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Matthew Robson

Education/Credentials
  • Ph.D. : West Virginia University
  • B.S.: Canisius College

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Burke, Susan J; Batdorf, Heidi M; Burk, David H; Martin, Thomas M; Mendoza, Tamra; Stadler, Krisztian; Alami, Wateen; Karlstad, Michael D; Robson, Matthew J; Blakely, Randy D; Mynatt, Randall L; Collier, J Jason 2018. Pancreatic deletion of the interleukin-1 receptor disrupts whole body glucose homeostasis and promotes islet ?-cell de-differentiation. Molecular metabolism, ,

Robson, Matthew J; Quinlan, Meagan A; Margolis, Kara Gross; Gajewski-Kurdziel, Paula A; Veenstra-VanderWeele, Jeremy; Gershon, Michael D; Watterson, D Martin; Blakely, Randy D 2018. p38a MAPK signaling drives pharmacologically reversible brain and gastrointestinal phenotypes in the SERT Ala56 mouse. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ,

Robson, Matthew J; Quinlan, Meagan A; Blakely, Randy D 2017. Immune System Activation and Depression: Roles of Serotonin in the Central Nervous System and Periphery. ACS chemical neuroscience, 8 5, 932-942

Gengo, Fran; Westphal, Erica S; Rainka, Michelle M; Janda, Maria; Robson, Matthew J; Hourihane, J Maurice; Bates, Vernice 2016. Platelet response to increased aspirin dose in patients with persistent platelet aggregation while treated with aspirin 81?mg. Journal of clinical pharmacology, 56 4, 414-21

Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Turner, Ryan C; Logsdon, Aric F; Nguyen, Linda; Bailes, Julian E; Lee, John M; Robson, Matthew J; Omalu, Bennet I; Huber, Jason D; Rosen, Charles L 2016. Endoplasmic reticulum stress implicated in chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Journal of neurosurgery, 124 3, 687-702

Robson, Matthew J; Zhu, Chong-Bin; Quinlan, Meagan A; Botschner, David A; Baganz, Nicole L; Lindler, Kathryn M; Thome, Jason G; Hewlett, William A; Blakely, Randy D 2016. Generation and Characterization of Mice Expressing a Conditional Allele of the Interleukin-1 Receptor Type 1. PloS one, 11 3, e0150068

Turner, Ryan C; Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Robson, Matthew J; Lee, John M; Bailes, Julian E 2016. Alzheimer's disease and chronic traumatic encephalopathy: Distinct but possibly overlapping disease entities. Brain injury, 30 11, 1279-1292

Baganz, N L; Lindler, K M; Zhu, C B; Smith, J T; Robson, M J; Iwamoto, H; Deneris, E S; Hewlett, W A; Blakely, R D 2015. A requirement of serotonergic p38? mitogen-activated protein kinase for peripheral immune system activation of CNS serotonin uptake and serotonin-linked behaviors. Translational psychiatry, 5 , e671

Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Naser, Zachary J; Logsdon, Aric F; Turner, Ryan C; Smith, Kelly E; Robson, Matthew J; Bailes, Julian E; Lee, John M; Rosen, Charles L; Huber, Jason D 2015. Amelioration of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate-oxidase mediated stress reduces cell death after blast-induced traumatic brain injury. Translational research : the journal of laboratory and clinical medicine, 166 6, 509-528.e1

Nguyen, Linda; Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Mookerjee, Shona A; Cavendish, John Z; Robson, Matthew J; Scandinaro, Anna L; Matsumoto, Rae R 2015. Role of sigma-1 receptors in neurodegenerative diseases. Journal of pharmacological sciences, 127 1, 17-29

Turner, Ryan C; Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Logsdon, Aric F; Robson, Matthew J; Dashnaw, Matthew L; Huang, Jason H; Smith, Kelly E; Huber, Jason D; Rosen, Charles L; Petraglia, Anthony L 2015. The Quest to Model Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: A Multiple Model and Injury Paradigm Experience. Frontiers in neurology, 6 , 222

Turner, Ryan C; Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Logsdon, Aric F; Robson, Matthew J; Lee, John M; Bailes, Julian E; Dashnaw, Matthew L; Huber, Jason D; Petraglia, Anthony L; Rosen, Charles L 2015. Modeling Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: The Way Forward for Future Discovery. Frontiers in neurology, 6 , 223

Kaushal, Nidhi; Robson, Matthew J; Rosen, Abagail; McCurdy, Christopher R; Matsumoto, Rae R 2014. Neuroprotective targets through which 6-acetyl-3-(4-(4-(4-fluorophenyl)piperazin-1-yl)butyl)benzo[d]oxazol-2(3H)-one (SN79), a sigma receptor ligand, mitigates the effects of methamphetamine in vitro. European journal of pharmacology, 724 , 193-203

Logsdon, Aric Flint; Turner, Ryan Coddington; Lucke-Wold, Brandon Peter; Robson, Matthew James; Naser, Zachary James; Smith, Kelly Elizabeth; Matsumoto, Rae Reiko; Huber, Jason Delwyn; Rosen, Charles Lee 2014. Altering endoplasmic reticulum stress in a model of blast-induced traumatic brain injury controls cellular fate and ameliorates neuropsychiatric symptoms. Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, 8 , 421

Matsumoto, Rae R; Nguyen, Linda; Kaushal, Nidhi; Robson, Matthew J 2014. Sigma (?) receptors as potential therapeutic targets to mitigate psychostimulant effects. Advances in pharmacology (San Diego, Calif.), 69 , 323-86

Matsumoto, Rae R; Seminerio, Michael J; Turner, Ryan C; Robson, Matthew J; Nguyen, Linda; Miller, Diane B; O'Callaghan, James P 2014. Methamphetamine-induced toxicity: an updated review on issues related to hyperthermia. Pharmacology & therapeutics, 144 1, 28-40

Nguyen, Linda; Kaushal, Nidhi; Robson, Matthew J; Matsumoto, Rae R 2014. Sigma receptors as potential therapeutic targets for neuroprotection. European journal of pharmacology, 743 , 42-7

Nguyen, Linda; Robson, Matthew J; Healy, Jason R; Scandinaro, Anna L; Matsumoto, Rae R 2014. Involvement of sigma-1 receptors in the antidepressant-like effects of dextromethorphan. PloS one, 9 2, e89985

Robson, Matthew J; Turner, Ryan C; Naser, Zachary J; McCurdy, Christopher R; O'Callaghan, James P; Huber, Jason D; Matsumoto, Rae R 2014. SN79, a sigma receptor antagonist, attenuates methamphetamine-induced astrogliosis through a blockade of OSMR/gp130 signaling and STAT3 phosphorylation. Experimental neurology, 254 , 180-9

Kaushal, Nidhi; Seminerio, Michael J; Robson, Matthew J; McCurdy, Christopher R; Matsumoto, Rae R 2013. Pharmacological evaluation of SN79, a sigma (?) receptor ligand, against methamphetamine-induced neurotoxicity in vivo. European neuropsychopharmacology : the journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 23 8, 960-71

Robson, Matthew J; Seminerio, Michael J; McCurdy, Christopher R; Coop, Andrew; Matsumoto, Rae R 2013. ? Receptor antagonist attenuation of methamphetamine-induced neurotoxicity is correlated to body temperature modulation. Pharmacological reports : PR, 65 2, 343-9

Robson, Matthew J; Turner, Ryan C; Naser, Zachary J; McCurdy, Christopher R; Huber, Jason D; Matsumoto, Rae R 2013. SN79, a sigma receptor ligand, blocks methamphetamine-induced microglial activation and cytokine upregulation. Experimental neurology, 247 , 134-42

Turner, Ryan C; Naser, Zachary J; Logsdon, Aric F; DiPasquale, Kenneth H; Jackson, Garrett J; Robson, Matthew J; Gettens, Robert T T; Matsumoto, Rae R; Huber, Jason D; Rosen, Charles L 2013. Modeling clinically relevant blast parameters based on scaling principles produces functional & histological deficits in rats. Experimental neurology, 248 , 520-9

Kaushal, Nidhi; Elliott, Meenal; Robson, Matthew J; Iyer, Anand Krishnan V; Rojanasakul, Yon; Coop, Andrew; Matsumoto, Rae R 2012. AC927, a ? receptor ligand, blocks methamphetamine-induced release of dopamine and generation of reactive oxygen species in NG108-15 cells. Molecular pharmacology, 81 3, 299-308

Robson, Matthew J; Elliott, Meenal; Seminerio, Michael J; Matsumoto, Rae R 2012. Evaluation of sigma (?) receptors in the antidepressant-like effects of ketamine in vitro and in vivo. European neuropsychopharmacology : the journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 22 4, 308-17

Robson, Matthew J; Noorbakhsh, Bahar; Seminerio, Michael J; Matsumoto, Rae R 2012. Sigma-1 receptors: potential targets for the treatment of substance abuse. Current pharmaceutical design, 18 7, 902-19

Seminerio, Michael J; Robson, Matthew J; Abdelazeem, Ahmed H; Mesangeau, Christophe; Jamalapuram, Seshulatha; Avery, Bonnie A; McCurdy, Christopher R; Matsumoto, Rae R 2012. Synthesis and pharmacological characterization of a novel sigma receptor ligand with improved metabolic stability and antagonistic effects against methamphetamine. The AAPS journal, 14 1, 43-51

Seminerio, Michael J; Robson, Matthew J; McCurdy, Christopher R; Matsumoto, Rae R 2012. Sigma receptor antagonists attenuate acute methamphetamine-induced hyperthermia by a mechanism independent of IL-1? mRNA expression in the hypothalamus. European journal of pharmacology, 691 1-3, 103-9

Turner, Ryan C; Lucke-Wold, Brandon P; Robson, Matthew J; Omalu, Bennet I; Petraglia, Anthony L; Bailes, Julian E 2012. Repetitive traumatic brain injury and development of chronic traumatic encephalopathy: a potential role for biomarkers in diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment? Frontiers in neurology, 3 , 186

Xu, Yan-Tong; Robson, Matthew J; Szeszel-Fedorowicz, Wioletta; Patel, Divyen; Rooney, Robert; McCurdy, Christopher R; Matsumoto, Rae R 2012. CM156, a sigma receptor ligand, reverses cocaine-induced place conditioning and transcriptional responses in the brain. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior, 101 1, 174-80

Kaushal, Nidhi; Robson, Matthew J; Vinnakota, Harsha; Narayanan, Sanju; Avery, Bonnie A; McCurdy, Christopher R; Matsumoto, Rae R 2011. Synthesis and pharmacological evaluation of 6-acetyl-3-(4-(4-(4-fluorophenyl)piperazin-1-yl)butyl)benzo[d]oxazol-2(3H)-one (SN79), a cocaine antagonist, in rodents. The AAPS journal, 13 3, 336-46

Fishback, James A; Robson, Matthew J; Xu, Yan-Tong; Matsumoto, Rae R 2010. Sigma receptors: potential targets for a new class of antidepressant drug. Pharmacology & therapeutics, 127 3, 271-82

Gengo, Francis M; Rainka, Michelle; Robson, Matthew; Gengo, Michael F; Forrest, Alan; Hourihane, Maurice; Bates, Vernice 2008. Prevalence of platelet nonresponsiveness to aspirin in patients treated for secondary stroke prophylaxis and in patients with recurrent ischemic events. Journal of clinical pharmacology, 48 3, 335-43

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