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Eliana De Tomasi

Country of origin: Mexico Currently in: Mexico, Zapopan General field of specialization: Medical and Health Sciences incl Neurosciences
Academic Background

Degrees

2015 Doctorate Medical and Health Sciences incl Neurosciences
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities

Medical and Health Sciences incl Neurosciences

Food Behavior, addiction and Neuroscience


Publications resulting from Research: 


1. Juárez, J. and Barrios de Tomasi, E. (1999). Sex differences in alcohol drinking patterns during forced and voluntary consumption in rats. Alcohol, 19(1):15-22.

2. Juárez, J., Barrios De Tomasi, E. and Vázquez, C. (2000) Alcohol treatment during lactation produces an advance in the onset of puberty in female rats. Alcohol, 21:181-185.

3. Juárez, J., Barrios de Tomasi, E. And Virgen, M. (2002). Effects of estradiol treatment on voluntary and forced alcohol consumption in male rats. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 71:259-268.

4. Juárez, J., Vázquez-Cortés C. and Barrios De Tomasi, E. (2003). Etanol-induced advance in the onset of puberty is prevented by the GABAA antagonist bicuculline in female rats. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 64:802-808.

5. Juárez, J., Vázquez-Cortés C. and Barrios De Tomasi, E. (2005). Different stages in the temporal course of estrogen treatment produce opposite effects on voluntary alcohol consumption in male rats. Alcohol.36(1):55-61.

6. Barrios De Tomasi E and Juárez J (2007). Antagonistas opioides y consumo de alcohol. Neurología. 45:155-62

7. Juárez J and Barrios De Tomasi E. (2007). Alcohol consumption is enhanced after Naltrexone treatment. Alcoholism Clin Exp Res, 31:260-264.

8. Juárez J. and Barrios De Tomasi E. (2008) Naltrexone treatment produces dose-related effects on food and water intake but daily alcohol consumption is not affected. Nutritional Neuroscience, 11(4):183-92.

9. Barrios De Tomasi E and Juárez J. (2011) Differential effects of chronic naltrexone treatment on food intake patterns and body weight in rats depend on their food deprivation status. European Journal of Pharmacology, 650; 261–267.

10. Barrios-De Tomasi J, Barrios-De Tomasi E, Vergara-Galicia J. (2013) Impacto de la obesidad en la reproducción femenina. Rev Mex Cienc Farm, 44(3):8-18. ISSN:1870-0195.

11. Barrios De Tomasi, E and Juarez J (2014) Naltrexone treatment suppresses the overfeeding produced by food deprivation and decreases water intake, but alcohol consumption is not affected. Rev Mex Cienc Farm. 45(1): 41-50. ISSN: 1870-0195

12. Juárez, J y Barrios De Tomasi, E. (2014) Efecto del metilfenidato sobre el consumo de alimentos con diferente palatabilidad en ratas expuestas prenatalmente al alcohol. Revista Neuropsicología, Neuropsiquiatría y Neurociencias. 14(1):155-168. ISSN:0124-1265

13. Alvarado-Bañuelos, M., Barrios De Tomasi E., and Juárez, J. (2016). Changes in the incentive value of food after naltrexone treatment depend on a differential preference for a palatable food in male rats. Nutritional Neuroscience. 20(7): 416-423. ISSN: 1028-415X DOI:10.1080/1028415X.2016.1162389



Current profession

Current professional activities type: 
Teaching
Teacher of food behavior Neurochemistry and Neurophysiology Teacher of food microbiology

Workshop and Conference Attended

2018 San Diego, CA Neuroscience 2018
2019 London, UK . Global Conference on Addiction and Behavioral Health

Presentation given

2018
Effects of food maternal restriction on palatable food consumption of the offspring in preadolescence and adulthood in rats.
San Diego, CA
Event: Neuroscience 2018
2019
Opioid system and rewarding effects of alcohol consumption.
London, UK
Event: Global Conference on Addiction and Behavioral Health.
2017
Efectos de la restricción alimentaria maternal en el consume de alimento apetecible en ratas preadolescents y adultas
Monterrey, Nuevo León, México
Event: LX Congreso Nacional de Ciencias Fisiológicas

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