PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS

(*denotes undergraduate student)

Leung C.H., Goraya I.*, Kasa L.*, Schottler N.A., Grisham W. (2022). Measuring sex differences in the corpus callosum by undergraduates at a small and a large institution. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education. Submitted.

Swann J., Leung C.H. (2019). Psychopharmacology of sex steroids. Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-47829-6_634-1.

Donsante A., McEachin Z., Riley J., Leung C., Kanz L.*, O'Connor D., Boulis N. (2016). Intracerebroventricular delivery of self-complementary adeno-associated virus. Gene Therapy. 23(5):401-7.

C.A. Cornil, C.H. Leung, E.R. Pletcher*, K.C. Naranjo*, C.J. Saldanha. (2012). Synaptosomal aromatase is more rapidly inhibited by calcium dependent phosphorylations than microsomal aromatase in the zebra finch brain. Endocrinology, 153(6) 2562-7.

Leung C.H., Abebe D., Earp S.E., Goode C.T., Grozhik A.V.*, Mididoddi P.*, and Maney D.L. (2011). Neural Distribution of Vasotocin Receptor mRNA in Two Species of Songbird. Endocrinology. 152(12):4865-81.

Leung C.H., Kliem M.A., Heeke B*, Federici T., Boulis N.M. (2011). Assessment of hippocampal AAV gene delivery via frameless stereotaxis in a nonhuman primate. Functional and Stereotactic Neurosurgery, 89(5), 275-285.
Editor's Choice publication of Vol 89, No. 5, 2011.

Snyder BR, Gray SJ, Quach ET*, Huang JW*, Leung CH, Samulski RJ, Boulis NM, Federici T. (2011). Comparison of Adeno-Associated Viral Vector Serotypes for Spinal Cord and Motor Neuron Gene Delivery. Human Gene Therapy, 22(9), 1129-35.

Leung C.H., Goode C.T., Young L.J., and Maney D.L. (2009). Neural distribution of nonapeptide binding sites in two species of songbird. Journal of Comparative Neurology. 2009 Mar 10;513(2):197-208.

Adkins-Regan E. and Leung C.H. (2006). Sex steroids modulate changes in social and sexual preferences during juvenile development in zebra finches. Hormones and Behavior, 51, 772-778.

Adkins-Regan E. and Leung C.H. (2006). Hormonal and social modulation of cloacal muscle activity in female Japanese quail. Physiology & Behavior, 87, 82-7.

 

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

C.A. Cornil, Leung C.H., E.R. Pletcher*, K.C. Naranjo*, C.J. Saldanha. (2011). Synaptosomal aromatase is more rapidly inhibited by calcium dependent phosphorylations than microsomal aromatase in the zebra finch brain. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

Leung C.H., Kliem M.A., Heeke B*, Federici T., Boulis N.M. (2010). Assessment of hippocampal AAV gene delivery via frameless stereotaxis in a nonhuman primate. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Leung C.H., Goode C.T., Young L.J., and Maney D.L. (2009). Distribution of vasotocin receptor mRNA in two species of songbird. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, East Lansing, MI.

Leung C.H., Goode C.T., Young L.J., and Maney D.L. (2008). Putative vasotocin receptor distribution in two species of songbird. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Leung C.H., Goode, C.T., and Maney, D.L. (2006). Morph and sex differences in vasotocin receptor density in White-throated Sparrows. Neuroscience, Atlanta, Georgia.

Leung C.H., Goode, C.T., and Maney, D.L. (2006). Morph and sex differences in vasotocin receptor density in White-throated Sparrows. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Adkins-Regan, E. and Leung C.H. (2004) Hormonal, Social and Experiential Modulation of Cloacal Sphincter Muscle Activity in Male and Female Japanese Quail. Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, Lisbon, Portugal.

Adkins-Regan, E., MacKillop, E., and Leung C.H. (2003). Sexy beasts: How (and how well) do male quail achieve fertilization success? Biology of Spermatazoa, Castleton, UK.

 

AWARDS

P&L Minigrant, Widener University (Spring 2012)

Faculty Development Grant, Widener University (2012-2013)

Arts and Science Graduate Fellowship, Emory University (2004 - 2009)

Center for Behavioral Neuroscience Scholar (2004-2009)

TATTO Fellowship in Sustainability, Teaching, and Curriculum (2007)

H. Branch Howe Research Grant, Georgia Ornithological Society (2005)