publications

Wolen, A. R. and Miles, M. F. Identifying gene networks underlying the neurobiology of ethanol and alcoholism. Alcohol Research: Current Reviews, 34(3):306, 2012. (PDF)

Wolen, A. R., Phillips, C. A., Langston, M. A., Putman, A. H., Vorster, P. J., Bruce, N. A., York, T. P., Williams, R. W., and Miles, M. F. Genetic dissection of acute ethanol responsive gene networks in prefrontal cortex: functional and mechanistic implications. PLoS One, 7(4):e33575, 2012. (PDF) (DOI)

Costin, B. N., Wolen, A. R., Fitting, S., Shelton, K. L., and Miles, M. F. Role of adrenal glucocorticoid signaling in prefrontal cortex gene expression and acute behavioral responses to ethanol. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research, Jun 2012. (PDF) (DOI)

Scian, M. J., Maluf, D. G., David, K. G., Archer, K. J., Suh, J. L., Wolen, A. R., Mba, M. U., Massey, H. D., King, A. L., Gehr, T., Cotterell, A., Posner, M., and Mas, V. MicroRNA profiles in allograft tissues and paired urines associate with chronic allograft dysfunction with IF/TA. American Journal of Transplantation, 11(10):2110–22, Oct 2011. (PDF) (DOI)

Farris, S. P., Wolen, A. R., and Miles, M. F. Using expression genetics to study the neurobiology of ethanol and alcoholism. In Reilly, M. T. and Lovinger, D. M., editors, Functional plasticity and genetic variation: Insights into the neurobiology of alcoholism, volume 91 of International Review of Neurobiology, pages 95–128. Academic Press, 2010. (DOI)

Barker, S. B. and Wolen, A. R. The benefits of human-companion animal interaction: a review. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 35(4):487–95, 2008. (DOI)

thesis

Wolen, A.R. Genetic dissection of behavioral and neurogenomic responses to acute ethanol. Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Medicine. Richmond, VA. 2012.