Julia E. Jagielo-Miller

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  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Psychology
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
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Research Interests:

2019 M.S., University of Kentucky, Department of Psychology

2016 B.S., Univeristy of Edinboro, Department of Psychology

2016 B.S., Univeristy of Edinboro, Department of Biology


My past research interests have focused on the effects of CB1 receptor antagonists in various behavioral paradigms, with a focus on impulsivity and memory, in vivo.  My current research is focused on modeling traumatic brain injury (TBI) in vitro in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures.  In particular I am interested in the effect of alcohol intoxication and withdrawal on the the cellular pathways of secondary injury mechanisms triggered following TBIs.



PubMed Publications*: 
  • Groft, ML ;Normann, MC ;Nicklas, PR ;Jagielo-Miller, JE ;McLaughlin, PJ "Biphasic effects of 5-HT<sub>1A</sub> agonism on impulsive responding are dissociable from effects on anxiety in the variable consecutive number task." Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 392, 11 (2019): 1455-1464. Details. Full text
  • McLaughlin, PJ ;Jagielo-Miller, JE ;Plyler, ES ;Schutte, KK ;Vemuri, VK ;Makriyannis, A "Differential effects of cannabinoid CB1 inverse agonists and antagonists on impulsivity in male Sprague Dawley rats: identification of a possibly clinically relevant vulnerability involving the serotonin 5HT<sub>1A</sub> receptor." Psychopharmacology 234, 6 (2017): 1029-1043. Details. Full text
  • Thompson, EE ;Jagielo-Miller, JE ;Vemuri, VK ;Makriyannis, A ;McLaughlin, PJ "CB1 antagonism produces behaviors more consistent with satiety than reduced reward value in food-maintained responding in rats." Journal of psychopharmacology (Oxford, England) 30, 5 (2016): 482-91. Details. Full text
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