520:40:24 2014-12-20
Persistent changes in learning and memory in rats following neonatal treatment with domoic acid - ir:ir-batch12-10245701:53:25 2014-12-15
An improved post-operative care protocol allows detection of long-term functional deficits following MCAo surgery in rats - ir:ir-batch6-61636009:14:42 2014-12-20
Comparison of the in vitro and in vivo neurotoxicity of three new sources of kainic acid - ir:ir-batch6-62032921:02:37 2014-12-19
Low doses of domoic acid during postnatal development produce permanent changes in rat behaviour and hippocampal morphology - ir:ir-batch6-61835321:01:47 2014-12-20
Effects of estrous stage and time of day on prepulse inhibition in female rats - ir:ir-batch12-10434305:07:49 2014-12-19
NMDA receptor involvement in the effects of low dose domoic acid in neonatal rats - ir:ir-batch6-61731900:34:21 2014-12-21
Altered responses to novelty and drug reinforcement in adult rats treated neonatally with domoic acid - ir:ir-batch12-11238320:26:48 2014-12-20
Low doses of non-NMDA glutamate receptor agonists alter neurobehavioural development in the rat - ir:ir-batch6-61931315:01:35 2014-12-20
Altered social interaction in adult rats following neonatal treatment with domoic acid - ir:75348219:07:31 2014-12-20
Role of kainate receptors in a developmental rat model of temporal lobe epilepsy - ir:ir-batch6-572332220:38:17 2014-12-18
Permanent histological and behavioural changes produced by neonatal kainate receptor stimulation - ir:ir-batch6-572433020:04:54 2014-12-20
Low dose domoic acid in neonatal rats abolishes nicotine induced conditioned place preference during late adolescence - ir:ir-batch12-11340516:21:20 2014-12-19
Functional neuroprotection following ischemia using an inhibitor of NMDA receptor - PSD95 interaction - ir:91934914:40:19 2014-12-18
In vitro and in vivo comparisons of three new sources of kainic acid - ir:60630019:28:01 2014-12-20
Systemic injections of low dose domoic acid facilitate neonatal learning - ir:ir-batch6-626234100:49:35 2014-12-21
Domoic Acid - ir:ir-batch6-581638014:59:11 2014-12-19
Comparative behavioural toxicity of domoic acid and kainic acid in neonatal rats - ir:ir-batch6-62231903:55:35 2014-12-17
Effectiveness of PSD95 inhibitors in permanent and transient focal ischemia in the rat - ir:ir-batch12-17740417:51:23 2014-12-20
Cytoarchitectural changes in the developing hippocampus following administration of a kainate receptor agonist - ir:ir-batch6-626031505:33:08 2014-12-17
Use of osmotic minipumps for sustained drug delivery in rat pups - ir:ir-batch6-62130004:27:40 2014-12-19
Low dose kainic acid enhances neurobehavioural development in rat pups - ir:ir-batch6-626330210:23:33 2014-12-19
Activation of kainate receptor signalling systems in the rat pup - ir:ir-batch6-626134317:54:31 2014-12-18
Long-term efficacy of PSD-95 inhibitors in post-stroke treatment of ischemic brain damage - ir:ir-batch6-624638704:30:18 2014-12-20
Assessment of the face validity, construct validity, and etiological validity of a novel animal model of schizophrenia - ir:867428209:39:59 2014-12-15
Evaluation of a novel approach to promoting post-ischemic recovery of upper extremity function in the rat - ir:973120304:55:58 2014-12-20
Neonatal domoic acid abolishes latent inhibition in male but not female rats and has differential interactions with social isolation - ir:896310907:32:46 2014-12-20
The impact of an improved post-operative care protocol on outcome measures in a transient MCAO rat model of stroke - ir:59333805:44:23 2014-12-20
Detection of clinically relevant long-term functional deficits following transient MCAO in rats - ir:57931918:24:19 2014-12-20