Lauren M DePoy, PhD
Education & Training
- DePoy LM, Becker-Krail DD, Zong W, Petersen K, Shah N, Brandon JH, Miguelino AM, Tseng GC, Logan RW & McClung CA. Circadian-dependent and sex-dependent increases in intravenous cocaine self-administration in Npas2 mutant mice, J Neurosci (2021), 41(5):1046-1058.
- DePoy LM*, Shapiro LP* & Gourley SL. Developmental 1-integrins are necessary for actin-consequence updating, Journal of Neuroscience (2019), 39(34):6644-6655.
- DePoy LM, Zimmermann KS, Marvar PJ & Gourley SL. Induction and reversal of adolescent cocaine-induced habits,Biological Psychiatry, (2017) 81(7):595-605.
Pitt Psychiatry News from the 2022 American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Annual Meeting
Many Pitt Psychiatry faculty and trainees traveled to Phoenix—or participated remotely—for the 2022 American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) annual meeting in early December! Below is Pitt Psychiatry news from the meeting: President’s Plenary Marta Peciña, MD, PhD (Associate Professor of Psychiatry), was selected as a President’s Plenary presenter, and discussed the latest work on endogenous opioid...
The 7th Annual Sleep & Circadian Science Research Day Presents the Latest in Sleep and Circadian Science Research
The annual Sleep & Circadian Science Research Day presents new research in the field to faculty, trainees, and students at the University of Pittsburgh and other local institutions. This year, Samer Hattar, PhD (Chief, Section on Light and Circadian Rhythms, National Institute of Mental Health), delivered the David J. Kupfer Keynote Presentation, “Retinal and Brain Circuits Underlying the Effects of Light on...
The Department of Psychiatry Welcomes Laurie Compère, PhD, and Lauren DePoy, PhD, to the Faculty
Pitt Psychiatry extends a warm welcome to two new faculty members: Laurie Compère, PhD (Research Instructor in Psychiatry) Dr. Compère earned her PhD in Psychology and completed two years of postdoctoral research training at Sorbonne University in Paris, France. In 2018, she joined the University of Pittsburgh as a postdoctoral scholar under the mentorship of Kymberly Young, PhD (Associate Professor of Psychiatry)...