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Tracy A. Doucette

Degrees: 
  • BA (UPEI)
  • PhD (UPEI)
Position: 
Assistant Professor
Department: 
Biology
Faculty: 
Science
Phone: 
(902) 566-6055
Research Interests: 
  • Behavioural neuroscience
  • Impact of early environmental factors on brain development.
Citations: 
  1. Ryan, C.L., Doucette, T.A., Gill, D.A., Langdon, K.D., Liu, Y., Perry, M.A. and Tasker, R.A. (2006). An improved post-operative care protocol allows detection of long-term functional deficits following MCAo surgery in rats. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 154: 30-37.
  2. Tasker, R.A.R., Perry, M.A., Doucette, T.A. and Ryan, C.L. (2005). NMDA receptor involvement in the effects of low dose domoic acid in neonatal rats. Amino Acids 28: 193-196.
  3. Doucette, T.A., Bernard, P.B., Husum, H., Perry, M.A., Ryan, C.L., Tasker, R.A. (2004). Low doses of domoic acid during postnatal development produce permanent changes in rat behaviour and hippocampal morphology. Neurotox. Res. 6(7-8): 555-563.
  4. Doucette, T.A., Bernard, P.B., Yuill, P.C., Tasker, R.A., and Ryan, C.L. (2003) Non-NMDA glutamate receptor agonists alter neurobehavioural development in the rat. Neurotoxicol. Teratol 25(4): 473-479.
  5. Doucette, T.A., Strain, S.M., Allen, G.V. ,Ryan, C.L. and Tasker, R.A.R., (2000). Comparative behavioural toxicity of domoic acid and kainic acid in neonatal rats.