Catherine L. Ryan

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NameCatherine L. Ryan
PositionFaculty Member
Emailryan@upei.ca
Department(s)Psychology
Phone(902) 566-0323
BuildingMemorial Hall 107
Websitehttp://www.upei.ca/science/catherine-l-ryan

Catherine L. Ryan

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Professor

BSc (St. Mary's); MA (Carleton); PhD (Carleton)

Recent projects have examined the consequences of early drug exposure in the development of the nervous system and the consequent behavioural alterations. Other related interests include mechanisms of learning and memory; animal vocalizations as measures of stress; and the effects of environmental rearing conditions on behavioural development.


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Research Interests

  • Developmental neurotoxicology
  • Animal models
  • CNS
  • Learning and memory
  • Amino acids

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An investigation of the effects of medication and the use of computerized feedback in task performance of AD/HD childrenBurt, Kathy L.; Ryan, Catherine L.
Prenatal exposure to antiadrenergic antihypertensive drugsRyan, Catherine L.; Pappas, Bruce A.
Intrauterine diazepam exposureRyan, Catherine L.; Pappas, Bruce A.
A behavioral and electrocorticographic comparison of diazepam and pentylenetetrazol in rat pupsSmythe, James W.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Pappas, Bruce A.
Neonatal domoic acid treatment produces alterations to prepulse inhibition and latent inhibition in adult ratsMarriott, Amber L.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Doucette, Tracy A.
Neuroscience & MedicineRobbins, Mark A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Marriott, Amber L.; Doucette, Tracy Ann
Ischemic lesions localized to the medial prefrontal cortex produce selective deficits in measures of executive function in ratsDeziel, Robert A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew
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.
Characterization of hippocampal mossy fibre sprouting in a developmental rat model of epilepsyBernard, P. B.; Ryan, Catherine L.; 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.
Does systemic erythroppoietin provide functionary neuroprotection following neonatal hypoxia-ischemia?Langdon, K. D.; Ryan, C. L.; Robertson, G. S.; Tasker, R. A.
The effects of low doses of domoic acid and kainic acid on neuroendocrine regulation in the ratPerry, M. A.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.; Ryan, Catherine L.
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.
Hippocampal mossy fiber sprouting and elevated trkB receptor expression following systemic administration of low dose domoic acid during neonatal developmentBernard, Paul B.; MacDonald, Debra S.; Gill, Daphne A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
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.
Perinatal exposure to low-dose domoic acid produces altered EEG patterns and reduced seizure threshold in adult ratGill, D. A.; Bastlund, J. F.; Reynolds, D. S.; Watson, W. P.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
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.
Long term changes in behaviour and hippocampal morphology following sub-convulsive doses of domoic acid during perinatal developmentBernard, P. B.; Gill, D. A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; Tasker, R. Andrew R.
Systemic injections of low dose domoic acid facilitate neonatal learningPerry, M. A.; Doucette, Tracy A.; Ryan, Catherine L.; 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.
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.
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.
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.
Neonatal exposure to low-dose domoic acid lowers seizure threshold in adult ratsGill, D. A.; Bastlund, J. F.; Watson, W. P.; Ryan, C. L.; Reynolds, D. S.; Tasker, R. A.
Effects of low dose neonatal domoic acid administration on behavioural and physiological response to mild stress in adult ratsPerry, M. A.; Ryan, C. L.; Tasker, R. A.
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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An investigation of the effects of medication and the use of computerized feedback in task performance of AD/HD children - ir:ir-batch6-181347419:35:44 2015-08-28
Prenatal exposure to antiadrenergic antihypertensive drugs - ir:ir-batch6-181437811:09:14 2015-09-01
Intrauterine diazepam exposure - ir:ir-batch6-181636006:14:20 2015-08-31
A behavioral and electrocorticographic comparison of diazepam and pentylenetetrazol in rat pups - ir:ir-batch6-181537316:28:20 2015-08-24
The performance of females on two mental rotation tasks - ir:130095806:18:55 2015-09-01
Neonatal domoic acid treatment produces alterations to prepulse inhibition and latent inhibition in adult rats - ir:1052722715:13:49 2015-08-31
Altered pre-pulse inhibition in adult rats treated neonatally with domoic acid - ir:ir-batch12-10359907:21:23 2015-09-01
Gender-based changes in cognition and emotionality in a new rat model of epilepsy - ir:ir-batch6-328447415:21:21 2015-08-30
Characterization of hippocampal mossy fibre sprouting in a developmental rat model of epilepsy - ir:ir-batch6-64538115:44:20 2015-08-31
Persistent changes in learning and memory in rats following neonatal treatment with domoic acid - ir:ir-batch12-10255906:15:57 2015-08-31
An improved post-operative care protocol allows detection of long-term functional deficits following MCAo surgery in rats - ir:ir-batch6-61646107:38:53 2015-09-01
Does systemic erythroppoietin provide functionary neuroprotection following neonatal hypoxia-ischemia? - ir:51647910:08:17 2015-08-26
The effects of low doses of domoic acid and kainic acid on neuroendocrine regulation in the rat - ir:ir-batch6-625943804:24:27 2015-08-31
Low doses of domoic acid during postnatal development produce permanent changes in rat behaviour and hippocampal morphology - ir:ir-batch6-61845421:12:04 2015-08-27
Effects of estrous stage and time of day on prepulse inhibition in female rats - ir:ir-batch12-10443313:24:33 2015-08-25
NMDA receptor involvement in the effects of low dose domoic acid in neonatal rats - ir:ir-batch6-61740714:52:15 2015-08-31
Altered responses to novelty and drug reinforcement in adult rats treated neonatally with domoic acid - ir:ir-batch12-11247905:58:15 2015-08-28
Hippocampal mossy fiber sprouting and elevated trkB receptor expression following systemic administration of low dose domoic acid during neonatal development - ir:ir-batch6-509443511:11:41 2015-08-30
Low doses of non-NMDA glutamate receptor agonists alter neurobehavioural development in the rat - ir:ir-batch6-61940717:23:14 2015-08-31
Perinatal exposure to low-dose domoic acid produces altered EEG patterns and reduced seizure threshold in adult rat - ir:ir-batch6-625843110:17:05 2015-08-28
Altered social interaction in adult rats following neonatal treatment with domoic acid - ir:75362501:24:06 2015-09-01
Role of kainate receptors in a developmental rat model of temporal lobe epilepsy - ir:ir-batch6-572341507:15:13 2015-09-01
Permanent histological and behavioural changes produced by neonatal kainate receptor stimulation - ir:ir-batch6-572442814:46:24 2015-08-20
Low dose domoic acid in neonatal rats abolishes nicotine induced conditioned place preference during late adolescence - ir:ir-batch12-11351516:38:54 2015-08-31
Long term changes in behaviour and hippocampal morphology following sub-convulsive doses of domoic acid during perinatal development - ir:ir-batch6-625737112:55:47 2015-08-30
Systemic injections of low dose domoic acid facilitate neonatal learning - ir:ir-batch6-626243723:18:18 2015-08-29
Comparative behavioural toxicity of domoic acid and kainic acid in neonatal rats - ir:ir-batch6-62240812:36:09 2015-08-31
Cytoarchitectural changes in the developing hippocampus following administration of a kainate receptor agonist - ir:ir-batch6-626040710:01:06 2015-08-29
Use of osmotic minipumps for sustained drug delivery in rat pups - ir:ir-batch6-62142504:39:38 2015-08-31
Low dose kainic acid enhances neurobehavioural development in rat pups - ir:ir-batch6-626338718:43:41 2015-08-31
Activation of kainate receptor signalling systems in the rat pup - ir:ir-batch6-626143617:05:44 2015-08-18
Long-term efficacy of PSD-95 inhibitors in post-stroke treatment of ischemic brain damage - ir:ir-batch6-624649122:07:54 2015-08-30
Assessment of the face validity, construct validity, and etiological validity of a novel animal model of schizophrenia - ir:867444706:28:10 2015-08-27
Neuroscience & Medicine - ir:1161310912:02:44 2015-08-27
Effectiveness of PSD95 inhibitors in permanent and transient focal ischemia in the rat - ir:ir-batch12-17751016:53:57 2015-08-26
Ischemic lesions localized to the medial prefrontal cortex produce selective deficits in measures of executive function in rats - ir:132104016:48:51 2015-08-31
Neonatal domoic acid abolishes latent inhibition in male but not female rats and has differential interactions with social isolation - ir:896325115:35:21 2015-08-28
Neonatal exposure to low-dose domoic acid lowers seizure threshold in adult rats - ir:51445911:48:13 2015-08-31
Effects of low dose neonatal domoic acid administration on behavioural and physiological response to mild stress in adult rats - ir:33346700:21:55 2015-08-31
Detection of clinically relevant long-term functional deficits following transient MCAO in rats - ir:57941822:41:31 2015-08-28