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Philip Browning

TitleASSISTANT PROFESSOR (PENDING)
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentNeuroscience
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    1. O'Reilly JX, Croxson PL, Jbabdi S, Sallet J, Noonan MP, Mars RB, Browning PG, Wilson CR, Mitchell AS, Miller KL, Rushworth MF, Baxter MG. Causal effect of disconnection lesions on interhemispheric functional connectivity in rhesus monkeys. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Aug 20; 110(34):13982-7.
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    2. Browning PG, Baxter MG, Gaffan D. Prefrontal-temporal disconnection impairs recognition memory but not familiarity discrimination. J Neurosci. 2013 Jun 5; 33(23):9667-74.
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    3. Croxson PL, Browning PG, Gaffan D, Baxter MG. Acetylcholine facilitates recovery of episodic memory after brain damage. J Neurosci. 2012 Oct 3; 32(40):13787-95.
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    4. Wilson CR, Gaffan D, Browning PG, Baxter MG. Functional localization within the prefrontal cortex: missing the forest for the trees? Trends Neurosci. 2010 Dec; 33(12):533-40.
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    5. Buckley MJ, Mansouri FA, Hoda H, Mahboubi M, Browning PG, Kwok SC, Phillips A, Tanaka K. Dissociable components of rule-guided behavior depend on distinct medial and prefrontal regions. Science. 2009 Jul 3; 325(5936):52-8.
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    6. Browning PG, Gaffan D, Croxson PL, Baxter MG. Severe scene learning impairment, but intact recognition memory, after cholinergic depletion of inferotemporal cortex followed by fornix transection. Cereb Cortex. 2010 Feb; 20(2):282-93.
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    7. Mitchell AS, Browning PG, Wilson CR, Baxter MG, Gaffan D. Dissociable roles for cortical and subcortical structures in memory retrieval and acquisition. J Neurosci. 2008 Aug 20; 28(34):8387-96.
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    8. Browning PG, Gaffan D. Global retrograde amnesia but selective anterograde amnesia after frontal-temporal disconnection in monkeys. Neuropsychologia. 2008 Aug; 46(10):2494-502.
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    9. Browning PG, Gaffan D. Prefrontal cortex function in the representation of temporally complex events. J Neurosci. 2008 Apr 9; 28(15):3934-40.
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    10. Browning PG, Gaffan D. Impairment in object-in-place scene learning after uncinate fascicle section in macaque monkeys. Behav Neurosci. 2008 Apr; 122(2):477-82.
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    11. Baxter MG, Browning PG, Mitchell AS. Perseverative interference with object-in-place scene learning in rhesus monkeys with bilateral ablation of ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. Learn Mem. 2008 Mar; 15(3):126-32.
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    12. Mitchell AS, Browning PG, Baxter MG. Neurotoxic lesions of the medial mediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus disrupt reinforcer devaluation effects in rhesus monkeys. J Neurosci. 2007 Oct 17; 27(42):11289-95.
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    13. Baxter MG, Browning PG. Two wrongs make a right: deficits in reversal learning after orbitofrontal damage are improved by amygdala ablation. Neuron. 2007 Apr 5; 54(1):1-3.
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    14. Browning PG, Easton A, Gaffan D. Frontal-temporal disconnection abolishes object discrimination learning set in macaque monkeys. Cereb Cortex. 2007 Apr; 17(4):859-64.
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    15. Browning PG, Easton A, Buckley MJ, Gaffan D. The role of prefrontal cortex in object-in-place learning in monkeys. Eur J Neurosci. 2005 Dec; 22(12):3281-91.
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    16. Charles DP, Browning PG, Gaffan D. Entorhinal cortex contributes to object-in-place scene memory. Eur J Neurosci. 2004 Dec; 20(11):3157-64.
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    17. Buckley MJ, Charles DP, Browning PG, Gaffan D. Learning and retrieval of concurrently presented spatial discrimination tasks: role of the fornix. Behav Neurosci. 2004 Feb; 118(1):138-49.
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