Gipson, C.D., Bimonte-Nelson, H.A. (in press). Interactions between Reproductive Transitions during Aging and Addiction: Promoting Translational Crosstalk between Different Fields of Research. Behavioural Pharmacology. Impact Factor: 2.2.

Leyrer-Jackson, J.M., Pina, J.A., McCallum, J., Olive, M.F., Gipson, C.D. (2020). Direct administration of ifenprodil and citalopram into the nucleus accumbens inhibits cue-induced nicotine seeking and associated glutamatergic plasticity. Brain Structure and Function. Impact Factor: 3.62.

Leyrer-Jackson, J.M., Overby, P.F., Bull, A., Marusich, J.A., Gipson, C.D. (2020). Strain and sex matters: Differences in nicotine self-administration between outbred and recombinase-driver transgenic rat lines. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. PMID: 32297781. Impact Factor: 2.35.

Gipson, C.D., Dunn, K.E., Bull, A., Ulangkaya, H., Hossain, A. (2020). Establishing preclinical withdrawal syndrome symptomatology following heroin self-administration in male and female rats. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. PMID: 32297787.  Impact Factor: 2.35.

Leyrer-Jackson, J.M., Nagy, E.K., Hood, L.E., Newbern, J.M., Gipson, C.D., Olive, M.F. (2020). Ethanol has concentration-dependent effects on hypothalamic POMC neuronal excitability. Alcohol. PMID: 32304714. Impact Factor: 2.01.

Powell, G.L., Beckmann, J.S., Marusich, J.A., Gipson, C.D. (2020). Nicotine reduction does not alter essential value of nicotine or reduce cue-induced reinstatement of nicotine seeking. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. PMID: 32362438. Impact Factor: 3.32

Dunn, K.E., Huhn, A.S., Bergeria, C.L., Gipson, C.D., Weerts, E.M. (2019). Non-opioid neurotransmitter systems that contribute to opioid withdrawal syndrome: A review of preclinical and clinical evidence. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. pii: jpet.119.258004. doi: 10.1124/jpet.119.258004. Impact Factor: 3.87.

Namba, M.D., Kupchik, Y.M., Spencer, S.M., Garcia-Keller, C., Goenaga, J.G., Powell, J.L., Vicino, I.A., Hogue, I.B., Gipson, C.D. (2019). Accumbens Neuroimmune Signaling and Dysregulation of Astrocytic Glutamate Transport Underlie Conditioned Nicotine Seeking Behavior. Addiction Biology. e12797. doi: 10.1111/adb.1279. Impact Factor: 5.93.

Roberts-Wolfe, D.J., Heinsbroek, J.A., Spencer, S.M., Bobadilla, A.C., Smith, A.C.W., Gipson, C.D., Kalivas, P.W. (in press). Transient synaptic potentiation in nucleus accumbens shell during refraining from cocaine seeking. Addiction Biology. Impact Factor: 5.93.

Siemsen, B.M., Reichel, C.M., Leong, J.C., Garcia-Keller, C., Gipson, C.D., Spencer, S.M., McFaddin, J.A., Hooker, K.N., Kalivas, P.W., Scofield, M.D. (2019). Effects of methamphetamine self-administration and extinction on astrocyte structure and function in the nucleus accumbens core. Neuroscience, doi: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2019.03.040. PMID: 30926546. Impact Factor: 3.38

Powell, G.L., Namba, M.D., Cabrera-Brown, G., Neisewander, J.L., Marusich, J.A., Beckmann, J.S., Gipson, C.D. (in press). Analysis of economic demand for nicotine using an abbreviated behavioral economic protocol in rats. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Impact Factor: 3.32

Powell, G.L., Del Franco, A., Goenaga, J., Spencer, S., Schwartz, D., Stankeviciute, N., & Gipson, C.D. (2019). Effects of N-Acetylcysteine on accumbens synaptic plasticity and nicotine seeking. Physiological Reports.

Goenaga*, J., Powell*, G.L., Piña, J., Namba, M.D., Koebele, S., Prakapenka, A., McClure, E.A., Bimonte-Nelson, H.B., Gipson, C.D. (2019). N-Acetylcysteine inhibits cue-induced reinstatement of nicotine seeking in a sex-specific manner. Addiction Biology. Impact Factor: 5.93

Kleykamp, B.A., Gipson, C.D., Maynard, O.M., Treur, J.L., & Oliver, J.A. (2018). Rethinking the career landscape for nicotine and tobacco trainees and early career professionals. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. PMID: 29660013. Impact Factor: 3.81

Namba, M., Tomek, S.E., Olive, M.F., Beckmann, J.S., & Gipson, C.D. (2018). The winding road to relapse: Forging a new understanding of cue-induced reinstatement models and their associated neural mechanisms. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. PMID: 29479311. Impact Factor: 3.10