Gunduz-Cinar O, Brockway E, Lederle L, Wilcox T, Halladay LR, Ding Y, Oh H, Busch E, Kaugars K, Flynn S, Limoges A, Bukalo O, MacPherson K, Masneuf S, Pinard C, Sibille E, Chesler E, Holmes A (2018) Identification of a novel gene regulating amygdala-mediated fear extinction. Molecular Psychiatry.
Halladay LR, Kocharian A, Holmes A (2017) Mouse strain differences in punished ethanol self-administration.
Marcinkiewcz CA, Mazzone CM, D’Agostino GD, Halladay LR, Hardaway A, DiBerto JF, Navarro M, Burnham N, Cristiano C, Dorrier CE, Tipton G, Ramakrishnan C, Kozicz T, Deisseroth K, Thiele T, McElligott ZA, Holmes A, Heisler LK, Kash TL (2016) Serotonin engages an anxiety and fear-promoting circuit in the extended amygdala. Nature 537:97-101.
Knoll A, Halladay LR, Holmes A, Levitt P (2016). Quantitative trait loci and a novel genetic candidate for fear learning. Journal of Neuroscience 36:6258-68.
Gamble-George J, Baldi R, Halladay L, Money K, Kocharian A, DeSilva C, Roberts H, Haymer A, Marnett LJ, Mirnics K, Holmes A, Patel S (2016). Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibition reduces stress-induced affective pathology. eLife 5:e14137.
Halladay LR, Blair HT (2016). Prefrontal infralimbic cortex mediates competition between excitation and inhibition of body movements during pavlovian fear conditioning. Journal of Neuroscience Research (ePub ahead of print).
Hartley N, Gunduz-Cinar O, Halladay L, Bukalo O, Holmes A, Patel S (2016). 2-Arachidonoylglycerol signaling impairs short-term fear extinction. Translational Psychiatry 6:e749.
Runco MA, Acar S, Kaufman JC, Halladay LR (2016). Changes in Reputation and Associations with Fame and Biographical data. Journal of Genius and Eminence 1:52-60.
Halladay LR, Blair HT (2015). Distinct ensembles of medial prefrontal cortex neurons are activated by threatening stimuli that elicit excitation versus inhibition of movement. Journal of Neurophysiology 114:793-807.
Kiselycznyk C, Jury NJ, Halladay LR, Nakazawa K, Mishina M, Sprengel R, Grant SG, Svenningsson P, Holmes A (2015). NMDA receptor subunits and associated signaling molecules mediating the antidepressant-related effects of NMDA-GluN2B antagonism. Behavioral Brain Research 287:89-95.
Halladay LR, Blair HT (2012). The role of mu-opioid receptor signaling in the dorsolateral periaqueductal gray on conditional and unconditional responding to threatening and aversive stimuli. Neuroscience 216:82-93.
Halladay LR, Zelikowsky M, Blair HT, Fanselow MS (2012). Reinstatement of extinguished fear by an unextinguished conditional stimulus. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 6:18.
Tarpley JW, Shlifer IG, Halladay LR, Blair HT (2010). Conditioned turning behavior: A Pavlovian fear response expressed during the post-encounter period following aversive stimulation. Neuroscience 169:1689-704.
Runco MA, Kaufman JC, Halladay LR, Cole JC (2010). Change in reputation as an index of genius and eminence. Historical Methods 43:91-96.
Tarpley JW, Shlifer IG, Birnbaum MS, Halladay LR, Blair HT (2009). Bilateral phosphorlyation of ERK in the lateral and centrolateral amygdala during unilateral storage of fear memories. Neuroscience 164:908-17.
Halladay LR, Iñiguez SD, Furqan F, Previte M, Chisum AM, Crawford CA (2009). Methylphenidate potentiates morphine-induced antinociception, hyperthermia, and locomotor activity in young adult rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior 92:190-6.
Charntikov S, Halladay LR, Herbert MS, Marquez EM, McDougall SA (2008). Effects of dorsal striatal infusions of R(-)-propylnorapomorphine (NPA) on k-opioid-mediated locomotor activity in the young rat: possible role of the indirect pathway. Neuroscience 155:603-12.
McDougall SA, Baella SA, Stuebner NM, Halladay LR, Crawford CA (2007). Cocaine-induced behavioral sensitization in preweanling and adult rats: effects of a single drug-environment pairing. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 193:323-32.
LINDSAY HALLADAY, PhD
Lindsay earned her B.A. in Biopsychology from Cal State San Bernardino, where she first started working with neural circuits in the developing basal ganglia. She earned her Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience from UCLA while working in Tad Blair's lab. Her graduate work investigated the role of neural circuitry underlying defensive action selection. Lindsay then spent four years in metro DC working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Andrew Holmes's lab at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholsim. Her primary research there examined neural circuitry underlying compulsive alcohol-seeking. Lindsay joined the Psychology Department at Santa Clara Univeristy in the fall of 2017 as an Assistant Professor in Neuroscience. Broadly speaking, the Halladay lab investigates the neural intersection between reward and aversion. Current research projects aim to identify specific neural circuits mediating allostatic mechanisms related to stress- and/or alcohol-induced behaviors.
Interview with Lindsay Halladay on her research during her Postdoctoral Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health
Malia Belnap Max Bjorni
(DeNardo Science Scholar)
Hannah Henderson Gigi Etem Tasneem Sadok
Randi Emmons, B.S. Alex Quan Elissa Yang
Natalie Rovero Patrick Brebner, B.S.