Madaline Mocchi

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
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    1. Metzger BA, Kalva P, Mocchi MM, Cui B, Adkinson JA, Wang Z, Mathura R, Kanja K, Gavvala J, Krishnan V, Lin L, Maheshwari A, Shofty B, Magnotti JF, Willie JT, Sheth SA, Bijanki KR. Intracranial stimulation and EEG feature analysis reveal affective salience network specialization. Brain. 2023 10 03; 146(10):4366-4377. PMID: 37293814; PMCID: PMC10545499.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. Fan X, Mocchi M, Pascuzzi B, Xiao J, Metzger BA, Mathura RK, Hacker C, Adkinson JA, Bartoli E, Elhassa S, Watrous AJ, Zhang Y, Goodman W, Pouratian N, Bijanki KR. Brain mechanisms underlying the emotion processing bias in treatment-resistant depression. bioRxiv. 2023 Aug 28. PMID: 37693557; PMCID: PMC10491112.
    3. Kim S, Gacek SA, Mocchi MM, Redei EE. Sex-Specific Behavioral Response to Early Adolescent Stress in the Genetically More Stress-Reactive Wistar Kyoto More Immobile, and Its Nearly Isogenic Wistar Kyoto Less Immobile Control Strain. Front Behav Neurosci. 2021; 15:779036. PMID: 34970127; PMCID: PMC8713037.
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    4. Schaack AK, Mocchi M, Przybyl KJ, Redei EE. Immediate stress alters social and object interaction and recognition memory in nearly isogenic rat strains with differing stress reactivity. Stress. 2021 11; 24(6):911-919. PMID: 34374625.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Animals
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